Marywood University to Host Second Annual “Pitches In” Clinic to Benefit Make-A-Wish Foundation

Marywood University to Host Second Annual “Pitches In” Clinic to Benefit Make-A-Wish Foundation   SCRANTON, PA (February 10, 2015)-Marywood University’s head baseball coach, Jerry Davis, and sophomore pitcher, Joseph Hunt, have announced that the Pacers second annual “Pitches In” baseball clinic will be held on Sunday, February 15, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., at…

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LOOKING FOR THAT UNIQUE ANTIQUE AUTOMOBILE?

1952 Plymouth Cranbrook.  Named after either the city in British Columbia or from Cranbrook Drive in Detroit near the Dodge main plant. The Cranbrook was offered in a Club Coupe, Convertible Club Coupe, Sedan or Hardtop Coupe. It was manufactured from 1951-1953, however, only 368,000 were manufactured in 1952, compared to the 550,000 in 1951…

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West Scranton’s School-Wide Positive Behavior Support Program Honors the December Students of the Month

West Scranton’s School-Wide Positive Behavior Support Program Honors the December Students of the Month Sophomore Destiny Jefferson and junior Jake MacDonald were chosen as the Students of the Month at West Scranton High School for December 2014.  One girl and one boy are selected each month from names submitted by teachers and staff as part of West Scranton’s…

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Johnson College Students Give Back to Campus

Johnson College Students Give Back to Campus  Scranton, PA – February 2, 2015 – Johnson College Power (JPOW), a student organization at Johnson College had an idea for a class gift that was not the purchase of something new, but the restoration of an existing space on campus. The group of students decided to start…

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Lackawanna Trail Elementary Principal Brian Kelly announced the second quarter honor roll for the fifth and sixth grade students

Lackawanna Trail Elementary Principal Brian Kelly announced the second quarter honor roll for the fifth and sixth grade students. Students obtaining honor roll status were:   Fifth Grade: Alexander Ball, Michael Bluhm, Katie Carpenter, Emily Chermak, Audrianna Choplosky, Kody Cresswell, Alan Deutsch, Faith Dewey, Keith Dixon and George Duffy. Also listed were: Miles Edwards, Abigail…

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Sarah Kuderka, an Eighth Grade student at Good Shepherd Academy located in Kingston, was recently honored for scoring her 500th point for the Lady Guardian Basketball Team

Sarah Kuderka, an Eighth Grade student at Good Shepherd Academy located in Kingston, was recently honored for scoring her 500th point for the Lady Guardian Basketball Team from Good Shepherd Academy. Sarah is the daughter of John and Colleen Kuderka of Tunkhannock. Sarah’s coaches are John Kuderka and Tanya Borofski. Good Shepherd Academy is the…

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Riverside Junior Senior High School students, faculty and staff participated in a Care Bag project organized by the Voluntary Action Center to honor the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King JR.

Riverside Junior Senior High School students, faculty and staff participated in a Care Bag project organized by the Voluntary Action Center to honor the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King JR. They collected 600 items which were included in personal hygiene kits and donated to KRMA Shelter at Bethel, Community Intervention Center, St. Anthony’s Haven, Catherine McAuley…

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Seven members of the Lackawanna Trail Chorus will attend the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association (PMEA) Regional Chorus

Seven members of the Lackawanna Trail Chorus will attend the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association (PMEA) Regional Chorus that will be held at  Milton High School, February 26, 27 and 28, 2015. Students qualifying were, front,from left, Seth Williams, Matthew Kinback, Nicholas Pawlukovich, and Bobby Titus; back, Kristen Miller, Cassandra Brown and Alyssa Walker  

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