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“Because we are not sure what impact Tuesday’s rain had on the condition of the Pine Creek Rail Trail’s snow base, we won’t be able to make a final decision about holding the Canyon Sled Dog Challenge until later today,” said organizer Mary Beth Logue.

At 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 29, the Wellsboro Community Concert Association is presenting the award-winning duo Robin Bullock and Sue Richards playing Baroque and Celtic music in the Coolidge Theatre at the Deane Center for the Performing Arts at 104 Main St., Wellsboro. This is the fourt…

Registration for kindergarten and first grade (children who have not attended kindergarten this year) will be held at the Charlotte Lappla Elementary School, 32 Meade St., Wellsboro, on Friday, March 13.

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On Saturday, Feb. 15, Jim Howe, organizer of the 2020 Chili With A Chance For Chocolate Taste-Off and Second Chance Animal Sanctuaries president, announced the first through third place taste-off winners. This was the sixth taste-off held since 2015. It is a Wellsboro Winter Celebration event.

MANSFIELD -- A day in the life of a radio broadcaster, is busy, fast paced and constantly changing. As Matt Windingo, the morning host on Bigfoot Country noted, to be successful in the radio industry people need to be a jack-of-all-trades. “A lot of people think, it’s our show. It’s four and…

At 7:30 p.m. this Saturday, Feb. 22, Ciarán Bolger, Séamus Ó Flatharta and Michael Coult will play and sing traditional Irish music with an intriguing blend of modern folk influences and bold new arrangements.

The time has come again for the Billtown Blues Association to hold their 28th annual “Billtown Blues Challenge” festival audition concert where local and regional musicians compete for the coveted spot on the BBA festival stage performing along with confirmed national and international acts.

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Dr. Steven Stein, an associate professor of biology at Mansfield University, will be the keynote speaker at this year’s Southern Tioga School District and Mansfield Chamber of Commerce Youth Leaders of Tomorrow banquet at New Covenant Academy, Mansfield.

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WELLSBORO — The Tyoga Country Club has dissolved and given its assets to the nonprofit GROW, giving the golf course a new shot at viability and allowing it to remain open with business as usual.

Registration for kindergarten and first grade (children who have not attended kindergarten this year) will be held at the Charlotte Lappla Elementary School, 32 Meade St., Wellsboro, on Friday, March 13.

MANSFIELD — Following millions in investment by the state and local funds, the I-99 business and commerce park created by the Betterment Organization of Mansfield is just waiting for the right businesses to move in.

At dusk on a chilly Wednesday, Feb. 5, the evening after the end of the trial by the U.S. Senate, of President Donald Trump, locals came out to protest the unprecedented procedure of a trial in the U.S. Senate, which allowed for no witnesses and no evidence.

WELLSBORO - As State Representative for Pennsylvania’s 68th Legislative District, Clint Owlett is responsible for taking the concerns of his constituents to Harrisburg where he works to make their voices heard. From meeting with individual constituents, to talking with businesses and organiz…

MANSFIELD — The North Penn-Mansfield Lady Tigers (14-10) basketball team hosted a first round district playoff contest with the Muncy Lady Indians (15-8) and were unable to deal with the size …

The NP-Liberty wrestling team (3-14) claimed a 10th place finish at the District 4AA Section North meet with three wrestlers taking home top four finishes in their bracket on Saturday, Feb. 15…

Junior Hunter DePrimo and freshman Josh Colon combined for a pitching gem in game one and junior Nate Cotton hit a walk-off single in game two to lead the Mansfield University baseball team to…

LIBERTY — The NP-Liberty boys basketball team (20-3) were undefeated at home coming into the NTL showdown and hosting the Troy Trojans (15-8) they were looking to extend their 10-game home win…

Discussing mental health has become less taboo in modern culture than it used to be before, and that openness is now also crossing over into the workplace. However, many organizations still seem to be falling behind on this trend. From unrealistic, demanding deadlines to heavy workloads and long hours to even shifting performance priorities, there’s often never a shortage of stress at work.

On Jan. 14, Community Health published story titled "No More Body Shaming" that contained quotes from a source who levied unfounded allegations of impropriety against White Rock Montessori school in Dallas. Allegations that White Rock Montessori condoned or allowed instances of body shaming against students, and is now retaliating against the children of parents who raise such issues with the school, are unsubstantiated and solely the opinion of the source quoted in the story. Community Health apologizes to White Rock Montessori for any harm that has come to its reputation and its business as a respected educational institute as a result of the statements contained in the story.

It’s tax season once again, and stress levels are high. While you are plunging away those numbers and stressing about refunds and payments to the IRS, there are ways you can keep those anxieties under control.

“Every risk factor you can imagine was on this student’s Internet posting,” recalls Lisa Cull, senior program coordinator for Glenn County Behavioral Health.

As families come face to face with medical requirements every school year, the country is feeling the effects of a vaccine resistance movement that’s been decades in the making. In a climate of fake news and ever-growing misinformation that is spread online, it can be hard to decipher the false information from the truth. That’s why Facebook is taking a stand.