Bradford County Commissioner Doug McLinko announced that he is running for Congress to represent the citizens of the 10th Congressional District. “We need public servants to step forward and help lead our country out of this mess, and the President needs conservatives he can count on to stand with himContinue Reading

Representatives serving counties in the Endless Mountains weighing in the budget the House delivered to Gov. Tom Wolf on Friday feel the $32 million proposal is a fair and conservative compromise to Wolf’s version of the budget proposed in March. Mostly importantly, Reps. Boback (above), Fritz, and Pickett were unitedContinue Reading

Legislation that will help bring common sense to the state’s Uniform Construction Code (UCC), especially along the Northern Tier, passed the state House today and is on its way to the state Senate for consideration, said Rep. Tina Pickett (Bradford/Sullivan/Susquehanna). “The Northern Tier is blessed to have a thriving mapleContinue Reading

Today, HeritagePA, the state’s collective body of the 12 state-designated Heritage Areas, issued the following statement from Association President Jane Sheffield (above) in response to Governor Tom Wolf’s proposed budget: “HeritagePA applauds Governor Wolf for including critical funding for the Heritage Areas Program within the Department of Conservation and NaturalContinue Reading

Rep. Jonathan Fritz (above) was sworn in on Tuesday for his first term, representing the 111th District in Susquehanna and Wayne counties. Yesterday’s ceremony marked the opening of the 201st General Assembly. Rep. Jonathan Fritz took the oath of office on Tuesday to represent the people of the 111th District in Wayne and SusquehannaContinue Reading

In an effort to further educate the public about Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses, the PA House of Representatives has passed legislation to create a Lyme disease-specific task force and conduct tick surveillance programs across the state, according to Rep. Tina Pickett, who voted for the measure. “Across theContinue Reading