LACKAWANNA TRAIL HIGH SCHOOL

Several members of the Lackawanna Trail Board of Directors were on hand to meet Lackawanna Trail Good Guys Speaker Matt Byrne. Byrne was a two-time U.S. Olympic Marathon Trial qualifier (2004 and 2008), Three time Steamtown Marathon Winner (2004, 2006 and 2012), represented the U.S. in the World Mountain Running Championships (2008, 2009) and currently the owner of the Scranton Running Company. Photo…

Tip: Finding Online Photos

It’s finally happened. You knew the day would come. You’ve found yourself face-to-face with an ad that says “See Picture Online”. First off, don’t panic. Secondly, go directly to findnflip.com. You’ve got the chance to check out that item that interests you. Sure, we’re exaggerating a bit, but it really is exciting to be able…

The Hull Truth

On this day in 1912, the RMS Titanic sunk, and, well, the rest is history. Here’s some information you The Titanic was famously equipped. But did you know that the ill-fated ship even had its own newspaper? It was called The Atlantic Daily Bulletin. While the ship might’ve cornered the market on journalism, it certainly…

VALLEY VIEW HIGH SCHOOL

Pictured are Mr. Ken Rupp, Valley View High School Technology Education teacher, and senior Drafting student Dylan Catapane. Valley View students participated in both the Northeastern Regional wooden bridge contest and the West Point virtual bridge building competition. At the West Point virtual bridge local competition, Valley View students secured 9 of the top 10 spots.  This year, Dylan became…

You’re invited.

See us in our natural habitat. You can, you know. You’re always welcome to stop by our office – we’d be happy to see you! Whether you’d like to place an ad, report an item sold, pay a bill or pick up a fresh new copy of Paper Shop, our doors are open to you.…

$2 Worth

On April 13, 1976 the $2 bill was re-introduced in honor of the nation’s Bicentennial.  Here are some interesting facts about that rather unusual bill: $2 bills make up only 1% of all U.S. bills currently in circulation Some folks believe that $2 bills are unlucky and to counteract bad fortune they’ll tear a corner…