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SWB RailRider Jersey Auction

The Scranton/Wilkes Barre RailRiders joined with WNEP’s Pennsylvania Outdoor Life on April 18th to have an “Outdoor Night”.  Game worn jerseys were autographed and auctioned off to benefit the Hunt of a Lifetime Foundation.  A few of the jerseys, including Mountain Man from Duck Dynasty, are being auctioned off online to further help the charity.  To bid on your game worn autographed jersey please click here.  The auction runs through Sunday, April 27th.  Good Luck.

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Making Pysanky Eggs

Watch as Carol Rick of Purely Pysanky in Hawley keeps alive the intricate tradition of Ukranian Pysanky eggs.

Springtime/Easter Planter

Creative garden designer Keith Phelps makes a lovely Easter planter, perfect for any springtime occasion.

Get Ready for Pool Season

Sunny skies and hot weather are just around the corner, we visit Doctor Feelgoode’s Pools and Spas to see how you can turn your backyard into an oasis with the perfect pool and maintenance.

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Authentic Italian Easter Dinner

Treat yourself to an authentic Italian Easter dinner at A Little Pizza Heaven in Scranton.  Chef Darryl prepares Pastid and Manicotti.

Pastid (Macaroni Pie)
1. ..cook one pound linguine al dente,  drain reserving 1 cup pasta water.
2…add 1 tablespoon of Shortening to pasta to melt
3…beat 1 dozen eggs well, add 1 1/2 heaping cups of Pecorino and 1 tsp coarse black pepper.
4…mix eggs, cheese and pasta water with pasta.
5….pour mixture into well-greased 9×13 pan
6…bake one hour uncovered at 350 degrees

Crepe..

This week on Pennsylvania Outdoor Life

Follow along as field staff member Susan Gallagher releases a porcupine back into the wild and we’ll have a conversation with the executive director of the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission about the status of the state’s fish population.  Plus, we have a trout season edition of Pennsylvania People and Places and a product giveaway and it’s all Sunday night at 6:30.

UPDATE: Driver Charged In Wreck That Killed Infant

LENOX TOWNSHIP — A driver accused of causing a car crash that killed a 6-month-old girl in Susquehanna County turned himself in on Tuesday.

Zachary Larue, 21, of Kingsley was led into court in handcuffs after turning himself in.

After a seven-month investigation, state police say they had enough evidence to file charges in the crash that killed 6-month-old Lainey Johnson last year.

The crash happened on September 2, 2013 in Lenox Township, Susquehanna County.

The Susquehanna County district attorney said they took their time investigating this case.

“I’ve met with the victim’s family and every loss of life is terribly, but to lose something so previous as a child..,” Susquehanna County District Attorney Jason Legg said.

After reconstructing the crash, troopers say they determined that Larue was traveling between 71 and 73 miles an hour along a portion of Route 92.