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280 Kane St. STE #2
South Williamsport, PA
United States

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  • County Hall Corner: Very Needed Veterans Court0

    Being a veteran, especially one who has served in a combat area, casts a shadow on the psyche that never truly goes away. Audie Murphy is a classic example. A poor farm boy from Texas, he joined the army after Pearl Harbor at age 17 and saw combat in Sicily and southern Italy. Amazingly, by

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  • A Basketball Family’s Journey of Love, Faith, and Community

    A Basketball Family’s Journey of Love, Faith, and Community3

    Heartfelt congratulations to CI – Ron Insinger, Assistant Coaches Jeff Everett and Randy Glunk, the amazing Lancer players, and the Lancer nation. My staff has done a great job in the pages ahead, covering the 3A Pennsylvania State Champion’s run to the title. The longest journey begins with that first step, or maybe, in this

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  • Business Finished. Coach Insinger Discusses His State Championship Team0

    Like King Arthur’s quest for the Holy Grail, legendary, longtime Loyalsock High School basketball mentor, Ron, C. I., Insinger, had his own quest for his own Holy Grail–a state basketball championship title. Well, finally, after 47 years, that arduous quest has ended joyfully with a 75-53 win over Brookville two weeks ago. We at Webb

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  • This Past Year Has Been a Challenging One For North Central Sight Services0

    Like many social service agencies, North Central Sight Services has found this past year of the pandemic a difficult and challenging one. Still, through it all, they have soldiered on providing their services to those searching for them and have come through this trying time better than ever. “This past year has been challenging for

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  • County Hall Corner: A Wolf in Wolf’s Language2

    Governor Thomas Wolf is undoubtedly the most educated governor in Pennsylvania history. He went to high school at the prestigious Hill School (where Donald Trump Jr., director Oliver Stone, and General George Patton were also alumni), graduated with his bachelor’s degree magna cum laude from the Ivy League university, Dartmouth, received a master’s in philosophy

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  • Grit March 19, 1972: Bishop Neumann Brings State ‘C’ Title to City – In Coach Gary Koons’ First Year0

    Area scholastic basketball for 1971-1972 came to a dazzling finish during the last week when five Greater Williamsport basketball teams went to the wire in district compete and one of them—Bishop Neumann grabbed a state championship. The Knights whose first-year coach, Gary Koons may be wondering what to do for an encore, waded through all

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  • What’s Up Doc?0

    Carrots are a healthy choice to plant in your garden. They are rich in beta-carotene, which helps support our eye and skin health and immune system. Carrots are said to have first originated in Central Asia and arrived in America in 1629 with the Pilgrims. We live in grow zone 6A, meaning I can sow

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  • How to Stay Safe During Your Remodel Amid COVID-19

    How to Stay Safe During Your Remodel Amid COVID-190

    Many homeowners still find themselves stuck at home due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. With all the extra time spent indoors, some homeowners are re-evaluating the space they occupy and turning to remodelers to help them safely and effectively complete home improvement projects. However, the pandemic has changed the way homeowners and remodelers communicate even

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  • How to Improve Your Home’s Air Quality

    How to Improve Your Home’s Air Quality0

    As Americans continue to spend more time at home, it’s important to support the health and comfort of those living spaces. Regularly cleaning and disinfecting surfaces is an important step, but one often overlooked aspect of a home’s health and comfort is its air quality. Proactively addressing potential air quality issues can result in cleaner

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  • Two WASD OM Teams Advance to State Finals on April 10th

    Two WASD OM Teams Advance to State Finals on April 10th0

    Two Williamsport Area School District Odyssey of the Mind teams that virtually competed at the Regional Tournament on March 17 are headed to the State Finals. This year’s contending teams from WASD were both represented by Curtin Intermediate School, with each advancing on first-place finishes. The results of the regional tournament and team rosters are:

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  • Home Buying During the COVID-19 Outbreak

    Home Buying During the COVID-19 Outbreak0

    Homeowners know that the process of buying a home can be both exciting and nervewracking. The anxiety associated with buying a home has hit new heights during the outbreak of the novel coronavirus COVID-19. Historically low interest rates and limited inventory has made 2020 an especially unique time to buy a home. It’s also a

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  • Noah’s Earth Day Cleanup

    Noah’s Earth Day Cleanup0

    Noah Kriger is a typical eight-year-old. As I sat with his mother, Laura, and father Josh in their living room on Walnut Street in Williamsport, Noah was bouncing around on the couch, talking about basketball one second and pandas the next. More than once, he popped out of the room to show me something we

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