April 12, 2018 RSS feed / Local News

New Angling Experience Awaits Veterans

A new venture backed by Hunts for Healing will provide an opportunity for about a dozen veterans to enjoy the first day of trout season in an environment created especially for them. More...

Changes Coming to Laceyville’s Maple Street

To alleviate safety issues and create additional parking in the Laceyville business district, the borough council agreed on Tuesday, April 3 to change the traffic flow along Maple Street below Main Street. More...

FEATURE FILM A BUSTER KEATON CLASSIC

Old Wyalusing Movies Screening April 20

Two locally-produced movies that delighted Wyalusing area audiences in the 1950s and 60s will be shown again on Friday, April 20 at the Wyalusing Valley Museum’s annex on Church Street, the former Masonic Lodge, beginning at 7 p.m., with the do More...

Forkston

The weather is playing havoc with everything and everyone. Many of our neighbors had no power for eleven hours last Wednesday. The electric companies are keeping busy replacing downed wires and poles. More...

Child Abuse Awareness Month Proclaimed

Bradford Co. CYS Investigated Over 900 Abuse/Neglect Reports in 2017

It’s hard to fathom that even in a rural, sparsely populated community like Bradford County, nearly 3,100 calls were made to its Children and Youth Services agency to report concerns of possible child abuse or neglect in 2017 alone.  In th More...

Beaver Meadows

Dianne Bennett returned home last Wednesday after spending 10 days in Georgia meeting and spoiling her greatgrandson, Noah. She said it was wonderful and awesome spending time with family. More...

Tunkhannock Native Tells Of Prison, Redemption

“It’s good to be home!”  Gene McGuire has spent a lot of time away from Tunkhannock, but was back recently to see old friends, tell them about the years he was gone—and share a message of wisdom, inspiration and faith.&nb More...

Area Businesses, Leaders Awarded by CBCCC

A surprised Joyce Kerrick was presented with the Anne VanNess Business Person of the Year award last Thursday, April 5 at the Central Bradford County Chamber of Commerce’s (CBCCC) annual dinner at the Towanda Country Club.  More...

State Rep. Jonathan Fritz Announces Re-Election Bid

Asserting that he wants to further his mission to make state government more accountable with our hard-earned tax dollars, State Representative Jonathan Fritz announced he is running for re-election in the 111th District. More...

Dimock

Last night, Wednesday, was Soup Night at the Dimock Christian Community Church. This was the last Soup Night for this spring. More...

Pickett to Host Concealed Carry Seminar

For local residents who have not yet been able to attend one of Rep. Tina Pickett’s popular concealed carry seminars or those wanting a refresher, she will host the next one at the Wyalusing Fire hall on Wednesday, April 25 from 6-8 p.m.  More...

Nimble

Don and Lori Burke spent Easter weekend in Wisconsin with their family Caleb and Stephanie Westbrook and family, Robert and Katelyn.  I’m a proud grandma, as my granddaughter, Hailey Farr hit a homerun at Tunkhannock’s Girls’ s More...

Single Swan Swimming in a Swamp

Thanks to LeRaysville resident Norma Moore for snapping this photograph of a lone swan that has apparently made its home in a swamp located near Herrickville. More...

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