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Wyoming County is taking more steps in planning for a mass COVID-19 vaccine clinic by asking for a little help from the community. Read more

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John and Ashley Bunnell of Springville, have always been interested in helping others, especially those who may need a little extra on the roa… Read more

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Spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting evolution of regional educational systems, Junior Achievement of NEPA announced it will mov… Read more

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Based on the 2017 non-fiction book ‘Nomadland: Surviving America in the 21st Century,’ ‘Nomadland’ has been hailed by critics and appeared in … Read more

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Last spring, a group of seventh graders in the Tunkhannock Area STEM Academy, took it upon themselves to explore ‘what’s so cool about manufac… Read more

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Ever since Virginia Wiernusz was a little girl, her parents always said that she was “busy like a bee.” Read more

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February is National Heart Health Month in America, and in the time of COVID-19, cardiologists say that heart health is now more important than ever. Read more

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Pa. House Speaker Bryan Cutler, R-Lancaster, has announced the appointment of Rep. Karen Boback, R-Harveys Lake, to serve on the Pennsylvania … Read more

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Last week, many patrons came into the library to stock up on reading materials and use the computers between snowstorms. It’s tax season and t… Read more

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Pa. House Speaker Bryan Cutler, R-Lancaster, has announced the appointment of Rep. Karen Boback, R-Harveys Lake, to serve on the Pennsylvania … Read more

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Last week, many patrons came into the library to stock up on reading materials and use the computers between snowstorms. It’s tax season and t… Read more

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Edinboro University celebrated the academic success of nearly 600 students during virtual undergraduate and graduate commencement ceremonies i… Read more

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Tears were streaming down Esther’s face and Ronnie and I were awestruck with the cinematic artistry of the movie Nomadland that we had just sc… Read more

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I have some good news and some bad news to share with all of you. The bad news is that the snow we have is not proper snowman building snow. M… Read more

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As we look out the window to the fields, each morning the snow is glistening with the sun shining on it. Such a beautiful winter picture that … Read more

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Greetings all! First things first, I have been asked to pass this along: Factoryville Public Library ongoing hours are: Thursday, 10 a.m.-1 p.… Read more

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We had a couple of nice days last week, especially Sunday. There was snow in between those nice days but nothing we couldn’t handle. We’re bec… Read more

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Record-breaking cold and winter storms across much of the U.S. have had a significant impact on blood and platelet donations. The American Red… Read more

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Kyle and Kennidy (Finch) Chidester of Springville are pleased to announce the birth of a daughter at Moses Taylor Hospital, Scranton, on Feb. 16. Read more

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State Police at Dunmore responded to a motor vehicle accident on Feb. 20 in South Abington Township. Read more

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Congrats to our Lion wrestlers, District 2 AA Champs! Back-to-back titles, 2020 and 2021. Also congratulations again to the Lady Lions on the … 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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Seven Loaves Soup Kitchen Board of Director’s President Raleigh Bloch was the guest speaker at the Feb. 18 Tunkhannock Rotary Zoom meeting. Bl… Read more

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Governor Tom Wolf signed the 13th renewal of his January 2018 opioid disaster declaration to help the state fight the opioid and heroin epidemic. Read more

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News around town is somewhat hard to come by these days, with the CDC continuing to discourage gatherings. Even with the numbers of infections… Read more

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The Tunkhannock Area School Board met Thursday to consider a pay raise for teachers, but instead got an earful of withering pleas from parents… Read more

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The Fox Road bridge in Bardwell, over the South Branch of the Tunkhannock Creek, got an airing last Wednesday. Read more

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A 27-year-old Scranton man faces at least 10 months in county jail for a drug possession charge from 2018, and even more time probation for fl… Read more

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Factoryville Borough Council looked into estimated costs for a new roof on the borough building at their virtual meeting on Wednesday night (F… Read more

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The annual free Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program from the University of Scranton will be contact-free this year to follow COVID-19 heal… Read more

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UGI Electric Division has filed a request with the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission to increase its base rates for electric distribution… Read more

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The Wyoming County Recycling Center is marking its 20th anniversary of providing a place for people to drop off their recyclables. Read more

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During a time when COVID-19 has dominated care at U.S. hospitals, local medical facilities are trying to make sure non-COVID patients are gett… Read more

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Going off to college for the first time can be one of the most exciting achievements of a student’s life, the first time they have to learn ho… Read more

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The Tunkhannock Public Library and the Dietrich Theater would like to invite everyone to read ‘The Old Man and the Sea’ and ‘A Farewell to Arm… Read more

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It has been a snowy winter, but between snow storms the Tunkhannock Public Library has been busy with patrons choosing books, movies, magazine… Read more

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It was a clogged sink in the Sheldon Studio that brought Jim Hudock into the Dietrich Theater family way back in 2004, our early days of becom… Read more