Still no excuse
I want to respond to the Sound Off "Have responsibility." There still is no excuse for shooting an animal. And by the way, maybe they're right; the person that shot an animal, they don't deserve to own an animal.
SAYRE - Hundreds of Valley residents flocked Monday to downtown Sayre to participate in the Valley's annual Memorial Day parade and ceremony.
Floats from VFW posts, Valley bands, firefighters, and American Legion posts cruised down Lockhart and Desmond s
SAYRE - After 23 years of organizing patriotic events in the Valley area, Ruth Owen will be stepping down from the job.
Commander of the Catholic War Veterans Patrick Hoagland called for an "unannounced and unscheduled" presentation at the Valley Memoria
TOWANDA - The speaker at the Towanda American Legion Post 42 Memorial Day Program Monday said it's important to acknowledge those who died for their country, but who didn't make "the pages of history."
Guest speaker Major General Leslie Purser, who was a
TROY - There were the usual sights: band members playing a patriotic tune, Scouts walking by in uniform and people in classic cars waving to the crowd.
And there were the awe-inspiring scenes as well, like a group of white-gloved women carrying a large A
Kicking off Tioga Downs' summer concert series is a show headlined by legendary rock and roll artist, Chubby Checker, who is scheduled to perform at 8 p.m. on Saturday, May 30.
Chubby Checker, the "King of The Twist," owns a chapter of rock history. Chec
American Red Cross volunteers are assisting three adults and one child who were displaced by a fire Sunday evening in the 100 block of Blackberry Lane in Sayre. The Red Cross assisted the family with lodging, food, clothing and will follow-up to determ
Gov. Tom Wolf made a noble effort early this year at embarrassing state lawmakers into finally outlawing "gifts" to state-level public officials. But when the governor imposed such a ban on executive branch employees, legislators took it as a sign that