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New books added to Back Mountain Memorial Library shelves

DALLAS — The following new books have been added to the shelves of the Back Mountain Memorial Library, 96 Huntsville Road, for the month of January 2018: EXPRESS “City of Endless Night” by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child “Glass Houses” by Louise Penny “The Take” by Christopher Reich “Anatomy of a Scandal” by Sarah Vaughan […]

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Kingston Township goes mobile with fingerprinting scanner

KINGSTON TWP. — Township police officers now have the capability of completing a fingerprint identification process alongside the road in less than two minutes, said Sgt. Martin C. Maransky, of the Kingston Township Police Dept. The police department recently acquired a mobile fingerprinting device called the Evolution Fingerprinting Scanner, a handheld device that allows officers […]

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Misericordia University receives donation from Philadelphia Insurance Companies

DALLAS TWP. — Philadelphia Insurance Companies recently donated $10,525 to Misericordia University through the Pennsylvania Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program. The funding will support programs for children with communication difficulties at the Misericordia University Speech-Language and Hearing Center in John J. Passan Hall. The center offers free and low-cost speech-language pathology services to clients in […]

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Misericordia University education majors receive student teaching assignments

DALLAS TWP. — Misericordia University teacher education majors recently received their student teaching assignments for the spring semester during the Student Teaching Seminar in Sandy and Marlene Insalaco Hall. Twenty-one Misericordia University student teachers participated in the program, which prepares the undergraduates for classroom observation and instruction in several regional school districts. The Teacher Education […]

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Salt and pepper shaker collection to be displayed at Back Mountain Memorial Library

DALLAS — Barbara Wagner, of Bear Creek, will showcase her salt and pepper set collection at the Back Mountain Memorial Library throughout the month of February. Barbara has been collecting salt and pepper sets for over 15 years and says her interest in collecting them stems from her love of antiques. She purchased her first […]

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Misericordia University to hold human trafficking simulation

DALLAS TWP. – Misericordia University Campus Ministry will hold a human trafficking simulation to recognize International Day of Prayer for Victims and Survivors of Human Trafficking from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 8 in Huntzinger and Alden Trust Rooms 218 and 219 of Sandy and Marlene Insalaco Hall. The program is open and […]

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Remi is looking for a fur-ever home

Remi is a stunning 4-month-old Diluted Calico who likes people. She loves to assist in cleaning chores (sort of) follow you but, most of all, cuddle. She is very regal and proper but still loves to play like all kittens. She is loving, social and would love a home of her own. If you are […]

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Your Space: Share your favorite photos with Dallas Post readers

H. Shultz of Trucksville offers this photo of an old-time wagon in the snow to Dallas Post readers. http://www.mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/web1_YourSpace-2.jpgSubmitted photo http://www.mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/web1_YourSpace2.CMYK_.jpgSubmitted photo

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Only Yesterday: President Bill Clinton wrote to Lake-Lehman students in 1998

20 YEARS AGO — 1998 One section of the new Contemporary Issues class at Lake-Lehman High School recently received a letter from President Bill Clinton. The students wrote to the President with their concerns about China’s siege on Tibet. Members of the class include Marisa Michaels, Shelby Wandel, Kasey Wagner, Amanda Goble, Kelly Cave, Nathan […]

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More Than Movies: Blues and books featured at the Dietrich Theater

The Blues in Art and Music filled the walls and the air at the Dietrich Theater last weekend as 100 attendees browsed the galleries and sat back in the rocker chairs of the Fassett Theater to listen to the music. The overnight snowstorm did not keep blues fans away. Painter Catrina King, photographer John Rocklin […]

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