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Congressional district could change

A proposed redrawn map of the state’s congressional districts melds six northeast counties and part of a seventh into a single district, changing the local political landscape for members of Congress, their challengers and constituents. (read more)

TASB gets consolidation move update

While the regular school year for Tunkhannock Area is unfolding with mostly business as usual with a few interruptions from snow days and the like, the Tunkhannock school board got a bit of an update Thursday night on the consolidation process leading into the next school year, 2018-19. (read more)

Federal grand jury indicts local dentist

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SCRANTON - A Wyoming County dentist now faces federal charges he illegally prescribed medications to an Olyphant woman with whom investigators say he had a romantic relationship. (read more)

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Coalition offers HOPE in county

The Wyoming County HOPE coalition was officially formed on Thursday at the EMA building in Tunkhannock. (read more)

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Two couples mark total of 131 years of marriage

It’s Valentine’s Day and two couples in Tunkhannock have a extra special reason to celebrate. Robert and Lucille Hobbes have been married for 65 years, while Alfred and Eleanor Pero have marked 66 years of wedded bliss. (read more)

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Giants head south for baseball

The Keystone College baseball team will hit the diamond for the first time in 2018 for a three-game affair at the Diamond/Armstrong Invitational starting Friday afternoon in Fayetteville, North Carolina. (read more)

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TASB gets consolidation move update

While the regular school year for Tunkhannock Area is unfolding with mostly business as usual with a few interruptions from snow days and the like, the Tunkhannock school board got a bit of an update Thursday night on the consolidation process leading into the next school year, 2018-19. (read more)