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Jill Padua

New council member for Tusten

The council of the Town of Tusten will have a new member at the beginning of the year.

After the absentee ballots were counted, Padua maintained her count over current council member Ned Lang.

With absentee votes, Jane Luchsinger had 307 votes, Padua had 267 and Lang had 234. 

TRR photo by Ed Wesely

Shad count looking up

MILANVILLE, PA — A count of American Shad in the Upper Delaware River was performed in October, with a small boat and a seine net.  The results give grounds for cautious optimism about the fate of this fish, an important component of river health, though it’s too early to conclude the improvement is a trend.  For the story and more pictures, go

TRR photo by Susan Wade

Kezia Labuda tests her recipes in anticipation of the community Thanksgiving dinner on November 23, while husband Kurt supervises.

Turkey, mashed potatoes and a heaping helping of community

GLEN SPEY, NY — As sure as blooming flowers are an indication of spring, around the towns of Lumberland and Highland, signs advertising the community Thanksgiving dinner usher in this special time of the year.

TRR photo by Susan Wade

Colors are dipped and veterans salute during the three-volley salute at Heroes Park in Eldred.

Veterans honored

ELDRED, NY — Ninety-nine years after the armistice was signed to end World War I, Highland residents gathered to honor their own on November 11 at 11 a.m. The commemoration was hosted by the Tusten-Highland-Lumberland VFW Post 6427 and the Sylvan Liebla American Legion Post 1363. Commander  Peter D. Carmeci Sr.

TRR photo by David Hulse

The Wayne County Commissioners are pictured November 9, signing off on a resolution to issue 2017 obligation bonds in the amount $12,715,000 to fund the retirement of a $7.2 million 2012 bond issue and a series of nine proposed infrastructure capital projects estimated to cost $3,955,052. The commissioners said the action would provide a 2% interest savings amounting to $120,000 over the 12-year life of the bonds.

Wayne on hook for state shortfall

HONESDALE, PA — Human Services Director Andrea Whyte delivered the state’s bad news to the county commissioners on November 9.



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