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Williamsport Crosscutters
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  • Separation of Sports and State

    Separation of Sports and State0

    Before I get started, a tip of the Colorado Rockies hat to Kyle Datres. The former Loyalsock Township grad was drafted to begin his professional baseball career within the Rockies organization. At press time the North Carolina junior was hoping to lead his team to the College World Series. More on this next week. For

  • Happy PRIDE!0

    So last year when I wrote about Pride Month, I got a lot of mixed reactions. I received a lot of really nice phone calls and emails, and I also got a bit of hate. For those who sent me hate — you may want to stop reading now. Cause I’m going to be straight

  • The 20th Anniversary Season Promises to Be Special for the Williamsport Crosscutters and Their Fans0

    This promises to be a very special season for the Williamsport Crosscutters when they open their season against the State College Spikes this Friday, June 15 at Historic Bowman Field. According to Gabe Sinicropi, Vice President and Director of Marketing for the Crosscutters, 2018 will mark the Williamsport Crosscutters 20th season, and the team is

  • Big Brother0

    I have a confession to make. I stalk my children. I stalk my husband, too. I don’t know why I do it, actually. It’s a sickness, I guess — an unhealthy obsession with knowing exactly where my loved ones are at practically every moment of every day. Thanks to the fine people at Apple and

  • Why Men Should Get Medical Check-ups0

    There’s a story about a man who was so committed to running his business that he never took time to do anything else. He never went to the doctor. He ignored all the little signs that something might be wrong until his health became so bad that he couldn’t work at all. He lost the

  • Shopping With Your Husband0

    I think it’s safe to assume that most husbands and boyfriends do no put clothes shopping with their significant other at the top of their fun-couple-things list. However, like taxes, shoveling snow, and changing poopy diapers, clothes shopping is one of those things you just have to buckle down and do, because naked is not

  • County Hall Corner: School Vigilance, Part 20

    The recent rise in school shootings has had a fall out in many dimensions. Homeschooling has taken a sharp rise. Even churches are initiating or upgrading their security measures. In Lycoming County, there is a strong network that is manning the front lines against such troubles in our schools. Last week we featured Brian Pick,

  • Cutters Open 2018 Season June 15!0

    The Williamsport Crosscutters open their 2018 season at BB&T Ballpark under returning manager Pat Borders, Friday, June 15 as they host the State College Spikes at 7:05pm. Opening Night 2018 is presented by River Valley Transit & KISS 102.7. Opening Night will feature a free schedule magnet for all fans plus a post-game fireworks show.

  • Gazette and Bulletin: June 7, 1935: Grays Celebrate Pennant Raising With 4-3 Win Over Brooks0

    After watching the 1934 Nypen League pennant hoisted to the Bowman Field flagpole in a ceremony that marked the formal and official recognition of Williamsport as champion of the Class A circuit, the Grays went out and conquered the Reading Brooks, 4-3, in the opening game of the series. With a “booster” throng of 1,643

  • A Quick, Tasty Weeknight Meal0

    Preparing weeknight meals can be tricky, as busy men and women may want to save money and cook their own healthy foods but have little time to do so consistently. But healthy, home cooked meals need not take much time to prepare. The following low-calorie recipe for “Crab Salad-Stuffed Tomatoes” from “Weightwatchers: Cook It Fast”

  • The Roving Sportsman… Springtime!0

    With the daytime temperatures in the mid-70s, cooler evenings and the occasional shower or two, it appears that spring is finally upon us. Beautiful sunrises greet the morning skies, and the sunsets can be spectacular, with so much to see and do throughout the day. Additionally, since the last week in May and the first

  • 35th Williamsport/Lycoming Flag Day March Thursday, June 140

    It will be a great day for “Old Glory” when the annual Flag Day March is held. It is a little extra special this year — since this will be the 35th time this venerable event will step off. In these sometimes contentious and tumultuous times, this event is a reminder of what is good

  • Backyard Bassin’

    Backyard Bassin’0

    Wow. You look great. Have you lost weight? No. Not really. Jeez, you’re tan. You must be playing lots of golf. Not at all. Actually, I came up with a new workout routine. It doesn’t require much skill, and it’s somewhat refreshing. You only need a little time and a pole. I like to call

  • It’s Not Fair0

    We seem to be hearing that phrase a lot these days, “It’s not fair.” I even hear that same suggestion in the world of hunting and fishing. Let me explain. I recently read something in an outdoor publication that I find kind of annoying. In a letter to the editor, the writer said it wasn’t

  • Women and Strength Training: What to Know0

    Strength training should be an important part of women’s workout regimens. Despite this, the National Center for Health Statistics says only about 20 percent of women lift weights. Poor advice may be to blame. Women often fall victim to false information circulating about lifting weights. By getting educated, women can do much to improve their

  • The Bookworm Sez: “They Lost Their Heads! What Happened to Washington’s Teeth, Einstein’s Brain, and Other Famous Body Parts”

    The Bookworm Sez: “They Lost Their Heads! What Happened to Washington’s Teeth, Einstein’s Brain, and Other Famous Body Parts”0

    Your neck bone’s connected to your backbone. And that’s a good thing. You want to be the most together person around, in more ways than one. No sense in having your body parts lying scattered when you really need them all in one place. Disconnection could be a problem, as you’ll see in “They Lost


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