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MAKING ART OUT OF COAL

Denis A. Yanashot grew up hearing many a tale about the region’s coal mining past. That legacy served as the primary inspiration for the Riverside Junior-Senior High School art teacher’s new exhibition, “Anthra-Sight: A Sculptural Narrative of the Anthrac (read more)

Around Town

Fall Collectibles Show Taylor Fire Department Ladder No. 95, 614 Union St. in Taylor, will hold its annual fall train, toy, craft and collectibles show on Saturday, Sept. 23, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Admission is $3; children younger than 10 will be admitted free (read more)

Community Calendar

Email your organization’s events to triborobanner@timesshamrock.com. Please have them in by noon on Friday to have them included in the following Thursday’s edition. Visit the thetriborobanner.com for the complete calendar listing. Library Adds New Audiob (read more)

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LOOKING FOR CUB SCOUTS

Tara Lynn Brown, leader of Cub Scout Pack No. 44 of Taylor, talks about scouting with fourth-graders at Riverside Elementary School East. The pack is recruiting new members. For more information, call 570-207-1227 or visit BeAScout.org. (read more)

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MAKING THE MOST OF SENIOR YEAR

It seems that almost everything about the Old Forge boys golf team has changed for the 2017 school year. Returning seniors like Brandon Nee are taking the changes in stride and are focusing on playing golf. They all understand they need to adapt. Nee plan (read more)

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CLEAN UP AT THE LIBRARY

Members of northeast Pennsylvania Shock football team helped to clean up the grounds of the Taylor Community Library recently. From left: David Lopes, Nick Parlanti and Paul Lassiter. (read more)

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NEW FENCING

Alliance Landfill has provided a $2,000 grant to Old Forge’s Eagle McClure Hose Co. to help with the installation of more than 300 feet of safety fence. The fence, including 100 feet of 10-foot fence, will separate youth soccer fields on the fire company’ (read more)