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  • A Positive Kidney for Jeff0

    At the end of 2018, there were roughly 113,000 men, women, and children on the national transplant waiting list. 83% of those are waiting on a kidney. Jeff Burget is one of those. Jeff’s kidney issues began when he was seven from a problem related to strep throat. But in 2012, while in the hospital

  • Summertime0

    It’s all but mid-July and the lazy-hazy-crazy days of summer are upon us. It seemed like Mother Nature took her sweet time getting around to summer weather, but it appears to be here finally. So how are you spending your summer? Since I don’t have a pool or really know anyone who does, I’m looking

  • Winner, Winner And a Chicken Dinner!

    Winner, Winner And a Chicken Dinner!0

    The results are in and we have a winner for our Great American Cookout, Summer Prize Pack Giveaway! Congratulations to Phyllis Maietta from Loyalsock! She won an amazing Holland Grill from Lycoming Lawn and Garden, and $50 gift cards to Rupert’s Specialty Meats, Tony’s Deli and Frosty Beverage! Everything she needs to have an amazing

  • Summer Hair Repair0

    Believe it or not, it is, in fact, summer. Mother Nature hasn’t seemed to have gotten the memo, but it is summer. Heat, sun, humidity, salt water, and chlorine can all wreak havoc on your hair. So what can you do to protect your hair or undo some of the damage? Glad you asked. Here

  • Summer Pot Lucks

    Summer Pot Lucks0

    Even though we now have Andrea (pg. 24) providing amazing recipes for us, that doesn’t mean that I am going to leave you high and dry on the recipe front. We are coming into picnic season and that means finding something to take along for pot lucks! I found these two great recipes that sound

  • Happy PRIDE!0

    Alright folks, buckle up. It’s that time of year again. So let’s just get this out here now. I am going to write about Pride Month. If you are somehow, some way, living in 2019 and still offended by that, please stop reading. If you insist on continuing to read and then insist on following

  • Carrying the Name1

    For me, Father John was more than a priest. He was more than a supporter of our community. He was more than the man who walked with a boot with the Williamsport Fire Department during the Grand Slam Parade or the man who led prayers at the 9/11 Memorial Ride. He was more than the

  • Memorial Day0

    It’s easy to get caught up in the ‘kick-off to summer’ aspect of Memorial Day. It’s easy to lose sight of what this holiday is about. It’s not about picnics and BBQs and long weekends. It’s about remembering those that made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. In case you need a reminder of just

  • 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

  • Happy Mother’s Day0

    It’s become tradition to run this list on Mother’s Day, tweaking as I go along, because all moms in all their forms, shapes, sizes and colors deserve to be recognized — not just on Mother’s Day, but every day! So without further ado… First of all, Happy Mother’s Day to my mom, who helped me