Photo and Story by Rick Hiduk Betty Booth of Nicholson Township was one of several citizens at a public hearing held at the courthouse in Tunkhannock on Tuesday who encouraged the Wyoming County Commissioners to take a more proactive approach with gas-related issues as the county faces a dramatic increase
Photo and Story by Rick Hiduk Wyoming County Commissioners (clockwise from front, left) Judy Mead, Tom Henry, and Ron Williams and Chief Clerk Bill Gaylord prepare to open bids for the demolition of 18 properties damaged during the 2011 floods with (continuing clockwise) Reade Schield and Eric Speicher of Ceco
Photo and Story by Rick Hiduk Participating in the Jan. 14 meeting of the Wyoming County Commissioners were (from left) Solicitor James Davis, Commissioners Judy Mead, Tom Henry, and Ron Williams, and Chief Clerk Bill Gaylord. The Wyoming County Commissioners agreed on Jan. 14 that they would need to move
Photo and Story by Rick Hiduk Wyoming County Prison Board members, including (from left) Chief Clerk Bill Gaylord, Warden Ken Repsher, and Sheriff Ed Sherman met at the courthouse in Tunkhannock on Jan. 14. Wyoming County Commissioner and Prison Board member Tom Henry announced on Jan. 14 that the specs are
Photo and Story by Rick Hiduk On January 31, Wyoming County Commissioner Tom Henry (left) was approved as the new board chair for meetings in 2014, replacing Judy Mead (center), who was the county’s first female chair. In their final meeting of 2013, the commissioners, including Ron Williams (right), made
Photo and Story by Rick Hiduk Retiring Deputy Treasurer Helen Montanye was thanked for 30 years of service to Wyoming County during a surprise retirement party at the courthouse in Tunkhannock on Tuesday morning. Dozens of Wyoming County employees at the courthouse took an early lunch break on Dec.
Photo and Story by Rick Hiduk Wyoming County Commissioners (from left) Tom Henry, Judy Mead, and Ron Williams were happy to announce that Wyoming County had been upgrade to AA status on the Standard & Poors Index. The board also negotiated a better deal on their annual Tax Anticipation Note.
Photo and Story by Rick Hiduk In 2014, a new CAD system will be installed that should make emergency communications in Wyoming County safer and more efficient. The new software is designed to integrate existing services including the county’s GIS program. The Wyoming County Commissioners announced on Tuesday that the
By Rick Hiduk At the Dec. 3 meeting of the Wyoming County Prison Board, Warden Ken Repsher told board members that the boiler that was installed at the prison in 1986 is showing signs of wear relative to its age. “We haven’t gotten to the point where we don’t have