Lake Carey 537 update ready

Tunkhannock Township and Lemon Township supervisors met Thursday, Sep. 22, and voted to open a long-awaited plan to address a sewage collection system around Lake Carey. (read more)

Mehoopany school water remains undrinkable

It was reported during the Tunkhannock Area School Board meeting on Thursday that a new chlorination system has finally been installed at the Mehoopany Elementary School. (read more)

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It’s quilt Saturday

In the not too distant past, if you stopped in Downtown Tunkhannock on the first Saturday in October, traffic slowed to a crawl as people gawked at quilts, and also enjoyed an unbelievable collection of venues to satisfy just about any quilt fancy. (read more)

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Ag Day teaches 4th graders

About 350 fourth graders from the Tunkhannock and Lackawanna Trail school districts got a hands-on look at the many aspects of agriculture on Thursday during the 13th Annual Ag Day. (read more)

EL board okays dual enrollment programs

At last Thursday’s Elk Lake School Boaard meetimg, members approved dual enrollment programs with Keystone College, Lackawanna College, and Luzerne County Community College, as were fee schedule adjustments. (read more)

Archery season opens this Saturday

Pennsylvania’s archery deer season begins this Saturday, Oct. 1, and its return is prompting the Pennsylvania Game Commission to issue some helpful reminders. (read more)


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Scientists monitor river for P&G

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You’ve probably heard the stereotype of the big company that pollutes the local environment in its endless quest for more profits. Fortunately for Wyoming County, Procter & Gamble has spent the past half century taking an active role in ensuring that this (read more)