Cornelius C. Jadwin was the second son of Henry B. Jadwin and Alice G. (Plumb) Jadwin, who were married in 1832 at Canaan Corners in Wayne County, PA. Cornelius was born in Carbondale in 1835 and worked as a civil engineer on the D&H Gravity Railroad, also training as a pharmacist.
This is a test. Name three new things in Tusten (... a pause while you think…).
I am so sorry there was not a column last week, but I was in Wayne Memorial Hospital ER once again. This time, it was my infected sinuses pressing against my optical nerve. It felt like my eye was going to pop out of my head. Another CATscan and more antibiotics, and I am very glad to tell you that on November 2, I had the sinus surgery.
The recent natural disasters in Texas and Florida highlight the need for all of us to prepare for emergencies or terrorist attacks that could potentially displace us from our homes and in some cases our communities.
HONESDALE, PA — Wayne Memorial Hospital (WMH) has opened a new laboratory services site at 3202 Lake Ariel Hwy. The new center is WMH’s eighth satellite office for laboratory services.
HARRIS, NY — Catskill Regional Medical Center (CRMC) has received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get with the Guidelines®-Stroke Silver Plus Quality Achievement Award.
HONESDALE, PA — Opioids, bullying, suicide, healthy relationships, yoga, career and personal readiness—all these topics were addressed head-on in this year’s Together for Health School Program for seventh- and ninth-graders graders in three area school districts.
CALLICOON, NY — There will be a free event on Friday, November 3 at 7 p.m. at the Delaware Youth Center providing information about breast and prostate cancer. It is part of the Breast and Prostate Cancer Eduation (BPCE) Program at Catskill Regional Medical Center. The free event is supported with funds from Health Research, Inc.
HONESDALE, PA — As of November 1, Wayne Memorial Hospital (WMH) is a fully accredited Level IV trauma center. Accreditation from the Pennsylvania Trauma Systems Foundation was approved last month after an intense on-site survey in August.
An old chair was donated to the train station several years ago with this picture of a man in a chair and a written note. “Jake Knight is sitting at his shop and home at the entrance to Callicoon Bridge across the Delaware River. He repaired and made harnesses and other horse paraphernalia.”