FAQ: How do I report an item sold?

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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WEST SCRANTON HIGH SCHOOL

West Scranton – Students of the Month (April)  Sophomores Devinne Scott and Eric Denicola were chosen as the Students of the Month at West Scranton High School for the month of April 2013.  One girl and one boy are selected each month from names submitted by teachers as part of West Scranton’s School-Wide Positive Behavior Support Program.  These are students who demonstrated positive…

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LACKAWANNA TRAIL HIGH SCHOOL

Senior members of the Lackawanna Trail Boys volleyball team and their parents were honored at their last game on Tuesday, April 20. Seniors honored were: front, from left, Devin Walsh, Daniel Richards, David Brown, Matthew Huertas, Joseph Howard and Wyatt Cooper; Middle, Carla Walsh, Dawn Richards, Natalie Pollock, Kim Brown, Debora Huertas, Doreen Howard and…

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OLD FORGE SCHOOL DISTRICT

 The students of the Old Forge Trout Club are responsible for raising trout from the egg stage up until the adult stage. The responsiblities include regular water changes in the tank, daily water testing, and maintaining and cleaning the filter. In May they release the trout that they raised into a local preapproved stream.  …

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LACKAWANNA TRAIL HIGH SCHOOL

Senior members of the Lackawanna Trail Baseball team were honored at their home game on Saturday, May 4. Seniors honored were, front, from left, Victor Rosa, Peter Murazzi, Ben McLaughlin, Zach Goodrich and Matt Goodrich; middle, Donna Rosa, Deborah Murazzi, Deborah McLaughlin; back, Victor Rosa, Rinaldo Murazzi, Matthew McLaughlin and Michael Goodrich.  

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Tuba Day

Happy International Tuba Day! As advertisers of musical instruments, we’re more than happy to observe any holiday that salutes musicians. Since it’s the first Friday of May, we tip our hats to the tuba players of the world. Kudos, tuba people! When you think of the tuba, you likely remember it as the backbone of…

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Love is in the air.

Or maybe it isn’t. We don’t know for sure. But we do know that there has been a piano on the air. And an antique cooler. And both of them sold. You probably already know that we invite you to join us live on the air every Saturday morning. We’d love you to call Paper…

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VALLEY VIEW SCHOOL DISTRICT

  Valley View High School Track and Field Stand-out Anthony Galantini commits to Lehigh University Valley View High School’s Anthony Galantini, will continue his academic and athlete career in Track and Field as Mountain Hawk at Anthony will be majoring in engineering. Lehigh University. The Hawks participate in NCAA Division I competition as a member…

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Visit Us!

See us in our natural habitat! Of course, that sounds far more exciting than it really is. You won’t see the exotic settings that you’d find on wildlife programs, but what you will find is a small office full of folks who are ready to help you. We welcome you to stop by to place…

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Finding Lyric

Guten Morgen! We’ll hope you’ll excuse the Teutonic outburst, but we saw this Plott Hound and just couldn’t help ourselves. You can find Lyric on page 79 of this week’s issue; she’s Griffin Pond Animal Shelter‘s featured pet of the week. We hadn’t seen this particular type of dog featured before, and a little research…

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MID VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT

Senior, David Graff, was chosen Mid Valley Student of the Month for April.Mid Valley Student of the Month is sponsored by the Olyphant Lions Club.Pictured left to right:John “Jack” Horvath (MV teacher and Olyphant Lion’s Club member), David Graff, Chad Vinansky (Mid Valley Secondary Principal).

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Thanks!

We’re closing in on the 200 post mark (and our 6 month anniversary), and we’d just like to take a moment to thank you for keeping up with us. As always, you’re welcome to comment here, say hello on Facebook, throw a tweet our way, or even contact me, the blog author, at jenk@blog.thepapershop.com. I…

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Ad of the Week: Element #2

Because we sell anything and everything, we often get ads for the interesting, the unusual and the extremely specialized. One of the best parts of working here is that we learn so much about so many different things. Here’s where we feature an ad that made us sit up and take notice. We’re making a…

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ABINGTON HEIGHTS HIGH SCHOOL

Abington Heights Educational Improvement Organization (AEIO) has received a $62,000 donation from The Community Foundation of the Endless Mountains through funding provided by Peoples Neighborhood Bank. The funds will be used to supplement and enhance the educational environment and programs within the Abington Heights School District.    AEIO brings together ideas, people and resources to support…

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Mind Your Business!

We’d really love to help you do just that. After all, we’ve been helping local businesses advertise for 45 years. Did you know that you can run a display ad with us for as little as $13.50 a week? We offer a number of advertising options, and we’d be delighted to go over the different…

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