Good Vibrations!

We woke up this morning feeling pretty good. Despite the cloudy weather and slightly chilly temperatures, we felt upbeat. It occurred to us that we were the direct recipients of some good vibrations. And when we checked the calendar, we knew exactly why: today’s the anniversary of the release of one of the most groundbreaking…

VALLEY VIEW HIGH SCHOOL

Alec Rodway, Grade 11.  Alec Volunteered for the Lackawanna County 3 on 3 tournaments this past summer.  Funds raised went to the Coaches vs. Cancer Organization.  Alec said, “I feel this is a great cause because the funds raised goes toward the fight against cancer.

MID VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT

he Mid Valley football team along with the Throop, Olyphant, and Dickson City Police Departments worked with local churches in the Mid Valley area (Holy Cross Parish, Saint Patrick’s, Blessed Sacrament, and Saint Mary’s of Dickson City) to get food donations for the Saint Francis Soup kitchen.The van is loaded with food donations that we delivered this week. Left…

Bill Power

We know, we know. Our updated cover design was so very impressive that the Department of Treasury had no choice but to follow suit. We became more colorful and easy to spot and – bam! – so did the new $100 bill, entering circulation today. All kidding aside, we seriously can’t take credit for the…

VALLEY VIEW HIGH SCHOOL

Valley View High School Senior Class Officers 2013/14.  The Valley View High School  Senior class officers for the 2013/14 school year are from left to right; Bridget McAndrew, Treasurer  ; Tyler Williams, President;  Joey Seymour, Vice President; and  Evan Zavada, Secretary

SHENANDOAH VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL

For the first time in the school’s history, Shenandoah Valley High School culminated its homecoming activities by crowning two homecoming queens. The reason for this departure from tradition came about as a result of a tie vote after the student body ballots had been tabulated.   Shown in the photo (L-R): Eric Macker escorting Co-Homecoming…