Museums, arts councils, historical societies, trail and way-finding organizations, and the boards of annual fairs, festivals, and special one-time events in the Endless Mountains region have benefited since 2004 from nearly $1 million in Room Tax Grants. The Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau (EMVB) has announced that applications for 2015 are
The 2014 growing season is in full swing, and local agricultural producers are bringing a bounty of fresh vegetables, fruits and handmade crafts to a farmers market near you. Members of Northern Tier Buy Fresh Buy Local (NTBFBL) are anxious to get the word out about the many locations where
(Tunkhannock) Kintner Modular Homes, Inc. (KMHI), a full-service modular home builder established in 1972 by Fred Kintner, is pleased to announce the appointment of Joshua Kintner to Vice President of General Operations as of May 13. Joshua Kintner, who represents the third generation of the Kintner family, will be transitioning
Legislation to give natural gas lease holders in Pennsylvania greater information with respect to their well production has been approved by the House and sent to the state Senate for consideration, according to a press release from Rep. Tina Pickett’s office. Pickett was the author of the proposal. The measure,
Photos and story by Rick Hiduk Wyoming County Commissioners (from left) Judy Mead, Tom Henry, and Ron Williams discussed a variety of topics in a relatively short meeting on July 1. Among them were a new transportation deal for senior citizens and the county’s lease with Shadowbrook Resort for the
The Bradford County Regional Arts Council (BCRAC) is pleased to announce the winners of the 2014 Arts Excellence Awards: • Sydney Hill, Athens Area High School • Alexandria Ayrton, Canton Jr./Sr. High School • Julie Cooper, Northeast Bradford High School • Kaitlyn Victor, Sayre Area High School • Ean Ammerman,
Photo and story by Rick Hiduk Wyoming County Commissioners (from left) Ron Williams, Judy Mead, and Tom Henry and Sheriff Ned Sherman display the new van that has already been used to transport prisoners. Despite the persistent optimism of both Warden Ken Repsher and the Wyoming County Commissioners at monthly Prison
Clifford Township Historical Society associates welcomed board members from Endless Mountain Heritage Region to Susquehanna County on June 18. Among those celebrating the successful partnership between the two agencies were (from left) CTHS members Linda Parlanti, Shirley Granger, and Ruth Knighton; Debra Velunas (representing Rep. Sandra Major); Tom Yoniski (representing Sen.