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  • An Amazing Autumn and Election Leftovers0

    What a beautiful Autumn we’ve all enjoyed in the West Branch Valley. I don’t believe the weather could have been much better, and the fall colors were amazing. Our furry and feathered creatures of Penns Woods seemed to especially enjoy the season. Whether it was a bald eagle hunting from above, a herd of deer

  • The In Between Time

    The In Between Time0

    This is a bit of an odd time of year. Halloween is behind us, it’s bordering between fall and winter, and it’s not quite the holiday season yet. I know the Christmas music I hear inexplicably playing everywhere already would lead you to believe differently, but — no really — it’s not quite the holidays

  • Williamsport’s Susan Durrwachter Works As Producer For CNN0

    When Susan Durrwachter was growing up here in Williamsport, she could have scarcely imagined that one day she would be rubbing elbows with the likes of Oprah Winfrey, Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Donald Trump, Rod Stewart, Aretha Franklin, the Jacksons, Matt Damon, and several four and five-star generals. She was able to do this as

  • Diabetes Facts from Head to Toe0

    An estimated 9% of Americans are living with diabetes — about 30 million people. It’s important to learn the facts about diabetes so you can stay healthy from head to toe. Know the Types Having diabetes means your body has trouble regulating glucose and does one of two things: it either doesn’t make enough of

  • Don’t get SAD this Winter0

    Winter in North Central Pennsylvania can be tough. The days are short to the point of almost non-existence. When there is “daylight,” it is almost always overcast and either raining or snowing. During this time, many of us go through a seasonal depression, commonly known as the “Winter Blues.” The scientific term for this condition

  • County Hall Corner: Election Aftermath0

    The general election of 2019 was unusual for several reasons. There was a new voting process involving paper ballots instead of voting machines. There was an incumbent Lycoming County commissioner and incumbent Williamsport mayor, both running write-in campaigns. And there was a life-long Republican whose ballot petition was contested by another Republican for the office

  • The Bookworm Sez: “Pirate Chicken: All Hens on Deck” by Brian Yanish, pictures by Jess Pauwels

    The Bookworm Sez: “Pirate Chicken: All Hens on Deck” by Brian Yanish, pictures by Jess Pauwels0

    You are the bravest kid you know. You try things other kids won’t try. When their feet are on the ground, you climb higher, jump farther, and run faster. You have no limits because, as in the new book, “Pirate Chicken: All Hens on Deck” by Brian Yanish, illustrated by Jess Pauwels, even a big

  • France Awaits

    France Awaits0

    We landed at the Paris airport a little after 7:00 a.m. We had been instructed to look for a man carrying a sign with our names. Those of you who have traveled to larger airports are familiar with the sights of men holding up signs to meet strangers. Yes, here we were in a country

  • No Harm in Prepping

    No Harm in Prepping0

    As I sit here typing up this week’s column, I’m thankful for my health. We are always supposed to be thankful, but November is the month to remind us to be grateful for the many positive things happening in our life. There is just so much to give thanks for. Today was my first day

  • Paternostro Family Foundation Becomes Paternostro Cancer Foundation0

    As part of an effort to strengthen its brand awareness in the community, the Paternostro Family Foundation announced today that it is changing its name to the Paternostro Cancer Foundation. Founder and Chairman, Krista Paternostro Bower, explains: “As we enter our eighth year of service within the community during 2020, we realize that some residents

  • Uptown Music Collective Kicks Off Performance Season0

    The Collective’s 2019-2020 performance season will kick off on November 15th and 16th at the Community Arts Center in Williamsport with Walk This Way: The Music of Aerosmith. As the Uptown Music Collective hits its 20th year in existence “America’s Greatest Rock and Roll Band”, Aerosmith, will be hitting its 50th. In honor of the bad boys from Boston, the

  • Curtin Intermediate’s #SOCKTOBER Campaign Sets New Record, Collecting 5,398 Pairs of Socks for Area’s Homeless

    Curtin Intermediate’s #SOCKTOBER Campaign Sets New Record, Collecting 5,398 Pairs of Socks for Area’s Homeless0

    Curtin Intermediate School set a new school record during its #socktober campaign last month, having collected 5,398 pairs of socks, shattering last year’s record-setting number of 5,001. Curtin joined up with the #socktober movement six years ago, initiated by Kid President and Soul Pancake to help the homeless around the U.S., and has since collected a

  • How to Wear A Button-Down Shirt0

    I know what you’re thinking. A button-down shirt isn’t that complicated, you just put your arms through the sleeves and do up the buttons. Yes, it’s true, most shirts are fairly straight-forward. In fact, a crisp, white button-down is a classic wardrobe basic, and an autumn staple for many women who are in no need

  • PGC Predicts Good Fall Turkey Season0

    After a couple of years of light fall turkey harvests, the Pennsylvania Game Commission is predicting a substantial statewide turkey population of around 212,000 birds for this year’s hunters. I have been seeing a pretty good number of turkeys over the past few months, but some hunting friends I’ve talked with have told me they

  • We Are – Here to See Kevin0

    Expect big things from Kevin Anderson and the University of Delaware this year. The former St. John Neumann Regional Academy superstar and the Blue Hens are just getting the season started. Anderson is now a junior, and he was recently named as an ALL Colonial Athletic Conference preseason selection. The 6 foot 5 starting point

  • The Roving Sportsman… The Rut Is On!0

    This is the time of year that all archery whitetail hunters dream of. They schedule their vacations, complete the “honey do” lists and spend every minute possible in the woods in pursuit of the wise old bucks that are love sick and searching for a friendly doe. For about a week or two week period,

  • Tennis History on the Southside0

    To say that the 2019 South Williamsport High School girl’s tennis team had a successful season would be a bit understated. In District IV schoolgirl tennis circles, the season was indeed a historic one. Let the record show that the Mountaineer ladies squad finished the regular season undefeated, had three of the District’s top four

  • Grit: November 14, 1971 – State Approves Beltway Priority0

    A unanimous vote by the Pennsylvania Transportation Commission last week placed the engineering phase of the final four sections of the Susquehanna Beltway on the state’s six-year program. The commission’s decision to proceed with the Beltway followed testimony by five local men on why the completion of the highway is vitally needed for this area. The

  • God’s Will for Your Life0

    Ask most Christians, and we will tell you that knowing God’s will for our lives is a high priority — likely the highest. We put a lot of prayer, thought, and effort into the quest to know God’s will, and we often wonder if we are living within God’s will. We Christians often say that

  • A Veterans Day Appreciation and Monster Buck Anticipation0

    “Sign, sign, everywhere a sign, they’re blockin’ out the scenery, breakin’ my mind. Do this, don’t do that, can’t you read the sign?” You know I like musical references, and this seemed like the perfect one. It’s time to take down all those roadside election signs. A message to the candidates and their supporters, please


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