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LEWISBURG — A tour of new Evangelical Community Hospital facilities concluded Wednesday with a discussion of the high costs of prescription drugs.
Congressman Fred Keller (R-Pa. 12), invited for the tour by hospital officials, heard from top physicians and staff.
As part of his Tunkhannock visit, newly elected U.S. Congressman Fred Keller, R-Middleburg, stopped at Brown Hill Farm in Lemon Township on Thursday to meet with members of the local agriculture community.
Newly elected Congressman Fred Keller, R-12th District, got an earful Thursday afternoon at a town hall meeting open to Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce members in Tunkhannock.
Keller, a former businessman who had served 10 years in the state legislature, said he understood some of the core issues impacting business and was eager to hear about local concerns.
For two nights last week, the Democratic candidates for president treated the American public to round two of their socialist proposals to bankrupt our nation, kill good-paying jobs, and drastically alter the fabric of our economy.
PLAINS, LUZERNE COUNTY — It's been two months in Congress for republican Fred Keller.
He represents our state's 12th district after winning a special election in May to fill Tom Marino's vacated seat.
Keller stopped by FOX56 to discuss his first days in Congress.
LEWISTOWN — Congressman Fred Keller (R-PA 12th District) visited with business and community leaders at the Mifflin County Industrial Development Corporation meeting Wednesday afternoon with the intent to have a discussion about problems or concerns in the area and issues that Congress should be working on to improve the Juniata River Valley.
COUDERSPORT — Congressman Fred Keller took a walking tour of Coudersport on Tuesday afternoon.
Potter County commissioner Susan Kefover and Chamber of Commerce director Nancy Grupp escorted Keller into several Main Street businesses before Kefover took him on a driving tour of the borough.
WINFIELD — The new U.S. Representative of the 12th Congressional District said the northern section and river bridge of the $865 million Central Susquehanna Valley Thruway project "illustrate" to people around the nation how tax dollars should be spent.