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Pine Grove Area appoints new board president PINE GROVE Pine Grove Area school board on Monday appointed a new president, selecting Evelyn Wassel by a 6-3 vote. Those voting in favor of Wassel during the reorganization meeting were Donald E. Brown Jr., Karen Hoy, Richard Nickel, J.T. Herber III, W
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Pine Grove man headed to court on ORWIGSBURG Brett L. Heinbach, whom authorities allege possessed drugs and stolen firearms in November in North Manheim Township, is a wanted man after skipping his preliminary hearing Tuesday. Heinbach, 34, of 226 Sweet Arrow Lake Road, Pine Grove, face
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Seminar looks to bridge generational gap in workplace The average workplace today consists of at least three generations: baby boomers, generation X and millennials. You have to realize your company, bosses and employees are not just one age group and you have to deal with everyone and understand them or yo
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Prosecutors withdraw attempted homicide charge against man PORT CARBON Prosecutors on Tuesday withdrew all felony charges, including attempted criminal homicide, against a Pottsville area man arrested by state police stemming from an incident in Norwegian Township almost two months ago. Donald A. Wrona, 44, of
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Saint Clair native awarded posthumous Purple Heart for WWI FRACKVILLE Almost a century after being wounded twice in World War I, the late John L. Tipping posthumously received his Purple Heart this year to the satisfaction of his family. A native of Saint Clair, Tipping served in the Army during what was then l
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Mahanoy City man heads to the wilderness to be 'Alone' MAHANOY CITY It was a challenge, an adventure and a test of skill and endurance for Mahanoy City resident Dan Wowak as he headed to a South American wilderness area in a popular television series called Alone. The headline on the series website states
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Around the region, Dec. 7, 2016 n Ashland: Ashland Downtown Inc. will hold its annual Old-Fashioned Christmas from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday at the Ashland Mini Park, Fifth and Centre streets. The event will include free horse-and-carriage rides, hot chocolate and cookies and a chance to mee
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Police log, Dec. 7, 2016 Lykens man faces assault charges LYKENS State police at Lykens charged a borough man in connection with an assault that occurred about 5:45 p.m. Nov. 20. Police said Jessie Lee Brandt, 39, of Lykens, assaulted Christina Louise Brandt, 40, and a 12-year-
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UDA board maintains leadership status quo LOYALTON The Upper Dauphin Area school board kept its current leadership intact following Tuesdays reorganization meeting. David A. Barder was re-appointed as president and Mills A. Eure as vice president by a 7-0 vote, each for a one-year term. Those
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With committee role, Cartwright looks to shape Democratic Party U.S. Rep. Matt Cartwright, D-Moosic, plans to use his new position on the Democratic Steering and Policy Committee to reshape the Democratic Partys message, which he said hasnt resonated with local voters. On Tuesday, Cartwright announced his appointmen
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