Participants in the recent Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Symposium at the Dietrich Theater in Tunkhannock included, (standing, from left) John Alunni, Wyoming County human services administrator; Tom Henry, Wyoming County commissioner; and Leslie Cadden from Rep. Tina Pickett’s Tunkhannock district office. Seated are PA Office of Vocational Rehabilitation representatives Chris Zinkle,
Tunkhannock senior Collin Matosky-Bradbury (top, right) got his Microsoft Office training from instructor Rob Kuschke and is using it for a job at Milnes Engineering. Automotive Technology teacher Kyle Snover (above, right) provided the knowledge for Tunkhannock senior Tony Ostir to get a job at Northstar Stone as a vehicle mechanic.
Ali and Doug Wilson (above) and son, Huxley, celebrate the transition of the Howland Preserve into Vosburg Neck State Park. By Rick Hiduk (Originally published in Impact, a production of the Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce) The process of opening the Howland Preserve to the public in 2006, maintaining and
Submitted Article / Photo by Rick Hiduk A bill sponsored by Rep. Karen Boback (Lackawanna/Luzerne/Wyoming) to rename a Wyoming County bridge in honor of local veterans and first responders was sent to the governor’s desk for his signature after its unanimous final approval by the House of Representatives on Tuesday.
Lackawanna College vice president for college advancement Brian Costanzo welcomed PA Senate candidate Dave McCormick to the Tunkhannock Center on May 10, just one week before the primary elections that will determine whether or not McCormick advances to the general election in November. Prior to a tour and a roundtable
A map created by DavesRedsistricting.org (top) and supplied by Rep. Tina Pickett’s office shows how the 68th, 110th, and 111th districts for the Pennsylvania House of Representatives have been redrawn to reflect a supposed significant decrease in rural population. Pickett (above, right, with Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau director Jean Ruhf)
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. Story
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 of