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280 Kane St. STE #2
South Williamsport, PA
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Girls On The Run at St. John Neuman

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  • Uncle Ron’s Monster Buck Contest0

    It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year if you’re passionate about getting out and hunting Penns Woods. The 11th annual Webb Weekly Monster Buck Contest is officially underway as some big bruisers have already been checked in. My favorite contest of the year will run right on through the finish of the Black Powder

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  • Fall Food0

    Y’all know that I like to share my recipes for you. They are actually the articles that I get the most comments on. I love to hear people tell me about how they tried a recipe that I suggested. It’s almost as good as actually cooking for people. Y’all also know that I’m not a

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  • Girls on the Run: Helping Girls to Realize Their Full Potential and Boldly Pursue Their Dreams0

    Younger girls sometimes have a tough time wrestling with the struggles they face as adolescents. In what can be a very trying time of their lives, in which making healthy and wholesome decisions can be difficult, one local organization, Girls on the Run of the Susquehanna Valley, is aiding greatly with these challenges. Girls on

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  • Wild Thing0

    • Arts
    • October 10, 2018

    My dog has a problem and, by extension, I have a problem. Basically, he’s too high-strung and could probably benefit from psychotherapy of some sort. Don’t laugh; our vet suggested that could be arranged. I realize that small, yappy dogs are characteristically excitable and, at times, unpredictable, but Jack is ridiculously so. Anyone who has

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  • Learn How to Carve a Better Pumpkin0

    • Arts
    • October 10, 2018

    Toothy grins and a mesmerizing orange glow help make jack-o’-lanterns captivating sights come Halloween. Pumpkin carving is an autumn tradition and runs the gamut of simple designs to more intricate artwork worthy of any medium. Although anyone can grab a pumpkin and get started, when done correctly, jack-o’-lantern designs can last for several days. •

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  • How to Wear a Suit This Fall0

    • Arts
    • October 10, 2018

    Autumn has officially arrived, and I am so excited! Fall fashion is one of my favorite things, and each year I relish the chance to bust out plaids, tweeds, sweaters, and scarves as the heat and humidity give over to crisp and chilly days. Last year, all manner of blazers took center stage on the

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  • Sky Show at Rider Park0

    The First Community Foundation Partnership of Pennsylvania in cooperation with the Muncy Area School District Foundation will host the Williamsport Sky Show at Rider Park on Saturday, October 13, 2018 beginning at 6:00 p.m. and continuing until 11:00 p.m. This event will feature NASA Engineer, Glenn Bock, from the Goddard Space Flight Center. Mr. Bock

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  • Dazzling Dorner0

    On a welcomed warm October afternoon, sunny skies bathed the South Williamsport tennis courts as the Mountaineers hosted rival Montoursville with the regular season winding down. A short-sleeved crowd settled in on their lawn chairs with many spectators’ eyes affixed on court #1 where the Mounties freshman sensation Olivia Dorner was set to take-on Montoursville’s

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  • My Man Vince0

    Montoursville native Vince Molesky is coming off of a spectacular summer. The former Mount St. Mary’s product continues to amaze me. He was undrafted out of a college, but fortunate enough to sign with Independent. Molesky played with the Wichita Wingnuts of the American Association in 2015. He was then traded to the Gateway Grizzlies

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  • Keeping the Balance of Now and Forever0

    Over the years, my side hustle has always been construction. I have worked on several construction crews and most of them kept a specialized tool on hand called an attitude adjuster. This tool is employed whenever a piece of material is stuck. The application of the tool is usually enough to get the material unstuck.

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