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

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  • What’s the Haps?0

    We are officially at the beginning of winter blues season. It’s cold. It’s dark. People all over are sick. It’s generally pretty icky. The best way to stave off the winter dull drums is to get out of the house. There are always a ton of things going on locally so get out and enjoy

  • Recruiting Reality0

    For those of you who were able to stay up until the wee hours to watch last week’s NCAA championship game between Alabama and Georgia, it was quite obvious just how important recruiting is to the college game. Freshmen who were playing in high school one year earlier were making play after play in the

  • Heart-Warming and Hilarious “Over the Tavern” To Run at the Community Theatre League0

    The Community Theatre League in Williamsport, PA will present the touching comedy Over the Tavern by Tom Dudzick on January 19, 20, 25, 26, and 27 at 7:30 p.m., and 28 at 2:00 p.m. In that most idealized period of 20th-century America, the Eisenhower years of the 1950s, the Pazinski family has a lot going on in

  • The Roving Sportsman… Lesson Learned0

    I begin with a confession. Yes, I did recently pen an article in which I discussed choices of rifles and calibers when it comes to deer hunting. And, yes, I sang the praises of a .260 caliber rifle and the 120-grain ballistic tip bullet it uses. The truth remains that I have, over the years,

  • Becoming One of the “Frozen Chosen”0

    I guess the first question that many of my friends and acquaintances ask me is, “Why would anybody want to become one of the Frozen Chosen?” Believe it or not, the number of people who opt to walk the hard water in search of fish is actually increasing. Over the past couple of weeks, my

  • The Bookworm Sez: “Into the Water” by Paula Hawkins0

    “Into the Water” by Paula Hawkins c.2017, Riverhead Books $28.00 389 pages – c.2017, Doubleday Canada $34.95 Canada – 389 pages Row, row, row your boat. That’s not the only way to get around in the water, but it could be the driest one going gently down the stream. Still, you must do it carefully,

  • Hoffman Continues to Shine Throughout the Lead-up to His Third State Championship Run0

    Sometimes, when you’re that good, it’s hard to find the next challenge. The goal has to change a bit as the next true moment of adversity might be days, weeks, or even months off. Good competitors find a way to stay sharp and focused in preparation for the next challenge. For Montoursville’s Gavin Hoffman, who

  • Lewisburg’s Grace Kelleher Plays With Smarts and Skill to Lead on the Court0

    As Lewisburg’s defense was putting the final touches on an outstanding performance, another player was also putting the final pieces together for her performance of the night. Lewisburg’s Grace Kelleher led the Dragons throughout its showdown with Shamokin, which had lost just one previous game up to that point. Kelleher, along with the Dragon’s outstanding

  • Ice Fishing 1010

    I truly dig everything about north central PA. I guess you could say I am one of her biggest fans. Seriously. What’s not to love about the 570? This place is just splendid, and our beautiful area is the perfect backdrop for an outdoor enthusiast like me. No. I am not a member of the

  • O’Malley, Mussina & More0

    The last Saturday of 2017 arrived with temperatures in the single digits and an overnight covering of snow on the ground. Rather than sleeping in on a cold winter’s day, a few hundred area scholastic coaches dutifully fishtailed their vehicles up the unplowed hill to Williamsport Area High School for a day of PIAA mandated

  • Coyotes’ Numbers Increasing in Pennsylvania0

    At this point, in all my years of hunting, I have done nothing to slow the increase in the coyote population in our state. While hunting deer and bears I have spotted coyotes, but no situation ever arose where I could get a decent shot. A couple of times I even tried calling at night

  • The Roving Sportsman… Thoughts for the New Year0

    The ball has dropped. The New Year’s Eve parties are behind us. Hopefully, our heads have cleared up by now from the revelries of New Year’s Eve, and we can take time to focus on what lies ahead in the coming year. So, steep a pot of tea, or brew a jug of coffee, and

  • STEM Opportunities for High School Students in Lycoming County0

    By Evelyn Griffith, Yahya Khan, Molly Lusk, and Anna Griffith, Loyalsock Township High School “The future of the economy is in STEM,” said James Brown, the executive director of the STEM Education Coalition in Washington, D.C. Employment in occupations related to STEM — science, technology, engineering, and mathematics — is projected to grow to more

  • 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

  • Healthy Skin for the Whole Family This Winter0

    It has been a very chilly start to the New Year! With cold weather comes dry skin. Chapped lips, red noses, and flakey patches can affect everyone in your household. And while some members of your family may scoff at skin care, when it comes to keeping everyone healthy this season, it’s important to not

  • The YWCA of Northcentral Pennsylvania Celebrates 125 Years of Service0

    The year was 1893. Grover Cleveland was President of the United States, Robert E. Pattison was Governor of Pennsylvania, and William G. Elliot was Mayor of Williamsport. The first college basketball game ever played was played on April 8 between Geneva College of Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania and the YMCA team from nearby New Brighton. The


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