Category Archives: Shohola

Pike County Eagle Scouts attend gathering of Eagles event

Several Eagle Scouts from Pike County attended the 2013 Eagle Scout Reunion and Hall of Fame Induction hosted by the Hudson Valley Council on October 3rd at the United States Military Academy at West Point. The scouts were guests of Ed Ward, Chairman of the Hudson Valley Chapter of the National Eagle Scout Association. During [...]

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Greater Pike Community Foundation makes first donation

The Greater Pike Community Foundation recently presented is first gift: $1,000 to Rohman Park, the only municipal park in Shohola Township. The Shohola Park and Recreation Committee will use the grant to make improvements to the park in conjunction with the construction of a new pavilion and additional playground equipment to be installed this summer. [...]

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Shohola needs healing leadership

It seems nobody connected to the Wall drama in Shohola is happy. Nelia Wall, former township secretary and supervisor, and her husband Donald Wall, former township zoning officer, were subjects of a Pike County grand jury investigation started in 2009. Based on that investigation, the couple faced a variety of corruption charges in January, accusing [...]

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Shohola corruption case shows division in township

If familiarity breeds contempt, some residents of Shohola Township are too familiar with one another. Contempt for fellow townsfolk was in the air at the Pike County courthouse this week as Shohola Supervisor Nelia Wall and her husband, former township zoning officer Donald Wall, face a variety of charges stemming from accusations that the couple [...]

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Shohola student wins PennDOT award

Twenty-one students from across Pennsylvania, including one from Pike, have been selected as division winners in the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s aviation art contest. The contest theme was “Aviation’s Value to My Community.” Second grade student Andrew Phillips of Shohola took top district honors for students in first through third grades. Phillips attends Homestead Montessori [...]

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