Sunday Edition | November 29, 2020

The Tunkhannock Area School Board last Wednesday (Nov. 18) received new information that the three COVID-positive cases identified two days earlier was now seven, and its members voted unanimously that classes would go completely virtual until Monday, Nov. 30. Read more

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Did you know that Rick Koval, WNEP naturalist and friend of the Dietrich Theater, has a museum in his basement? Yes, a museum of glowing minerals. Read more

One week prior to the spring school shutdowns, twelve Montrose athletes partook in a group conditioning exercise. The very next day, twelve El… Read more

Nearly 800,000 Pennsylvania voters already have mailed or personally delivered their ballots for the Nov. 3 general election, but they’re not …

We are pleased to announce the addition of Kevin McConlogue, a journalism graduate of Penn State’s main campus, to our Wyoming County Press Ex…