Rep. Karen Boback (Lackawanna/Luzerne/Wyoming) has been appointed by Gov. Tom Wolf to serve a second two-year term on the Pennsylvanian Commission for Women. She will be sworn in during the commission’s next quarterly meeting at the Governor’s Residence on Oct. 16. “It is truly an honor to be chosen byContinue Reading

Donna and Mo (top) enjoy some quiet moments by the pond in Susquehanna County. Above, Goofus, the tabby who “found” the Hills, snuggles up to a copy of “The Heart of Applebutter Hill.” By Rick Hiduk (Also published in Living Susquehanna/Wyoming County Magazine) Living in the Endless Mountains has broughtContinue Reading

Celebrating the opportunity to hunt together between holidays with muzzleloaders in Asylum Township are (top, kneeling, from left) Paul Kriescher, Kip Crandall, Chris Crandall, Kelly Devine, Steve Evans, (standing) Mark Madden, Mark Sweppenhesier, Jeff Smith, Frank Madden, Rob Sweppenhesier, Frank Crandall, Derk Kriescher, Jim Latini, and Dale Berry. A cherishedContinue Reading

Flanking a modern marker depicting the grave site of Overfield Cemetery’s oldest known inhabitant, Capt. Prince Alden, are Board of Trustees members (above, from left) Wayne Sherwood, Gail James, and Ben Cole. Photos and story by Rick Hiduk (Also published in Living Susquehanna/Wyoming County Magazine) Above the railroad tracks alongContinue Reading

Submitted Article September is Pennsylvania Craft Beer Month, and the Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau is spreading the word to “Pursue Your Hoppiness”. The “Pursue Your Hoppiness” slogan and logo is a statewide initiative designed to bring attention to the growing popularity of the craft beer industry, as well as toContinue Reading

Participants in an Energize PA presentation conducted on the June 14 at Gibson included (from left) Rep. Jonathan Fritz, Susquehanna County commissioners Alan Hall and Betsy Arnold, Curt Coccodrilli of USDA, Rep. Mike Turzai (at podium), Rep. Tina Pickett, Sen. Lisa Baker, Rep. Aaron Kauffer, Rep. Josh Kail, and ProgressContinue Reading

Helping Vikki Vannan (back left) and Audrey Carrington of the Bradford-Wyoming County Literacy Program mark National Adult Literacy Week in Wyoming County are (seated, from left) Wyoming County commissioners Judy Mead, Tom Henry, and Mike Stabinsky. Photo and story by Rick Hiduk (exclusive to readers) Bradford-Wyoming County Literacy ProgramContinue Reading