Nighttime CDL students Katrina Capwell (top, left) of Montrose and John Phillips of New Milford take a break outside “Blue Pete” at the CDL Training Center at the Susquehanna County Career & Technology Center. At 20 years, daytime student Evan Turner (above) of Tunkhannock is the youngest of the firstContinue Reading

Youth equestrians like Sophia Riscavage (above, left) of Meshoppen and Raelyn Jennings of Laceyville filled the arena at the Wyoming County Fairgrounds (top) during a recent EMRC event. (Photos by Emily Hare and Jacqui Hunter) Courtesy Endless Mountains Media Services The Endless Mountains Riding Club (EMRC) will host a Children’sContinue Reading

Submitted Article The South Creek Lions will host a take out dinner on Saturday, Sept.12 at 3:30 pm. The menu includes Roast Beef & Turkey, Real Mashed Potatoes, Vegetable, Baked Beans, Fresh Baked Bread and dessert. The cost is $12 per person. This is a TAKE OUT DINNER. Please observeContinue Reading

By Rick Hiduk (Exclusive to readers) The Wyoming County Commissioners moved steadily through an ambitious agenda on Aug. 20, with chairman Rick Wilbur addressing the fractured audience from home. In addition to reporters, participants included sheriff Bob Roberts and director of elections Flo Kellett on site and Rep. KarenContinue Reading

Present at a meeting of the Wyoming County Prison Board on Aug. 20 were (clockwise from right) chief clerk Bill Gaylord, district attorney Jeff Mitchell, president judge Russell Shurtleff, sheriff Bob Roberts, solicitor Paul Litwin III, commissioners Tom Henry and Ernie King and commissioner Rick Wilbur via phone. Story andContinue Reading

Submitted Article During the recent CCAP annual meeting, held virtually this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the membership elected its new slate of officers to serve the association in 2021. Bradford County Commissioner Daryl Miller was elected as 1st Vice President. “I am humbled and honored to be chosenContinue Reading

The 195-year-old Dennis Farmhouse, seen here underneath a temporary pole barn structure, will be renovated, restored and repurposed as a museum site that tells the unique story of the Perkins-Dennis family, free African Americans who settled the farm in Brooklyn Township, PA when George Washington was President. Edited from SubmittedContinue Reading

Submitted Article Seeking to aid those affected by COVID-19, Rep. Jonathan Fritz (Susquehanna/Wayne) announced that multiple housing authorities and programs were awarded $1,620,000 through the Pennsylvania Housing Affordability and Rehabilitation Enhancement (PHARE) funding program. “So many people in our communities have really fallen on hard times due to the pandemic, especially low-incomeContinue Reading