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South Williamsport, PA
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  • A Mother’s Love Can Change the World

    A Mother’s Love Can Change the World0

    God had a plan for women. This included the most important aspect for carrying on life in the mortal world — the ability to bear and nurture children. Only a woman can experience the complete creation of being, from the very beginning, to feeling that first kick, to bringing the miracle of life into the

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  • Happy Mother’s Day

    Happy Mother’s Day0

    Well, well, well! Look what time of year it is! It’s Mother’s Day this Sunday and I’ve been running my Mother’s Day list for a couple of year, making updates and adjustments as we go, but I feel like it’s a pretty dang good list, so Happy Mother’s Day to all! Hopefully you are able

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  • Social Media Challenges Can Be Fun, but Caution is Necessary

    Social Media Challenges Can Be Fun, but Caution is Necessary0

    Social media is ubiquitous, with new platforms cropping up each year. Social media can be an outlet for communication and is designed to bridge the distance between users around the world. Many children growing up today have never been without social media, and parents continue to try to educate themselves about how to keep their

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  • The Bookworm Sez: “Craft: An American History” by Glenn Adamson

    The Bookworm Sez: “Craft: An American History” by Glenn Adamson0

    You are pretty handy. That thing you made – you did it yourself, with a minimum of help and it looks fabulous. It’s almost a professional piece and you have reason to be proud. Look what you made, just look at it, then read “Craft: An American History” by Glenn Adamson and see if your

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  • Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Lycoming County – Mentoring Youngsters Since 20150

    Unfortunately, we live in a time in which many families are fractured or suffer economic woes that make it difficult to provide proper parental mentoring or guidance for their children. One national organization helps fill this void, and that is Big Brothers/Big Sisters. According to their national website, Big Brothers Big Sisters seeks to change

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  • 3 on 3 Battles Begin0

    After my brief reunion with then dentist Lou Gingrich, I was excited for the last weekend in June to roll around to participate in the Carlisle 3 on 3 outdoor basketball tournament. On that Saturday, the whole main street in Carlisle is blocked off from all traffic. High school 3-point range lines are chalked from

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  • Community Woodshop Honors Local Veteran0

    On Saturday, May 8th, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Williamsport Community Woodshop Veterans Program, located in the Pajama Factory, will be honoring Army veteran Donald Koons for his courageous military service and will also be helping him celebrate his 100th birthday. The Veterans Program (a project of Factory Works, a 501(c) 3 non-profit

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  • Take Me Out to the Ballgame?0

    In the Lowery family, April is a month of many birthdays. Daughter Denise, son, Doug, a grandson, and I share the same month, another grandson was born March 31, and daughter-in-law Angie checks in on May 2. It has been our tradition to celebrate the collective observances with a single gathering. Having forgone family gatherings

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  • Repotting and Planting

    Repotting and Planting0

    This past week, I visited a few of the greenhouses in the area, and I noticed a lot of people purchasing flowers and vegetables. I wanted to remind everyone that April 30th is predicted to be our last possible frost-free date. I usually wait until Memorial Day weekend to plant in my garden, just to

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  • Wild vs. Stocked

    Wild vs. Stocked0

    Many folks have reached out to me as of late. They will send me a photo with a simple question. First let me say that I am not a fishing expert. Nor did I qualify for ICHTHYOLOGY 345 at Lycoming College. I do know the major differences between the Pennsylvania trouts, but it is getting

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Savoring Wild Turkey Meat0

    Whether your success while spring gobbler hunting comes in the first week, or later in the season, you are a very fortunate hunter indeed! Spring turkey hunting can be rather frustrating, often making a hunter wonder if he is doing the right things and then realizing that the gobbler is the one in control and

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  • You Lean Where You Look

    You Lean Where You Look0

    Having always admired strength, I took up competitive powerlifting at the age of fifteen as I have mentioned in previous articles. I went on to compete for approximately 15 years and actually worked my way up to national level competition before retiring at age 30. During my years as a competitive lifter, I learned many

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  • Why Do We Fish?0

    Why Do We Fish? There was a time way back in our early history when the question of why we fish had a simple and direct answer — to put food on the table. While many of us still enjoy a good fish dinner on occasion, we would be hard-pressed to say that our fishing

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  • UPMC Physician: Back in Action After Tendon Repair0

    You may never think about your tendons until you experience joint pain or injury. There are over 4,000 tendons in your body, and they connect your muscles and bones together in order to move your body. Injuring a tendon can be very painful and can limit your movement. While many people may think tendon injuries

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  • Creative Mother’s Day Celebration and Gift Ideas

    Creative Mother’s Day Celebration and Gift Ideas0

    On Sunday, May 9, 2021, millions of people will celebrate the special women in their lives, particularly the mothers, grandmothers and stepmothers who often tirelessly care for those they love. Created by Anna Jarvis in the early 20th century and designated an official United States holiday in 1914, Mother’s Day is a special day in

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  • A Sizzling Summer Meal

    A Sizzling Summer Meal0

    Summertime, for many, represents an opportunity to enjoy freshly cooked meals while enjoying time outdoors. Taking your dishes from ordinary to extraordinary starts with chef-inspired recipes that call to mind the flavors of the season. If you’re a summer burger connoisseur looking for a fresh twist on tradition, this recipe calls for high-quality beef from

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  • Williamsport Sun: May 7, 1955 – Shortway Seen as Area Boon0

    Williamsport’s Community Trade Association, optimistic over prospects for speedy legislative passage of the long-sought Keystone Shortway Turnpike bill, today acclaimed the bright industrial and business outlook the new road is expected to bring to the Williamsport area. The CTA has learned from Harrisburg sources that the Shortway legislation is expected to be voted upon and

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  • A Trendy, Edible Gift for Mother’s Day

    A Trendy, Edible Gift for Mother’s Day0

    Every Mother’s Day is an opportunity to show your mom just how special she is and how grateful you are for all she does. Make her day with a present that wraps the personal touch of a handmade craft and the novelty of a quirky trend into one unforgettable gift. This year, upgrade your usual

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  • Church Cornerstone Contents on Display at the Taber Museum0

    The contents of the cornerstone from the recently-sold Seventh Day Adventist Church in South Williamsport are now on display at the Thomas T. Taber Museum of the Lycoming County Historical Society, 858 West Fourth Street. “As the cornerstone was ‘unveiled’, it was with great disappointment that we found that water had gotten into the metal

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  • McDonald’s, Larson Design Group Partner With WASD Education Foundation to Celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week0

    Larson Design Group (LDG) and McDonald’s are partnering with the Williamsport Area School District Education Foundation (WASDEF) in a week-long effort to pay tribute to teachers and raise funds to support classrooms during Teacher Appreciation Week from May 3-7. Teacher Appreciation Week is celebrated across the nation every year during the first week of May

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