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  • Remember to put the Thanks in Giving

    Remember to put the Thanks in Giving0

    Happy Thanksgiving to all! Please celebrate this amazing day of American gratitude as you choose to do so. I am not trying to tell you how, or influence your decision regarding choosing a traditional or unconventional Thanksgiving celebration. I just want you to understand Governor-King Thomas Wolf and his Jester CDC Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine

  • Happy Thanksgiving0

    It’s time for my annual Thanksgiving list! 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 them out often makes the bad seem a little better. I know

  • Williamsport/Lycoming Chamber of Commerce Launching Contest To Promote Local Businesses

    Williamsport/Lycoming Chamber of Commerce Launching Contest To Promote Local Businesses0

    Local businesses of all types from restaurants to small retailers have taken a tremendous economic hit as a result of the dislocations caused by the COVID-19 virus. In a bid to promote these area businesses and get local consumers to patronize these businesses, the Williamsport/Lycoming Chamber of Commerce is engaging in a four-month contest aimed

  • A Cozy Thanksgiving0

    This Thanksgiving will be the first year since 2001 that my husband and I will not be traveling to Ohio to celebrate with his family. Instead, for the 4th Thursday of November, we’ll be staying home and preparing a simpler meal. We are disappointed, but there are advantages to a lower key holiday. No long

  • Thanksgiving 20200

    Thanksgiving celebrates the Pilgrims first feast, at least the story goes But first they dealt with hunger, cold and many unfriendly foes Little could they have ever known as they went about that task Here four centuries later, our festivity requires the wearing of a mask Home front celebrations will differ much this year As

  • Giving Thanks in 1863 and 20200

    Rejoice always. Pray continually. Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus. I Thessalonians 5:16-18 People often struggle with knowing God’s will for their life. Well, this is one time when God makes His will crystal clear. Christian, do you want to be fully obedient to God’s will?

  • Williamsport Sun: November 26, 1910 – Object of Wild Turkey Hunt Proved Just Escape Gobbler0

    An exciting “wild turkey chase” occurred recently at Bodines according to a correspondent who supplies the following details. The turkey appeared in a neighboring field. Ira High, a noted trapper and unerring hunter and a lot of other things too numerous to mention, was promptly notified. He girded himself for the hunt, seized his rifle

  • UPMC Expert: Holidays and the Pandemic0

    You may be experiencing fatigue related to the COVID-19 pandemic and precautions, but now is not the time to relax your practices – especially with the holidays just weeks away. Prevention is still our best means in fighting the spread of the virus, so it’s important to follow all the latest local, state, and CDC

  • County Hall Corner: There is Rust on the Trust0

    President Trump’s legal challenge to the Pennsylvania voting process is being heard here at federal court in Williamsport. This litigation is just one going on around the country, and even if they don’t have any impact on the final outcome, it is still an important process to ensure that future elections have more veracity than

  • Gift Idea for the Archery Hunters in the Family

    Gift Idea for the Archery Hunters in the Family0

    I’ll admit it, I’m not much of a shopper and buying gifts for people is not my forte. Most of us guys know better than to go out and buy clothes for our wives at Christmas; we are better off just going along with them and saying, “yes dear, that looks great”. I suppose by

  • The Roving Sportsman… Wintertime Reading0

    Temperatures are slowly dropping and the daylight hours get shorter with each passing day. Frost has greeted the morning sunrise on several occasions, and soon the landscape will be covered in a layer of white. Many of us will reduce our time out of doors and turn to inside activities as the onset of winter

  • Happy Thanksgiving

    Happy Thanksgiving0

    Ahhhh, the time is among us. It’s here. My second favorite holiday — Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving is a family day, a day of happy gatherings and feasting! Football on TV in many homes, youngsters at play, and the older folks reminiscing. It’s an American tradition! I don’t want to get into politics here, but I’m just

  • WAHS Senior to Compete as Division Finalist in MTNA Senior String Performance Competition

    WAHS Senior to Compete as Division Finalist in MTNA Senior String Performance Competition0

    Williamsport Area High School senior Michael Fisher will virtually compete as a division finalist in the Music Teachers National Association (MTNA) Eastern Division Senior String Performance. Fisher secured his spot after his recent win in the Pennsylvania State Senior String Competition. “Being the Pennsylvania representative in this competition is a true honor,” Fisher said. “I

  • You Get What You Train For0

    In last week’s article I discussed using a non-linear, or undulating program for training young athletes and gave an overall picture of program design. Non-linear periodization, however, could easily be implemented by anyone that desires schedule flexibility and the retention of training outcomes versus peaking at a single moment in time. I use a variation

  • Hang up on scammers. Here’s how.

    Hang up on scammers. Here’s how.0

    Utility scammers never take a day off. That’s why we want to help you stop them at every turn. One of the best ways to help do that is to arm you with information on their tactics. Forewarned is forearmed. A common thread among scammers is pressure. It’s a red flag. Scammers often threaten to

  • A Season Saved, An Autumn to Remember0

    We have so very much to be thankful for here in the West Branch Valley. We must not allow politics, differing views, and opinions to divide us. This goes double for any virus. I don’t understand today’s social media world when people who have a difference of opinion allow it to create the rage and

  • Thanksgiving Prep0

    We have a bit of time before Thanksgiving, but in case you’ve been charged with bringing something to your Thanksgiving dinner and have no idea what that is going to be, I’m coming at you with some possibilities! You know I’m always here looking out for you! First up we have a play on the

  • Third Time’s a Charm for Olivia Dorner0

    Akin to the fabled tortoise’s calculated race to the finish line ahead of the hare, South Williamsport High School’s junior tennis sensation Olivia Dorner’s assent to the top of the PIAA tennis world took longer than she had hoped: but it cannot be disputed, her unchallenged skill left both opponents and spectators in appreciative awe.

  • Skip Hunsinger Children’s Christmas Spectacular To Be Held December 5 Despite COVID-190

    It has been a rough year for many annual events in the area because of mean old Mr. COVID-19, but one event is going to carry on despite the challenges posed by the virus at this time, and that is the 14th Annual Skip Hunsinger Children’s Christmas Spectacular to be held on Saturday, December 5

  • The Balance of Power0

    As I write this article, the presidential election results have yet to be finalized – and they won’t be for some time because the Electoral College votes on December 14. It is what it is, but the extended wait during such a contentious and divided season has everyone’s head ready to explode. Friends, we live


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