Shamokin one? (which is gone now) Shamokin is about 15 - 20 min away from Frackville whereas Shamokin Dam [don't be taking my clearance items :P] ( is about 75 min away (outside of selinsgrove area)
Last time I was in frackville when i got the ps2 controller everything was tidy and easy to look though, this time it looked like an el hoardo literally humped the displays and took anything worth while (the games were just strewn alll around)
Edit: as a side note a lot of things were over priced about 85% of items on "clearance" compared locally
The Shamokin Dam's my local one. I think the only notable deals I got there though was the 360 DDR U3 bundle for $5, the LiveCam bundle for $10 and Overlord for the PS3 for $1.
Just got back today and picked up Band Hero for $3.
I think all I've ever done is drive through Frackville. I used to go to Shamokin somewhat regularly as their Goodwill used to be pretty solid and the BRL discount grocery used to get some interesting stuff. The game store in Shamokin was pretty nice the one time I stopped in (I think the owner was a Nam vet and had a german shephard walking around the store). I quit going that way really once the Goodwill closed down and the prices at BRL started sucking and a similar discount store opened in Norry which is closer. (I think Shamokin had their own Kmart at one point from an abandoned building near the BRL and from what my great uncle said, but I didn't move down this way until 2005)
There's a Kmart in Burnham (near Lewistown) which is roughly 50 miles from the Shamokin Dam one as that's where I'm from. I haven't been there in like 2 or 3 years. Last time I was they had finally pulled Gears 1, Crackdown 1 and a few other early titles from their display and marked them to $19.99. Almost all of them had the "DO NOT SELL BEFORE (date)" stickers on top. Noone bought games there. Even if Wal-Mart sold out, people usually drove to State College for some reason. I went with my friend for the 360 launch Tuesday at 6 AM and he picked up two arcade 360s. The Wal-Mart there sold out with people waiting from like 5 PM.
I haven't had luck at the Burnham K-Mart in gaming. Well, except one time around 95-ish when I picked up the Mighty Max game/VHS combo for like $15 and a Gameboy Game Genie for my sister for around $10. Their DVD prices used to always ring up as $5-$10 off what they should've been, though.