Submitted Article Like gardening, but don’t like all the hard work associated with it? This may be just for you.  If you are like me, I like to put a garden in every year. However, as my mind wrestles with tilling the soil; all the weeding, and watering, and tendingContinue Reading

Puffy cumulus clouds floated over the Susquehanna River valley and Azilum peninsula in Bradford County on Wednesday. Similar weather will prevail today with slightly higher temperatures in the low 80s. Photos by Rick Hiduk After a few fair weather days and refreshingly cool evenings, humidity will return to the EndlessContinue Reading

Friends of Salt Springs State Park president Tom Stoll (top, with clipboard) gestures to the Williams Company Pavilion as he provides details about a solar energy system installed last summer. Jim Belmont (above, right) of Lakeside and his brother Joe from Florida, check out the interpretive panel at Salt SpringsContinue Reading

To prevent astronomical bills for patients who were transported by air ambulances, Rep. Tina Pickett (Bradford/Sullivan/Susquehanna) worked with her colleagues during 2018-19 state budget negotiations to ensure an increase in mileage and Medicaid reimbursement rates for air ambulance services. “Over the past couple of years, several local residents who haveContinue Reading

The Endless Mountains Downriver Canoe/Kayak Race will take place again on Sunday, July 22. Regarded as one of the oldest marathon canoe races in the northeastern United States, the 12-mile paddle from Mehoopany to Tunkhannock offers a chance for novices to compete with experts from across the country who lookContinue Reading