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Wyoming County voters go to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 2, for a pair of hotly contested local county races near the top of the ticket and an asso… Read more

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Although a so-called citizens’ committee called recently to abolish the entire Tunkhannock Area School Board, mostly because it didn’t like th… Read more

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Wyoming County Democrats had a pep talk Saturday morning attempting to energize the faithful leading into the November 2 election. Read more

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A Lackawanna County judge ordered a Scranton man charged with killing his wife to undergo a mental health examination with a psychiatrist hire… Read more

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Lackawanna County detectives arrested a Dalton woman Monday evening after she sold cocaine to a confidential informant, investigators said. Read more

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Wyoming County Commissioners announced the county has received funding to help low-income families with home repairs. Read more

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Drawing and illustration have always been a passion for Jack Schneider. He is now looking to share that passion with others. Read more

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A new recreational activity is coming to Christy Mathewson Park in Factoryville, a game residents have been waiting to play for a long time. Read more

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A year after reporting one of the lowest numbers of flu cases in recent memory, infectious disease doctors are encouraging people to not skip … Read more

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I still want to see ‘Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It,’ but I am glad that the movie that Ronnie Harvey scheduled to replace … Read more

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The library would like to thank recent contributors to the Annual Appeal: Connie Lanning; Janine Dubik; Richard Jones; and Joanne Kerschner. T… Read more

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“Information Technology is the engine that drives today’s digital economy, and the new Applications Development Certificate is a great way to … Read more

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(Editor’s Note: what follows is an attempt at a comprehensive listing of various types of support groups available to Wyoming County residents… Read more

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Sadie Conrad was a flower girl in a wedding recently. Along with her parents, Jeremy and Heather, she attended the wedding and had a great tim… Read more

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Happy Halloween everyone. If you still don’t have your costume picked out, the Noxen Clothes Closet may be a good place to start shopping. The… Read more

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Wyoming County probation officers and Tunkhannock Borough police once again will be handing out glowsticks to children trick or treating or pa… Read more

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Weis Markets announced its pharmacies will begin offering booster doses of the Johnson & Johnson and Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to eligible … Read more

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The following Pennsylvania Department of Transportation work is scheduled through Oct. 30 throughout Wyoming County. Please note all work depe… Read more

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John Dougherty and Mackenzie Mead of Kingsley are pleased to announce the birth of a daughter, Adison Elaine Dougherty, at 2:35 p.m. on Oct. 1… Read more

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State Police at Tunkhannock responded to a motor vehicle accident on Oct. 22 in Laceyville Borough. Read more

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It’s hard to think of a beautiful winter landscape and the joys of Christmas right now, but why not. The Penn State Extension Master Gardeners… Read more

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Countryside Community Church welcomes area junior princesses, mermaids, witches, ghosts and goblins to its ‘Trunk or Treat’ Saturday, Oct. 30,… Read more

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Happy Halloween. Have a safe, candy filled weekend. Trick or treating in town will be Sunday, Oct. 31, from 6 to 8 p.m. The Nicholson Fire Com… Read more

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Keystone College has named Wyoming County Board of Commissioners Chair and Keystone alumnus Rick Wilbur as the newest member of its Board of T… Read more

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Greetings all. Nov. 2 is fast approaching – election day! I have news that concerns those who vote in Region One for Lackawanna Trail School D… Read more

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A Jefferson Township man died Thursday evening in a crash in Clinton Township that closed Route 6 for six hours. Read more

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Rep. Karen Boback, R-Harveys Lake, majority chairwoman of the House Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness Committee, announced a first-e… Read more