Valley View Student to continue his academic and football career at Muhlenberg College.

Matt Mackinder will continue his academic and football career at Muhlenberg College. Pictured sitting left to right: Sean Mackinder, brother; Kristen Mackinder, Mother; Matt; Scott Mackinder, Father and Alyce Mackinder, Grandmother Standing left to right: Chris Killiany, Athlete Director; Joe Gallagher, Grandfather; Sandy Gallagher, Grandmother; Larry Pegula, Valley View High School Assistant Principal; George Howanitz,…

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ATVs vs. UTVs for Hunting and Fishing

ATVs An ATV, short for All-Terrain Vehicle,  is a four-wheeled vehicle that is intended for single-rider use. ATVs are best suited for making quick turns because the rider helps control the vehicle by manipulating the position of their body weight. Once you own an ATV, it comes with a thrilling experience. Due to the open construction design, it…

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4 Perks of Renting to Own

Rent to own is a way to buy or sell a product over a certain given time, allowing the renter to be the owner of the product at the end of the agreement. When there is a traditional purchase and sale, the seller and buyer complete the purchase immediately after agreeing to the terms. However, renting…

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Good Shepherd Academy – May Crowning

Good Shepherd Academy – May Crowning Good Shepherd Academy, Kingston, recently held the annual May Crowning in the school auditorium.  Several eighth grade students were selected to participate in the special ceremony along with the second grade First Communion class who acted as the honor guard.  Eighth grade student Emalee Woychio was selected as this…

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Marywood University to Host Music Camp

Marywood University to Host Music Camp   SCRANTON, PA (May 10, 2017)—Marywood University’s music, theatre, and dance department will host Camp Crescendo, a two-week dynamic musical experience for instrumental and vocal students in grades 7-12. One- and two-week options are available. Day or overnight options for Camp Crescendo are available during week one only, which…

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Old Forge High School 4th Quarter students

Old Forge High School 4th Quarter students Left to right: Dominick Scalise, Hannah Lisowski, Abbey Nee, Michael Mucciolo, Alexis Evans, Tyler Termini, Anna Kuckla, Dylan Villani, Lexus Souriyavong, Francesca Samony, Principal Jack Schalk   Award Titles: The PRIDE Students for the 4th Quarter are: Prepared- Dom Scalise and Hannah Lisowski Respectful- Michael Mucciolo and Abbey Nee Independent- Tyler Termini and Lexi Evans Dependable- Dylan Villani and Anna…

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Valley View High School Senior will continue her academic and softball career at Susquehanna University.

Valley View High School Senior Holly Young will continue her academic and softball career at Susquehanna University. Picture standing left to right: Chris Killiany, Valley View Athletic Director; EJ Weston, Valley View Head Softball Coach; Joe Zabielski, Assistant Softball Coach; Larry Pegula, Valley View High School Assistant Principal. Sitting left to right: Jack Young, Father;…

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10 Reasons to Rent Instead of Buy

1. Save money Whether you are working on a one time project, landscaping or hosting a party/event, the best thing to do is rent all the equipment/supplies that you need. Purchasing equipment and supplies comes at a hefty price and at most times you will  never use it again. When it comes to hosting a party or…

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Six students from Western Wayne High School recently participated In Manners Matter

Six students from Western Wayne High School recently participated In Manners Matter, an event sponsored by the Wayne County School-to-Work Committee.  The event was held at Lackawanna College Lake Region and featured a gourmet luncheon catered and donated by the Lords Valley Country Club. Students from Forest City, Honesdale, Wallenpaupack, and Western Wayne participated.  Prior…

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MMI Preparatory School junior was selected to attend the Pennsylvania School for Global Entrepreneurship

MMI Preparatory School junior Sydney Karpowich was selected to attend the Pennsylvania School for Global Entrepreneurship, which will be held from July 2 through July 29 at Lehigh University. Karpowich is the daughter of Atty. Donald Karpowich and Tracy Gallagher, Sugarloaf. The Pennsylvania School for Global Entrepreneurship brings American high school sophomores and juniors together…

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Valley View High School student will continue academic and athletic career at Misericordia University to play tennis.

Valley View High School’s Cali Craig will continue her academic and athletic career at Misericordia University to play tennis. Pictured left to right standing:  Chirs Killiany, Valley View Athletic Director; Carrie Peter, Valley View Assistant Tennis Coach; Jerry Pickard, Valley View Head Tennis Coach; Kim Dudrich, Valley View High School Guidance; and Larry Pegula, Valley…

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