Man accused of attempted homicide

A Factoryville man faces a litany of charges, including attempted homicide, after he threatened to kill his estranged wife and her parents over the weekend, authorities in Lackawanna County said. (read more)

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Narcan in place for EMTs

In the on-going efforts to provide as much protection as possible from the dramatic increase of illegal opiates, it was recently announced that every basic life support unit used by all emergency responders throughout Wyoming County will be equipped with the drug Narcan. (read more)

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County honors voter loyalty

Local voters with an impressive unbroken 50-year record of casting their ballots at the polls were recognized on Tuesday during the Wyoming County Commissioners meeting. (read more)

Child porn nets 28-72 months in prison

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A 27-year-old Lake Winola man whom detectives discovered some 7,000 images of child pornography, on his home computer, is facing 28-72 months in state prison after being sentenced Wednesday by Wyoming County President Judge Russell Shurtleff. (read more)

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Witter honored for AI service

For more than 50 years, Richard Witter of Mehoopany has filed a special niche in the agricultural field by providing farmers with bull semen, allowing them to selective breed their cows. (read more)

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Balanced offense boosts Lions

When Thomas Huffsmith didn’t run through the Northwest Area defense, James Gillespie ran around it. When Gillespie didn’t run around it, Nathan Rolka and Matt Bergey were going over the top of it. (read more)

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Traditions preserved at Noxen powwow

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NOXEN — In the cool of the morning, Bear Two Arrows sat beneath a makeshift canopy next to his “teaching teepee” waiting for the day’s first visitors at the 11th Annual Noxen Fall Intertribal Powwow. “I’m Susquehanna,” he said proudly. “My people, they we (read more)