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The United States Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania announced that a former Pennsylvania state prison inmate pleaded guilty today in Scranton before Senior U.S. District Court Judge James M. Munley to mailing a letter threatening to injure and kill a Monroe County Common Pleas President Judge Margherita P. Worthington.
Rush Township police have cited two Luzerne County men after a theft at the HT Commons Walmart on Nov. 11. Guy Coxe, 24, of Hazle Township, was cited for retail theft, receiving stolen property, and criminal conspiracy to commit retail theft, while Matthew Logan, 23, of Hazleton, was charged with criminal conspiracy to commit retail theft. The duo took a television set from the store at 8:45 p.m. The merchandise was valued at $448.
RON GOWER/TIMES NEWS Brenna Karnish (33) of Marian battles for rebound with Shenandoah's Molly Michalik and Allison Wargo.
It's unusual for a basketball team to deal with a ton of change just two weeks into the season, but the Marian girls basketball team has its work cut out for them. The 2014 season is young and the Fillies are already dealing with the adversity of a lot of personnel changes due to last season's graduates and unfortunate injuries piling up. It's no coincidence, however, that head coach Paul Brutto has been at the helm of this successful Marian program for over two decades.
KAREN CIMMS/TIMES NEWS Fred Pattie's Peanut Butter Patties are a Christmas tradition.
I once knew a man whose name was Fred Pattie. His wife's name was Patty Pattie. I'm not kidding. But wait, it gets better. Fred Pattie, who was an over-the-road trucker, made the most amazing candy, which he would give as gifts during the holidays. My favorite? Peanut Butter Patties. This candy tastes just like those iconic, round favorites we all love. Ever since Fred gave me that recipe, this candy has been a holiday staple in my house, and now my kids even make it, and not just for the...
"It looks like a penguin," goes the Monty Python line. It looks like a whole lot of penguins in "Penguins of Madagascar." In one of the opening scenes of the animated feature film, there's a line of penguins as far as the eye can see. The four most important penguins are Skipper (voiced by Tom McGrath), Kowalski (Chris Miller), Private (Christopher Knights) and Rico (Conrad Vernon). The four penguins, who are secret agents modeled along the lines of James Bond and Austin Powers but with the...