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Shohola candidates’ night without supervisor Hoeper

It was like a birthday party where the birthday boy didn’t show up.  Read more

Fire chief, president suspended

In the latest wave of animosity and dissention that holds sway in Shohola Township these days comes a new tsunami to inundate the town. On Monday evening, April 26, the vice president of the Shohola Township Volunteer Fire and Rescue (STVF&R) squad, Alan Cue, surprisingly and summarily suspended fire chief Don Wall and fire company president Ken Yeaw.  Read more

Historical Society membership banquet

June 22, 2011

The Fork at Twin Lakes, meeting 7pm, followed by dinner, $50. RSVP: 570/296-8126.


May 3, 2011 - September 27, 2011

Firehouse, Tues., doors & kitchen open 5pm, Early Bird 7pm. Progressive jackpot, refreshments avail. 570/559-7525.

Shouting matches continue in Shohola

The unruly mob scenes continued again this month at the meeting of the township supervisors, except this time chairman George Fluhr Jr. wasn’t at the epicenter, rather, supervisor Greg Hoeper was.  Read more

Penny social

May 14, 2011

St. Jacobi Lutheran Church, doors open 2pm, calling 3pm. Refreshments. 570/559-7676.

Former Shohola official investigated by Grand Jury

The former Shohola Township Zoning Officer is being investigated by a grand jury in Harrisburg. Donald Wall, who is the township’s current fire chief, was removed from office in March 2010 by supervisor George Fluhr.

Wall’s wife, Nelia, was also removed from her position as the township secretary and treasurer. She is also one of the township’s supervisors and can only be removed from that office by the voters.  Read more

Treasure & trash market

May 28, 2011

Yard sale at St. Jacobi Church, 9am-3pm. Vendors wanted: 570/559-7676.

Book sale & antiques appraisal fair

April 9, 2011

St. Jacobi Lutheran Church, 10am-3pm. Appraisals: $5/item. 570/296-2304 or 845/856-8700.

Row over Shohola Fire Department finances

February 17 - Three months ago, Shohola chairman George Fluhr opened up a Pandora’s box of protests when he fired Don Wall and removed his wife Nelia from her job as secretary/treasurer. Last week, he opened up a hornet’s nest of public protest from citizens with a Board of Supervisors motion to set up a committee to investigate the Shohola fire department’s financial records, something he says state law allows.

All fire departments in the state are private entities with their own budgets and their own boards of trustees.  Read more

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