Wyoming County commissioners (seated, from left) Tom Henry, Rick Wilbur, and Ernie King welcomed Wyoming County Cultural Center director Erica Rogler (standing, left) and Tunkhannock Public Library director Dellana Diovisalvo to the courthouse on Tuesday to reveal this years books and movies for the annual Wyoming County Reads initiative. StoryContinue Reading

Among those working to improve the new Seneca Trail Park in Eaton Township are (top, from left) Eaton Township supervisors Abe Kukuchka and Paul Rowker, Dr. Gere Reisinger of the Seneca Nation, and township resident Linda Coolbaugh. Above, Wyoming County commissioner Ernie King (seated) bears witness to the exchange ofContinue Reading

Edited from Submitted Material The Wyoming County Commissioners expressed their shock at the announcement that Commonwealth Tyler Memorial Hospital was closing all operations except for Urgent Care and limited laboratory and X-Ray capabilities. According to a media release from the commissioners office, each of them received personal calls from hospitalContinue Reading

Gene Dziak, Director of Wyoming County Emergency Management, has asked Tunkhannock Rotary to manage volunteers for an upcoming COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic. The event will be held two-days for eight hours each on an unconfirmed weekend at a location yet to be determined. Volunteers are being asked to commit to aContinue Reading

Submitted Article Rep. Karen Boback (Lackawanna/Luzerne/Wyoming) and Sen. Lisa Baker (20th District) have announced three recipients of Growing Greener Grants from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) in Wyoming County. “Even during difficult times, it is important to work together to help keep Pennsylvania clean,” said Boback (above). “ThroughoutContinue Reading

The Wyoming County Commissioners met on Friday morning and decided unanimously to keep all courthouse offices closed until Wednesday, Nov. 18.  In an email sent out by commissioner chair Rick Wilbur, he explained, “This will give 14 days for those on quarantine that were exposed on or before election dayContinue Reading