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                                                             Trees in the Black Forest by Curt Weinhold

 

A large crowd of dignitaries, Tri-County REC officials and Co-op members

attended the launch of Tri-Co Connections Friday afternoon at Kightlinger Motors

in Coudersport. Read more about the Co-op’s Broadband service which will be on

line soon on our news page.

Betty Tomak,  hosted a “Hoodie Hoo” day celebration at the Gold General Store. There

was always lots of food and live music by the Morley Family and Friends. See more

in our February 20. 2020 News Report.

Kane PTO hears about McKean County’s K9 program. See story in our news section.

Coudersport Practical Nursing Students (L-R): Back row: Meagan Knapp-Moore, Heather Crowley, Melissa Hartman; Middle row: Julie, Connor, Autumn Jackson, Rachelle Weimer, Jessica Smith; Front row: Susan Lenker, Lacey Boyd, Katie Thomas, and Shyana Miller See more in our news section.

 

 

Canines are working at area VA hospitals. See more in  our 1.28.2020 news report.

Left: Sergeant Chris Hamilton at Rochester Calkins VA Clinic with Sampson and right Officer

Lieutenant Jeffrey Mastin with George at the Bath VA Medical Center.

More dogs added to McKean County K-9 program

See more in January 24, 2020 News Report

It’s time to get dog licenses. They are available at County Treasurers’ offices. See more on

our news report of January 22, 2020.

 

Pictured receiving the $1,000 check is Dr. Michele Moore/PCEC, (L-R) Doug Morley/PCEC Board, Cat Rush/Tri-Co Connections, Steve Erway/NW Bank, and Kelly Fernandez/NW Bank. See details in today’s news.

 Veterans, Military & Their Families Day: Farmers are the 2% of our nation that feeds us. Veterans are the 2% that protects us. On Thursday, January 9,  those who feed, those who serve, and those who do both were honored at the Pennsylvania Farm Show.

                                       The Entrance Bridge to the Bath VA Medical Center is Now Open

 The entrance bridge to the Bath VA Medical Center is now open.  All major structural renovation has been successfully completed.  Starting January 6, 2020, the Longwell Lane back entrance to the Medical Center will be opened 6:00am to 6:00 pm.