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  • Four Steps to Live in the Present Every Day

    Four Steps to Live in the Present Every Day0

    Living in the present means celebrating each moment as it happens without worries about the past or anxiety for what the future holds and enjoying life to the fullest. Many people find themselves thinking about what happened yesterday or what might happen tomorrow, making living in the now a challenge. You can overcome those hurdles

  • Upward and Onward0

    Another Upward basketball season is in the books, and once again, I had just a wonderful time coaching the kids — 4th, 5th, and 6th graders — entrusted to me. I also did a little refereeing of the games I did not coach. In Matthew 19, 14, Jesus said, “Let the children come to me,

  • Crow or Raven?0

    I was talking with someone the other day, and they told me they saw what looked like an unusually large crow. When I said that what he saw was very likely a raven and not a crow, he seemed a little surprised. What’s interesting is that about ten minutes before our conservation, I watched a

  • Sweet Tooth

    Sweet Tooth0

    Are you a salty or sweet person or, like me, a little of both? I was always a salt person until I got pregnant with Kenzy. I craved McDonald’s ice cream cones like crazy and ice cream in general. I liked ice cream before but never “had to have it” until I was pregnant. With

  • Zach Lynn (left) and brother Josh with the Mifflinburg fishing team.

    Zach Lynn (left) and brother Josh with the Mifflinburg fishing team.0

    High School Fishing He’s felt the tension of playoff soccer. Enjoyed the 60-foot 6-inch challenge of trying to get a batter out. He’s experienced the excitement of sinking 3-pointers in raucous gymnasiums. But for South Williamsport senior Zach Lynn, it is the fourth sport he plays that gives him the most satisfaction. For many, the

  • Quizzo at the Taber0

    Quizzo at the Taber will be held at the Thomas T. Taber Museum of the Lycoming County Historical Society on Saturday, April 1, 2023, from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. Jon Mackey (or his associate), who regularly poses questions to curious guests of local eateries, is going to challenge folks who attend the Historical Society

  • Tight Lines

    Tight Lines0

    I’ve mentioned before that I am one of North Central PA’s biggest fans. It’s true. Seriously folks. What’s not to love about the 570? This place is just splendid. Our beautiful area is the perfect backdrop for an outdoor enthusiast like me. Yes. I absolutely dig everything about her, and I am still patiently waiting

  • Prioritize Heart Health with a Balanced Eating Plan0

    No matter your motivations, it’s never too late or too early to start focusing on your heart health, and taking steps now can make a big difference. Small changes, like following a healthier eating plan, can help you start down a path toward improved heart health. One step you can take is following the DASH

  • Gazette and Bulletin: March 19, 1912 – The Big Show Opened Most Successfully0

    The first annual Williamsport Automobile Show opened last evening in the Twelfth Regiment Armory on Pine Street. Several thousand people gathered for the opening night. There are automobiles of different types on the floor, all polished to the highest possible degree and they alone form an attraction sufficiently interesting to call anyone to the show.

  • The Bookworm Sez: “All the Beauty in the World: The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Me” by Patrick Bringley

    The Bookworm Sez: “All the Beauty in the World: The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Me” by Patrick Bringley0

    One hundred eighty degrees. That’s where you want to be after something very bad has occurred. You want as far as possible away from it, miles out of reach, an exact opposite situation, pronto, thank you. A new schedule, different place, rearrangement, anything that’s not that anymore. As in the new book “All the Beauty

  • Shamrocks, Hoops and Home Improvement0

    Well, the winter that wasn’t has shown up like a lion for the month of March. Let’s hope the saying holds true and it goes out like a lamb. What a great time of year, late winter snowfall and all. Soon we will be enjoying all the sweet sounds, sights, and activities of Spring. Daylight

  • Happy St. Patrick’s Day0

    “Beannachtaí na Féile Pádraig ort!” — in other words, “May the blessing of St. Patrick’s Day be on you.” I am not Irish. Not even a little bit. According to 23andMe, I am Italian and German. Leaning heavily towards the Italian. But there’s nothing wrong with finding the Irish spirit and having some St. Patrick’s

  • Williamsport Area Middle School Set to Present “Beauty and the Beast Jr.”0

    The Williamsport Area Middle School is busy preparing for its opening night of this year’s musical, “Beauty and the Beast Jr.” The show is set to begin at 7 p.m., Friday, March 24, with a matinee performance scheduled for 2 p.m., Saturday, March 25. The show will follow the classic story “of Belle, a young

  • The Roving Sportsman… Creating a Management Plan0

    Most people would agree that if you are serious about accomplishing a goal, you need a plan. This becomes even more critical when you are looking at a complex set of goals, and time and money may be limited. Such just might be the case if you are a landowner, a member of a hunting

  • Bill Nighy the Screen Guy: Actor’s Best Work Now Streaming0

    This piece was written before — but published after — the 2023 Academy Awards, during which Britain’s Bill Nighy competed for Best Actor. But even if Nighy wound up losing to Brendan Fraser, his many fans still have cause to celebrate — because the film he was tapped for is now available to stream! Simply

  • Bird Watching0

    I’d be the first to admit that I am not an avid bird watcher; don’t misunderstand, I enjoy seeing and identifying all the different birds, but I am not a serious, dedicated bird watcher like some people I know. While I may not keep a check-off list of the birds I spot each year, as

  • Rainy Day Style0

    Even for those of us that are meticulous forecast checkers, sometimes you wake up, and it’s unexpectedly raining, throwing all of the potential outfit ideas you had the night before out the window, and are now being drenched. While wet weather can be a downer, it doesn’t mean your look has to follow suit. Here

  • Sports Have No Off-Season0

    For area high school athletes participating in baseball, softball, tennis, and track & field, the dawning of March 6 was anticipated by all. The date marked ‘the official’ beginning of practice permitted by the PIAA for spring sports. South Williamsport softball coach Tom O’Malley spent hours before his squad’s afternoon practice time riding a tractor

  • Road Trip

    Road Trip0

    I had every intention of writing a great column. But then I experienced a few misfortunes. Beware of the Ides of March, kids. We were spoiled this winter. And now the snow is coming. We have a beautiful new terminal. I will fill you in later. My original plan was to tell you more about

  • Local Ancient Order of Hibernians Division Promotes Irish Heritage All Year Long0

    Beannachti na Naomh Phadraig duit. In the Irish language, this means “Blessings of Saint Patrick to you.” St. Patrick’s Day in Ireland is considered a Holy Day of Obligation in the Catholic faith. Traditionally, people started their day with mass and then went home to a large dinner and celebrations with family and friends. Unlike


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