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Hunters bank on good bear season

An abundance of fall foods will have a huge black-bear population on the move as hunters head out Nov. 18 for the opening day of Pennsylvania’s four-day statewide firearms bear season. (read more)

Runners wrap up seasons

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Several local runners wrapped up their cross country season after competing in the NCAA Mideast Regionals on Saturday in Newville. (read more)

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Nowakowski, Landon tops in Hero 5K

Tim Nowakowski of Factoryville and Jillian Landon of Tunkhannock took top honors in the Blue Star Mothers of NEPA Hero 5K Run/Walk on Saturday. (read more)

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Hat trick sparks Green past Pink

Gillian Coar found the perfect way to wrap up her high school soccer career. (read more)

White team edges Green in UNICO game

Tom Vaccaro was surprised to hear his name announced as Most Valuable Player of the Scranton UNICO Senior Boys All-Star Game. (read more)

Red team prevails in WVC all-star game

Kenneth Marshman has had a busy fall sports season to say the least. (read more)

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Seniors repeat in Powder Puff game

The girls of the Tunkhannock Area Class of 2018 were victorious for the second consecutive year in the annual Powder Puff game on a chilly Friday night at Tunkhannock Memorial Stadium. (read more)

KC hosting Jamie L. Roberts Memorial game

Keystone College’s season-opening game tonight against Morrisville State College will be played in memory of Jamie L. Roberts, a former Division III student-athlete and coach. (read more)

Keystone women’s basketball welcomes asst. coach

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Kayla Sileo has been named the assistant women’s basketball coach at Keystone College, according to an announcement made by Giants’ head coach Meghan Sullivan. (read more)

Giants women picked 9th in preseason coaches’ poll

Keystone College’s women’s basketball team has been picked to finish ninth in the Colonial States Athletic Conference this season according to a preseason poll of the league’s 12 head coaches. (read more)

KC men’s basketball ranked 5th

Keystone College’s men’s basketball team has been selected to finish fifth in the Colonial States Athletic Conference this season according to a preseason balloting of the league’s 10 head coaches. (read more)

Flashback to 1987: Tigers advanced to EC championship

Tunkhannock relied on a swarming defense and a 54-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Mike Vorhees to Rich Clark to knock off Berwick, 7-6, in the Eastern Conference Class A semifinals. (read more)

Down Sports Memory Lane

20 Years Ago (1997) Lackawanna Trail’s Leslie Sloikowski was selected as Most Valuable Player in the Lackawanna Volleyball League. (read more)

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Terroristic acts yield jail time

A 59-year-old Tunkhannock man who pleaded guilty in September to terroristic acts last June against a female acquaintance and her children was sentenced Wednesday in the Wyoming County Court of Common Pleas to up to 23 and a half months in county jail. (read more)