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2015/06/30 09:31
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Keystone College will host summer music camps for high school and college students plus adults. Low Brass Camp will run July 8 to 10 from 6 to 9 p.m. and teach participants how to play trombone,...
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2015/06/28 21:31
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A career well spent Wallenpaupack Area teacher retiring after years leading special education One conversation with Gwyn Devendorf is enough to know she adores her job. But all good things must...
2015/06/27 06:31
2015/06/27 06:31
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LA PLUME TWP. — Sparks were flying at Keystone College this week as a group of glass professionals molded and melted the inner workings of a trailer that can hold and transport molten glass and cool...
2015/06/27 04:23
2015/06/27 04:23
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Lake Erie Crushers rookie pitcher Rob Blanc is looking to make a name for himself. A product of Keystone College, Blanc built a reputation as a strikeout pitcher in college and has translated his...
2015/06/21 08:31
2015/06/21 08:31
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Thursday: Leadership Lackawanna’s 2015 Celebration of Leadership, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., Hilton Scranton & Conference Center, 100 Adams Ave., Scranton. The event pays tribute to the leadership of the...
2015/06/18 22:07
2015/06/18 22:07
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THIS WEEK: June 19 to 25, 2015 Science Book Group, a discussion of “What Is Life?” by Nobel laureate Erwin Schrodinger. Barnes & Noble Booksellers, Arena Hub Plaza, Wilkes-Barre Township. 7 p.m. June...
2015/06/18 08:31
2015/06/18 08:31
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Scranton bids 30+ teachers goodbye More than 30 Scranton School District teachers are retiring this month, many of whom have spent decades with the district. The Scranton School Board on June 1...
2015/06/18 08:31
2015/06/18 08:31
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Growing up, Sandra Spott admits she was a tomboy. In the early 1970s, though, Lackawanna Trail High School offered only two sports for girls — field hockey and basketball. Spott chose field hockey,...
2015/06/18 04:19
2015/06/18 04:19
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PHILADELPHIA — Republican leaders, candidates and campaign strategists are assembling in the City of Brotherly Love to give conservatives from its collar counties a glimpse of the party's rising stars...
2015/06/14 06:03
2015/06/14 06:03
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... board The Innovative Manufacturers Center, a public-private partnership dedicated to increasing central Pennsylvania manufacturers' innovation, productivity and profitable growth to drive...
2015/06/13 08:31
2015/06/13 08:31
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Does a body good Editor: June is dairy month and in honor of that, we should try to get three servings of dairy foods every day. Some low-fat Greek yogurt, low-fat milk and a serving of cheese every...
2015/06/13 08:12
2015/06/13 08:12
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CANTON - Canton parents, put your worries about meal prices behind. At its last meeting, the Canton Area School Board set the cafeteria prices for the 2015/16 school year, and they remain the...
2015/06/12 07:57
2015/06/12 07:57
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Carving Studio provides unique opportunity Kyle Dotter looks through and around a sculpture currently in a members show at the Carving Studio & Sculpture Center in West Rutland. WEST RUTLAND �...
2015/06/11 23:07
2015/06/11 23:07
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THIS WEEK: June 12 to 18, 2015 Antiheroes in Literature, an informal discussion of the character of Humbert Humbert from “Lolita” by Vladimir Nabokov. West Pittston Library, 200 Exeter Ave. 6:30 p.m....
2015/06/11 05:31
2015/06/11 05:31
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As a child, Thomas “Coop” Cupillari never aspired to take up astronomy, but the stars aligned when he enrolled in an elective course in graduate school that set in motion his next half-century. And...
2015/06/07 08:31
2015/06/07 08:31
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LA PLUME — The Keystone College Thomas G. Cupillari ’60 Astronomical Observatory summer program will open July 8 and continue each Wednesday and Friday through July 31. Scheduled presentations...
2015/06/05 14:07
2015/06/05 14:07
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SCRANTON — Coal mining comes to mind when people think of Scranton’s industrial history. When brothers Seldon and George Scranton started the Lackawanna Iron and Coal Company, they took a small...
2015/06/05 12:31
2015/06/05 12:31
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LA PLUME TWP. — After the cancellation of one program and dwindling enrollment numbers, Keystone College has eliminated eight positions in its culinary arts and art departments, including four faculty...
2015/06/04 21:07
2015/06/04 21:07
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THIS WEEK: June 5 to 11, 2015 Comedy Film Fest, a screening of “Mr. Bean’s Holiday” (British; 2007), starring Rowan Atkinson. Osterhout Free Library, 71 S. Franklin St., Wilkes-Barre. 2 p.m. June 5....
2015/06/03 23:37
2015/06/03 23:37
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Coming off of a difficult 13-29 campaign, there's essentially nowhere to go but up for the Danbury Westerners. "Being under Shev for the last four years and getting to know everybody helped out...
2015/06/30 09:31
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