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South Williamsport, PA
United States

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  • Closing Out March Madness0

    Spring has definitely sprung across the West Branch Valley, and with late March and April showers come May flowers. I especially enjoy the increased hours of daylight and knowing those long days of summer are just around the corner. As you’re reading this, many of our local baseball teams have already thrown their first pitch

  • We’re Going on an Easter Egg Hunt!0

    Boys and girls, you’re about to behold a sight so fluffy, so delightful, so utterly adorable, that I urge those of you who are easily tickled or prone to the giggles to look the other way — but if you are still here, step right up, everyone has a chance to win a prize! As

  • Ukrainian Donations, St. Paddy’s Day Celebration, and Home Improvement Anticipation0

    Happy Saint Patrick’s Day, and good luck to all on planning whatever home improvement is needed. Before I get to both of those topics, I have a little more serious issue to talk about. I am always amazed how the people of the West Branch Valley come together during a crisis, whether it’s here at

  • Fun Ways for Children to Participate in St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations0

    Full disclosure, I am not Irish. Not even a little bit. I have a 23andMe report to confirm it. But everyone loves to celebrate St. Paddy’s Day! Plus, my mom still insists on pinching people for not wearing green, despite the fact that she is also, not even a little bit Irish. So I’ll wear

  • Foreign Policy Begins with Big Stick Diplomacy0

    As Ash Wednesday began the Lenten season last week, my thoughts and prayers were with the people of Ukraine. At press time, it was estimated that over 1.5 million Ukrainians had fled their country, leaving most everything behind. Those who are bravely staying to fight the Russian invasion face a battle they can’t win without

  • Family Activities to Get Kids Off the Couch0

    Hey y’all! Guess what?! Daylight Savings time begins on Sunday! You know what that means right? Well, first, it means you need to check your smoke alarms/CO detectors and make sure they are all in working order. Oh and see if you can finally figure out how to change that clock on your microwave, or

  • From Russia Without Love0

    No matter who has been the president of the United States, I have never had more concerns about an administration and those calling the shots behind the scenes than the Biden administration. However, with Vladimir Putin’s decision to declare war and invade Ukraine, it doesn’t seem the right time to start questioning the how, what,

  • Snow Days vs. Remote Days0

    As of my writing, it’s Friday, February 25th. The weather is…terrible. Last night, school districts made the call to move the kids to remote learning today. And — wow — do people have some things to say about that! As not to be left out of the fun, let me share with you my utterly

  • A Cup of Coffee and a Conversation0

    As most of you know, I’m an early riser. Many of my mornings begin at one of our local eateries with a cup of coffee, a glass of water, and sometimes breakfast. I think it’s very important to get out and about in this world we live in. To have a routine that includes socializing

  • Who Comes Up With These Things?0

    According to both holidayinsights.com and nationaltoday.com, February 23rd is International Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day. I have no idea why we need a day for that, let alone an international day for that, but you know what? It’s the end of February, the winter blues are well set in, let’s roll with it. According to an

  • Bingo, Boxing and a Burger0

    I appreciate when nonprofit organizations come up with new and creative ways to raise money. The American people are the most generous folks in the world; they are also the most asked for charitable donations. Your local business community is always on the front lines when it comes to donations, funding, and sponsorship. They get

  • Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month0

    It’s never a fun subject to discuss, but that may make it even more important to discuss. One in three high school students will experience some form of dating violence in their relationships. One in ten high school students has been purposefully hit, slapped or physically hurt by a boyfriend or girlfriend. According to breakthecycle.org