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Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2014:10:21 08:38:27 The Wyoming County Planning Commission voted Wednesday night to reach a settlement with D&I Silica which has a legal action against the county for rejecting its land development application for Tunkhannock Twp. in July. (read more)
20 Years Ago (1994) Charles F. Kennedy, recently retired from Procter & Gamble and a member of Keystone’s board of trustees since 1972, has been appointed interim president at the junior college. A recent farewell party was held at Tyler for Dr. Dayton Sh (read more)
Lackawanna Trail school board accepted the resignation of suspended English teacher, Michael Petherick, at its meeting last Tuesday night (Oct. 14). The resignation was effective immediately. Petherick had been suspended after facing felony criminal charg (read more)
The proposed D&I Silica sand plant has ruffled the feathers of a number of Tunkhannock residents. During Tuesday morning’s county commissioners meeting 10-15 Tunkhannock and Eaton Township residents attended to address the proposed plant which is under li (read more)
Students at Keystone College have experimented with 3-D printing for about eight years, but soon their efforts will take center stage thanks to a state grant. The college won a nearly $300,000 grant to create the area’s first 3-D printing center on campus (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2014:10:12 13:58:21 (Editor’s Note: Thanks to Mark Mitchell for providing this recollection of an activity that has spanned a century.) One hundred years ago on Oct. 7, 1914 to be exact, a small group of young women in the Springville/Lynn/Lymanville area in Susquehanna Coun (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2014:10:16 19:20:32 Persons attending last Thursday’s Endless Mountains Heritage Region meeting got a first look at a new Management Action Plan and also updates on the local Seneca Trail. After a buffet dinner, a presentation was given by Eve Holberg, of Peter J. Smith and (read more)