Now that the Prom Perfect contest is over, Daily Item readers have resumed sending in their artistic photos in, depicting life in the Valley in a unique and up-front way.
It’s also almost summertime – which means I’m in the mood to go outside, plant flowers and enjoy the sunshine – though as yesterday’s post reveals, this week hasn’t been the best for that.
Anyway, here’s my favorite recent reader photos, depicting the best of the beginning of sweet summertime:
“China Loves Treats,” by Cindy Hoffman, Richfield
“Crayfish,” by Rita Kurtz, Selinsgrove
This entry was posted on June 14, 2013, in
Reader Photos and tagged art, arts, artwork, Daily Item, photography, photos, reader photos, summer, summertime, susquehanna valley, weather.
Yesterday, I attended the Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce’s awards luncheon. I took lots of photos, some good, others not. Here’s some extras:
ATHENA Award winner Tere Rill
Shamokin Dam mayor receiving the Dan Foss Heritage Award.
This entry was posted on March 15, 2013, in
Bonus Photos and tagged award, awards, business, business organization, chamber, chamber of commerce, GSVCC, photos, Susquehanna, susquehanna valley.
2012 has been a doozy, but now it’s on to bigger and better things – I hope!
Here’s a look through my eyes at some of the biggest stories in our area for 2012:
What were your big stories of the year?
This entry was posted on January 1, 2013, in
Uncategorized and tagged 2012, amish, amish mafia, Bigfoot, budget, budget issues, Daily Item, fiscal cliff, motorcycle, motorcycles, review, school, school budget, schools, susquehanna valley, year in review.
It’s supposed to snow big here in the Valley today, so make sure to
send me your snow pictures – I’ll post them here!
As I’ve previously discussed, I’m not a huge fan of snow – but I’m excited to see what it looks like across the area when the two to four inches hits us this afternoon.
And apparently a lot of people in the area are big fans of snow:
Keep checking at
dailyitem.com for updates on snow conditions and any road closings, and I’ll let you know what I’m seeing out and about tomorrow.
This entry was posted on December 26, 2012, in
Uncategorized and tagged Daily Item, facebook, snow, snowing, snows, social, social media, storm, Susquehanna, susquehanna valley, weather, winter, winter weather.
The past several days, the Valley has woken up to some incredibly thick fog.
I’m half expecting flesh-eating monsters to crawl out from the depths of it as I drive to work.
Here’s some photos I took- email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with yours!:
Last week, I talked with some Christmas tree growers who said the first weekend in December is the most popular for people to buy their trees. Looks like they were right: social media blew up this weekend with photos of newly decorated trees from around the region. Here’s a few.
This entry was posted on December 3, 2012, in
Uncategorized and tagged Christmas, christmas trees, photos, social media, storify, sunbury, sunbury pa, susquehanna valley, tree, trees, Twitter.