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Written by Betty Roccograndi   
Saturday, 29 November 2014 11:03
Joe Amato: Success With Street Smarts
“One in a million drop-outs becomes". - Steve Jobs
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Written by Elizabeth Martin   
Saturday, 29 November 2014 10:32
Book Smarts vs Street Smarts
When we think of street smarts, we envision someone with good common sense who is intelligent, with or without an academic background.
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Written by Independent Staff   
Thursday, 20 November 2014 18:29

Spotlight on 315 Donut

The next time you travel Route 315, carve out a few minutes to stop by the 315 Donut Shoppe. Inside you’ll find friendly faces, comfortable seating, hot coffee, and its specialty, Krispy Kreme Donuts.

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Written by John Plucenik   
Sunday, 24 August 2014 16:29
Forget the Somedays
“Someday I’m going to be a doctor.”
“Someday I’m going to be a rock star.”
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Written by John Plucenik   
Sunday, 24 August 2014 16:20
Live for What you Love: Gifted Teacher, Proud Mother
When singer Dani (short for Danielle) Moz visits Northeastern Pennsylvania, she feels right at home. The same with her mother, Emilee Foster, a local gal who never forgot her roots.
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Written by John Plucenik   
Sunday, 24 August 2014 16:14
 
“Live Love Local” this Fall at The Lands at Hillside Farms
Hollywood is coming to Hillside Farms this fall. And a lot more.
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Written by Philip A. Dente   
Sunday, 24 August 2014 16:08
Views from the Back: The Barn
The barn experience was never a part of my life. It is probably for that reason that I look upon barns as being somewhat mysterious and intriguing.
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Written by John Plucenik   
Sunday, 24 August 2014 16:03
Authentic Old Forge pizza doesn’t need a “Benny Hill” coupon
Growing up in Old Forge turned me into a pizza connoisseur.
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Written by Carolyn Oravitz   
Sunday, 24 August 2014 15:57
Legacy of Father Joseph Murgas
It has been said that not knowing our history is like a leaf not knowing it is part of a tree.
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Written by Philip A. Dente   
Sunday, 24 August 2014 15:51
Learning To See: Finding The Essence
Sandra Maffei was a local, award-winning artist of national acclaim.
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Written by John Plucenik   
Sunday, 24 August 2014 15:32
Gifted Hands, Faithful Hearts
Born into poverty and raised by a single mother, Dr. Ben Carson faced many obstacles.
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Written by John Plucenik   
Sunday, 24 August 2014 15:20
Luzerne County in the Advertising Business?
Should Luzerne County be in the billboard advertising business?
Who decides what political ads go where?
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Written by Nathan Snedden   
Sunday, 24 August 2014 15:07
Leggio’s Italian Restaurants
Profiles in Business Excellence
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Written by Nathan Snedden   
Sunday, 24 August 2014 15:01
Gleason Cabinets
Profiles in Business Excellence
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Written by John Plucenik   
Tuesday, 03 June 2014 13:47
Matt McGloin Tells His Story Before The Draft
Yes, I live (and play) with a chip on my shoulder. By Matt McGloin, draft-eligible Quarterback from Penn State University
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Written by John Plucenik   
Tuesday, 03 June 2014 13:08
Victor NOT Victim
In the poker game of life, Stephanie Jallen was dealt deuce seven. She didn’t fold. Instead, she went all in and ended up on the podium in Sochi, Russia. Twice.
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Tuesday, 03 June 2014 12:56
Books From Your Neighbors: Local Published Authors
Alison Treat: Local author Alison Treat wrote One Traveler, a novel with a Civil War setting.
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Written by Philip A. Dente   
Tuesday, 03 June 2014 12:40
Learning To See: Subject To Interpretation
There are primarily two parts to the process of making art: the intent or creation of the artist and the interpretation or taste of the viewer.
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Written by Annemarie P. Butkiewicz   
Tuesday, 03 June 2014 12:24
Coming Home...to what?
Certain landmarks in Northeastern Pennsylvania have the ability to evoke a sense of pride and longing for those who grew up in the sprawling hills and old-town architecture that defines much of the area, often referred to as “the Valley."
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Written by Rick Notari   
Tuesday, 03 June 2014 12:06
Those Championship Seasons: One Town, One School
Those are the only four words you need to know when you are talking about Old Forge High School athletics.
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Written by Jonathan O'Connell   
Saturday, 29 November 2014 10:47
Pagitica Magazine: Fueled By Passion
Aaron Bomba created his own magazine fueled by a desire to give his generation relevant content
that’s applicable to everyday life.
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Written by John Plucenik   
Saturday, 29 November 2014 10:22

Street Smarts & Dark Alleys

Growing up in Old Forge, I observed many street-smart guys.
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Written by Mike Burnside   
Tuesday, 26 August 2014 14:00
Dark Clouds
Mary knew there was a storm coming; the rheumatism was her barometer.
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Written by John Plucenik   
Sunday, 24 August 2014 16:27
10 Questions for Dani Moz
“Life is an adventure, and I plan on taking full advantage of all that God has given me to make it one heck of a ride!” - Dani Moz
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Written by Elizabeth Martin   
Sunday, 24 August 2014 16:18
Gagged
Television advertisements appear every day around the dinner hour touting the natural gas industry and how “safe” the practice of hydraulic fracturing (“fracking”) really is.
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Written by John Plucenik   
Sunday, 24 August 2014 16:11
Washington Sausage Factory
Imagine every time you went out to eat, the only two items on the menu were hot dogs made of chicken and sawdust or hot dogs made of pork and sawdust.
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Written by Kelsey Dolhon   
Sunday, 24 August 2014 16:05
Upward Bound, Onward Racing: Empowering Students for College and Beyond
It’s 8 a.m., late June, and summer has arrived. The buildings are empty. The dorms gather dust. All is quiet in the classrooms of Wilkes University. Or is it?
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Written by John Plucenik   
Sunday, 24 August 2014 15:59
Mission Over Money
It’s not only what you see in Inde Magazine, but what you don’t see, that counts
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Written by Independent Staff   
Sunday, 24 August 2014 15:55
Little League: A History
Little League: A History is a one-hour WVIA Original Documentary Film that re-introduces America to one of its own iconic institutions.
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Written by Will Krisanda   
Sunday, 24 August 2014 15:36
KISS Theatre is spreading its wings
The nonprofit “Kids Innovating Sound and Stage” performing arts organization has moved into the East End Centre,
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Written by John Plucenik   
Sunday, 24 August 2014 15:25
Adventures in Fatherhood: Stepping Up At Boot Camp for New Dads
Pregnancy test come out positive? It’s time to step up. And man up.
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Written by Kelsey Dolhon   
Sunday, 24 August 2014 15:12
Mattern’s Floral and Furnishings
Profiles in Business Excellence
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Written by John Plucenik   
Sunday, 24 August 2014 15:03
Jonathans: Cocktails, Dining & Deck
Profiles in Business Excellence
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Written by Kelsey Dolhon   
Sunday, 24 August 2014 14:58
Family Vision
Profiles in Business Excellence
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Written by Elizabeth Martin   
Tuesday, 03 June 2014 13:43
The Best We Can Be
“Everyone out there, they are my heroes. Seeing all those little children out there cheering, to be a role model for them, that is what makes it for me. It helps me to strive to be a better person. No one is perfect, but all we can do is reach for the best we can be.” – Stephanie Jallen
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Written by John Plucenik   
Tuesday, 03 June 2014 13:02
Nun on the Run
Don’t ask Sister Miriam Frances Stadulis if she’s retired. Many welcome retirement, but “retired” is a dirty word in Sister’s vocabulary.
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Written by Mike Burnside   
Tuesday, 03 June 2014 12:43
Laundry, Scotch and Puccini
Mike Burnside  |  Photos Philip A. Dente
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Written by Philip A. Dente   
Tuesday, 03 June 2014 12:35
Views from the Back: The Street
words by philip a. dente | photographs by Ed Sherlinski
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Written by Nathan Snedden   
Tuesday, 03 June 2014 12:12
315 Donut
Profiles in Business Excellence
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Written by Elizabeth Martin   
Tuesday, 03 June 2014 11:43
The Eulogy
While it may not be common practice to craft a eulogy for the loss of a community school, the razing of the old Dallas Township School certainly warrants the time to write, and inevitably read, a few words representative of those who were educated there.
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