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South Williamsport, PA
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  • Deer Feeding0

    I’ve been reading and hearing a lot recently about the Pennsylvania Game Commissions proposal to ask for a ban on the feeding of deer. As usual, anything that has to do with the PGC and deer usually results in lots of controversy and plenty of outspoken opinions — some for and some against. Understand that

  • That Morning on 9-11

    That Morning on 9-110

    Eighteen years ago, I was a sophomore at Williamsport Area High School. I had not a care in the world. I was high on love with my highschool boyfriend (still am!) and just got my learners permit to drive — life was good. That morning of 9-11 was no different than any other morning. I

  • Third Annual Wild Pheasant Hunt Game Commission and Pheasants Forever invite junior hunters to pursue wild birds in Pennsylvania.0

    Thirty-eight junior hunters drawn by lottery soon will experience the thrill of seeing a wild pheasant rooster pounding skyward while having the special opportunity to harvest it. The Pennsylvania Game Commission today announced the application process for the third annual Central Susquehanna Wild Pheasant Recovery Area (WPRA) youth hunt. Last year’s hunt, held over two

  • How to Update Your Accessories for Fall0

    With Labor Day behind us and the official start of fall right around the corner, you may already have your cooler-weather clothes pressed and ready for the season, but what about your accessories? Just as you transition your wardrobe with the drop in temperature, you should also give your accessory drawer a changeover. This fall,

  • The Roving Sportsman… Fall Habitat Work0

    As the summer days shorten and fall is almost upon us, let’s take a look at what we can do over the next month or so to improve our habitat for the wildlife we hope to aid through the upcoming winter months. Even though the daytime temperatures are slowly dropping as fall approaches, there is

  • A Winning Season Despite the Record0

    The skies darkened. The threatening clouds drew closer. A bolt of lightning flashed from the beyond the centerfield fence. After a summer of baseball two remaining ground crew members assumed their solitary work of covering home plate and the pitcher’s mound. The inevitable was just moments away. Soon the skies opened up, and Mother Nature

  • County Hall Corner: The Art of Argument0

    There are ebbs and flows in any organization; times when it seems that all hell has broken loose, and other times when there is hardly anything happening at all. This was evident with county government during the month of August. The weekly County Commissioners’ meeting agenda would have two or three action items, whereas it

  • International Literacy Day0

    Before I get started, I just want to thank Jimmy for giving me his space this week. Literacy is an issue that is important to both of us and that, coupled with Hunter’s Thursday night football game at UConn (#GoHuskies), we decided that I get to kick off (pun intended) this week’s issue. According to

  • Callie’s Garden To Be Dedicated This Saturday, September 7th

    Callie’s Garden To Be Dedicated This Saturday, September 7th0

    Callie Cavanaugh was a vibrant, caring, generous, and loving young girl who left us all too soon from a childhood cancer. She left behind a legacy of love. This lovely girl is going to be remembered and celebrated with a more lasting legacy when the project called “Callie’s Garden” is dedicated this Saturday, September 7th,

  • September is Sight Saving Month0

    September is Sight Saving Month. It is estimated that about 47,000 Americans a year will lose their sight, which equals one person every 11 minutes. The International Council of Ophthalmology states that 80% of blindness is avoidable, 20% is preventable, and 60% is treatable. Central Susquehanna Sight Services would like to stress the importance of


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