Submitted Article While it is unlikely that the Bradford County Regional Arts Council’s Historic Theaters will be open for regular movies before 2021, the BCRAC theaters are still alive. We are still working to bring you movies at our Drive-In and Lawn Chair Cinemas, popcorn at our Curbside Popcorn events, andContinue Reading

Endless Mountains Heritage Region representatives Cain Chamberlin (top, left) and Vanessa Billings-Seiler (second from right) enjoy a walk on the Countryside Conservancy Trolley Trail with Wyoming County Commissioner Ernie King (second from left) and Keystone College programs and grants coordinator Marina Martino. (trolley tr at Riverside Dr) Above, Countryside Conservancy TrolleyContinue Reading

The extended Epler family (top) gathers at the Mountainhouse to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Harry and Mary Epler in 1987. Larry Epler’s step-daughters (above, from left) Suzette, Annette and Babette Bender, shown here with Larry’s granddaughter Stephanie Lane, were an integral part of the family business. Story by RickContinue Reading

Ben Stang cruises alongside the Nicholson Viaduct (top) on a picture-perfect evening. Above, Wyoming County residents (from left) Paul Hardy, Pat Sekely, and Kurt Stang engage in some para-waiting, a term they use to describe their downtime before weather conditions are perfect for powered paragliding. By Rick Hiduk (Also publishedContinue Reading

Edited from Submitted Material Area legislators provided a legislative update on Oct. 2 during the Montrose Area Chamber of Commerce and Endless Mountains Business Association 2020 Legislative Luncheon at the Montrose Bible Conference. Participants included Sen. Gene Yaw joined Senator Lisa Baker, Representative Tina Pickett and Representative Jonathan Fritz forContinue Reading

Work is underway at the former Thomas’ Supermarket building in Tunkhannock Township (top) for its renovation into a new School of Petroleum & Natural Gas for Lackawanna College. Working with an oscilloscope, which graphically displays varying signal voltages, are School of PNG students (from right) Victoria Clark of Springville, JaredContinue Reading