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  • The Leadership Challenge0

    I recently looked through some books that I had not read in quite a while and came across The Leadership Challenge, written by James Kouzes and Barry Posner. Though I am not particularly into reading books on leadership, this is one of the better ones that I have come across and would recommend reading to

  • Manfred’s Move0

    I am a baseball fan. I am also a fan of democracy and each citizen’s right to express their preference in choosing our leaders at the ballot box. But, come on man, the events of the past few weeks have nothing to do with baseball or democracy — rather all about whose power or clout

  • Resurrection Life!: Anxious0

    John 20:19-20, “On the evening of that first day of the week (Easter morning), when the disciples were together, with the doors locked for fear of the Jewish leaders, Jesus came and stood among them and said, “Peace be with you!” After he said this, he showed them his hands and side.” Evening? Have you

  • Five Tips to Spring Clean Your Home Inside and Out

    Five Tips to Spring Clean Your Home Inside and Out0

    Spring cleaning isn’t just about purging dirt and grime. It’s also the perfect opportunity to take inventory of items around your home. As you tackle this season’s cleaning, look for ways to improve your overall living space, from getting rid of things you no longer need to adding items that can work harder for you.

  • The Roving Sportsman… Youth Day and Opening Day Tactics for 20210

    In just a few days, the one day Pennsylvania Youth Spring Gobbler Hunt will take place — Saturday, April 24th to be exact. On the following Saturday, May 1, our statewide Spring Gobbler Season gets underway. These are the days many of us have been daydreaming about for weeks, so let’s take a look at

  • Inspirational Novel About Autism, Inclusion and Competition Penned By Local Author

    Inspirational Novel About Autism, Inclusion and Competition Penned By Local Author0

    Autism is often little understood or under-understood and when it is written about or discussed, it is often done in a clinical and sterile manner. One local author attempts to humanize it and make it more accessible to people in a new novel titled A Mile in Her Shoes. The novel was written by local

  • Absolute Presidential Absurdity2

    As I had written when Joe Biden was elected President, I would give him the opportunity to get to work for the American people before I passed any judgment on his job performance. President Biden now has the first quarter of 2021 under his belt, and my pen has been burning up to let you

  • Taking Better Care0

    Last weekend I celebrated my birthday. We won’t discuss how old I turned but suffice it to say it was a milestone and a reminder that taking better care of my health needs to become a bigger priority. So, I am officially on a mission of better health. Now is the time for more exercise,

  • Don Daughenbaugh’s Fishing Legacy0

    Singularly, the soft sound of fishing lines penetrating the waters of local streams last Saturday as the 2021 Pennsylvania fishing season got underway wouldn’t register much on a decibel scale. Still, the collective joy of those making the casts will long be heard in fish-telling circles for days and weeks to come. To many, the

  • Resurrection Life!0

    Abandoned There are several forty-day periods recognized in the Bible: the rain of Noah’s flood, Goliath’s taunting of Israel, Moses on the mountain, the spies in the promised land, Jesus in the wilderness. The number forty seems to be significant. Theologians speculate as to why, but the Bible does not give us that detail. There

  • 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

  • National Distracted Driving Awareness Month0

    April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Distracted driving is performing any action that takes your attention or focus off the road or your hands off the wheel. While cell phone use is the most commonly discussed form of distracted driving it is not the only form of distracted driving. Things such as eating while

  • National Poetry Month

    National Poetry Month0

    Back in 1996, the Academy of American Poets launched the month of April as National Poetry Month to remind the public that poets and poetry are part of the national cultural conversation, both for social discourse and education. In the past 25 years, almost a billion readers, students, teachers, librarians, booksellers, publishers, families, and poets

  • UPMC ENT: Relief from Seasonal Allergies Possible0

    Spring brings warmer weather and an awakening from what many would consider as a harsh winter here in northcentral Pennsylvania. The flowers, the butterflies, the fresh air. It’s a beautiful time of year, unless you suffer from allergies. Suddenly, those signs of spring become signs of impending sneezing, coughing, sore throats, and puffy, watery, red

  • The Bookworm Sez: “Dear Child” by Romy Hausmann

    The Bookworm Sez: “Dear Child” by Romy Hausmann0

    There’s no one else like you in the world. No one with the same tongue-print or identical ear shape. Nobody else has your memories, and every experience you’ve ever had is unique to you alone. You might favor one parent or the other, you may have a twin or a doppelganger, but in the end,

  • Spring is in the Air!0

    Finally, after what seemed like a never-ending winter, combined with the restrictions imposed upon all of us because of the Covid-19 virus, spring has finally appeared – offering us warmer temperatures, more days with blue skies and so many opportunities to get out and about in the outdoors! The recent winter, with heavier than usual

  • Uptown Music Collective to Present Tribute to Led Zeppelin0

    The Uptown Music Collective is set to return to the Community Arts Center stage to present Good Times Bad Times: The Music of Led Zeppelin for three live performances on April 16th & 17th. This high-energy tribute from the area’s premier school of music will feature talented young musicians between the ages of 12 and

  • Trout on Top0

    Well, trout season is finally in full swing, and although I don’t participate in any trout fishing on the opening day, I did stop by a couple of local fishing spots to see how things were going. Of course, there were a good number of fishermen lining the banks, and as expected, there were a

  • Sweets and Treats

    Sweets and Treats0

    As I sit out on our back patio, sleeves rolled up, hot pink toenail polish drying, and my daughter is sitting next to me playing with cookie dough scented kinetic sand, I am completely drawing a blank on what to write. I never draw a blank. I typically have an idea. The only thing I

  • Spring Turkey Season at Hand

    Spring Turkey Season at Hand0

    After a fairly hard winter with some pretty good amounts of snow building up, some turkey hunters were probably wondering how our wild turkeys endured the heavy snow. I can’t speak for the more northern portion of the state, but from what I’m seeing in our immediate area, they seem to have come through the


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