Photo by Rick Hiduk Several Future Business Leaders of America members from Tunkhannock Area High School were among the participants of the Legislative Breakfast hosted by the Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce at Stone Hedge Golf Club this morning. Key speakers included (seated, right) State Sen. Lisa Baker, (center) State
Tunkhannock Area High School business students (above, front, from left) Caitlin Nicodemus, Kira DeRemer, Alexis Mock, Jane Kircher, Angela Colbenson, (back) Christian Corker, Chris Jaskulski, Keegan Cook, Ethan Hoefert, and Tony Mastroianni and TAHS school-to-career coordinator John Shaffer were special guests at the Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce Educational
Bob Brown of Woodstone Home Investments (top, front right) poses a question about cyber security to Tim Tewksbury of PS Bank (above, left with Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce president Gina Suydam) during an educational luncheon sponsored by the Chamber and held at The Warren Hotel in Tunkhannock on Dec.
The site of the former Lazy Daisy Alpacas store and Atty. Jami Hearn’s office at 28 E. Tioga Street (top) in Tunkhannock will be used from Nov. 25 to Dec. 18 by area businesses taking advantage of the Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce’s Holiday Marketplace promotion. David Buck of Endless
Photos and Story by Rick Hiduk Rigmaids, based in Williamsport with offices in Ohio and West Virginia were indicative of a new, creative level of support businesses for the natural gas industry. They met hundreds of prospective applicants on Wednesday at the Business, Job & Gas Expo held at the