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Q: I am looking for a Rabies Clinic near Kittanning, Pa. ASAP. I have called all of the local Vets and they want 40.00/55.00 for the shot because you have to pay for the office call I do not have that kind of money. Please help me!
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A: Dr. Drummond is fairly priced 30 dollaars for rabie shot. If more pets go then it is 15 for each consecutive rabie shot. (Clarion PA)
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Q: Hi, how common are rabies cases in Luzerne County? I was bitten and attacked by a friend's cat (who hasn't liked me in the past); Since the cat runs around outdoors I wondered about the possibility of exposure to rabies.
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A: Rabies HAVE been found in cats. Cats like dogs, horses, cattle, ect; Are required to be vaccinated. If you are bit PLEASE call police and report it. Also GO TO HOSPITAL! (Clearfield PA)
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Latest Susquehanna County Health News
Regional jobless rate hits plateau
Scranton, Pennsylvania
Unemployment has hit a plateau in Northeastern Pennsylvania in early 2015. The unemployment rate in the 12-county area including Bradford, Carbon, Columbia, Lackawanna, Luzerne, Monroe, Pike, Schuylkill, Sullivan, Susquehanna, Wayne and Wyoming counties w
April 09 2015
PA Man Dies in Head-On Collision
Susquehanna, Pennsylvania
A Pennsylvania man is dead after police say he collided head-on with another vehicle just after 5:30 Wednesday morning. Pennsylvania State police say Joseph Larkin, 54 of Carbondale was driving northbound on Route 81 in Harford Township in Susquehanna County. They say he crossed the median and collided head-on with a commercial vehicle travelling southbound. That vehicle was driven by Matthew ...
April 02 2015
PA State Police Asking for the Public's Help in Identifying Man
Susquehanna, Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania State Police are looking a man they say is responsible for breaking into Diaz Farm near Harford and stealing 4 thousand dollars. Police say 27 year old Jonathon Stankiewicz of Susquehanna County also stole 400 dollars from the Penn Cann restaurant. He's approximately 6'1" with brown hair and brown eyes and is known to wear glasses. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked ...
March 30 2015
In New York state, fracking ban fuels secession talk
From this village of dairy farms and friendly diners, Carolyn Price can see across the border into Pennsylvania, and it is a bittersweet view. The rolling hills a few miles away are as green as the ones here, and the Susquehanna River is icy and beautiful on both sides of the state line as it...
March 26 2015
JOBS program holds ribbon cutting, job fair
Northumberland, Pennsylvania
SHAMOKIN - Central Susquehanna Opportunities (CSO), a Community Action Agency, held a grand opening and ribbon cutting for the JOBS (Job Opportunities Build Self-Sufficiency) Center Tuesday during their job fair in room 307 of the Northumberland County Career and Arts Center, 2 E. Arch St. The JOBS program is designed to provide employment services to job seekers on the Lower Anthracite Region ...
March 19 2015
Susquehanna Health Promotes Work/Life Balance through Health Coaching, Initiatives
As a healthcare organization comprised of 4,000 employees serving in four hospitals in northcentral Pennsylvania, Susquehanna Health understands the importance of work/life balance to the extent of investing time and resources in promoting the health and wellness of its employees through such things as guided care, health coaching, health and wellness incentives and a new weight loss challenge ...
March 12 2015
Susquehanna Health Plans Progressively to Prevent Projected Physician Shortfall
As the Association of American Medical Colleges’ warning of a national shortfall of 90,000 doctors by 2025 is updated this week and debated in the media, Susquehanna Health (SH) is proactively preparing by analyzing demographics and pursuing viable solutions for progressive development, recruitment and patient access. (PRWeb March 06, 2015) Read the full story at ...
March 06 2015
Namedropper for Feb. 26, 2015
Home, Pennsylvania
Center shines at Hershey event Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center Executive Director Dr. Alice M. Davis and several members of her instructional staff presented a breakout session at a conference in Hershey organized by Pennsylvania Associati
February 26 2015
Potential measles exposure reported in Susquehanna Valley
The Pennsylvania Department of Health is advising the public of a potential exposure to a case of measles.
January 29 2015
Southern Tier Residents Voice Their Opinions on Constitution Pipeline Project
New York
Southern Tier residents got the opportunity to voice their opinions on the constitution pipeline project Monday night at a public hearing hosted by the DEC. Tempers were flaring at Monday's public hearing. This project would construct a 124 mile gas pipeline, which would begin in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania and end in Schoharie County. It would connect two existing interstate natural gas ...
January 14 2015
Susquehanna County: One Car Fatal Crash
Norwich, New York
One man is dead after a one car fatal crash in Susquehanna County. According to Pennsylvania State Police in Gibson, 50-year-old Leroy Mulhollen was travelling northbound on State Road 29 when, for an unknown reason, his 2003 Dodge Ram drifted left and crossed into the southbound lane. The car then travelled off the roadway completely and struck a tree head on. Mulhollen was pronounced dead on ...
January 08 2015
Governor Announces Proposed Regulations for Medical Marijuana Program
Susquehanna, Pennsylvania
Governor Cuomo has released proposed regulations to the state's medical marijuana program. They would require patients to be certified by their physician before applying for the registry to receive marijuana. Medical marijuana certificates would only be issued by physicians who are registered with the Department of Health and have received the appropriate training. Those who want to manufacture ...
January 03 2015
Second Harvest Food Bank receives donation and other company news
Susquehanna, Pennsylvania
Second Harvest receives donation from Susquehanna Bank
December 31 2014
2014: A day-by-day look back
Susquehanna, Pennsylvania
A chronology of the events that made headlines in the Standard-Speaker during 2014: January: 1: Bob “Ranger” Dolieden, a Vietnam veteran, spends his first full day in his newly remodeled and furnished home on Hemlock Street
December 28 2014
Top business stories in Luzerne County for 2014
Susquehanna, Pennsylvania
Looking back at 2014, the economy showed signs of improvements with a number of developments and jobs created in Luzerne County. Among those developments, Austrian company Greiner Packaging opened its first U.S. manufacturing facility in CenterPoint Comme
December 28 2014
Jury selection begins in Phylicia Barnes' murder case
Susquehanna, Pennsylvania
Jury selection will continue Thursday in the second trial of the man accused of strangling 16-year-old Phylicia Barnes in 2010.
December 27 2014
CSIU families celebrate literacy
Susquehanna, Pennsylvania
MILTON - More than 40 parents and guests of Central Susquehanna Intermediate Unit (CSIU) early childhood education programs played book bingo and chose children's books as prizes. Each player took home at least five books, with more than 300 total books distributed. The event was held at the Townside Too in Northumberland, which donated the use of its banquet facilities. "Book Bingo promotes and ...
December 23 2014
Missing Pennsylvania Teen Found Safe
A missing runaway from Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania has been found and safely returned to her mother. Kailey Rae, 14, Rought Gourley was reported missing from Liberty Township Monday just before 2 p.m. by Pennsylvania State Police. This morning police reported her safe return home.
December 13 2014
Business roundup: Southwestern to buy some WPX gas wells, land for $300 million; more
Houston, Pennsylvania
Southwestern to pay WPX $300M for wells, land in Susquehanna Houston-based Southwestern Energy Co. will pay $300 million to buy some of the Marcellus shale ...
December 05 2014
Dredging Conowingo little help to bay, study finds
Susquehanna, Pennsylvania
Dredging millions of tons of sediment from the Susquehanna River upriver of the Conowingo Dam would potentially cost billions of dollars and do little to help the Chesapeake Bay compared with cleanup efforts already underway, a new federal-state study found.
November 13 2014
Pa House Republicans elect Bryan Cutler as majority whip
Susquehanna, Pennsylvania
HARRISBURG, Pa.(WPMT) – State Representative Bryan Cutler, of Lancaster County, was elected by his House Republican colleagues to serve as the Republican Caucus whip for the 2014-15 legislative session.   “It will be an honor to help lead the Republican caucus in the upcoming session,” Cutler said. “I appreciate the confidence my colleagues have in […]
November 13 2014
Real estate notes: Katie’s Kandy spreads Downtown
Susquehanna, Pennsylvania
• Katie’s Kandy has opened its first Downtown location, at Fifth Avenue Place, and a second location, at 422 Wood St. Owner Jon Weston said ...
November 03 2014
Pennsylvania Homicide Suspect to Appear in Court Monday
Susquehanna, Pennsylvania
A man accused of shooting and killing a 22-year old woman, is due in court Monday. Pennsylvania state police arrested Jonathan Kopacz Friday. Police say Kopacz shot and killed 22-year-old Kelly Conklin in a Susquehanna borough early Friday morning. Conklin was apparently killed from multiple gunshot wounds. On Friday, a neighbor told Fox 40 that Conklin was shot in front of her Washington Street ...
October 27 2014
A Binghamton Man Suspected Of String Of Burglaries In Police Custody
Susquehanna, Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania Police have in custody a Binghamton man suspected of carrying out a string of burglaries in Susquehanna County. Police in Johnson City and Vestal helped U.S. Marshalls catch Charles Motzer at a residence on Crocker Avenue in Johnson City on Thursday. Police say they found stolen property after searching Motzer's Binghamton home and his red Monte Carlo. Motzer was wanted for an ...
October 25 2014
House 104th Legislative District race is rematch of close 2010 contest
Susquehanna, Pennsylvania
One is a self-proclaimed "good-government" advocate who can back it up with legal actions that have produced reforms, and who now wants a seat at the table to do more.
October 24 2014
Susquehanna Health Offers Open Visiting Hours to Support Family Centered Care
Home, Pennsylvania
While visiting hours at hospitals were originally established to safeguard the health and healing of their patients, health systems throughout the U.S. are recognizing the benefits of family support for patients and instituting less restrictive or even open visiting hour policies. Dedicated to carefully placing patients and families first, Susquehanna Health (SH) encourages open visiting hours ...
October 21 2014
Brown, Hogan accuse each other of not telling truth
Susquehanna, Pennsylvania
Democrat Anthony G. Brown and Republican Larry Hogan traded accusations of deception Tuesday in their first debate before the Nov. 4 election for governor.
October 19 2014
During debate, Brown, Hogan accuse other of not telling truth
Susquehanna, Pennsylvania
Democrat Anthony G. Brown and Republican Larry Hogan traded accusations of deception in a heated debate with four weeks to go before the Nov. 4 election.
October 19 2014
Local Veterans Receive A Helping Hand
Susquehanna, Pennsylvania
Local veterans are getting a digital helping hand thanks to a donation from Security Mutual. The company is giving the Binghamton VA Community Based Outpatient Clinic a computer, printer, and one year of internet access. The donation will help veterans get on the internet while at the clinic and also allow them share medical information with other health care providers they may be using in the ...
October 19 2014
Wednesday, September 24, 2014 1:00 am
Susquehanna, Pennsylvania
The ongoing dialogue on fracking is set to continue as author Seamus McGraw, best known for his memoir “The End of Country,” visits the Palmer Museum of Art tonight at 5 p.m.
September 24 2014
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