Friday Edition | July 30, 2021

Tyler Memorial Hospital announced plans on Monday, July 26, to transition operations to focus on outpatient services, ending emergency room services after 11:59 p.m. on October 23, 2021; admissions for acute inpatient care and surgical services will stop earlier. Read more

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Scott Nichols is in awe of his own designs. “Some of the things I make, a lot of the things, I don’t know if they’re going to come out as good as they do,” he said. “I do shock myself almost e… Read more

The library would like to thank recent contributors to the Annual Appeal: John and Linda Yablonski; David and Phyllis Billings; Kelly McAndrew; Paula Giorgio; Lois Legg; Michael and Krista Pas… Read more

Peter Petokas, biology professor at Lycoming College, immersed a very fascinated Dietrich Theater audience of children and adults into the world of hellbenders, the third largest salamander in Read more

On the basis of his running resume, Tunkhannock resident Ben Robinson made the cut to be a part of the 2021 World Skyrunning Championships in … Read more

After the first cancellation in the history of the all-star football clash, caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the summer tradition of the 87… Read more

Each year, about 18,000 kids in Pennsylvania have some type of contact with the criminal justice system. Most of these young people are in tro…

Controversy is so intertwined with the modern Olympics that it might as well be one of the interlocking rings on the Olympic flag. But this ye…

Thanks to the Dietrich Theater/Wyoming County Cultural Center for hosting Susquehanna River Day last Saturday and for recent TAHS grad Jack Ch…

”He went from those really little shoes to the big ones he filled as my Army hero.”

It’s impossible to calculate the full impact of the opioid addiction crisis. But it is necessary to put a price on some pharmaceutical manufac…