The Mile Hill Auto Parts family of employees includes (from left) Chris Henry, Tim Henry, Robert Drobish, Tom Henry, Melissa Stonier, and Seth Johnston. Photos and story by Rick Hiduk (originally published in Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce magazine Impact) In 1977, Tom Henry of Tunkhannock decided to build and
Story and photos by Rick Hiduk (originally published in the Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce Impact Magazine) Ben Spencer, owner of Spencer Fitness at 146 Lawson Lane, off Rt. 6 west of Tunkhannock, understands that the journey to a healthy lifestyle is different for every individual. Variables in age, body
Creekside Gardens on Village Lane off Rt. 29 south of Tunkhannock is open Tuesday through Sunday. Check out their Facebook page for specific times and special activities. In June, Sherry and Kevin Kukuchka were anxious to get planting underway in the butterfly house behind them so they can start the
Lance Dunham (top), owner of L. D. Guide Service, is ready to get you out on the Susquehanna River. Philadelphia lawyer Dick Rivers (above) was the instigator and a longtime supporter of Lance Dunham’s development of his business. Rivers passed away in 2013 after one more boat ride on the river
Moody & Associates employees gather outside the office in Athens (top) that they moved into this past summer. Project manager Tracy Cole (above) works indirectly with gas companies, collecting residential water samples and sending them to a lab, after which the data is packaged in a report for the landowner.
As the state and much of the country deal with a new round of closings and crowd restrictions associated with the pandemic, the trucking industry must keep moving. We need truckers to continue to supply our food and other necessities. While some businesses face an uncertain future with no clear