US Olympian from Clarks Summit: Time for spat with Pence to take back seat

GANGNEUNG, South Korea — Adam Rippon doesn’t want his monthlong dispute with Mike Pence over the vice president’s record on gay rights to overshadow his long-awaited Olympic performance. Or those of the rest of the American team. One of two openly gay U.S. athletes at the Pyeongchang Games, Rippon, a native of Clarks Summit, criticized […]

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Abington Heights grad Jordan Hollander making impact at Dickinson

Jordan Hollander is one of a large group of young players making an impact on the Dickinson College football team. Sophomore Hollander, an Abington Heights grad, started in the defensive backfield for the Red Devils who finished 3-7 overall and 3-6 in the Centennial Conference. The 6-foot, 185-pounder had 44 tackles, including 24 unassisted, with […]

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Consumer Watchdog: Faux Facebook gift exchange uses Christmas spirit to Scrooge you out of cash, information

The stuffing, mashed potatoes and turkey have yet to hit the dinner table and the stockings are far from being hung by the chimney with care, but it’s never too early to warn of a holiday ho-ho-hoax. Ever since I received a notebook in my second grade Secret Santa swap, gift exchanges have been more […]

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