More than $350,000 in Marcellus Shale impact fees will help prevent future flooding along the Cayuta Creek in Sayre, Rep. Tina Pickett announced on Friday. The $352,000 in funding, approved this week by the Commonwealth Financing Authority, will help with bank stabilization efforts along the creek, which is a 35-mile
Sullivan and Susquehanna County residents in the 110th District who are in need of state government-related services are encouraged to visit either of Rep. Tina Pickett’s (above) satellite offices during March for assistance. In addition to general help navigating the state government bureaucracy, Pickett’s satellite offices will be able to provide
To help Jim (center) and Shirley McGee (right) of Towanda celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary, Rep. Tina Pickett (left) presented the couple with a citation from the Pennsylvania House of Representatives to mark the special milestone. A surprise party of family and friends was held at the Towanda American Legion
(Harrisburg) In appreciation of the men and women who serve as line workers for Pennsylvania’s electric cooperatives and utilities, Rep. Tina Pickett (Bradford/Sullivan/Susquehanna) has secured House passage of legislation designating Monday, April 13 as “Lineman Appreciation Day” in Pennsylvania. “When the power goes out – whether at 3 pm or
Rep. Tina Pickett (top, right) and House Education Committee Chairman Stan Saylor (top, left) have congratulated Sayre-based radio stations WATS/WAVR on the 35th anniversary of their award-winning Scholarship Challenge radio competition. The representatives also expressed their best wishes to all the teams that have competed in this year’s milestone contest.
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 Ag
(Harrisburg) – Legislation sponsored by Reps. Garth Everett (Lycoming), Tina Pickett (Bradford/Sullivan/Susquehanna), Sandra Major (Susquehanna/Wayne/Wyoming) and Matt Baker (Tioga/Bradford) to clarify minimum royalty payments in state law was the subject of a meeting of the House Environmental Resources and Energy Committee Tuesday in Harrisburg. House Bill 1684 would directly respond to
(Harrisburg) – Pennsylvania’s servicemen and servicewomen are now able to have their veteran status included on their state-issued driver licenses or non-driver identification cards, Rep. Tina Pickett (below), representing all or portions of Bradford, Sullivan, and Susquehanna Counties, announced today. With the designation, which is available to eligible veterans at