Facebook post alarms authorities

A social media post on Facebook last week by a former Tunkhannock Area student contained perceived threats against the district but authorities are not sure about the credibility of that post. (read more)

Districting plan gets replaced

The Congressional Redistricting plan announced in this newspaper last week, was subsequently rejected by Gov. Tom Wolf, and has been replaced by a plan which the Pennsylvania Supreme Court came up with on Monday, Feb. 19, as a result of a self-imposed deadline so that interested candidates could file and get on the ballot in time for the May 15 primary. (read more)

Huber to join planners

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The Wyoming County Commissioners voted on Tuesday to appoint Stacy Huber of Tunkhannock to the Wyoming County Planning Commission. (read more)

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Nativity serves up pierogies

Carol Gerzarowski of Tunkhannock recently paid the ultimate compliment to the pierogies being produced at Nativity B.V.M. Catholic Church of Tunkhannock. (read more)

Factoryville residents voice noise concerns

Three College Avenue residents gave Factoryville Borough Council a piece of their minds last Wednesday regarding continuing rowdiness by renters, allegedly students, and their friends. (read more)

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TASB gets consolidation move update

While the regular school year for Tunkhannock Area is unfolding with mostly business as usual with a few interruptions from snow days and the like, the Tunkhannock school board got a bit of an update Thursday night on the consolidation process leading into the next school year, 2018-19. (read more)