Submitted Article The Penn State Extension Master Gardeners of Susquehanna County are excited to announce that their massive fundraising plant sale will be held at a new location. Join the fun at Tannery Place’s back parking lot, located behind South Main Street by the traffic light in downtown Montrose. TheContinue Reading

The PA Farm Show competition among dairy goats was stiff for 4-H participants across the state including, Hannah Foster (top, far right) and Geo Swartley (second from right), both members of the Borderline Community 4-H Club of Friendsville. Hannah Foster’s doe Dapples (above) took first in the 2-to-3-year old class.Continue Reading

Montrose High School social studies and history teacher Hillori Schenker (above, second from right) and students (from left) James Grisafi, Beth Cook, and Anna Campbell told the audience of the EMHR’s public meeting in Susquehanna County how much they have learned about local history thanks to the EMHR’s financial supportContinue Reading

Lonnie Moore III (left) and Darryl Gore (right), direct descendants of the Perkins and Dennis families who settled the historic Dennis Farm in Susquehanna County flank Keystone College liaison Lucas Taylor at the Pennsylvania Farm Show, where they shared the story and information about their capital campaign last week. StoryContinue Reading

Edited from submitted articles Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) approved funding totaling more than $2.4 million on Wednesday that will go toward the reimbursement costs of repairing roads and bridges in Susquehanna County that were damaged by flash flooding in August 2018. “The flooding that occurred during that summer wasContinue Reading

Courtroom 1 at the Susquehanna County Courthouse at Montrose was barely recognizable last Wednesday with scaffolding in place for renovations that should be completed by early January. Susquehanna County commissioners (above, from left) Betsy Arnold, MaryAnn Warren and Alan Hall inspect the progress of renovations. Changes to the floor planContinue Reading

State representatives Jonathan Fritz (far right) and Mary Issacson (second from left) checked in on a nursing students class while touring the Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center last Thursday, meeting (from left) Melissa Valentine, Erica Hawkins, Marisa Kenny, Chrystal Bender, Michell Drost and nursing instructor Karen Killian. Participants inContinue Reading