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Tip of the WeekAlbert Einstein once said, “Imagination is more important than knowledge.” It’s a pretty amazing statement when you consider just how much knowledge Einstein possessed. Today’s world always has a spot for creative, imaginative people. Whether they are designing the next dot com or the latest menu sensation, imaginative people are thriving everywhere.

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Any parent seeking the latest research about raising a psychologically healthy child might well be risking his or her own psychological health. No sooner is one set of guidelines proclaimed when another contradictory set appears to challenge the...

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Tip of the WeekMay is National Barbecue Month and the beginning of the season for families to gather and enjoy more memorable meals together outside.

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HAWLEY - Pennsylvania State Sunday School Association (PSSSA) will conduct a workshop on church and Sunday School growth, Saturday, May 17th. The workshop will be at the New Covenant Fellowship Church, 32 Columbus Ave., Hawley, from 9...

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WALLENPAUPACK - On Tuesday April 15

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HAWLEY - The Rotary Club of Hawley awarded its 2014 "Outstanding Business of the Year" to Paupack Plumbing and Heating and its 2014 "Outstanding Organization of the Year" to the Hawley Public Library. This...

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Think of new techniques that have become available for use in regions such as the Pocono- Northeast, and what was once thought impossible has now become more likely in determining actions that can alleviate immediate problems.

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   Thanks, Obama.    Not only is that a constant theme of the GOP, but it is one of my favorite Twitter hashtags as well.    Because of the constant drumbeat of politicians and pundits...

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HAWLEY - Katharine Brown knows a thing or two about compost. At Fox Hill Farm, she and her husband use their 50 acre farm to produce fresh cut flowers, raise grass fed beef and pastured poultry.

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