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Susquehanna County has been in the yellow phase of re-opening for nearly a week. Businesses have started doing curb side pick-up, including libraries that hav…... [Read More]
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High notes Susquehanna County Career & Technology Center Practical Nursing Program student Michell Drost reached out to Nurse Blake, a nurses advocate and public speaker, to chat with... [Read More]
Penn Can Speedway was cited twice last weekend for holding practice sessions while Susquehanna County was still in red status under Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf's... [Read More]
Penn Can Raceway canceled its first three weeks of racing due to concerns about the coronavirus. Susquehanna County remains under yellow phase restrictions, which the... [Read More]
A Pennsylvania dirt track that says it's already been cited twice for flouting Gov. Tom Wolf's business shutdown was expected to draw hundreds or even... [Read More]
The Susquehanna County track says it has installed sneeze guards at ticket windows, will require fans to wear masks and will keep them apart in... [Read More]
Penn Can Speedway has been cited twice already by police. Public health officials have consistently warned against such large gatherings, citing the risk of viral... [Read More]
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STAFF REPORT Reporters fan out over the three-county region — Wyoming County, Wayne County and Susquehanna County — that were moved to yellow status by... [Read More]
Penn Can Speedway in rural Susquehanna County planned to hold races on its dirt oval a few miles from the New York state line. [Read More]
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