Submitted Article Claverack Rural Electric Cooperative hosted Lackawanna Trail student Sean Gilroy for a job shadowing experience on March 31, 2023. Sean reached out to Northern Tier Industry & Education Consortium (NTIEC) to assist him in exploring a career as a lineman. During his visit, Sean learned about electrical safetyContinue Reading

Setting up pies for judging on April 10 were (above, from left) Susquehanna County 4-H members Amanda Voll, Jillian Gustin, and Gavin Bewley. Announcing the winner of a pair of dairy baskets were (below, from left) Susquehanna County Dairy Promotion representatives Holly Harvatine, Ava Hughes, and Courtney Marvin. Photos andContinue Reading

Marking Child Abuse Prevention Month Pictured at the Wyoming County Courthouse in Tunkhannock recently were (above, from left) are Janine Fortney, Child Advocacy Center of Susquehanna and Wyoming Counties director; Chief Deputy Sheriff Alissa McMickens; Commissioners Rick Wilbur and Ernie King; Leslie Cadden, representing Rep. Tina Pickett’s Tunkhannock office; Sen.Continue Reading

Participants in a meeting with legislators and candidates hosted by the Susquehanna County Farm Bureau on April 10 included (seated, from left) Lillian Theophanis, Aileen Shay, Emma Hinkley, Donna Williams, Mickey Klim, (standing) Mark Madden, Jennifer Remy, Megan Martin, Rep. Jonathan Fritz, commissioner Judy Hershel, Mike Marabell, Dave Darrow, AlanContinue Reading

Participants in the 9 to 12 year age group (above) dash for eggs at Meshoppen Community Park on April 8. The youngest winner of a big prize was seven-month-old Anastasia Anderson (below) of Wysox, whose parents found a prize-winning slip for a push toy in her grab bag. Photos byContinue Reading

Submitted Article In her continuing effort to educate the public regarding Pennsylvania’s firearms laws, Rep. Tina Pickett (R-Bradford/Wyoming) is hosting a Gun Law Seminar in Factoryville on Friday, May 12. The free event will take place at the Factoryville Sportsmen’s Club, 124 Gun Club Road, beginning at 6 p.m. DoorsContinue Reading