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  • Courage, Character, and Loyalty

    Courage, Character, and Loyalty0

    “I trust in God. I love my country and will respect its laws. I will play fair and strive to win. But win or lose, I will always do my best.” These words of the Little League Pledge become even more powerful when recited by young ballplayers. The timing just after our National Anthem, and

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  • The Most Wonderful Time of the Year…0

    Say what you will about Christmas, but I absolutely adore this time of year! No one else in the world gets to experience Little League baseball like we do. No one else gets to open their community to kids and families from all over the world quite like we do. Alas, with all of the

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  • Big Time Deeds by a Small Town Boy0

    There were occasions during my professional career when I was involved in conducting job interviews. Everyone-once-in-awhile I would ask the applicant a totally hypothetical question – “If the job fairy could grant you any job you’d want; what would it be?” It was an off-the-wall question with some surprising answers. One applicant once answered, “I

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  • Hall of Famer Mike Mussina “Consistently Consistent”0

    An article on the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum’s website describes Montoursville’s Mike Mussina in a Yogi Berra-esque manner as “Consistently Consistent.” I can think of no better way to describe Mussina and his baseball career even going back to his Montoursville Little League and high school days. There is another sports expression

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  • County Hall Corner: The Guns of August0

    A special press conference was held at the Williamsport City Hall on Tuesday, August 6th, to address the rash of recent shootings in the city. It was held by Mayor Campana, Williamsport Police Chief Damon Hagan and Captain Sherman Shadle of the Pennsylvania State Police. The attendees included all three Lycoming County Commissioners, the entire

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  • Jersey Shore Cemetery Embarks On a Fund Raising Campaign to Refurbish Their Rachel Humes Hepburn Chapel

    Jersey Shore Cemetery Embarks On a Fund Raising Campaign to Refurbish Their Rachel Humes Hepburn Chapel0

    Pictured above are representatives from Rearick-Carpenter Funeral Home presenting a donation to the board of the Jersey Shore Cemetery for improvements to be made to the cemetery’s Rachel Humes Hepburn Chapel. From left to right are: James Carpenter and Stephanie Wallen of Rearick-Carpenter, Bill Rummings, Jack Wolfe, Patricia Rummings, Connie Davis, Dorian Hollick Myers and

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  • Gym Beauty0

    One of the most challenging things about going to the gym and exercising is finding the time and motivation to do it. The second biggest challenge is how not to look or smell like a total mess after your workout. Ideally, you’d be able to take a full shower, style hair, and apply makeup after

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  • Grit: August 17, 1969 – Newberry 6th Team to Win Spot in Series0

    Joyful pandemonium broke loose last night—horns tooted, bands played, crowds cheered, sang and danced. The Newberry Little League team had returned home with the Eastern regional division crown, one step closer to a Little League World Seried championship. Newberry yesterday became the first Williamsport team to advance to the World Series since the series became

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  • The World Needs More Zealots!0

    The world needs more zealots! Now, before you start sending me hate mail or demand that I be fired from writing any future articles hear me out. I am not remarking on religious zealots that twist religion to fit their own views of the way the world should be by bombing bus stations or shooting

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  • Big Brothers Big Sisters Volunteer Receives Award

    Big Brothers Big Sisters Volunteer Receives Award0

    Joe Raup, a volunteer with Big Brothers Big Sisters of The Bridge of Lycoming County, recently received the “Everyday Hero” award from Woodlands Bank. Raup has been a Big with the Big Brothers Big Sisters program for three decades and has been matched with four Littles over that time span. He has been involved with

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  • Uptown Music Collective Awards $19,575 in Scholarships0

    On July 23rd, 2019, thirteen Uptown Music Collective students were awarded scholarships for the nonprofit school of music’s 2019-2020 school year, totaling a value of $19,575, with an additional $3,000 being added to the Collective’s Financial Aid Fund. Funding was made possible through the generous donations of the local community, including both individual and corporate

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  • First Ever Home Run Derby, Lamade Stadium Upgrades and Pirates-Cubs LLB/MLB Classic Highlight 73rd Little League Baseball World Series0

    The first-ever T-Mobile Little League Home Run Derby, stadium upgrades to venerable Howard J. Lamade Stadium, the third MLB Little League Classic at Historic Bowman Field, an exhibit featuring Major League Baseball and the former Little Leaguers who have played it, are among the notable things that will be happening at this year’s 73rd Annual Little

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  • Nothing – The Book of Mental Health Awareness0

    Finally, it’s finished. The book I’ve been putting together since sophomore year of high school. Three years later, I’m screaming for the help of professional New York City editors, relying on close friends to peer edit while they go off to school, and sending email after countless email to high quality publishing companies. It’s a

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  • How to Protect Your Hearing This Summer0

    Summer weather gets more people outside swimming, working in the yard, and attending concerts, car races, and fireworks shows. Don’t put your hearing at risk while you have fun this summer; take the necessary precautions to protect your ears. According to the Hearing Health Foundation, the number of Americans with hearing loss doubled from 2000

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  • Cookbook

    Cookbook0

    When I decided to write my own cookbook back in 2013, I figured I’d sell a few hundred. I didn’t even know where to begin on this. It was quite the project. Took me over six months to write, then publish. To get it printed took another few months. I guess I thought that would

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  • The Roving Sportsman… More Summertime Reading0

    One of this era’s greatest ambassadors of hunting and outdoor activities is Steven Rinella. Several years ago, I had the pleasure of meeting him at the Harrisburg Great Outdoor Show, and it was a real pleasure to spend a few minutes with him talking about his TV show and the number of books he has

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  • 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

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  • Spin or Cast?0

    Spin or cast? What am I talking about? I’m talking about the use of an open-face spinning outfit versus using a so-called bait-casting outfit. Actually one isn’t better than the other, but instead, they both have their place in the fishermen’s arsenal. There is little doubt that the open-face outfit is the most popular and

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  • Summer Sweat Sessions: Three tips for surviving workouts in the heat0

    During warm-weather months, fitness enthusiasts often take their exercise routines to the great outdoors. The spike in summer temperatures can make those tough workouts even more challenging. As you gear up for your summer workout routine, take care of your body with these tips from sports dietitian and marathon runner Natalie Rizzo. 1. Replenish What

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  • Moose Sightings0

    “It has been a crazy year. Sort of surreal as I look back. This entire experience has been nothing short of amazing. We weren’t really expecting this and somewhat surprised when they tallied the votes. We were only hoping to improve from last year’s marks. Then I got a random text from Dad. ‘76 percent.

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