LW woman arrested for endangerment

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A 50-year-old Lake Winola woman is in county jail after her arrest Friday on felony reckless endangerment charges that she allowed a seven-year-old in her care to have contact with a known Megan’s Law offender. (read more)

Memorial Day services remember

Next Monday, May 29, is Memorial Day. While most government offices are closed, organizations across Wyoming County will honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice in defense of freedom with parades and special services. (read more)

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Scouts lift up service

A special group of people carefully searched among the graves at Sunnyside Cemetery in Tunkhannock on Saturday, seeking the resting spots of veterans who have passed beyond the vale. (read more)

Elk Lake moves three faculty to part-time

Three Elk Lake High School teachers were moved from full-time to part-time status for the coming school year, as the school board took action at its Thursday, May 18, meeting to make staff cuts due to declining student enrollment. (read more)

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Township residents air concerns about zoning

About 30 people showed up at the Tunkhannock Township Planning Commission on Thursday, to ask questions and express their opinions about the proposal to incorporate zoning into the community. (read more)

Making band fun helps attract students

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Anyone who plays a musical instrument will confirm that it takes a great deal of dedication and commitment to do it well.So what can be done to attract an elementary school student to become a band member, investing the necessary time and effort to give a (read more)

Legal services help available for seniors

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Participants at the Active Adult Center in Tunkhannock were recently provided valuable information on the various legal and medical resources that are available to people in their age group. Peggy Engle and Bill McLaughlin, representing North Penn Legal S (read more)

Veteran recalls Japanese devastation

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When he joined the Marines in 1945, Nick Kordilla provided his mother with a rare distinction. “I was 18 or 19 at the time,” he recalled and living in Nesquehoning, Carbon County. “Three of us went up to Wilkes-Barre and we all enlisted. The other two guy (read more)

Bluegrass jam session a musical treat

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There are number of rare gems scattered throughout Wyoming County just waiting to be discovered by the public. And the ensemble of bluegrass musicians who hold a weekly jam session at the East Lemon United Methodist Church is one of them. Every Friday, fr (read more)

Checking out more than books

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Residents in the area of the Springville Fire Co. will now be able to borrow and exchange books at no cost thanks to a collaboration between the Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center, the United Way and Southwestern Energy, with regional headqua (read more)

Downtown the heart and soul of community

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Community and business leaders throughout the area were presented valuable information on Wednesday on how use downtown areas to their best advantage during the Pa. Route 6 Downtown Summit at the Comfort Inn in Tunkhannock. The event was sponsored by the (read more)

DCED’s Davin: Tourism fuels economy

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Every dollar spent by Pennsylvania on tourism generates $3.60 in tax revenue throughout the state. That’s according to Dennis M. Davin, Pennsylvania’s Secretary of the Department of Community and Economic Development, who was the keynote speaker on Thursd (read more)


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ZY Pyrotechnics engineers fireworks show

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The Fourth of July is over, and many people throughout the area enjoyed one of the great traditional forms of holiday entertainment - fireworks. One of the largest local displays in the area was the Tunkhannock Rotary Club’s fireworks display held Sunday (read more)