LeRoy Heritage Museum announces its 2014 Civil War Encampment to be held on Saturday, May 31, at the community grounds on Mill Street in LeRoy, Bradford County. The family-friendly event will include popular demonstrations from last year plus new demonstrations and a presentation by Civil War historian and author, KurtContinue Reading

The Sugar Runners, comprised of (from left) David Buck, Chris Turrell, Lydia Whipple, and Megan Hatley braved the drizzly weather of April 26 to pull this trash up from the banks of the Susquehanna River as part of a larger Great American Cleanup of PA event. Endless Mountains Heritage RegionContinue Reading

Photos and Story by Rick Hiduk It might have been beginners luck, but six-year-old Jack Russell of Little Meadows in Susquehanna County (above, left) was the only angler to have landed a trout by midmorning at the junction of Mehoopany Creek and North Fork at Forkston Four Corners on AprilContinue Reading

Photos and Story by Rick Hiduk Susquehanna County Dairy Princess and Elk Lake High School junior Merecedes Spickerman (left) and PA State Dairy Princess Lu-Anne Antisdel from West Warren, Bradford County, were among the dairy royalty who offered milk, cheese, and ice cream to guests at the newly combined AgContinue Reading

Bradford County Makes the Decision to Go It Alone As incensed and dismayed as I was upon leaving the Bradford County Commissioners meeting in Towanda on Feb. 13, I’m glad that I held off a week to write about it. A stubborn cold left me a little too cloudy toContinue Reading

Photos and Story by Rick Hiduk Few activities beat the serenity that a paddle on the Susquehanna River can provide. In just three months, the ice will have cleared from the 444-mile waterway that is part of the National Park System, and paddlers and fishers will once again set inContinue Reading