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  • The Connection Between Eating and Energy

    The Connection Between Eating and Energy0

    The connection between energy and eating is significant. A healthy diet and approach to eating can vastly improve energy levels, while a poorly planned diet that lacks nutrition can contribute to feelings of fatigue and increase a person’s risk for various ailments. The Harvard Medical School notes that different kinds of foods are converted to

  • Taber Museum Society Program to Present Afternoon of World War I Era Music0

    The Thomas T. Taber Museum of the Lycoming County Historical Society will host a Society Program on Sunday, August 19, at 1:40 p.m. in its Community Room. The program will feature the River Valley Quintet in a medley of music including well-known tunes by Irving Berlin, John Philip Sousa, Scott Joplin, and George M. Cohan.

  • Elevate Your Summer Grilling

    Elevate Your Summer Grilling0

    Weekend barbecues, birthday celebrations and family reunions are in full swing, so up your grill game from basic to bold with a few ideas to leave your guests wanting more. Step outside your comfort zone and create some “wow-worthy” dishes with big flavors with these recipes from McCormick and chef Roger Mooking from Cooking Channel’s

  • The Roving Sportsman… Habitat Improvement: Trees0

    Writer’s note: We have previously discussed developing a Management Plan for Habitat Improvement, and now we’ll look at specifics. This is the first of a 3-part series about Habitat Improvement, which will cover: Trees, Bushes, Shrubs and Vines, and Food Plots. EXISTING TREES: To begin with, we should have done a survey that identifies the

  • Uptown Music Collective To Hold Open House For Fall Enrollment0

    On Saturday, August 11th from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. the Uptown Music Collective will be holding an Open House at the school’s facility located at 144 West Third Street in Downtown Williamsport. The facility features eight private lesson suites, two classrooms, two ensemble rooms, a computer lab, a recording studio, video studio, and more. In

  • The Bookworm Sez: “Tomorrow: A Novel” by Damian Dibben

    The Bookworm Sez: “Tomorrow: A Novel” by Damian Dibben0

    You have a little shadow. All day long, wherever you go, your dog is right beside you. He goes from bedroom to kitchen, to the garage, to the TV; if you’re there, so is he. He follows you everywhere — as in the new novel, “Tomorrow” by Damian Dibben, he’d even follow you through the

  • You Don’t Want to Smoke This Weed!

    You Don’t Want to Smoke This Weed!0

    In my travels the last three years to watch Jimmy play baseball in Olean, New York, I’ve made it to about every town that makes up the 12-team New York Collegiate Baseball League. From Hornell to Niagara, all the way across the state to Rochester and Syracuse, New York is truly a beautiful state. A

  • Family Fun Month0

    August is National Family Fun Month! So this week I’m bringing you lots of fun, family friendly things to do this month. Hopefully, by the time you are reading this, the floodwaters have receded and the Hiawatha is back in the river. Tuesdays in August are family nights on the Hiawatha. Join them for a

  • 31st Annual Loyalsock Valley Antique Farm Machinery Show

    31st Annual Loyalsock Valley Antique Farm Machinery Show0

    If you enjoy the roar and belching of engines and like antique farm machinery on display and in action, then the Consolidated Sportsmen’s Grounds along Route 87 in Plunketts Creek Township is the place for you this weekend, August 2 to 5. Gravely garden tractors will be the featured tractor at this year’s Show. “Because

  • You Won’t Believe What I Saw!0

    You won’t believe what I saw! How often do we hear people say that these days? I think we hear it a lot now — especially when we see wildlife we were not aware existed here, or wildlife that is extremely secretive in its behavior. Even as a kid I remember making that statement myself

  • No Pain, No Gain – Overuse Can Lead to Season Ending Injuries0

    Overuse injuries, or repetitive strain injuries, are common athletic injuries associated with tendons, bones, and joints. Common examples of overuse injuries include tennis elbow, swimmer’s shoulder, pitching elbow, runner’s knee, jumper’s knee, Achilles tendinitis, and shin splints. The human body has a tremendous capacity to adapt to physical stress. While we tend to think of

  • Annual LaFesta Takes Place August 3, 4 and 50

    The enjoyment of all things Italian is the outstanding feature of the annual LaFesta event that will take place this Friday, August 3, Saturday, August 4 and Sunday, August 5 at the Sons of Italy in downtown Williamsport. If you look up LaFesta in a dictionary, you may get a couple of different meanings. One

  • Lifestyle Choices That Can Decrease Cancer Risk0

    The United Nations estimates that the world is home to 7.6 billion people. None of those people, regardless of their ethnicity, race or gender, are immune to cancer. According to the World Health Organization, cancer is the second-leading cause of death across the globe. Responsible for nearly nine million deaths in 2015, cancer is a

  • The Girls of Summer

    The Girls of Summer0

    The South Williamsport 8-9-10 Softball All-Stars, their coaches, and families have had quite the summer. As soon as their regular Little League season ended, the All-Star team was selected and started their practices mornings and evenings! The girls completed an undefeated District run with a final win over Clinton LL July 4th at Clinton. They

  • Summer Isn’t the Only Thing Slipping Away0

    In case you haven’t noticed, and I am sure you have, summer is half over. More depressing, there are several trees that are shedding some yellow, crisp leaves. Hey, Mr. Tree over there, it’s not even October yet! So don’t deflate our hot air balloons just yet, OK? On a brighter note, congratulate my father

  • The Roving Sportsman… Groundhogs, Woodchucks, Whistle Pigs0

    Young groundhogs, like the young of any species, are cute. But they quickly grow out of their “cute” stage and before long are spreading their wings and traveling to new locations, where they will burrow holes as entryways to their dens. All too often, these holes are a problem — either in open fields or

  • This Week’s LION: Mike Sherman – Soccer Visionary0

    Soccer has been continually growing in popularity among young people, and one of the reasons may be people like Mike Sherman. A native of Watsontown, Mike played high school soccer at Warrior Run High School, and then went on to play for Penn State-Hazelton, where he made All-Conference as a forward. Going to main campus

  • What to do After Suffering a Sunburn0

    Summer fun routinely involves days spent soaking up some of the sun’s rays. Relaxing days at the beach, barbecues in the backyard or picnics at the park can make for fun summer activities that create lasting memories. While spending time in the great outdoors is a great way to take advantage of summer weather, it’s

  • Gazette and Bulletin – August 4, 1941 – Grays Ruin Don Manno’s Debut, Pick Up Game0

    Spencer Abbott’s latest shuffle of the Williamsport batting order, which sent Irv Kohlberg into the clean-up spot, paid off a nifty dividend yesterday. The young first sacker, swatting with renewed vigor, delivered the pay- off blow in a rousing 3-2 skirmish with the Hartford Laurels yesterday, who are paying their last visit to Bowman Field

  • Reboot the Basics0

    Garments like white t-shirts, gray trousers, jeans, black dresses, sneakers and patent leather flats are good grounding pieces for any lady’s wardrobe. You simply can’t go wrong with these basics, as they pretty much go with everything else in your closet and can be worn for just about any occasion. However, after multiple wears, these


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