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ROME — Teaching young children about the differences between living and nonliving things is one of the first lessons taught in an early science lesson. It is during those lessons that they learn about the characteristics of living and nonliving things, and begin to use these new skills to cl…

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Pictured, from left to right: Front row — Wilson Kinsman, Brian Tang, Willow Bacorn, Grace Hall. Second row — Andrew DeForest, Aryan Gaur, Charan Venkataswamy, Jennavieve Andrus, Elizabeth Denlinger, Carly Leonard, Maryrose Bertsch. Third row — Zachary Fisher, Pierce Oldroyd, Myles Kocsis, V…

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WAVERLY — Members of a local chapter of the Christian Motorcyclists Association rode their motorcycles for over 100 miles in their yearly fundraiser Saturday.

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On Tuesday, voters will pick the nominees in their respective political parties to advance to the general election in November.

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Valley Project GROW’s Janelle Daddona and Katie Replogle will be on hand outside the Sayre Theatre from 9 a.m. to noon today for the second day of Project GROW’s annual plant sale fundraiser. The sale features a variety of vegetables, herbs and flowers raised by Waverly and Athens area high …

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The Sayre Business Association (SBA) and Greater Valley Chamber of Commerce (GVCC) each kicked off their farmers markets on Friday at Howard Elmer Park in Sayre and Muldoon Park in Waverly, respectively. A large variety of vendors came out to meet with the community and enjoy the warm weathe…

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The Sayre Business Association (SBA) and Greater Valley Chamber of Commerce (GVCC) each kicked off their farmers markets on Friday at Howard Elmer Park in Sayre and Muldoon Park in Waverly, respectively. A large variety of vendors came out to meet with the community and enjoy the warm weathe…

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SAYRE — All week, Guthrie staff have been celebrating National Nurses Week by honoring the frontline healthcare workers who have had a rough couple of years due to the pandemic.

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TOWANDA — The Court of Common Pleas of Bradford County President Judge Maureen T. Beirne entered an order this week holding that Shane Peters may not serve as a Bradford County constable and is barred from serving as a constable and holding public office in Pennsylvania, according to a press…

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SAYRE — Sayre Borough officials this week released its tentative paving list for this summer, and includes work to nine different streets.

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WAVERLY — Nearly a dozen restaurants and other tasty businesses took advantage of the sunny weather Thursday to take part in A Taste of the Valley at Muldoon Park in Waverly.

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TOWANDA — “Bradford County should not be in the business of doing business,” County Commissioner Doug McLinko stated at Thursday’s commissioners meeting at the county courthouse.

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Sayre Mayor Henry G. Farley is pictured congratulating Tom Roberts as the newest Sayre Police Officer after swearing him in on May 10.

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Pius Kayiira, director of the Winner’s Circle Project, speaks to Waverly High School students this week in the high school auditorium accompanied by two BMW vehicles. Waverly students built a race car, which will be auctioned off at State Line Auto. The Winner’s Circle Project is designed to…

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WAVERLY — Waverly officials continue to explore options surrounding the drafting and enactment of smoking regulations in the village, as Mayor Patrick Ayres formed a committee to look at the issue.

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TOWANDA — Bradford County District Attorney Al Ondrey leaned back in his chair in his office under the first floor of the county courthouse. A neatly-folded American flag rests encased behind him.

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All Mail-in and Absentee Ballots must be received in the Elections Office by 8 p.m. on May 17, according to Director of the Bradford County Elections Office Renee Smithkors.

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Emergency crews from the Waverly-Barton Fire District, Waverly Police and Greater Valley EMS responded to a fiery crash around 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at the intersection of Chemung Street and Route 220 in Waverly. According to Fire Chief Don Howard, two individuals appeared to suffer severe injur…

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A two-vehicle crash at the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue and Lockhart Street sent at least one person to the hospital Monday afternoon. The crash also snarled traffic as crews from the Sayre Fire Department, Sayre Police, Greater Valley EMS and other agencies worked to clean up the scene.

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The Sayre and Athens high schools on Thursday joined the Waverly Central School District at the Grand Victorian Best Western Inn in Sayre to celebrate their top 10 seniors with a banquet. The Athens seniors were Vegas Alfred, Kyle Anthony, Sander Bertsch, Jason Gao, Reuven Gifeisman, Layla H…

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The Sayre and Athens high schools on Thursday joined the Waverly Central School District at the Grand Victorian Best Western Inn in Sayre to celebrate their top 10 seniors with a banquet. The Sayre seniors were Dominic Fabbri, Brayden Horton, Mason Hughey, Alyssa McCarty, Alexa McCutcheon, K…

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SAYRE — The Valley rotary clubs of Waverly, Athens and Sayre held their annual Rotary Top 10 Senior Banquet Thursday at the Grand Victorian Best Western Inn in Sayre — recognizing the exceptional excellence of students from all three Valley school districts.

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TOWANDA BOROUGH — Lt. Gov. John Fetterman visited Towanda Borough Saturday to speak with local residents on his candidacy for the commonwealth’s U.S. Senate seat.

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After months of construction and delays due to COVID-19, the Flying Taco Mexican restaurant in Towanda finally held its grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, which was also Cinco de Mayo. Located at the former Flying Cow bakery, the Flying Taco offers classic Mexican dishes …

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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 TOWNSHIP — Walmart was shut down for a period of time Friday after Athens Township Police received a report of a missing child.

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WYSOX — A Sayre man died Tuesday after he was struck by a car as he was attempting to remove dead deer from the road, Bradford County Coroner James Bowen confirmed Friday.

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WAVERLY — An elderly Waverly woman is facing felony robbery charges after village police said she robbed the Chemung Canal Trust Company Friday morning.

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Todd Englert of Rochester sets up his Coco Bongos stand on Friday at Riverfront Park in Sayre in preparation of the Valley Arts4All, which runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The free event features dozens of local artisans, food vendors and musicians for the …