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Happy Thanksgiving! Rogers Family Wins Extreme Kitchen Makeover!

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  • Giving Thanks and Talking Turkey0

    “Thanksgiving is a time for families and friends to gather together and express gratitude for all that we have been given, the freedoms we enjoy, and the loved ones who enrich our lives. We recognize that all of these blessings, and life itself, come not from the hand of man but from Almighty God.” ~President

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  • Happy Thanksgiving0

    Happy Thanksgiving Y’all! It’s that time of year again. My list of everything I am thankful for this year! As you join friends and family this Thanksgiving, take a moment to remember all the things you have to be thankful for this year. Times get tough, but there is always a bright side and listing

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  • Thanksgiving Packing0

    No sooner has the hubbub of Halloween settled down then Thanksgiving comes along, and it’s non-stop until New Year’s Day. At least, it feels that way, with it seeming to speed up each year. As we prepare for another Thanksgiving, I, of course, am thinking about what to wear for my family and me. Like

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  • Rogers Rejoicing0

    The Rogers’ family home sits along Route 654 in Nisbet, in a house built in the 1950s with a kitchen that had never been updated. Now, thanks to KISS-FM’s annual Kitchen Makeover promotion, that is ancient history for Acacia and Travis Rogers and their four children Kaydence, Trent, Blaine, and Kara — the latest winners

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  • A 3 F Celebration0

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours! Perhaps this tradition-laden late November remembrance is coming at a good time for all of us. Things have not been going all that well in Uncle Sam’s land. Prices are up, long-held traditions are down, social divides are escalating, and not a whole lot of folks can say they

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  • Blaise Alexander Family Dealerships Christmas Coloring Contest

    Blaise Alexander Family Dealerships Christmas Coloring Contest0

    Happy, happy, joy, joy! It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Attention to the 10 and under set! Grab your cocoa and meet me by the Christmas tree! We have important things to discuss! Sleigh bells are ringing, and snow is glistening! It is once again time for the Blaise Alexander Family Dealership Christmas

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  • Farewell Coach.

    Farewell Coach.0

    A few teams are heading to the state tournament. We wish them well, and I will keep you posted. Most are gearing up for their winter activities. It is a great time of year. A transition. A new chapter. My heart is heavy this week. Lots going on, kids. But I feel for my Montoursville

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  • Fly Into Winter Wonderland Air Market To Take Place Saturday, November 260

    A retail craft and vendor show will take place at a unique location — Simply Savor on the Fly, a café at the Williamsport Regional Airport, on Saturday, November 26 from 9:00 am.to 3:00 p.m. How did this all come about? Simply Savor on the Fly is a cafe in the Williamsport Regional Airport. They

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  • Cold Tempering for Health0

    I’ll be honest; I do not love winter. I’m not into skiing or snowboarding, and while I do think snow is pretty, I do not love the cold temperatures that come with it. That being said, I grew up in the snow belt of Upstate New York and can handle the cold if I need

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  • Missional Strategy – Transformation0

    Note: This article is the fifth installment in a series called “Missional Strategy: Why we do what we do the way we do it.” Previous articles are always available at http://www.webbweekly.com. As I suggested in last week’s article, the lack of Christian unity is a big obstacle the church encounters as it seeks to accomplish

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  • Williamsport Sun: November 27, 1925 – Bal Masque, Most Elaborate Function Here in Years0

    The Bal Masque which was held in the ballroom of the Park Hotel Wednesday evening, under the auspices of the Art Guild was one of the most elaborate, if not the most elaborate of the kind that has ever been seen in this city in many years. The committee in charge worked tirelessly to make

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  • Thankful, Grateful, Blessed

    Thankful, Grateful, Blessed0

    We made it to Thanksgiving week! I hope the last few weeks of reading my columns have helped you prepare for this glorious Thanksgiving season. As you gather with family and friends from near and far, remember how much we have to be thankful for. Count your many blessings; name them one by one, count

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  • WAHS Marching Millionaires Win State Championship Title

    WAHS Marching Millionaires Win State Championship Title0

    The Williamsport Area High School Marching Millionaires won the Cavalcade of Bands American Class Championships on Sunday, Nov. 13, at Hershey Park Stadium. The championship contest is the culminating event after 10 weeks of competition for the band, similar to a fall sports schedule. Held over two days, 96 bands competed in five classes for

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  • 16th Skip Hunsinger Christmas Children’s Spectacular To Be Held Sunday, December 11, at the Community Arts Center0

    After two years of having to change the format and have the event be a drive-by one because of COVID, the Skip Hunsinger Christmas Children’s Spectacular returns to its old format, by returning to inside the Community Arts Center when the event is held on Sunday, December 11 at 2 p.m. The event, sponsored by

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  • County Hall Corner: Help Wanted and Help is On the Way0

    For most of the 1990s and into the first decade of the new millennium, I lived in Eastern Europe and wore a number of hats, one of which was working as a human resource management specialist. Picking up my MBA in Belgium and Ph.D. in Latvia, and postdoctoral work at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government,

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  • The Bookworm Sez: “The Year of the Puppy: How Dogs Become Themselves” by Alexandra Horowitz

    The Bookworm Sez: “The Year of the Puppy: How Dogs Become Themselves” by Alexandra Horowitz0

    You do not need a dog. You can tick off the reasons: you don’t have time or money for a dog. There is no room in your house. You don’t have a yard. You already have a dog (or two). You do not need another but — once you’ve read “The Year of the Puppy”

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  • A Hunting Venture Into the Past

    A Hunting Venture Into the Past0

    It’s kind of interesting sometimes to look back at past hunting experiences; for example, do you remember back in the 60s and 70s when hunting pheasants was very common and taking a limit of birds was not at all unusual. Back then, even without a dog, I would often go out for a few hours

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  • A Few Defiant Ones: With and Without a “White Savior”0

    “Till” is the best new movie I’ve seen this year — and unlike many films about race, it does not contain a “white savior.” Focused on the 1955 lynching of a 14-year-old black boy in Mississippi, the galvanizing “Till” scarcely has a single white character — with the notable exception of completely worthless jurors and

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  • The Roving Sportsman… A Time to Give Thanks0

    Thanksgiving weekend is recognized as the most heavily traveled weekend of the year. Over the next several days, thousands of people across our state and across the nation will fly or drive to meet up with friends and relatives to share some quality time together. There will be football, lots of food, and plenty of

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  • Thanksgiving Traditions and Memory-Making Meals0

    Starting with parades and ending with family meals, Thanksgiving provides all-day opportunities for celebrating life’s special moments with those nearest and dearest to your heart. Waking up to watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade is a tradition that brings smiles and happiness for many families, and this year, an iconic brand will join the festivities.

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