The adult children of Esther Pipher, (above, from left) Sally Allis, George Nesbit, Sue Wheeler, and Doris Brown, sat down over coffee at Pipher’s Bar on a morning in October 2015 and reminisced about growing up at the Wysox Motel and Pipher’s Trailer Park on the opposite corner of the
Photo by Rick Hiduk Meshoppen Men’s Club members (from left) Jim Luce, Ed Miller, Herb Smith, Bruce Overfield, and Red Gruver prepare on Wednesday afternoon to raise the first reindeer into place for the holiday season along Route 267 between the post office and borough offices.
Photos and mural below by Karen Black For the second time in three years, a waterway in the Endless Mountains Heritage Region (EMHR) has been nominated for Pennsylvania’s “River of the Year.” In 2016, EMHR and the Susquehanna Greenway Partnership (SGP) successfully petitioned area residents to cast enough online votes
Submitted Article Rep. Karen Boback (Lackawanna/Luzerne/Wyoming) announced her outreach hours for December. Representatives from several different organizations will offer assistance at her district offices throughout the month. Please note: Offices will be closed on Monday, Dec. 25, for Christmas. The Mobile Vet Center will be in the Ace Hardware-Brady and
Displaying a prototype of a Susquehanna County Heritage Attractions sign that will be installed in Montrose in the spring are (top, from left) Susquehanna County Free Library director Susan Stone, Susquehanna County Historical Society Museum curator Betty Smith, Montrose Borough Council member Craig Reimel, Montrose Restoration Committee representative Brian Leone,
The rays of the setting sun are fainter every day as the Winter Solstice approaches, as seen from Nimble Road in Mehoopany, looking east across the river toward Procter & Gamble (top) with the Pizza Barn (above) on the right. Photos by Rick Hiduk Those looking for some snow will
Submitted Article The hugely successful “Journey to Bethlehem” will be presented again for Christmas 2017. Sponsored by the Tunkhannock United Methodist Church as a free gift to the community, the event will take place on both Friday, Dec. 8 and Saturday, Dec. 9, between 6 and 9 pm both nights.
Submitted Information and Photos The Dushore Business Association will conduct “Christmas in Dushore” on Saturday, Dec. 9. The family-friendly event encourages all businesses and non-profit organizations in one of Sullivan County’s most iconic towns to festoon to the hilt to put everyone in the holiday spirit. Activities will include Breakfast
Google Maps Story by Rick Hiduk (as published in the Rocket-Courier) UGI’s plans to bring natural gas to the Tunkhannock area will benefit the county as a whole, says Gina Suydam, president of the Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce. Suydam traveled to Harrisburg last week with Don Brominski and Alisa
Jimmy Sheridan (top, far left) of William’s was one of two guides who took Leadership Wyoming team members (continuing from left) Ben Zeidner, Rick Hiduk, Brad Georgetti, Kimberly DeLeo, Mike Gomez, Justin Kostelanski, Kelly Langan, Alisa Shaffer, Bonnie Nemergut, Phillip McKeon, Diana Petlock, and Matt Swartwood on a tour of