Enjoying a visit from U.S. Representative Dan Meuser (center) to the Lackawanna College School of Petroleum & Natural Gas on April 3 were (from left) George Stark of Coterra, Christine Clayton of Commonwealth Charitable Management, Lackawanna College president Jill Murray, Eric Bednash of Racktop Systems, Ben Whitaker of Coterra, and
Edited from submitted materials The Penn State Extension Master Gardeners in Susquehanna County are partnering with the Montrose Area Adult School to host a trip to Fruition Seeds Farm in Naples, NY. Participants will spend Saturday, April 8 in the heart of the Finger Lakes district of western New York.
Lackawanna College School of Petroleum and Natural Gas students (from left) Victor Kanuik, Bobby Berta, Thomas Evans, and (not pictured) Amadou Bah are the first to take advantage of a new partnership between the School and the Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center to obtain a Class B CDL certification
Looking forward to putting a recently acquired dump truck into service at the CDL Training Center at the Susquehanna County Career & Technology Center are (from left) instructor James Billing, student Ryan Engstrom of New Milford, instructor Brian Eso, and students Matthew Orr of Meshoppen and Brendan Connolly of Montrose.
Classrooms and labs are nearing completion at the new Tunkhannock Center of Lackawanna College, where Fall Semester classes will begin on Aug. 30. Hundreds of people toured the facility on Aug. 5 prior to and after a ribbon cutting ceremony involving elected officials and leaders in the energy industries. It
Lake Winola resident Kaitlyn Hug (top) was all smiles after receiving her CDL certification from SCCTC in May. Above, Leadership Wyoming classmates get a briefing on the wide range of programs available at SCCTC from (back, left) Dr. Alice Davis and (right) Tammi Mowry. By Rick Hiduk (Also published in
Congressman Fred Keller (top photo, third from left) asks questions about the School of Petroleum & Natural Gas at the new Lackawanna College Tunkhannock Center on May 5. Participants in the tour included (from left) School of PNG director Sue Gumble, Sen. Lisa Baker, Wyoming County commissioners Rick Wilbur and
SCCTC CDL Training Center instructors Brian Eso (above, left) and Dale Fisher (right) flank current student drivers (from left) Josh Harris of Tunkhannock, Corey Miller of Laceyville, and Cody Quick and Mike Noldy of Lawton in front of the new truck donated to the school by Kenworth of PA. The
Submitted Article The Bradford County Library will present a program on “Mature Driving” with Michael Diehl of the Highway Safety Network on Wednesday, Jan. 6 at 6 pm via Zoom. The program is designed to educate mature drivers in an attempt to reduce injuries and fatalities due to traffic crashes
Work is underway at the former Thomas’ Supermarket building in Tunkhannock Township (top) for its renovation into a new School of Petroleum & Natural Gas for Lackawanna College. Working with an oscilloscope, which graphically displays varying signal voltages, are School of PNG students (from right) Victoria Clark of Springville, Jared