Public: Reduce prison population

Several members of the public made a passionate plea at the Wyoming County Commissioners meeting Tuesday, asking that something be done about the county’s record-breaking inmate population. (read more)

Elk Lake prepares for return

Everything is shaping up within the Elk Lake School District, in preparation for when students return to classes on Monday, Aug. 29. (read more)

Mehoopany school water woes remain

Although classes in the Tunkhannock Area School District resume today, students in Mehoopany Elementary School will remain without its well providing drinking water for the foreseeable future. (read more)

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P&G Mehoopany marks milestone

WASHINGTON TWP.-The Procter & Gamble plant in Wyoming County pulled out all the stops for its 50th birthday celebration Thursday with a pep talk from the parent company’s president and chief executive officer. (read more)

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Mobile Food Pantry helps feed the hungry

Things were busy at the Factoryville United Methodist Church on Friday afternoon. Many people stood next to boxes filled with celery, snap beans, green bell peppers and other fresh produce. (read more)


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Home builder gets time in jail

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Wyoming Homes owner David Dominic Valenti, 63, of Moosic, was sentenced last Wednesday (July 13) to 9-18 months in county jail for deceptive business practice in a case involving a man who hoped to relocate to Tunkhannock Township. (read more)