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"Why are these people in our schools in the first place?" asked Julien Terrell, executive director of the Philadelphia Student Union, a youth organizing group.... [Read More]
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Breaking sports news, national sports news from The Citizens Voice and citizensvoice.com covering all of Luzerne County from local leagues to high schools to the... [Read More]
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Breaking sports news, national sports news from The Citizens Voice and citizensvoice.com covering all of Luzerne County from local leagues to high schools to the... [Read More]
Breaking sports news, national sports news from The Citizens Voice and citizensvoice.com covering all of Luzerne County from local leagues to high schools to the... [Read More]
Breaking sports news, national sports news from The Citizens Voice and citizensvoice.com covering all of Luzerne County from local leagues to high schools to the... [Read More]
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Breaking sports news, national sports news from The Citizens Voice and citizensvoice.com covering all of Luzerne County from local leagues to high schools to the... [Read More]
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Breaking sports news, national sports news from The Citizens Voice and citizensvoice.com covering all of Luzerne County from local leagues to high schools to the... [Read More]
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K.M. Smith, in Nanticoke, announces the winners for December's Student of the Month. These students have excelled in Acting Safely, Being Responsible and Caring About... [Read More]
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Wilkes-Barre Academy's Science Olympiad team will participate in the Northeast Regional Science Olympiad at Penn State Wilkes-Barre campus on March 7. The team is composed... [Read More]
The Luzerne County Community College social science/history department recently held a gift collection to benefit children in the Luzerne County Head Start program at the... [Read More]
The sign at the Alderson United Methodist Church expressed the chill of the New Year in only one word, "Brrrrrrr." Finally after two warmer than... [Read More]
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In order to be considered for federal ... [Read More]
For travelers, the new year opens up a whole new world of places to go and things to do. Here are some notable openings and... [Read More]
When I began running the list of local bird sightings in the paper every Sunday, a person who compiles the list asked that I not... [Read More]
Private property owners nationwide continue to report incidents of defiant trespass by hunters. But according to a survey released this month by a pro- ... [Read More]
Before anything else, I learned how to walk in the woods -- heel to toe quietly rolling slowly over sticks, dead leaves and crunchy snow.... [Read More]
Editor: The Feast of the Holy Innocents was commemorated on Dec. 28. These children were martyrs for the faith, killed by Herod who was actually... [Read More]
Editor: I would like to thank all the volunteers in the Angel Tree program. I would also like to thank the parishioners of Church of... [Read More]
Editor: I applaud your editorial "People today need civics education" (Dec. 27). Pennsylvania is one of only 20 states with no measurements for civics proficiency.... [Read More]
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