Semi-pro football in Sayre,Pa., in the 1940’s is profiled in the Fall issue of the Sayre Historical Society’s Quarterly history magazine. The story includes a series of photographs donated by Guy Liguori that includes several of his father, Augie Liguori, who played on the... Read More.
More than $120,000 was raised for the Sayre House of Hope at the annual Guthrie Gala, making it the most profitable fundraiser to date and pushing the total raised to more than $1M over the past 12 years. The Sayre House of Hope is... Read More.
The Sayre Historical Society is starting its 2020 annual fund drive by highlighting the past year’s achievements of the all-volunteer historic preservation organization now completing its 30th year. A letter mailing campaign is in the process of seeking donations for the group which... Read More.
Sayre Rotary Club recently distributed dictionaries to each 3rd grade student in the Sayre (Pa.) Area School District -- H. Austin Snyder Elementary School and Epiphany School. Pictured are Sayre Rotarians preparing to hand out dictionaries to the students in these schools. Basic... Read More.
Bail has been set at $100,000 each for two people after a traffic stop by Sayre Borough Police led to felony drugs charges against them. Sayre police arrested 47-year-old Denise Mae Turner, of Athens, and 32-year-old Dwayne Roberts of Rochester, NY. Turner was initially... Read More.
Guthrie’s Good Grief Day Camp concluded its 20th year with another successful experience for the campers, junior counselors and adult volunteers. This camp is held for children ages 6 through 18 who have experienced the death of a loved one. It provides an atmosphere... Read More.
Guthrie has unveiled its new Emergency Department. The Level II Trauma Center at Robert Packer Hospital in Sayre serves eleven counties in north central Pennsylvania and south central New York. Dr. Marc Harris is the System Chairman for the Department of Emergency Medicine. He... Read More.
For the second time this year, members of Sayre Rotary recently held a work bee at the Guthrie Gardens as one of their many community service projects. Weeds were pulled and dug, unused raised beds were dismantled and, as officials said with a smile... Read More.
Sayre Rotary has announced the winners of this year’s Rotary essay contest from Sayre High School and honored them recently at Rotary's weekly luncheon. The 1st place winner was Heidi Elston, the 2nd place winner was Emily Sutryk and the 3rd place winner was... Read More.
A Sayre woman is facing five felony counts. State police say they arrested 32-year-old Amie Brown. She was charged with possession of a forged instrument. The alleged crime occurred in the town of Union last August. Brown was held on bond.