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20 Years Ago (1994)Tyler Memorial Hospital launched its 1994 annual campaign Wednesday, in an effort to raise $50,000 to purchase or upgrade medical equipment.Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wescott of Nicholson celebrated their 50th anniversary on April 9, and reca (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2014:04:04 11:57:47 If we’ve learned anything the last decade, it’s that technology, while unpredictable, is consistently revolutionizing the way our world runs.Business-owners and entrepreneurs got a glimpse of the future at Keystone College’s Additive Manufacturing Summit (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A Madison Norman, Anna Wohlgemuth, Abigail Wilson and Isabella Coleman hardly consider themselves scientists or engineers.But the four fifth graders from Lackawanna Trail Elementary Center bowled over the competition last Friday in building an eco-friendly (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2014:04:04 18:37:55 Four Keystone College senior art students who graduated from local high schools and are nearing the day when they will see Keystone in the rearview mirror finally got something they’ve been dreaming of Friday.Gallery space to show they had arrived.On Frid (read more)
As the community continues to speculate on the future of United Rehabilitation Services in Tunkhannock and other locations, people directly involved in the program are scrambling for alternate options.An annual public hearing tonight could serve as a foru (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A David Coppola has only been Keystone College President for nine months, but told a Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce audience it was never too late - or early - to think about the legacy “we are building and leave behind.”He acknowledged as a boy, growin (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A Grace Cope always dreamed of walking down a runway one day, clad in elegant garb - all eyes on her.Thanks to students from Misericordia University, that dream became a reality for the four-year-old, a recipient of the Make-A-Wish Foundation.Senior communi (read more)
The Lackawanna Trail School Board used its Monday night work session to review a nationally award-winning music video and to say thanks to a parting administrator.Connie Harris assembled around eight students at the board meeting to review the circumstanc (read more)
Tunkhannock Borough Council approved at its meeting Thursday a grouping of road repairs to be completed in the coming months.Councilman Bob Robinson explained that when the borough’s street committee met on March 24, it was determined that repairs need to (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A When Nicholson resident Joyce Harvey left her friend Francine Kiryluk’s hair salon last month, she had a thousand ideas running through her head.What kind of bulbs would work best? Who is an affordable electrician? What kind of permit should be applied fo (read more)