By Rick Hiduk Winter is well upon us, even though the calendar does not yet say so. Temperatures for most of us in the Endless Mountains of PA bottomed out near 11 degrees and might reach zero by week’s end. A significant snow event is predicted for this weekend. (ReadContinue Reading

Photo and Story by Rick Hiduk Members of Mixed Emotions, (from left) George Sheffer Jr., Roger Miller Jr., Roger Miller Sr., and drummer Denny Nichols fully satisfied a standing-room-only crowd at the Highway Inn in Washington Township on Saturday night. A drastic change in the weather couldn’t stop area residentsContinue Reading

Photo and Story by Rick Hiduk Matt Walsh, a project engineer for Colwell-Naegele Associates of Clarks Summit, shows members of the Wyoming County Planning Commission preliminary plans for the proposed Hayduk RV/Mobile Home Park which would be comprised of approximately 70 lots in Lemon Township. Members of the Wyoming CountyContinue Reading

By Rick Hiduk When I commit to being in Towanda for a day and gathering as much Bradford County news as possible, I often fill gaps between meetings and lunch dates by sitting in one of the two courtrooms at the Bradford County Courthouse. I’m often stepping into a hearing,Continue Reading

Photos and Story by Rick Hiduk Wyoming County Commissioners (back, left) Tom Henry, (back, from right) Ron Williams and Judy Mead issued a proclamation congratulating the Tunkhannock Tiger Boys Cross Country Team for an outstanding season capped by the school’s first Class AA PIAA State Championship in 41 years. TheContinue Reading

Downtown Tunkhannock (above) and Miller Mountain (below) as seen from the rear deck of 171 Grandview Drive in Eaton Township. This spacious two-level home is situated at the upper end of Eaton Hills, providing stunning views to the east and south. Listed at $225,000, the two-bedroom home features two fullContinue Reading

Photo and Story by Rick Hiduk Bradford County Humane Society Executive Director Jennifer Spencer holds a chihuahua mix pup named Penny at the Oct. 31 meeting of the Bradford County Commissioners. Expanding the number of stores involved in the Shop for Pete and Penny campaign led to an increase ofContinue Reading

Photo and Story by Rick Hiduk Bradford County Prison Board members in attendance at Thursday’s meeting included (from left) Sheriff C.J. Walters, County Commissioners Doug McLinko and Mark Smith, Deputy Warden Pete Quattrini, Commissioner Daryl Miller, Warden Don Stewart, and (not pictured) Judge Maureen Beirne and District Attorney Daniel Barrett.Continue Reading