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Rollin', Rollin' - The Hiawatha is Rollin' Down The River

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  • A River Runs Through It0

    It’s great to see the Hiawatha back on the water. Now for one of those things that you lose track of in life that is going to make a lot of you out there feel old. The majestic replica of an old-time river paddleboat has been cruising up and back down the Susquehanna for nearly

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  • What to Take to a Picnic

    What to Take to a Picnic0

    The 4th of July may be behind us, but thanks to the Big Rona, summer picnic season is just getting started. But the question always is — what to bring! I always feel a little bad if I don’t bring something and not everyone appreciates a cooler full of White Claws, so here are a

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  • Hiawatha River Cruises Back In Business

    Hiawatha River Cruises Back In Business0

    For almost 40 years, the Hiawatha Riverboat has been plying the local waters of the Susquehanna River from its home at Susquehanna State Park in the city’s west end. The pleasure cruises of this fine craft were in doubt for a while this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Still, Hiawatha officials from River Valley

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  • Put Your Best Home Facial Face Forward0

    Facials can bring about the best in your skin and help treat various conditions. Few things beat the pampering of a professional facial spa treatment — a luxury that many men and women afford themselves when possible. However, lately people have had to look elsewhere for popular beauty services. Data from the Simmons National Consumer

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  • Jean & Tees 40+0

    T-shirts and jeans are American classics that go hand-in-hand. Pairing a cotton tee with just the right amount of “lived-in” quality and a timeless pair of comfortable jeans is the sartorial equivalent of peanut butter and jelly. However, like that school day lunchtime staple, as women age, they may no longer feel it’s appropriate to

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  • City League Celebrates 100th Year0

    Most everyone is familiar with the legacy of Carl Stotz and his dream. What began in 1939 as a place for his nephews to play organized baseball turned in to what is now Little League Baseball, the world’s largest youth program. But even in its 81st year, Little League is not the elder in the

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  • Pine Creek?

    Pine Creek?0

    The Spencers just got back from their summer vacation. We decided to play it safe this year because of COVID. Teach, Jensen, and I normally meet up with my rents somewhere exotic. Grandpa Jim usually picks up the tab. The original plan was to spend a week in the Black Hills of South Dakota. My

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  • Williamsport Historically Important to Fitness Industry0

    Every person that has ever seen the inside of a weight room, fitness center, or garage gym knows what an EZ curl bar is. They have been used since the 1940s as a way to alleviate wrist and elbow pain, yet still allowing for the kind of muscular arm development that makes Hercules envious. But

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  • Williamsport Sun: July 9, 1934 – Highway Crews Improve Parts of 29 Streets0

    Portions of 29 city streets, representing 10 miles of secondary roadway and located principally in East End or in Newberry, have been improved with crushed stone surfaces so far this summer by the municipal highway department. Twenty of the streets are in the East End, the 15th and 16th Wards, where work in former years

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  • County Hall Corner: Staying Positive in a Negative World0

    There is an axiom in journalism that says, “if it bleeds, it leads.” I complained about this to one of my English professors in college, and he rebutted that covering a plane crash is news, one that lands safely is not. But given the amount of turmoil over the past four to five months, I

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  • Tips to Keep Your Children Safe this Summer0

    As the temperatures climb and the sun is shining, outdoor activities are excellent ways to get the physical activity and health benefits needed for a healthy life. Whether it’s swimming, hiking, biking, or just going to the playground, your children want to be on the move as the weather warms up. As they get more

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  • Go “Bug a Bass”0

    I’m sure it comes as no surprise that I enjoy bass fishing. Like a lot of other dedicated bass fishermen, I too have my fair share of assorted rods, reels, and lures that I regularly employ on my bass outings. Many serious bass fishermen use different outfits and lures to address the many different situations

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  • The Classics0

    It was a night last week where we had a little rain. It was gloomy, and one of those nights that just felt cozy. I was making Chicken Carbonara for dinner, and garlic bread was baking in the oven. I was relaxed, and in my happy place. My kitchen. My daughter, Kenzy, walked out and

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  • The Roving Sportsman… “Chicken of the Sea”0

    From as early as I can remember, my Mom would often serve the family tuna salad, and frequently tuna noodle casserole. They were not expensive meals to prepare, nor were they too time consuming to make. Until recently, I have continued to enjoy both of these meals using tuna fish as the main ingredient –

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  • Antiques on the Avenue – Same Show, New Location0

    Selinsgrove’s 31st Annual Antiques on the Avenue Show and Sale will be held on Sunday, July 12 from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m., rain or shine. Due to Susquehanna University being closed for the summer, the location had to be changed. It will be held in the back parking lot of the Selinsgrove Intermediate School.

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  • A Summertime Celebration of Freedom

    A Summertime Celebration of Freedom0

    Happy 244th birthday to the United States of America! We the People need to celebrate our Independence Day and all the blood, sweat and tears that have gone into making our Nation the light of liberty that shines around the world. The United States of America is the greatest example of freedom and democracy at

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  • Enjoy a Safe and Happy Independence Day0

    Happy 4th of July! Before we get started with anything else, I first want to congratulate our winner of the Webb Weekly Great American Cookout giveaway! Congratulations to Donna Chapman of Williamsport! Donna is the winner of a grill from Elery Nau Hardware in Montoursville, along with $50 gift cards to both Frosty Beverage of

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  • 25th Annual Set the Night to Music0

    4th of July Celebration to Be Held At Lycoming County Fairgrounds Founding Father and second American President, John Adams wrote that Independence Day should be celebrated with “pomp, parade, illumination, and fireworks,” and that tradition will continue locally when the 25th annual “Set the Night To Music” fireworks display and celebration will again be held,

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  • BE FAST to Recognize the Signs of a Stroke0

    By Wenzhuan He, MD Neurologist, UPMC Stroke is also referred to as a brain attack. A stroke occurs every 40 seconds in the U.S. and it’s the leading cause of long-term disability. If detected early and with proper treatment, there’s a better chance of survival and less long-term effects. There are two type of stroke,

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  • Summer Sweaters0

    The phrase “summer sweaters” may seem counterintuitive, if not a bit ridiculous, with the days growing longer and temperatures rising as we head toward the 4th of July. However, with air conditioning and breezy summer nights, it’s not a bad idea to keep a lightweight knit on hand to combat summer goosebumps. Plus, by incorporating

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