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South Williamsport, PA
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  • That Group

    That Group2

    There has never been a time when so many instant communication options are available for public use. Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube are commonplace. Most everyone shares their personal stories on Facebook and uses the medium to troll for friends, often boasting about how many ‘friends’ they’ve connected with. But in reality, are those ‘friends’ really

  • Backyard Birds0

    We usually wait until the bears have gone into their winter dens before we start putting any food out in our bird feeders simply because I’ve lost too many bird feeders to black bears. A few weeks ago my wife decided to fill all the backyard bird feeders and a couple of days later there

  • The Playoffs0

    When the winter high school sports teams gathered for their very first official practices back in November most talked about goals, they wanted to achieve. Yes, there were always those personal goals that players used for self-motivation, but in just about every case team goals included advancing to the district playoffs. Now, three months later,

  • County Hall Corner Bicycles: To Buy or Not To Buy?0

    A long debate over a grant request at a recent Lycoming County Commissioners meeting seemed to take on Shakespearian dimensions — “to be or not to be, that is the question.” Hamlet was talking about his mortality, but this debate appeared much less momentous. The subject was about bicycles for parolees. When a county agency

  • Winter Foundation Tips0

    No matter what that groundhog said, it’s still winter with freezing temps, snow, slush, chapped lips, and flaky skin. And while everyone agrees that human hibernation is a great idea, it’s unlikely to take hold, so we still must get up each morning and face the day. The key word here is “face” and, more

  • Living-Donor Liver Transplant: Frequently Asked Questions

    Living-Donor Liver Transplant: Frequently Asked Questions0

    With close to 14,000 people on the liver transplant waiting list, the wait for a transplant may take years. Despite increased awareness of organ donation and the pressing need for donors, people with end-stage liver disease continue to die while on the waiting list because an appropriate match wasn’t found in time. As a result,

  • Annie Get Your Gun!0

    The family tradition of hunting in Pennsylvania began before Penns Woods had even become a state. In 1683 hunting was permitted as a right of ownership on all land covered by Mr. William Penn’s Charter. The family tradition of an actual “deer season” in the Keystone State did not begin until 1869. At this point

  • Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month0

    One in three high school students will experience some form of dating violence in their relationships. One in ten high school students has been purposefully hit, slapped or physically hurt by a boyfriend or girlfriend. According to breakthecycle.org 81% of parents said they didn’t think or didn’t know if dating violence was a problem. For

  • This Week’s LION: Commissioner & Candidate Jack McKernan

    This Week’s LION: Commissioner & Candidate Jack McKernan0

    Commissioner Jack McKernan has officially announced that he is seeking a second term of service on the Board of Lycoming County Commissioners. In his announcement, he emphasized his commitment to improving the financial stability of the county, addressing long-standing problems such as the river levee, the White Deer Golf Course, and regional solutions for EMS,

  • Gazette and Bulletin: February 12, 1929 – C.H. Eldon Recalls Lincoln0

    “I well remember the battle of Gettysburg, the booming of the cannons and the roar of the smaller field pieces being fresh in my memory.” Among the Williamsporters who were in Gettysburg when Abraham Lincoln delivered his immortal address was Charles H. Eldon, who shared the speaking honors with Clarence L. Wannamaker at the Williamsport


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