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SAYRE – On Saturday, Oct. 2, the Sayre Area School District will host Fallin’ Into Fun from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Satterlee Creek Environmental Center, located at 2817 Cotton Hollow Rd. in Litchfield.

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A study to explore the feasibility of utilizing a land bank to address blighted properties throughout Bradford County is expected to soon go before those taking part in the Oct. 7 Bradford County Township Supervisors Convention at the Troy Fairgrounds.

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The Greater Valley Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for Rise & Shine Community Center, located at 411 S. Main Street in Athens Borough, on Friday. The ribbon cutting was part of a grand opening ceremony. Rise & Shine Community Center features a variety of events, including l…

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HARRISBURG — A bill establishing statewide uniform requirements restricting the use of “Class B” firefighting foams containing added per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) for training purposes and testing was approved Tuesday by the full Senate, according to prime sponsor Sen. Gene Yaw …

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Athens Area High School Color Guard members Abby McKeever and Bella Rayborn recently raised $300 to purchase individual equipment bags to help their teammates haul equipment as a senior project. Pictured, from left, are Color Guard Coach Lynda Bouck, McKeever, Rayborn, and Band Director Gabr…

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A bridge bundle project that wrapped up earlier this year has earned Bradford County a 2020 Road and Bridge Improvement Award from the Pennsylvania Highway Information Association and the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.

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A few points of clarification with last Tuesday’s “Stand now or you will have no ground to stand on later” story about the Sunday, Sept. 12 rally against COVID-19 vaccine mandates in Alparon Park. Although some refer to Dr. Robert Malone as the founder of mRNA vaccines or technology, others …

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Tioga Central Superintendent Josh Roe requested and received the board of education’s permission to begin the initial stages of the district’s proposed Capital Project, which involves extensive repairs at the district’s buildings.

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WAVERLY — On Saturday, Sept. 25, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., the Bridge of the Penn-York Valley Churches will once again host a chicken barbecue and vintage goods sale at the Helping Hands Furniture Warehouse, 515 Chemung St., Waverly.

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Penn-York Opportunities in Athens recognized its direct support professionals on Friday, as a part of a state-wide celebration that lasted the whole week.

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ATHENS — The Athens Wesleyan Church, located on Wilawana Road, took on a new pastor this summer with Pastor Tim Butcher celebrating his first Sunday on June 6.

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ATHENS BOROUGH — An Athens woman faces a felony charge after she allegedly hit another woman in the head with a baseball bat on Sept. 7, according to court documents.

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WAVERLY — Village of Waverly trustees will soon begin discussions on if they’ll allow businesses that sell marijuana to set up shop within the municipality.

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OWEGO — County officials from across New York State this week elected Tioga County Chairwoman Martha (Marte) Sauerbrey as the new president of the New York State Association of Counties (NYSAC).

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Bradford County District Attorney Albert C. Ondrey reported that the following persons were recently sentenced in the Bradford County Court of Common Pleas, Towanda, Pennsylvania:

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ATHENS — During a regular meeting on Tuesday, the Athens Area School District board of education heard from more school district residents upset by the statewide mask mandate in schools.

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HARRISBURG — The Senate Environmental Resources and Energy Committee voted Tuesday to disapprove a Wolf Administration regulation that imposes a tax on Pennsylvania energy producers by entering the state into the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI), according to Sen. Gene Yaw (R-23), c…

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On Aug. 5, 2021, property located at 367 Dawson Hill Rd., Town of Spencer, from Sean and Tamara Hollenbeck to Shawn Osborne and Allison Robbie for $309,000.

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ROME TOWNSHIP – The 2021 Sportsman Expo welcomed its largest crowd in its three years of operation Saturday. According to organizer Don Ammerman, part of that draw was due to special guest John Godwin from the A&E hit series “Duck Dynasty.”

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TROY TOWNSHIP – A local movement against COVID-19 vaccine mandates brought its largest crowd together around the stage just off of Gate Three in Alparon Park Sunday, where speakers called for an end to complacency when it comes to government control and individual rights as part of the Fight…

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CHEMUNG — Marked by moments of somber mourning, quiet reflection and camaraderie, the Chemung Fire Department was joined by departments throughout the area to pay respects during the 20th anniversary ceremony commemorating the attacks of 9/11 on Saturday.

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NORTH TOWANDA — After around three years of work, including a delay from COVID-19, and many more years of planning, Bradford County officially dedicated its new public safety center along Route 6 Thursday to two men who have been strong leaders with emergency operations in their communities …

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SAYRE — During the Sayre Area School District board of education meeting on Tuesday, the board approved the facility assessment study, to be performed by Keystone Associate Architects, Engineers, and Surveyors.

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WEST BURLINGTON TOWNSHIP — The Bradford County Correctional Facility has been dealing with a COVID-19 surge.

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In March of 2020 during the long shut down caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Robert M. “Mike” Farley of Nazareth, Pa. contacted his brother Henry in Sayre to let him know that he had been asked to apply to the Jamestowne Society for membership and to ask for his assistance completing his appl…

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Waverly Central School District Superintendent Dr. Eric Knolles greets middle and high school students as they get off the bus before the district’s first day of school on Thursday.

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ATHENS TOWNSHIP — A Sayre woman faces felony aggravated assault charges after allegedly assaulting an Athens Township police officer on Sept. 4, according to court documents.