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Frances Slocum State Park

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Times Leader
High turnout for ice fishing derby at Frances SlocumThe Nanticoke Conservation Club held its annual Ice Fishing Derby at Frances Sl
Times Leader / Posted 11 days ago
The Nanticoke Conservation Club held its annual Ice Fishing Derby at Frances Slocum State Park on Feb. 3. The event attracted 189 anglers who fished on ice that ranged from 8 to 10 inches thick. Winners were awarded by heaviest fish in the following... Read more
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Times Leader
Wyoming Valley Art League displays winter-themed works at Circle Centerornament with a “candy-wrapper effect” on each side. Another of her pieces in
Times Leader / Posted 24 days ago
ornament with a “candy-wrapper effect” on each side. Another of her pieces in the show is a photo she captured at Frances Slocum State Park on a day she believes she was one of only three people in the park. “We’d just had a beautiful... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Not all kills are ethicalArticle Tools Piled by the side of Green Road at one of the trailheads at Fra
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted a month ago
Article Tools Piled by the side of Green Road at one of the trailheads at Frances Slocum State Park were the carcasses of a deer and a fisher. Whoever shot them must have been so proud of his or her “accomplishment” that they dragged them out of... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Not all kills are ethicalArticle Tools Piled by the side of Green Road at one of the trailheads at Fran
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted a month ago
Article Tools Piled by the side of Green Road at one of the trailheads at Frances Slocum State Park were the carcasses of a deer and a fisher. Whoever shot them must have been so proud of his or her “accomplishment” that they dragged them out of... Read more

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