The Standing Stone, a gray sandstone monolith that stands erect on the banks of the North Branch southeast of Towanda in Bradford County was described by an officer of Sullivan’s expedition against the Iroquois in 1779. It is now a popular stop for paddlers of the North Branch. Submitted ArticleContinue Reading

Showing off face-paint renderings by Silly Sally (not pictured) are (top, front, from left) Kelly Donovan, Hadley Laney, Jeff Wyeth, Teresa Wyeth, (back) Fyleigh Laney and Irelynd Laney. Contemplating her additions to a living mural on the river bank (above) is Kayla Bingham of Lake Winola. Photos and story byContinue Reading

Art Coolbaugh manages Susquehanna Kayak & Canoe Rental from the basement of his bar and restaurant in the village of West Falls. He has a number of special river trips yet planned before the season comes to an end. By Rick Hiduk (Also published in Living Susquehanna-Wyoming County Magazine) SwimmingContinue Reading

In addition to the annual three-day Endless Mountain Heritage Sojourn for local students in May, an overnight river adventure in the Great Bend area of Susquehanna County will be offered by the Endless Mountains Heritage Region (EMHR) for paddlers ages 12 and over in late July. Both events will provideContinue Reading

Keith Brown (top, with his children Owen and Mackenzie) has been named the Water Trail Manager for the section of the Susquehanna River North Branch that runs from Sayre south to Laceyville. Dana Rockwell (above) and Art Coolbaugh (below) will manage the water trail in Susquehanna and Wyoming counties, respectively.Continue Reading