Nicholson Heritage Association members (top, from left) Marion Sweet and Joan Jenkins recently accommodated a visit from EMHR executive director Cain Chamberlin, Wyoming County commissioner Ernie King and his wife, Marie, to check the progress of renovations. Constructed in 1849, the building will become a museum to house historic artifactsContinue Reading

Improvements are in order at the Nicholson water plant off Brecht Hill Road if the Wyoming County Commissioners approve a recommendation by the county’s Housing & Redevelopment Authority for a CDBG grant to cover most of the estimated $215,600 cost. By Rick Hiduk (Exclusive to readers) The Nicholson WaterContinue Reading

What better way to tour Nicholson on Bridge Day than by horse and carriage? Steve Tourje of Golden Heart Carriage Services holds the reins (top) as driver Dorothy Cleary prepares to take another group of visitors around town on Sunday. Photos by Rick Hiduk (Exclusive to readers) Longtime NicolsonContinue Reading

T-Town Twirlers (top, from left) Coralynn McHenry, Olivia Knoss, Dorie Cosner, Elizabeth Storr, and Emily Hadsall perform a patriotic routine for Bridge Day patrons. Above, Ann Bach (left) and Wendy Morrison of Meshoppen check out some of the vendor wares for sale on Nicholson’s Bridge Day. Photos and story byContinue Reading

The borough of Nicholson in northeastern Wyoming County could have sustained major damage and incurred substantial financial distress on Jan. 23 when an ice jam in Martins Creek started to flood the town (above). Nicholson borough council president Dawn Bell (top, foreground), mayor Charles Litwin (center) and SWN production manager DaveContinue Reading

Photos and Story by Rick Hiduk The Wyoming County Commissioners chambers at the courthouse in Tunkhannock were filled on March 11, as representatives from Luzerne-Wyoming Counties Mental Health and Developmental Services (MH/DS), several elected officials, and clients served by the agency joined the regular meeting of the commissioners for aContinue Reading