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Dog obedience classes orientation

January 8, 2013

Tri State Dog Obedience Club (TSDOC) orientation class at the TSDOC facility at Shohola Business Center, 7pm. Registration is recommended. www.tristatedogobedienceclub.org.

Pike gets $30,100 to design greenway

The Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) has awarded Pike County a $30,100 grant to prepare a greenway plan for the Lackawaxen and Upper Delaware rivers. According to a press release from the Pike County Office of Community Planning, the project will complement an existing waterfront revitalization program currently underway in Sullivan County, NY.  Read more

German service

December 16, 2012

Entire service in German, St. Jacobi Lutheran Church, 3pm.

Christmas concert

December 2, 2012

St. Jacobi Lutheran Church, 3pm.

No tax hike in Shohola

Again, the new budget for Shohola Township will not contain a budget increase. The millage rate will stand at 9.25 for the township and 1.75 for the fire department, as was the case last year.  Read more

Dog obedience class

September 4, 2012

Tri-State Dog Obedience Club facility (Shohola Business Center), 7pm. RSVP: tristaeobedienceclub.org or 570/296-5594.

Talk: services available to Pike County residents

September 9, 2012

Sponsored by Shohola Area Lions Club at St. Ann's Church (Mulligan Hall), 9:30-10:30am, free. Q&A concerning retirement opportunities follows. Refreshments. 570/296-2632 or 296-8894.

Shohola Township sued for infraction of Sunshine Law; township attorney acknowledges error

It’s never dull if you regularly attend the monthly meeting of the Shohola Township Supervisors. This time, the township is being sued by resident Carrie Thomas, who is a stickler for correct procedures and who challenges the supervisors regularly. This time, she caught the council red-handed for an infraction of the Sunshine Law.  Read more

Shohola Railroad & Historical Society meeting

July 4, 2012 - December 5, 2012

Municipal bldg., 1st Wed./mo., 7pm. All welcome.

Charges against Walls withdrawn; Nelia resigns as supervisor; Wall's statement

All of the charges against Donald and Nelia Wall have been withdrawn. The outcome came following a year and a half grand jury investigation of charges brought by Shohola resident/attorney Mark Hamill and other residents of Shohola Township.

In a statement issued by the Walls, they said the agreement reached with Pike County District Attorney Raymond Tonkin was not a plea bargain, and they did not admit to any wrongdoing. Part of the agreement called for the couple to pay $7,500 to Shohola Township as “restitution,” and that Nelia resign from her position as township supervisor.  Read more

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