HOLY REDEEMER HIGH SCHOOL

CATHOLIC SCHOOLS CELEBRATE ‘ROYAL PI DAY’ Schools from the Holy Redeemer System of the Diocese of Scranton celebrated “Royal Pi Day” at Holy Redeemer High School during a day of activities that focused on the world’s most famous math symbol,p (Pi), the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its radius. As a number, Pi is…

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OLD FORGE HIGH SCHOOL

Members of Mrs.  Wyandt’s 7th grade Geography class at Old Forge High School participated in a clean up of school grounds to celebrate Earth Day on April 22nd.  Back Row: Amanda Katchmar, Maricruz Saucedo, Randy Jarnicki, Nick DeAndrea, Steven Coolbaugh Front Row: Angelina Palma, Ashley Kempa, Ashlynn Mazzochi, Gabby Margheriti, Kole Barbetti, Chris Matsko, Nacir Harris,…

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The Final Countdown

If you’ve now got the riff from that old ’80s tune in your head … well, you’re welcome! We could think of no better way to usher in both the last Friday of April and the deadline for the May 1st issue. Just as we do every Friday, we’ll spend the morning putting the final…

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Get Real (Estate)

Take it to the max. Because the max is only $70. And when it’s real estate that you’re selling, $70 is a very square deal. As you may already know, the commission due when an item sells is based on the printed asking price. The maximum commission we charge is $70 – anything with an…

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License to Collect

On April 25, 1903, New York became the first state to issue automobile license plates. Don’t let that little bit of trivia mislead you, though: while the first plates were issued 110 years ago today, they weren’t the first required ones. Starting in 1901, Massachusetts required that all vehicles carry identification plates; the difference, however,…

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LACKAWANNA TRAIL HIGH SCHOOL

  Members of the Lackawanna Trail Lions Boys Volleyball Team are: front, from left,  Aidan Holmes, Neil Harvey, Nick Miller and Phil Mattes; middle, Collin Walsh, Dylan Simon, Ryan Dill, Brian Mitteer, John Kwiatkowski, Brad Lochen, Josh Brown, Phil Sawicki and Keith Traver; back, Manager Maddie Lengel, Joseph Howard, Matthew Huertas, Wyatt Cooper, Devin Walsh, Richard…

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LACKAWANNA TRAIL HIGH SCHOOL

Members of the Junior High Track Team are: front, from left, Charlie Strickland, Griffin Holmes, Allison Melnikoff, Lili Martin; second row, Matthew Bergey, Troy Pensak, Ashleigh Clarke, Cassandra Brown, Jaclyn Fusik,  Davi Doblado, and Courtney Petrilak; back, Matthew Kinback, Robert Buck, Anthony Berrios and Gregory Ellsworth.  Anna Torrence absent from photo.  

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VALLEY VIEW HIGH SCHOOL

Valley View High School’s Varsity Golfer, Tyler Motisko, will continue his academic and athletic career for the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. Tyler is the son of Lynn and Don Goffredo.  Tyler plans to major in pharmacy.   Pictured left to right standing; Mr. Peter Chapla, Valley View High School Principal; Mr. Jamie Addley, Valley View Golf Coach;…

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VALLEY VIEW HIGH SCHOOL

Valley View High School’s Varsity Golfer, Max Cornell will continue his academic and athletic career at the University of the Science in Philadelphia.  Max is the son of Mark and Debbie Cornell.  Max will pursue a BSMD and is accepted into the 8 year program affiliated with The Commonwealth Medical College.   Pictured left to right standing; Mr. Peter…

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DUNMORE HIGH SCHOOL

Senior students from Dunmore High School recently completed their Senior Projects. The Senior Project’s objective is to assist students in preparing for their future academic and/or professional endeavors through practical experiences, research, and presentation. Seventeen seniors at Dunmore High School achieved perfect scores on the Senior Project. Pictured are: 1st row, from left to right:…

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LACKAWANNA TRAIL HIGH SCHOOL

Member of the JV Softball team are: front, from left, Daria Lewandowski, Kasey Buck, Taryn Matti, Aimee Melnikoff; second row: Andrea Ballard, Carli Kalinoski, Alyssa Sohns and  Sonja Stacknick; third row: Haley Brim, Nicole Navarrete , Breanna Halter, Victoria Middleton; back, Head Coach Gary Wilmet and Assistant Coach Kelley Buck.  

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Ad of the Week: One-Armed Bandit

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. Thank goodness for…

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Knock on Wood

It’s a staple of home remodeling programs and a feature of homebuying shows: the unexpected wood floor. Who wouldn’t (woodn’t?) want to find beautiful hardwood floors tucked under all that old carpeting? If you’re feeling curious, there are a few ways to get an idea if you’ve got some hidden hardwood. First, try going to…

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GOOD SHEPHERD ACADEMY

MARCH MADNESS WINNERS!Good Shepherd Academy students competed in the March Madness Reading Competition throughout the month of March! Classes competed with each other by reading as many pages as they could during March Madness. The Middle States Steering Committee organized the event. Mr James A. Jones is the principal and Mr. Stan Pavlick is the…

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