Plummer reelected District Judge

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David Plummer was reelected Tuesday in a hotly contested battle for Magisterial District Judge across the eastern part of Wyoming County. (read more)

Terroristic acts yield jail time

A 59-year-old Tunkhannock man who pleaded guilty in September to terroristic acts last June against a female acquaintance and her children was sentenced Wednesday in the Wyoming County Court of Common Pleas to up to 23 and a half months in county jail. (read more)

Chamber gets big $1M grant

The Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce got big news Tuesday morning as the Commonwealth Financing Authority announced it would be getting a $1 million grant to cover pipeline costs of getting gas to the Tunkhannock market. (read more)

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Grad reminds to say thanks

Lt. Col. George Gay Jr., USMC retd., took time out during a Veterans Day address to students Friday at the same Tunkhannock High School he graduated from in 1958, to take notice of the ‘largely invisible’ people who serve or have served in the military. (read more)

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Spokesman mantle passes at P&G plant

For almost a dozen years, Alex Fried has served as the face of the mammoth Procter & Gamble- Mehoopany plant, spearheading local corporate philanthropy, but also answering tough questions of the media. (read more)

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Hunters bank on good bear season

An abundance of fall foods will have a huge black-bear population on the move as hunters head out Nov. 18 for the opening day of Pennsylvania’s four-day statewide firearms bear season. (read more)

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Terroristic acts yield jail time

A 59-year-old Tunkhannock man who pleaded guilty in September to terroristic acts last June against a female acquaintance and her children was sentenced Wednesday in the Wyoming County Court of Common Pleas to up to 23 and a half months in county jail. (read more)