By Rick Hiduk (Exclusive to EndlessMtnLifestyles.com readers) Though not part of the regular agenda for their Jan. 14 public meeting, the Bradford County commissioners and county planning and safety director provided as much information as possible about where the county stands with COVID-19 testing, vaccinations and prevention. Rapidly changing protocol
By Rick Hiduk (Exclusive to EndlessMtnLifestyles.com readers) A male prisoner at the Bradford County Correctional Facility in Burlington has tested positive for coronavirus, though he has not been outside the facility recently. According to warden Don Stewart (above), the man was tested after exhibiting symptoms and found to be positive.
Bradford County Manor implemented preventative measures including restricting visitation, staff health screenings and the use of Personal Protective Equipment before the first case was identified. Upon confirmation of the first positive test, Bradford County Manor provided notification to all residents, resident responsible party, staff and medical staff. A verbal report
Holding a new road sign to mark their Outstanding Low Volume Road Project are (above, from left) are Warren Township supervisor Mark Wheaton and William Franklin, road foreman Joe Vrabel, supervisor Fred Wheaton (Supervisor), contractor Dan Abell. Submitted Article Each year the Bradford County Conservation District (BCCD) recognizes a Dirt,
Josh McGroarty (top, left) and Dave Nolt stand in what remained in July of the interior of the former Mountainhouse. Much of the wood and many artifacts from the former establishment will be incorporated into the final design of the new facility scheduled to open this fall. The property at
Submitted Article and Photos The Bradford County Library presents David Beers (above) discussing his book “Reign of Injustice: The Cal Harris Story” on Monday, Aug. 3, at 6 pm. This event will be available through Zoom only. Please call 570-297-2436 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register for this event. The Library will
Submitted Article and Photos Northern Tier Partners for the Arts, a partnership between Bradford County Regional Arts Council and the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, has installed 30 signs to inspire hope and provide encouragement to essential workers at medical centers throughout our communities. Inspired by a project at Penn
Submitted Article Along with many local businesses and organizations, the Bradford County Regional Arts Council and its historic movie theaters in Canton, Sayre and Towanda, closed up shop and went home on March 18 to wait out the global pandemic. What initially was announced as a two-week closure turned into more