Participants in the Feb. 11 meeting of the Wyoming County Commissioners included (from left) solicitor Paul Litwin III, commissioners Tom Henry, Rick Wilbur, and Ernie King and chief clerk Bill Gaylord. Photo and story by Rick Hiduk (Exclusive to Endlessmtnlifestyles.com readers) Wyoming County Commissioner chair Rick Wilbur said he and
Milkshakes made from 100% real whole milk have become a Pennsylvania Farm Show tradition since they were introduced in 1955. On March 6, the iconic frosty state treat that has become part of the kick off for Farm Day will be available at no cost at Susquehanna County Ag Day.
Those who toured the new CDL training facility at Susquehanna County Career & Technology Center recently included (above, from left) Rep. Tina Pickett, Bill desRosiers of Cabot, Elk Lake School District superintendent Ken Cuomo, U.S. Rep. Fred Keller, SCCTC executive director Alice Davis, and Rep. Jonathan Fritz. At top, Sue
U.S. Census Bureau recruiting assistant (standing, from left) Mark Robinson and regional technicians Dawn Cooper and Leslie Wright have been training census recruiters at the Stoll Center in Wysox, including (seated, from left) Brian Beauchemin of Lake Winola, Mary Hokkanen of Dushore and Jeffrey Dann of Sayre. Hokkanen is holding
Photos and story by Rick Hiduk (Exclusive to EndlessMtnLifestyles.com readers) More than 50 people attended the first of two public meetings concerning the details of the PA Route 6 Façade program, which was held at the Dietrich Theater in Tunkhannock on Monday evening. PA Route 6 Alliance acting director Candace
Lunch in the Elk Lake High School cafeteria is a social highlight for many of those attending or participating in Susquehanna County Ag Day each year. For the second year in a row, Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation will cover the cost of the meal. Photos by Rick Hiduk Susquehanna
Submitted Article The AARP Foundation in cooperation with the Wyoming County Active Adult Center will provide free tax preparation and e-filing of Federal and State Income Taxes as well as Property Tax/Rent Rebate for area residents on Friday, March 27 by appointment only. This service is available to all taxpayers
Participants at the final 2019 meeting of the Endless Mountains Heritage Region board included (clockwise, from front left) Brian Lione, Liz Ratchford, Jean Ruhf, Christine Dettore, Erica Rogler, Jackie Rouse, Dave Hindman, Vanessa Billings-Seiler, David Palmer, Chris Brown, Cain Chamberlin, Matt Williams, Lynnelle Farber, Kevin Abrams, and (not pictured) Barbara
The PA Farm Show competition among dairy goats was stiff for 4-H participants across the state including, Hannah Foster (top, far right) and Geo Swartley (second from right), both members of the Borderline Community 4-H Club of Friendsville. Hannah Foster’s doe Dapples (above) took first in the 2-to-3-year old class.
Robert Tagert EFF volunteer (above, left) and EFF board member Sylvia Tagert accept a donation from Scranton Area Community Foundation president & CEO Laura Ducceschi (second from left) who is also the administrator of the Robert H. Spitz Foundation. Submitted Article Equines For Freedom is pleased to announce it has