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  • The Road to 900

    The Road to 9000

    A few days after Loyalsock’s basketball team achieved win number 900 for veteran coach Ron Insinger, the coaching legend was kind enough to sit down and share his thoughts on what it all means to him. “Believe it or not I can vividly remember each one from 100 on through. Reaching a lofty goal is

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  • This Week’s LION: Ann Kaufman

    This Week’s LION: Ann Kaufman0

    One of the great mysteries in leadership theory is that no one has come up with a way to predict leadership. Everyone can recognize a leader after they have achieved something worthwhile, but who has the crystal ball to pick that person while they are still a nobody? Maybe someone should interview Congressman Tom Marino

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  • County Hall Corner: Connecting to the Future0

    San Antonio, Texas, and Williamsport, PA are generally not thought to have anything in common, but there are some general similarities. San Antonio is well known for the Alamo, just as Williamsport is widely renowned for Little League. They also are cities that border rivers, which historically have been both a blessing and a burden.

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  • An Incredible County Coroner0

    When Hamlet was musing, “to be or not to be,” he hesitated because death is the “undiscovered country”. Charles E. “Chuck” Kiessling Jr. is one who stands in the threshold of that mystery. As the Lycoming County Coroner, his duty is to determine the manner and cause of deaths that occur in his jurisdiction. But

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  • County Hall Corner: A Great Golf Course0

    A couple of weeks ago it was noted in this column that there were several hot-button issues that the Lycoming County Commissioners would have to deal with in 2018. The White Deer Golf Course is one of those that will be closely watched throughout the year. The County Commissioners have made it clear that this

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  • County Hall Corner Motivation Inside and Out0

    The County Commissioner’s Meeting on Thursday, January 25th was memorable in many ways. Last week’s column featured the awarding of the day reporting center contract, which was almost a year in the making. But the meeting had some other interesting aspects that also deserve mention. At the 10:00 a.m. start time, the meeting room was

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  • Special Edition LION: Mayor Campana at the White House0

    When Mayor Gabe Campana went to work at City Hall on Friday, January 19th, the last thing he was expecting was an invitation to visit the President at the White House. Yet, the phone rang, and the offer was extended to be one of 75 mayors from around the nation to meet with President Trump

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  • The Probation Day Reporting Program0

    Every newly elected governmental body inherits the problems of the past administration plus the new ones that arise. This was true when Tony Mussare, Jack McKernan, and Rick Mirabito began as a new board of commissioners for Lycoming County in January 2016. The one big elephant in the room was the problem of budget deficits.

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  • County Hall Corner – Help is Three-Digits Away0

    Everyone knows about calling 911 when there is an emergency requiring the police, fire, or ambulance services. What is not nearly as well known is calling 211, the number for information on available social services. At a recent County Commissioners Meeting, Jack McKernan distributed pamphlets to the “Help Line” serving North-Eastern Pennsylvania, including Lycoming County.

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  • County Hall Corner – Facing the Future0

    Yes, it is a new year, and we are all thinking about the future, but for the moment, take a trip back in time with me. Imagine that I am meeting myself twenty years ago. 20th Century Larry (20C Larry) meets me (21C Larry), and we start talking about communications. “Oh, look at this,” 20C

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  • PA 2-1-1 System Making a Difference: Lycoming County United Way Helping to Fund the Solution0

    If you have an emergency and need the services of a first responder you have an easy three-digit number — 911 — that will help you summon assistance quickly, but when people need assistance due to unfortunate circumstances or an emergency in which they need the help of a social service agency, there is a

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  • Virtual Food Drives: An Easy Way to Donate Nutritious Foods0

    What started as a one-day demonstration project on World Food Day in 1981 to address the needs of families struggling with hunger, has now turned into the largest non-profit food distribution organization in central Pennsylvania. The Central Pennsylvania Food Bank (under the umbrella of Feeding America and Feeding Pennsylvania) serves 27 counties from the border

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