Wyoming County 4-H leaders who were honored for reaching milestones with the organization included (top, from left) Janet Shaw, Jean Stang, Maria Eastman, Debbie Petrewski, Amanda Ruark, and Bill Shaw. Additional honorees (not pictured) included Valerie Trowbridge, Jennifer Seward, Bradley Seward, Amy Cannella, Ginger Howell, and Justine Tone. Participants in theContinue Reading

Edited from Submitted Materials Planning and fundraising for the 2023 Susquehanna Summer Solstice Festival (SSSF) is underway. The event will offer plein air painting, music and environmental in a festival setting at the beautiful and historic French Azilum site and in nearby towns in Bradford County. The SSSF committee hasContinue Reading

Rep. Clint Owlett (Bradford/Tioga) recently visited with seventh- and eighth-grade students at Troy Area Junior/Senior High School. They talked about the duties and responsibilities of a state representative, as well as some state and local issues that will affect our future leaders. Edited from submitted materials

Submitted Article / Photo by Rick Hiduk A bill sponsored by Rep. Karen Boback (Lackawanna/Luzerne/Wyoming) to rename a Wyoming County bridge in honor of local veterans and first responders was sent to the governor’s desk for his signature after its unanimous final approval by the House of Representatives on Tuesday.Continue Reading

Residents across the Endless Mountains woke to temperatures in the upper 20s and low 30s on Friday morning, as these beautiful sunrise photos from Doolittle Hill in Wyoming County by Cindy Pickett show. Weather synopsis by Rick Hiduk Will we hit 70 degrees again next week? Anything is possible asContinue Reading

Submitted Photos On Oct. 20, the Susquehanna County Township Supervisors Association held their 109th annual meeting at the Montrose Bible Conference. Speakers included Sen. Gene Yaw; Sen. Lisa Baker; Rep. Tina Pickett; Rep. Jonathan Fritz; the county commissioners, and Joe Gerdes from from the state’s County Association of Township OfficialsContinue Reading