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Tyler Memorial Hospital announced plans on Monday, July 26, to transition operations to focus on outpatient services, ending emergency room se… Read more

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A 27-year-old male wanted for the shooting of another man in Mehoopany on July 6, was arrested early Sunday morning in Tunkhannock Township. Read more

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The Tunkhannock Area School Board voted Thursday to close the Mehoopany Elementary School for K-2 students. The school had been opened in 2020… Read more

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A little school inside Pilgrim Holiness Church in Tunkhannock, will have a new location in the future. 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… Read more

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A burglar stole $1,000 worth of beverages and clams from Dalton Fire Company’s outdoor, walk-in cooler at the carnival grounds on West Main St… Read more

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The library would like to thank recent contributors to the Annual Appeal: John and Linda Yablonski; David and Phyllis Billings; Kelly McAndrew… Read more

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Peter Petokas, biology professor at Lycoming College, immersed a very fascinated Dietrich Theater audience of children and adults into the wor… Read more

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The Wyoming Seminary Upper School at Kingston congratulates the following local graduates: Grace Adams of Dallas, Dakota Banks of Dallas, Jose… Read more

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Due to a reporter’s error, a story titled ‘Popular BBQ Joint back in Laceyville,’ published on Page 10 in the July 21 edition of the Wyoming C… 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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My son, Lloyd Farr and wife, Janet and my great grandson, Gavin left on Friday to return to their home in Rome, Ga. We’ll miss their company a… Read more

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July is almost over! I can’t even understand how this summer has been flying by. Perhaps, it is because of the Read more

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Despite the recent, long spate of rainy days, last weekend’s short string of dry ones allowed for some much sought-after outdoor activity. So … Read more

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It’s been nice to have a few days without rain. It’s what we needed to get some yard work done and for the gardens to dry out a bit. Read more

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Nicholson Bridge Days will be here before you know it. Joan Kupetsky, President of the Nicholson Women’s Club, sent out a reminder to local ve… Read more

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The following Pennsylvania Department of Transportation work is scheduled through July 31 throughout Wyoming County. Please note all work depe… Read more

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Tucker and Becki Tonge of Tunkhannock are pleased to announce the birth of a daughter on July 19 at Moses Taylor Hospital, Scranton. Read more

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The quilt raffle which has always been a major part of the annual Montrose Blueberry Festival to benefit the Susquehanna County Library Associ… Read more

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The Trehab Community Resource Center of Wyoming County is located at 102 Warren Street, Tunkhannock. Call 570-836-75028 or visit on Facebook a… Read more

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The Wyoming County Community Health Foundation is inviting nonprofit organizations serving Wyoming County and surrounding counties to submit L… Read more

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The Falls Active Adult Center sponsored by the Area Agency on Aging for Luzerne/Wyoming counties announced its schedule of activities for August. Read more

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The State Senate passed landmark legislation that will save children’s lives. Senate Bill 78, also known as Kayden’s Law, is legislation that … Read more

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We had great weather this past weekend. Finally. I had a little celebration on Saturday afternoon for my daughter, Allison, who recently gradu… Read more

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The Wyoming County Heart & Soul program, sponsored by the Pennsylvania Humanities was launched on the grounds of the Wyoming County Chambe… Read more

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It’s been a long 14 years since Mary Robertson lost her son, Army Staff Sgt. Steven Tudor, who was killed in the line of duty in Operation Ira… Read more

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It was a shadow of its former self Friday night, but no one was complaining as the Dietrich Theater opened for a film festival for the first t… Read more

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Factoryville Borough Council members started their July 14 meeting with a long moment of silence to remember former Mayor Earl Huff, who died … Read more

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Elk Lake Superintendent Ken Cuomo opened Wednesday night’s school board meeting with a moment of silence for an eighth grade student who had t… Read more

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When Tenny Rupnick preaches to her congregation every Sunday, there is one message she wants her parishioners to never forget. Read more

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Local youngsters got a chance to test their minds and creative sides all while using the many amenities Keystone College has to offer. Read more