March 29, 2012 RSS feed / Letters

In Support of New Abortion Law

Dear Editor: The “Women’s Right to Know” bill requires that ultrasounds be offered 24 hours before an abortion takes place. More...

Bette Farr Nimble 833-2589

Jacob and Maggie Toczko, Genevieve Farr, Rachel Caudell and Ashley Spencer were some of the students from the Mehoopany area who worked at the Tunkhannock Area Middle School Band’s Craft Fair on Saturday. More...

Cindy Douglas Rushville 744-2099

Congratulations to Matt and Jessica Noldy on the birth of a beautiful baby girl, Aubree Dawn Noldy. Aubree was born on Wednesday, March 21 at 4:51 a.m. She weighed 8 lbs., 4.4 oz. and was 20-1/2 inches long. More...

Elnora PotterTerrytown 746-1907

Several men of our community making news in “Seen and Heard” last week. Neil Benjamin getting us updated about the fishing sport and Ray Tenasco returning from a York trip representing the Lions Club of Wyalusing. More...

Mae Ruhf Lawton 934-2295

Denise Campbell visited Mr. and Mrs. Rod Millard and family at Browntown last Sunday afternoon. Shelly Sterling of Tunkhannock and Denise Campbell enjoyed dinner at Meshoppen Pizza recently. More...

Varying Opinions on Gas Call for Respect

Dear Editor: I am responding to last week’s letter about gas companies and whining. Isn’t it time that we stop this and respect each other? More...

Ginny Mathis Spring Hill 746-3259

A quieter week on the hill after a very busy last couple of weeks, but Holy Week begins with Palm Sunday, April 1 and the many special services, UMW meets, the Sportsman’s Banquet and the funeral of Norm Hoffman, so there will be much news next More...

LeJune Ely Dimock 278-2170

Barbara Conrad is recovering from successful surgery on her shoulder. She will enjoy some “get well” cards while she regains her strength. Barbara’s address is 1965 Meshoppen Creek Road, Montrose, PA 18801. More...

Barbara Smith Jenningsville 833-4946

It is no surprise that we are experiencing some cooler temperatures. Hopefully not for much longer. The spring flowers are lovely and have come out early. More...

Monica Denison mdenisonpa@frontiernet.net Forkston 833-2802

The bears are starting to come out in search of food. It’s probably a good idea to bring in the bird feeders at night. Sorry that this is too late for at least one family that lost their feeders to a bear. More...

Camptown Ginny Mathis 746-3259

Last week’s Daffodil Days found Roy Woodruff setting up his sales crews in front of Connie’s in Wyalusing, K-Mart in Wysox, Hurley’s in Towanda and places in Sayre. More...

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