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The Friends of Valley Playland celebrated the playground’s 2nd anniversary on Monday with free ice cream for all at the playground in Athens. The group was also unveiling their new sign, designed by committee member Kathe Vergason. Check the Friends of Valley Playland Facebook page for infor…

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Traitor or Hero? Colonel John Franklin was a well-known man in the early days of Athens and Tioga Point. He was born in Canaan, Connecticut in 1749. He served in the Sullivan Expedition, 1779. He was a familiar name in the controversy surrounding the Connecticut Land Claims. Mr. Franklin wil…

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Xander Watkins recently took home the Morning Times Sayrenade Award, which is awarded to a student planning to pursue journalism or a related field. The Morning Times is proud to be able to present this scholarship on a yearly basis. Congratulations Xander!

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Pete Miller of Bradford County Veterans Services discussed the differences in the VA and what services he can provide with his Mobile Claim Van on Monday. The van used to be the Bookmobile, which was exciting for patrons to see. Our clerk Walt lucked out and won our raffle basket, too.

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ATHENS — Mr. James Schmieg, Principal of the Harlan Rowe Middle School in Athens, is pleased to announce that the following students have made the Honor Roll for the Third Marking Period of the 2022-2023 school year.

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ATHENS — The Athens Class of 1973 will be hosting its 50-year reunion on Sept. 16, 2023 at the Shepard Hills Country Club. Save the Date!

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Sayre – The Bradford County Regional Arts council will be hosting another live event featuring local talent, this time in the form of a singing competition: Bradford County’s Masked Singer. The show will be held at 6 p.m. on Saturday, July 15 at the Sayre Theatre.

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TOWANDA — The United Way of Bradford County would like to know if anyone locally speaks a second language and if they would be willing to help if we need an interpreter. If so, please let us know what language(s) you speak, and we will add you to our Language Bank. Please contact Joan Smith-…

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Henry G. Farley, Mayor of the Borough of Sayre, recently presented Heather Manchester, Director of the Sayre Public Library, with a copy of Barclay Mountain Coal Mining: Its Towns & People by M. Martin. Farley felt that the book should be included in the library’s local history collectio…

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SAYRE – Guthrie EVP and Chief Quality Officer, Dr. Lisa Marie Esolen, has been named one of Becker’s Hospital Review’s Patient Safety Experts to Know for 2023. Becker’s Review is the leading health care industry news outlet for business analysis.

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On May 13, Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways Six Pines Service Unit put on a Princess Tea Party in Athens. There was approximately 40 girls and adults that came and had fun, ate pizza, made Mother’s Day crafts and even enjoyed some dancing.

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On May 11, Snyder Elementary teachers, P.T.G and Student Council launched their first ever Spring Fling to celebrate literacy night. The event was well attended by the community. The school was also joined by famous author Maureen Wright who read to lots of children and drew names to have on…

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4-H navigators went bowling recently at the Valley Bowling Center in Waverly as a club activity.

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Sayre Student Council collected over $1,000 in cash and supplies for our local shelters. The staff and students participated in hat days and dress down days to help contribute to the kids efforts. The Greater Valley Chamber of Commerce and local businesses also helped this great cause. The S…

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ROMEO (Retired Old Men Eating Out) member Jim Smith celebrated his 75th birthday at Becky’s Diner on Thursday. Homemade cupcakes were provided by the diner and a good time was had by all.

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On Wednesday May 17, the sixth grade class of Saint Agnes School in Towanda toured the Bradford County Museum. The tour started with Society President Henry G. Farley giving the class a history of Saint Agnes School. Farley told them they will be the 145th class to graduate from the school, …

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This article is a part of “The Amish Cook Column”, a weekly series of featuring a story & recipe from Gloria Yoder, Amish widow & mother of six from Flat Rock, Illinois.

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The Sayre Knights of Columbus, Council 1807, conducted a collection in support of the Endless Mountains Pregnancy Care Center as part of the ASAP (Aid and Support After Pregnancy) program on April 29 and 30. The ASAP program is focused on supporting mothers and babies through the supply of g…

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SAYRE – The Guthrie Clinic is pleased to welcome the following providers who have recently joined the organization:

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