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  • Let’s Read0

    I am a huge proponent of reading. Whether is trashy romance, young adult (even if you are an old adult), comic books, textbooks, or gossip magazines. Reading stimulates the brain and keeps it active and working — even if the content isn’t top tier. One of the great things about my Kindle (other than being

  • Gearing Up0

    Special thanks to my friends at Little International. They have provided another unforgettable experience. Jensen and his mates have spent the past two weeks playing games at their gorgeous facilities, battling it out with other locals at Howard J. Lamade and Volunteer Stadiums. It’s a dream come true for many of these youngsters. That includes

  • Long Time Umpire Barry Rake Honored By Loyalsock Little League0

    For more than 50 years, Barry Rake has been stepping on baseball fields as a coach and later as a long time umpire. Much of that umpiring time occurred at Loyalsock Little League. Because of that long term commitment to Loyalsock, Rake was recently honored by the league by a special award and having the

  • Wearing the Uniform0

    Happy May Day! The day marks the halfway point between the first day of spring and the summer solstice and dates back to the days of the Romans. In this country, it is also a day known for Maypoles, flowers and the welcoming of spring. At one time, the day was a holiday for some,

  • Brown Jackets

    Brown Jackets0

    One of my favorite “sporting” weeks just came to a close. Yes. There is so much going on these first few days of April, and it shows. Congrats to VA as they claimed the NCAA title Monday. I am a huge fan of the Cavaliers and give them a ton of credit. They were bounced

  • From Warrior Run to ASU0

    In today’s fast-paced society of ‘I want it all, and I want it now,’ humble beginnings aren’t viewed as the preferred route of choice. But for those who have followed that path good things have often followed. Such is the case for former Warrior Run star quarterback Charlie Fisher who now 39 years later serves