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Carrie Hagen

In 1860, with the Union in peril, Tioga County sent the rail-splitter to the White House. more

Oct 26, 2016 3:00 PM People & Life

In 1874, before police squads and with robbers on horseback, it took a posse to chase down justice. more

May 27, 2016 1:05 PM People & Life

Did Wellsboro’s homegrown governor harbor a killer on the run? more

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In the Wake of the Tempest

By Nigel P. Kent

You’d never know it, but a few minutes before I took this picture I was sheltering from a heavy rain storm under a pine tree. A fisherman, who had been sheltering in a cove on the other side of the lake, began to paddle back to the boat ramp as the sky cleared, the lake calmed, and the sunset painted the sky.