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ASHLAND — The last meeting of the Town of Ahsland Board for the year was held Thursday night.

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CHEMUNG — After winning the election for the position of Town Justice for the Town of Elmira, attorney Kimberlee Balok Middaugh announced in a letter to the Chemung Town Board during the Wednesday, Dec. 11 board meeting that she will no longer be able to handle prosecutorial functions for Ch…

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WAVERLY — The Waverly Central School District is tearing down the white house. No — not that one.

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WAVERLY — Waverly Police Chief Dan Gelatt this week released his police activity report for the month of November for village officials to review.

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At the December meeting of the Bradford County Historical Society Manager/Curator Matthew Carl reported that the vast newspaper collection held by the society has been reorganized especially the unbound single issues.

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SAYRE — Congressman Fred Keller of Pennsylvania District 12 announced Wednesday that the United States Department of Agriculture has approved an Economic Impact Initiative grant that will help purchase portable radioes for the Sayre Borough Police Department.

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Representatives from Leprino Foods Company recently presented a Leprino Foundation grant check to Finn Academy, a charter school in Elmira. The school plans to use the funding to develop their outdoor space, including a non-traditional playground and outdoor learning areas. Leprino Foods is …

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WAVERLY — With Tinsel ‘N Lights set to kick off tonight at 5:30 p.m., Waverly Police Chief Dan Gelatt announced that a couple local streets will be closed to accommodate the event.

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OWEGO — Tioga County Legislators Tuesday approved the county’s 2020 spending plan, containing a 2.15 percent property tax increase, and sets the pace for years to come as unfunded state mandates continue to burden annual spending plans.

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WAVERLY — After months of discussions with public officials and input from community members, the Waverly Board of Trustees voted in a 5-1 decision to move forward with the proposed parking changes throughout the municipality.

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SAYRE — A Sayre man is facing charges after a fatal car accident in the borough last month, Sayre Police announced Wednesday.

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Waverly High School art students recently went to paint windows on downtown Broad Street. Local business owners elected to have their windows painted and many provided the students with “incentives.” Coaches Pizza provided a free pizza and the Red Door Cafe kept the doors open on the chilly …

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The Tioga Central Elementary School is proud to announce that at the end of its Food-By-Weight challenge today, the elementary school has contributed 2,004.9 pounds of food for local families that will be dispersed for them to have over the holiday break. The high school has collected over $…

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SAYRE — Between Thanksgiving and Christmas, more than 1 million units of blood could be transfused in the United States. Individuals are urged to give a lifesaving gift this holiday season by making an appointment to donate blood or platelets and help the American Red Cross ensure a sufficie…

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Penn-York Habitat for Humanity is currently in the process of building house #11. The house is located at 911 North Lehigh Ave. in Sayre. House #11 is a one level home with three bedrooms, one bath and a full basement. Families who are interested in the home must fill out an application and …

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Waverly’s Evan Davies was honored before a recent Elmira Enforcers hockey game. Davies and members of his family and friends, who helped with the Evan Davies 3-on-3 charity basketball tournament, dropped the opening puck.

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The Broad Street Barber Shop donated their time and talent to cut students hair at Waverly High School on Wednesday, December 4 to thank the WHS Art department for their new mural. Local barber shop owner Pat Elston and his apprentice Willie came and cut 30 students hair in a three hour time…

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ATHENS — Behind the highs and lows — the wins and losses of a season; behind the trophies, the medals and the stats; behind the players and the coaches — is a medical staff making sure student athletes can stay healthy and continue to compete at a high level.

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BARTON — Tension escalated at this week’s Barton Town Board meeting as residents railed against the board for continued inaction on railroad crossing safety concerns, which spilled over into an elderly female resident showing the board her middle finger and proclaiming she didn’t like them.

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SAYRE — The investigation by Sayre Borough Police regarding a fatal accident last month on South Wilber Avenue is ongoing, according to information released last Friday by the police department.

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ELKLAND, Pa. (AP) — A Pennsylvania state trooper was shot and wounded Tuesday afternoon at a home in a rural area near the border with New York state, prompting a standoff with the barricaded gunman that lasted into the evening, authorities said.

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The ROMEOs (Retired Old Men Eating Out) of Waverly celebrated original member Tom McLain’s birthday at Becky’s Diner in Waverly on Tuesday, December 10. The chocolate and peanut butter cake was prepared by Dessert First of Waverly.

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The Sayre School Board held its reorganizational meeting on Monday night. Pictured here, Andrew Hickey, Margaret Barry, Debra Agnew, Pete Quattrini, and Donald Skerpon are pictured with Magisterial District Judge Larry Hurley during Monday’s swearing in ceremony. Hickey, Quattrini, Agnew, an…

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ALBANY — On Monday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed legislation which establishes a state permitting process for growers, processors and sellers of hemp extract products.

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ATHENS — The Athens Borough Council passed its 2020 budget, which features a small tax increase, with a unanimous vote during its meeting on Monday night.

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Many princesses and fairies from Girl Scout Troop 40587 had tea and cookies, and took part in numerous activities Saturday at the Athens United Methodist Church. The older girls of the troop organized the princess tea party to help raise money for their trip to Iceland in July 2020.

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Bradford County District Attorney Daniel J. Barrett reported that the following persons recently pleaded guilty and were sentenced in Bradford County Magisterial District Courts:

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The Sayre School Board held its reorganizational meeting on Monday night. Andrew Hickey, Margaret Barry, Debra Agnew, Pete Quattrini, and Donald Skerpon are pictured with Magisterial District Judge Larry Hurley during Monday’s swearing in ceremony. Hickey, Quattrini, Agnew, and Skerpon were …

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On Sunday, hundreds waited in a line that stretched around Williams Toyota of Sayre for a seat with Santa and Mrs. Claus. The Second Annual An Evening with Santa event, co-hosted by Sean Anthony Real Estate, treated attendees to free cookies and refreshments, with the 150 children receiving …

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Bradford County District Attorney Daniel J. Barrett reported that the following persons recently pleaded guilty and were sentenced in Bradford County Magisterial District Courts:

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WAVERLY — A long line of kids stood eagerly outside the doors of the community room at the Waverly Village Hall on Saturday to await the official start of the annual Red Door Holiday Party.

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The Sayre Chapter of UNICO hosted its 20th annual free movie showing for kids on Saturday at the Sayre Theatre. Approximately 200 kids and 150 parents came out to see Frozen 2 with popcorn and soda in hand, and were able to see Santa Claus after the movie. “This is what our fundraisers allow…

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Dawn C. Johnson and Randall G. Johnson to Willow Street LLC of Sayre for property in Athens Borough Third Ward for $118,000.

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SAYRE — Guthrie Robert Packer Hospital was recently named one of the United States’ top 50 cardiovascular hospitals by IBM Watson Health for the 11th time, and patients and doctors were on hand Friday to reflect on their own experiences during their time at the hospital.

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Henry Dunn, Inc. in Sayre recently donated $1,000 to The Bridge of the Penn-York Valley Churches’ annual Sleepout, which was held Thanksgiving weekend and raises money for members of the Valley community who are in need. Pictured here, from left, are Sarah Dunn, Mary Evans, Nikki Shadduck, K…

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Santa Claus arrived at Teaoga Square in Athens Borough aboard a borough fire truck and turned on the lights at the park prior to visiting with a long line of local children on Friday. Santa’s visit was part of the annual Athens Rotary Mini Glow, which greets Santa and lights luminaries in ho…

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Bradford County District Attorney Daniel J. Barrett reported that the following persons recently entered a plea of guilty in the Bradford County Court of Common Pleas, Towanda, Pennsylvania: