Participants in the first Wyoming County Prison Board meeting of 2020 included (clockwise, from right) county clerk Bill Gaylord, district attorney Jeff Mitchell, warden Ken Repsher, public defender Tim Michaels, solicitor Paul Litwin III, and commissioners Tom Henry, Rick Wilbur, and Ernie King. Deputy warden Gordon Traveny is seated atContinue Reading

In the six months that the Trehab Community Resource Center of Wyoming County has been providing direct services and referrals for local residents, the number of volunteers has grown slowly and steadily, but more helpers are needed. “The overall number of volunteer hours recorded has been impressive,” Ryan Taylor, theContinue Reading

  Submitted Article Leo clubs encourage youths to develop leadership qualities by participating in social service activities in our local area. They conduct various projects in the fields of health care, elders, children, disabled people, literacy, education, and self-development. If you have a child between the ages of 12-17, weContinue Reading

Montrose High School social studies and history teacher Hillori Schenker (above, second from right) and students (from left) James Grisafi, Beth Cook, and Anna Campbell told the audience of the EMHR’s public meeting in Susquehanna County how much they have learned about local history thanks to the EMHR’s financial supportContinue Reading

A blanket of snow in Susquehanna County that has more or less eluded the rest of the Endless Mountains this winter might not even last the weekend at Lake Montrose with mild temperatures today and heavy rain showers forecast tomorrow. Photos and Weather synopsis by Rick Hiduk The long termContinue Reading

Participants in and supporters of the Tiny House project at Tunkhannock Area High School include (front, from left) students Roger Walters, Alex McCarthy, Alec Yadloski, Terry Anderson, Ella Laroni, Harry Thrash, Alex Pierce, Owen Wood, Michael Prebola, John Vogle, (back) faculty members and community members Sasha Werle, Pete Swart, JeffContinue Reading