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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. "We want a long-term commitment to phasing school police out." - Kristen A. Graham, Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News... [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 pros. [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 pros. [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 pros. [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 pros. [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 pros. [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 pros. [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 Others. One student from each class was selected for the honor. Gracie Oster was chosen... [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 of eighth, seventh and sixth grade students with excellent academic achievement. Th... [Read More]
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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 center located at the college's campus. With the gifts, from left, are Bonnie Brenna... [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 normal years, Harveys Lake is frozen solid. Outdoor activities are only for the bravest who dare to ice fish. [Read More]
Office of MBA Admissions and Financial Aid The Wharton School University of Pennsylvania 420 Jon M. Huntsman Hall 3730 Walnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19104.6340 215.898.6183 (phone) 215.898.0120 (fax) mba.finaid@wharton.upenn.edu... [Read More]
In order to be considered for federal and Penn financial aid, you must submit a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), which requires ... [Read More]
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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 events scheduled for 2018 around the United States.Notable• The Flight 93 National Memorial in Somerset County in southern Pennsylvania is scheduled to open the Tower of Voices in September. The structure will be part of the commemoration of the United Airlines plane that crashed on Sept. 11, 2001. It will rise 93 feet and... [Read More]
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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 run the names of those reporting birds and keep the locations vague. I understood why. While most of us are respectful of wildlife and private property, there are a few …... [Read More]
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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]
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Before anything else, I learned how to walk in the woods -- heel to toe quietly rolling slowly over sticks, dead leaves and crunchy snow. I learned to use ... [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 trying to kill our Lord and savior, Jesus Christ. St. Joseph saved the child Jesus by taking Him and the Bless... [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 Christ Uniting, Kingston, for their time and love that they showed my family at their Angel Tree gathering. In this time o... [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. This is particularly concerning as studies show that only 24 percent of U.S. high school st... [Read More]
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