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280 Kane St. STE #2
South Williamsport, PA
United States

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Latest Articles

  • Montoursville Baseball Records Outstanding Season

    Montoursville Baseball Records Outstanding Season0

    2018 Montoursville Warriors Varsity Baseball had a 19-3 record, they were District 4AAA Champs, 2018 Backyard Brawl Champs, HACII Champs and made it to PIAA State Semifinals. Pictured are: Front Row: Peyton Mussina, John McCarthy, Owen Kiess, Logan Ott, Jaxon Dalena, Brandon Dyer and Hunter Shearer. Middle Row: Dylan Bower, Ryan Kessler, Mason Sechrist, Caden

  • The Roving Sportsman… The Work is Done!

    The Roving Sportsman… The Work is Done!0

    Several years ago, a landowner whom I have known for quite some time, approached me about helping him design and develop a food plot. He owns 120 acres, which included 50 acres of open fallow fields, and a wooded area of about 70 acres that stretched up a hillside and across a top, where it

  • Gazette and Bulletin: July 19, 1943 – Veterans Arrange for Selectee Send-Offs by Aviation Cadet Corps0

    Williamsport selectees entering active service will be escorted by City Hall to the Pennsy Station by the Aviation Cadets Corps, and drum and bugle corps, under arrangements made by the Veterans Committee, it was announced last night. Recalling their own experiences of the last war, the Veterans Committee, composed of members of Howard W. Kahler

  • Mid-Summer Fishing Can be “Hot”

    Mid-Summer Fishing Can be “Hot”0

    You can obviously take the title of this story a couple of different ways, but the first thought is probably the temperatures hovering around the 90-degree mark — that definitely makes for some hot fishing. Hats, sunglasses, sunscreen and cold drinks help make the heat more tolerable. Admittedly these recent hot, sunny summer days have

  • The Grandparent Hotel0

    It’s come to my attention that my 13-year-old nephew bowed out of summer camp to spend a week at his grandmother’s house. Little did he know the same scenario played out for me when I was the same age. If he did, he might have asked for some advice. Now, I doubt his gram will

  • Former Tabernacle at Montoursville’s Indian Park Reconstructed and Re-Erected Near Lamar0

    For many years a tabernacle building stood at Montoursville’s Indian Park, going back to the days when it was the Starr Island Amusement Park. This tabernacle was eventually torn down and reconstructed at the Lamar Lighthouse Camp along Route 64 in Clinton County, two miles southwest of Exit 173 of Interstate 80. Now, some 70

  • Healthy Habits for Great Skin0

    The majority of people are not born with naturally flawless skin and even those that are still need to put in a bit of work to maintain their complexions. Whether you have a 10-step skincare routine or you’re just interested in improving on your daily maintenance, here are a few tips and tricks for healthy

  • Footsteps and Flyballs for Great Causes0

    The middle of July can mean one thing in our area, the Lycoming County Fair. The event began in 1870 as a way for farmers to show and compare their produce and livestock. The salt of the earth event is still going strong. There’s something to be found there for everyone from the demolition derby,

  • Too Quick0

    I can’t believe that it is mid-July! Where has the summer gone? Before you know it, it will be time for back to school sales and the Little League World Series. This is actually one of my favorite times of year. There is something about the long nights and hot days that makes me happy.

  • 148th Lycoming County Fair Happens July 11 to July 210

    A lowered admission price, and a special section of the fair set aside especially for children called the “Amelia Earhart Funway,” are among the new things that fair officials are proud to point out about this year’s 148th edition of the Lycoming County Fair.” “We’ve lowered the price of admission this year from $6 to


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