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Montoursville Little League Visits the White House

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  • No Runs, No Hits, No Errors and Nobody Left on Base0

    Normally, this is the time of year I welcome the world to Williamsport for the playing and festivities of the Little League World Series. Hopefully, next year my column is just that. Can you imagine a year ago if one of those seers of the future would have told you where our Nation would be

  • Protecting Innocence – Part I0

    **Warning** What I am about to talk about is ugly. It’s scary, and it’s graphic. It’s not an easy subject to talk, or write about, but ignoring the issue, or pretending that it isn’t as bad, isn’t protecting innocent kids from one side of the world to the other. What I am talking about is

  • Montoursville Little Leaguers Have Presidential Game of Catch

    Montoursville Little Leaguers Have Presidential Game of Catch0

    Between 2001 and 2008, 20 t-ball games involving youngsters from all over America, including several teams from military installations, and from the Challenger Division of Little League Baseball, were held on the South Lawn of the White House under the auspices of President George W. Bush and Little League Baseball International Inc. These games celebrated

  • County Hall Corner: Our World After COVID0

    In my lifetime, I have seen our country go through race riots, campus riots, assassinations, foreign wars, presidential impeachments, inflation, recession, epidemics, bank failures, stock market crashes, technology explosions, terrorist attacks, etc., etc., etc. And amazingly, after these crises came, they also went, and life went on. It is helpful to keep this in mind

  • This Week’s LION: Scammer Stoppers0

    Sheriff Mark Lusk announced at the Lycoming County Commissioners Meeting on Tuesday, August 4th, to bring attention to a recent rise in an ongoing racket that has plagued our area — phone scammers. These professional deceivers call individuals at home, at work, or on their personal cell phones, and introduce themselves, saying, “I am with

  • Achilles Problems Common in Weekend Warriors0

    Summer is here, which means it’s a great time to increase our activity levels and truly enjoy all that the warm weather has to offer. Whether you are heading out for a walk, hike, or other activity, it’s important to consider a gradual approach when transitioning from the winter couch potato to the warm-weather “weekend

  • Scout Now for Fall Turkey0

    I’m sure that fall turkey hunting is far from our thoughts right now, especially as we find ourselves in the middle of a heatwave — but the fall season is not that far away. The fall season is set to start on Oct. 31, and either a bearded or unbearded bird may be taken. Seasons

  • The Dress Down in Style0

    At this point, I think we can all agree that morning routines have greatly changed over the past five months. Before, you’d wake up and have your get-ready-to-face-the-world routine that could have involved a variety of activities from showering, to shaving, to wearing makeup and eating breakfast. The one thing that most of us did

  • The Roving Sportsman… Three Things Worth Knowing About0

    August is National Shooting Sports Month: NSSF, the National Shooting Sports Foundation, is the driving force behind many of the activities and programs that are highlighted throughout the month of August as we promote and celebrate gun ownership and the dozens of target shooting sports. More than 2.5 million people have joined the firearm-owning community

  • Create a Family-Friendly ‘Staycation’ Five ways to fill your home with happiness

    Create a Family-Friendly ‘Staycation’ Five ways to fill your home with happiness0

    With summer vacations looking a little different this year, infusing new energy into playtime – and making it a family affair – can turn time at home into a fun “staycation.” Both kids and adults can quickly grow tired of the same scenery and activities, but new ways to engage together can help bring back

  • Applications to Open for Wild Pheasant Youth Hunt0

    Game Commission and Pheasants Forever invite junior hunters to pursue wild birds in Pennsylvania. For the fourth year in a row, some lucky junior hunters will have the opportunity to experience the thrill of seeing a cackling pheasant rooster pounding skyward while having a special opportunity to harvest the wild game bird this Fall. The

  • Morning Cup a Joe

    Morning Cup a Joe0

    You just got done eating dinner. You’re full because you just had a full course meal, but you are craving that something sweet. There is always room for dessert. Like I say, ice cream and pudding just slide through all the cracks in your belly. I get days where I do want that something sweet

  • Football Anyone?0

    ? As this year of sports-uncertainty continues, local high school football teams have begun preparations for what they hope will be a season by taking part in what the PIAA describes as “heat acclimatization week.” In its most simplistic terms, the program is designed to give players an opportunity to adjust to the summer heat

  • Gazette and Bulletin: August 15, 1945 – Japs Surrender! Most Exciting Demonstration Never Excelled in Williamsport0

    Thousands stormed the business district of Williamsport last night as they joyously celebrated the surrender of the Japs. President Truman’s official announcement of peace given by radio at 6 p.m. Eastern War Time set off a demonstration never excelled in this city and probably only equaled by the jubilation which followed the signing of the

  • Is Cold Training Right for You?0

    ? Cold training it the middle of Summer? Yes, you read that correctly. While most people are thinking about getting a tan or counting the days back to normalcy, a hardy few utilize the ancient method of cold training to invigorate the body, mind, and spirit. The idea of using cold temperatures to improve health

  • The Old Fashion Way to Shop Modern

    The Old Fashion Way to Shop Modern0

    Victoria’s Secret is out and its bye-bye Lycoming Mall. The boudoir style lingerie retailer recently announced that it is closing 235 stores across the country, including the Pennsdale location. Women banishing bras or passing on peignoirs is not the reason for the closures. The reason? Online shopping. Bath & Body Works will also be shuttering

  • Double Fund the Police, Double Down on Education0

    If we really want to improve inner-city life for all that live there, two basic things must happen. It is only common sense when you think it through. What is going on nationally in our largest cities proves this. We cannot cater and kneel to criminals and lawlessness at the expense of the law-abiding. I

  • Family Fun Month0

    Obviously, this hasn’t been a typical summer, but August is Family Fun Month and I think that we all deserve to celebrate! So, with everything going on in the world, what are some fun ways to celebrate the winding down of summer with family? I’ve got some ideas for you! Spend a Day in Nature

  • Williamsport’s Special Response Team An Effective Element In Area Law Enforcement’s Toolbox0

    For 30 years, the Williamsport Police Department/Lycoming County Special Response Team (SRT) has been aiding area law enforcement agencies, including themselves, in various unusual, challenging, dangerous, and serious incidents. They have been a vital part of area law enforcement’s flexibility to deal with these types of incidents and situations. According to Williamsport Police Officer Jeremy

  • Kettle Creek Music Festival

    Kettle Creek Music Festival0

    Editor’s Note: I am somewhat filling in for Ken this week as he wants to share this information about a great event and the opportunity to help disabled veterans. A year ago, dear friend of the Kettle Creek Music Festival and Wildlife Artist Ken Hunter, began this oil painting in memory of fallen heroes. After


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