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  • WILL THE RAINS STOP? ...

     
    The rain continues to fall here at Coca-Cola Park but the gates will open on time, I'm told. Whether the game will follow is another question; the hourly forecast on weather.com has rain falling throughout the night. If they do get the game in somehow,...
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: Vouchers Move Into Position For Senate Vote.

     
    Good Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. If you're traveling to Harrisburg today, we hope you packed your wellies. The forecast TS ELIOT calls for rain most of the day today and into tomorrow. Eliot was right: April really is the cruelest month. Cheap,...
  • Fish Report for Friday, April 29, 2011

     
    The rain is expected to go away for the weekend, but the streams and rivers are going to be high for a while, which will mess up fishing for both bank and boat anglers. We’re getting a few nice days, and then rain and it’s back to high waters....
  • Poppy season at its peak on Antelope Valley reserve

     
    Rain is a wonderful thing, especially when it comes to the state flower, the California poppy. I have lived in Los Angeles for 16 years and had never visited the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve when it was in full bloom. I once made the hour-long...
  • WHAT'S THAT IN THE SKY ... ?

     
    Well, what do you know ... it is possible for the IronPigs to play without rain in the forecast. At least at the start of the game. As our old pal Whitey used to say, "Hard to believe, Harry." The best weather of the young season has greeted the IronPigs....
  • Fish report for Friday, April 15, 2011 today

     
    April has only reached the midway point, but Delaware River anglers are proclaiming it shad season from Easton southward. Anglers are reporting an active bite all over the river. Meanwhile, the entire state of Pennsylvania opens up for trout fishing at...
  • BATS HEAT UP IN FRIGID UPSTATE NEW YORK ...

     
    The IronPigs spent some brutally tough nights battling the cold and wet weather on their recent road trip to Rochester and Syracuse. Not exactly the ideal conditions for a line-up to get hot. But that's exactly what happened to the IronPigs. After hitting...
  • Postponements, school records and a sink hole

     
    Nazareth’s track isn’t usable today. Well, with the rain, nobody’s track is usable in the Lehigh Valley. But coach Tim Cunningham’s team likely won’t be able to use its track all spring because of a sink hole problem that...
  • Friday's Fish Report Today: Fish Report for Friday, May 6, 2011

     
    Still wondering when the rains will take more than a two-day break. Reports are coming in that the Delaware River is fantastic for shad fishing … if you can get a boat onit safely. Just when the rains let up and the levels seem on their way down,...
  • A Winter in the Nissan Leaf

     
    The Nissan Leaf's cold-weather performance was one of the mysteries we wanted to explore, and we knew it would be complicated by our car's lack of a winter package ??? an option still under development that will add battery insulation......
  • Phillies Clinch NL East

    Phillies Clinch NL East
    The Philadelphia Phillies are the NL East champions for the fourth consecutive year and, fittingly, Roy Halladay helped seal the deal this time with a two-hitter. Halladay earned his 21st win with his fourth shutout and ninth complete game - all highs in...
  • Weekly Lesson Plans

    Weekly Lesson Plans
    Here are assignments you can use to engage your students with this week's news, events, and anniversaries. For many more activities, visit the student pages. How are you using the E-edition of the newspaper? Do your students have laptops? Are they...