Participants in the June 23 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. Photos and story by Rick Hiduk (Exclusive to EndlessMtnLifestyles,com readers) At the start of Tuesday’s regular public meeting of
Marilyn Race (above, center) has participated with her fellow Master Gardeners many times at Susquehanna County Ag Day. Submitted Article Susquehanna County Master Gardener Marilyn Race has a long rich history with Penn State Extension. Marilyn has been a Penn State Extension Master Gardener since 2003. She began her involvement/volunteering
Submitted Article Patron-favorites ScienceTellers return to the Library System of Bradford County in week two of Summer Reading 2020: Fantasy Faire, available exclusively online. They will perform via Zoom Tuesday, June 23 and Thursday, June 25 at 10 am and 1 pm. LSBC has worked with this innovative troupe for
William B. Payne wearing the Civil War uniform of his father Sgt. Ralph Payne, 41st Regiment, United States Colored Troops, who served in the Appomattox Campaign, was present at the Confederate surrender, and was among the troops who carried news of freedom to enslaved African Americans in Texas, in June 1865.
Submitted Article Municipalities in Bradford, Sullivan and Susquehanna counties within the 110th Legislative District will share more than $21.2 million in impact fee revenue derived from the natural gas industry during 2019, Rep. Tina Pickett (Bradford/Sullivan/Susquehanna) announced today. The following impact fee revenue amounts were reported by the Public Utility Commission
SCCTC executive director Alice Davis and superintendent Ken Cuomo greet graduates Austin and Aubre-Anna Sanko from the right side of their vehicle (above), while para-educator Kathy Filer and carpentry instructor Bruce Castelli meet them from the left during the June 16 drive-through graduation event. Below, Austin Woollett, a culinary arts student
Seven Loaves Food Kitchen board member Crystal Posten (left) recently accepted a $5,000 donation from Williams Companies, delivered by Tammy Bonnice of Williams. From the moment the coronavirus-related shutdowns and stay-at-home directives began in March, Williams Companies pledged $1-million in relief to nonprofit organizations in states where the company operates.
Submitted Article On June 6, Bradford County moved out of the Yellow Phase and into the new Green Phase. Businesses were allowed to reopen, some with few restrictive guidelines and others with more. Movie theaters were given the go-ahead as well. So, where are the movie theaters in Bradford County,
Submitted Article The Troy Area Horseman’s Association has scheduled the second pointed gaming show of the 2020 show season. Events will include barrels, poles, keyhole, dash for cash and a mystery. Registration begins at 10 am on Saturday, June 27, with leadline at 11 am and the regular show at