Thursday Edition | November 26, 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

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

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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…