RIVERSIDE HIGH SCHOOL

Riverside Junior Senior High School Homecoming Court   Left to right Abbey Wzorek (3rd runner up) and Charlie Koytek, Tabetha Saylock(home coming queen) and Jake Torba, Megan Kolis (2nd runner up) and Steve Czankner, Madison Haduck (4th runner up) and Peter Miles(home coming king,) Ashley Bufton (1st runner up) and Joe Janesko, Alexandria Scott (2012 home coming queen) and…

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Knock it off!

Or, don’t. Because you really don’t have to (… settle for knock-offs, we mean). We know that plenty of folks think of us as the source to find cars, machinery and lots of other humdrum stuff, but what lots of people don’t realize is that we’ve got a pretty thriving Clothing category. Even better? We’ve…

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Don’t believe the snipe hype!

Oh, sure. Joke about snipe hunting. Go ahead – we’ll wait (though we think you can tell by the disapproving glance of our friend pictured above that he’s a little tired of being considered as fictitious as the Tooth Fairy or Sasquatch). While the hunt for the elusive snipe is something akin to a wild…

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WEST SCRANTON HIGH SCHOOL

9th Grade Class Officers: President – Kaile Martinelli Vice President – Olivia Viscomi Secretary – RaeAnn Topa Treasurer – Colin Kelly 10th Grade Class Officers: President – Brian Martin Vice President – David Lutchko Secretary – Cassie Merrill Treasurer – Hannah Makowski 11th Grade Class Officers: President – Andrew Simpson 1st Vice President – Leah…

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FAQ: Will you continue to print Paper Shop?

Questions. We love ‘em. When somebody has a question for us here at Paper Shop, we know that they’re either already advertising with us or thinking of giving us a try. We’re happy to help with and all inquiries, and we’ve found that a number of them are, well, frequently asked questions. Here’s where we take…

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Word up!

Did you know that English has the largest vocabulary of any language on earth? it’s estimated that our language contains around 800,000 words, and the average English speaker uses about 60,000 of those words. That may seem like a rather puny percentage, but when you think about it, it’s actually pretty impressive: many of those…

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VALLEY VIEW HIGH SCHOOL

Laura RomanvichGrade 12Daughter of Paul and Diana RomanvichLaura has been selected as Valley View High School “Scholar of the Year”recipient for the 2013-14 school years.  The Scholar of the Year Programis sponsored by the Northeastern Education Immediate Unit 19 and WUSR(99.5) of the University of Scranton.Clubs:  National Honor Society, Math Honor Society, Spanish club  …

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OLD FORGE SCHOOL DISTRICT

Mrs. Moulin and the Old Forge French Club would like to extend a sincere Thank You (Merci) to Ray’s Supermarket in Old Forge Community for their support and participation in last weekends coin drop. It was a great success!    Picture 1: Left to Right… Kayla Grasso, Areyonna Tompkins, JJ Roberts, Melaina Pepsin, Andrea DeSando, Nella…

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GOOD SHEPHERD ACADEMY

Good Shepherd Academy is pleased to announce the start of the Annual Food Drive to support the works of Saint Vincent DePaul and St Francis Food Pantries.  The student council and students of Good Shepherd Academy will be collecting food until Thanksgiving to help their local communities.  Shown in the picture from left to right:…

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LACKAWANNA TRAIL HIGH SCHOOL

Senior Field Hockey players and their parents were honored at their last home game on Thursday, October 10.   Seniors honored were: Lauren Stanton, Julie Scappatura, Sarah Botscheller, Shannon Jones, Chelsy Stuble, Shelby Croasdale, Nicole Rosa and Maddy Jenkins; middle, Kim Stanton, Sue Scappatura, Beth Botscheller, Jill Jones, Lisa Croasdale, Donna Rosa and Anne Jenkins;…

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Good Vibrations!

We woke up this morning feeling pretty good. Despite the cloudy weather and slightly chilly temperatures, we felt upbeat. It occurred to us that we were the direct recipients of some good vibrations. And when we checked the calendar, we knew exactly why: today’s the anniversary of the release of one of the most groundbreaking…

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VALLEY VIEW HIGH SCHOOL

Alec Rodway, Grade 11.  Alec Volunteered for the Lackawanna County 3 on 3 tournaments this past summer.  Funds raised went to the Coaches vs. Cancer Organization.  Alec said, “I feel this is a great cause because the funds raised goes toward the fight against cancer.

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MID VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT

he Mid Valley football team along with the Throop, Olyphant, and Dickson City Police Departments worked with local churches in the Mid Valley area (Holy Cross Parish, Saint Patrick’s, Blessed Sacrament, and Saint Mary’s of Dickson City) to get food donations for the Saint Francis Soup kitchen.The van is loaded with food donations that we delivered this week. Left…

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