How many heirloom quilts does it take to fill a church? The congregation of Tunkhannock United Methodist Church seeks the answer to that question for each Tunkhannock Fall Fest. Quilting instructors Gail Jones (above. Left) and Ingrid Rogler hold a batik quilt featuring the four seasons that will be onContinue Reading

Lake Winola Fire Company members (top, from left) TJ Tomlin, Nate Evans, Paul Miller, Ed Carpenter, Gene Dziak, Ben Cannella, Eddie Dziak, Ed Hawk, Gene Dziak, Mary Ann Morgan, and (in window) Billy Dziak prepare for Triton Hose Company’s annual fireman’s parade on Thursday evening. Above, Wyalusing Valley High SchoolContinue Reading

When the Historic Tunkhannock Walking Tour was introduced in 2016, it was welcomed by the community and visitors to Wyoming County alike for its cataloging of 39 iconic structures and a cemetery in the county seat. Initially, the information was available only in a pocket-sized brochure designed for self-guided toursContinue Reading

The Blue Star Moms of NEPA (top) were visited by fellow member Rep. Karen Boback at their Founder’s Day booth. From left are, Michele Kosty, Karen Kalie, Bernadette Beamer, and Chris Decker. Brilliant weather brought thousands of people into town for the annual celebration. Photos by By Rick Hiduk TheContinue Reading

The Clauses arrive in downtown Tunkhannock in grand style. Photos and story by Rick Hiduk (Also published in the Rocket-Courier) People came from miles around to enjoy Christmas in Our Hometown in Tunkhannock this past weekend, cheering Santa and Mrs. Claus as they arrived via horse-drawn wagon, enjoying holiday treatsContinue Reading

Employees and managers celebrating the 30th anniversary of J.R’s Hallmark in Tunkhannock on Saturday were (top, from left) Jen Crary, Lisa Strunk, Janet Shoemaker, Glenda Shoemaker, Casey Sickler, Donald Miller and Laitlyn Markovitz. (kraynacks) Charlie and Jo-Ann Kraynack (above) of East Lemon enjoy some cake at J.R’s Hallmark on Oct. 20.Continue Reading