A week of Home Page feature highlights!
The Weekly Highlights are a great way to catch up, but don’t forget that you can always watch the full stories from either our front page or the archives section.
Local Teams Participate in STPR
This past weekend, Waste Management hosted the 42nd annual Susquehannock Trail Performance Rally. A total of 51 racing teams from all over the world competed in this challenging motorsport event, including 6 from Tioga County.
Defending champion David Higgins from from the United Kingdom took 1st place overall, claiming his 8th victory at this event.
Wellsboro Sports Awards 2018
Seniors Dalton Prough and Alyssa Yungwirth were named Male and Female Athletes of the Year at the Wellsboro Athletic Department and the Wellsboro Hornets Sports Booster Club’s annual athletic awards presentation on Monday, June 4.
Wellsboro Athletic Director Matt Rendos and Principal Rob Kreger recognized all Wellsboro athletic teams for their accomplishments throughout the 2017-18 season and team MVP’s and coaches awards were presented. Following the team introductions and awards, the annual Special Awards and Memorial Awards were presented.
Support Home By Shopping Local
Today on The Home Page Network Sara Vogt talks about the benefits of shopping locally and takes a close look at some of the great products at Dunham’s Department Store in Wellsboro, PA.
Sara begins with hair dryers and irons. She recently lost both of these products due to age. But, she is happy to report that she found both of these items at a reasonable price at Dunham’s. You will always find convenience and quality at Dunham’s Department Store.
Save the Eels, Save the Mussels
The USGS Northern Appalachian Research Laboratory is a science research facility located in Asaph, PA. One of the primary researcher questions that we have been addressing for the last 10 years is the decline of freshwater mussels, with particularly focus on the eastern elliptio mussel in Pine Creek and throughout the Susquehanna River Basin. The United States is home to nearly 300 species of freshwater mussels that can be found in streams, river, and lakes. Mussels are important to our stream ecosystems for a variety of reasons. They are filter feeders, meaning they reside at the bottom of the river and filter particles (like sediment and algae) out of the water. Because mussels are often found in dense beds with 10’s of thousands of individuals living together, their filtration can be important for maintaining stream water quality. They also provide habitat to other aquatic species (algae and bugs) that serve as the base of the food web for many stream fish.
Girl Scouts Day Camp 2018
Looking for something fun to do this summer?
If you are a girl beginning first grade or even going into your senior year, why not consider attending Mt. Laurel Girl Scout day camp? It takes place at Hills Creek State Park! You don’t need to be a girl scout to attend. There will be many fun activities such as swimming, arts and crafts, and special programs.
Day Camp will be held July 23-26 from 9a-4p. It is held rain or shine. Campers are grouped according to the school grade they will be entering in the fall. Each camper will receive a camp t-shirt and patch.
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