The annual Endless Mountains Primitive Outdoorsmen’ Rendezvous drew hundreds of people to the American Legion grounds in Black Walnut this past weekend for muzzleloading, archery, and tomahawk throwing competitions and to give visitors a taste of what life in the Endless Mountains when the area was considered America’s western frontier.
Mountain View High School gifted teacher Charleene Martens presents a jar of syrup to Denise Dennis (top, center) that was produced from sap collected from centuries-old maple trees on the Dennis Farm by Mountain View students. Joining them are (from left) Dennis family member Lonnie Moore III, Mountain View superintendent
Wyoming County commissioner Judy Mead (above, left) shares a laugh with Wyoming County’s first female commissioner, Charlotte Montross, at Charlotte’s 100th birthday party on Sunday. Story by Rick Hiduk/Photos by Lori Bennett (Also published in the Rocket-Courier) In 1970, Wyoming County commissioner Emerson Montross suffered a brain aneurysm and his
Submitted Article Please join Rich Pawling, from History Alive! on Sunday, September 23rd, 6 pm for an interpretive presentation “Connecting the Farm to the Forest – Examining the Symbiotic Relationship between Logging & Agricultural Production during the Timber Harvest Boom Days of Pennsylvania (1880-1910).” Rich Pawling will dress the part
Submitted Article Spring has finally arrived and with it comes the opening of Laceyville’s Oldest House and its first major event of the season. This year’s A Simpler Thyme will be held May 18-20. The house, which will be open from 9 am to 5 pm Friday and Saturday, and 1 to 4 pm on Sunday, will
Members of the Endless Mountains Primitive Outdoorsmen, including (top, from left) Jerry Smith of Rome, Bradford County; Artie Durkan of Thorndike, MA; and Rodney Arnold of Bumpville, Bradford County, were among those to welcome more than 600 members of the National Rendezvous and Living History Foundation to the East Smithfield/Milan