November 17, 2016 RSS feed / Local News

Wyalusing Legion Post Hosts Veterans’ Dinner

“From defeating communism, fascism and imperialism, to liberating slaves, keeping the peace during the Cold War and battling terrorism today, veterans have accomplished remarkable things throughout our nation’s history. More...

Goodwill Fire Company Hosts Dinner

The Laceyville Goodwill Volunteer Fire Company hosted its biannual Ham and Bean Dinner on Thursday, Nov. More...

Veterans Honored at Park Place

State Representative Tina Pickett, along with VFW Post 6824 auxiliary member Diane Elliott and auxiliary President Anne Eastabrook, honored local veterans with a program at Park Place on Nov. 10. More...

New Milford Incinerator Project Put on Hold

Information released on Nov. 14 by Tyler Corners, LP, a development group out of Fairless Hills near Philadelphia, indicates that the proposed industrial park project slated for a location in New Milford Township is on hold for now. More...

Beaver Meadows

The community extends their condolences to the David Hibbard family on the passing of his wife, Judy. This was certainly a surprise to hear of her passing on Nov. More...

Wyalusing Sixth Graders Salute Local Vets with Essays

‘PROUD TO BE AN AMERICAN’  By London Edwards   More...

Jenningsville

How nice that the weather cooperated on Election Day. There was a record crowd out for the annual dinner. Thanks to all who made it out, the cooks and the workers, too. More...

November 18 is Deadline to Submit Events for Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau Calendar of Events Brochure

Events that take place between Jan. 1 and June 30, 2017 are now being accepted for the Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau (EMVB) Calendar of Events brochure.  The deadline to submit events is Nov. 18.  More...

News from the Wyalusing Public Library

Seats are going fast for the program on “Thermal Imaging, What it Is and How it Works,” scheduled for Tuesday evening, Nov. 29 starting at 6 p.m. at the library. The program is free and open to one and all. More...

Dimock

We all got pretty sick of the endless presidential campaigning on TV and the piles of political ads in our mail boxes, but on Election Day there were long waiting lines at all the polls. Maybe it was a good thing. More...

Business Group Honors Pickett

To recognize her legislative efforts to protect and promote small businesses, the Pennsylvania chapter of the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) recently named Rep. More...

Rainbow Club Hosts Troop 8 Boy Scouts at Dinner

Wyalusing Troop 8 Boy Scouts were the guests of honor at a dinner Monday night hosted by the Wyalusing Rainbow Club, which has sponsored the local Boy Scout Troop for close to 90 years.  The dinner took place at the Tuscarora Wayne Community Roo More...

Commissioners Queried on Lawsuits

During public comment at their Nov. 9 meeting, the Susquehanna County Commissioners were questioned by a visitor if the next year’s budget, now available for review in the Chief Clerk’s office and tentatively set to be approved on Dec. More...

Room Tax Grants, Act 13 Funding Help Area Organizations

Christmas came early for many area organizations as the Bradford County Commissioners have announced over 20 local groups that will receive 2016 Room Tax Grants as well as $10,000 in Act 13 funding to every fire company and ambulance service within t More...

Wyalusing Sets Meeting Dates, Office Hours

At its Nov. More...

Yaw Opioid Bills Signed Into Law

Landmark legislation aimed at curbing Pennsylvania’s heroin and opioid epidemic was signed into law recently, according to Senator Gene Yaw.  More...

Veterans Honored at Personal Care Home

Veterans at the Wyalusing Personal Care Home were the guests of honor at a reception hosted by State Representative Tina Pickett on Thursday, Nov. 10. More...

SCHOOL MENUS

WYALUSING ELEMENTARY BREAKFAST MONDAY, NOV. 21 Breakfast pizza or Assorted whole grain cereal w/animal crackers, chilled juice and/or fruit, low-fat milk. TUESDAY, NOV. More...

Veterans Honored at Breakfast

On Friday, Nov. 11, Veterans’ Day, a complimentary breakfast was served to veterans, beginning at 7:30 a.m. at the Triton Fire Hall in Tunkhannock. More...

Rushville

Cindy Douglas

Last week’s items  Happy birthday to Lorraine Mitchell, Heather Kessler and Nicole Fissler.  A surprise 35th anniversary party was held for Jim and Kelly Allen at the Lawton bingo hall.  Bethany Bennett, Aubree Noldy and Cindy Do More...

Forkston

Congratulations to Calvin Otten, who got a buck while hunting in Illinois.  Kim Severcool attended the Holiday Tea at the Lake Winola United Methodist Church on Saturday. More...

Little Meadows

Donna Wiles

Community Independent Bible Church had a nice Veterans’ Day Dinner on Friday night.  The Sunday Service continued to honor the many veterans in the congregation. More...

Hot Oil and Frozen Turkeys Don’t Mix

The potatoes are mashed, the green beans are steaming and the pumpkin pie is baking; all that is needed is…the deep fried turkey?  More...

Nimble

Bette Farr

On Saturday evening, Hailey Farr celebrated a late 16th birthday party at her home with friends, Jazmine Appel, Abby Ritz, Kendra Schultz, Taylor Lynn, Becca Avery and Noah Gruver.  Randi Farr and friend, Dan were Sunday afternoon callers of her More...

Wyoming Co. Voter Turnout 79.4 Percent

The Wyoming County Commissioners learned Tuesday that, contrary to earlier estimates of 70 to 75 percent voter turnout in last week’s Presidential election, close to 80 percent of registered county residents cast their ballots. More...

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