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

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  • From Warrior Run to ASU0

    In today’s fast-paced society of ‘I want it all, and I want it now,’ humble beginnings aren’t viewed as the preferred route of choice. But for those who have followed that path good things have often followed. Such is the case for former Warrior Run star quarterback Charlie Fisher who now 39 years later serves

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  • Alize – Paying Hoop Dreams Forward0

    Several years back, I was helping coach a very talented Loyalsock 8th grade basketball team. Datres, Little, Sosa, Baggett, Pastore and my son Jimmy were the mainstays on the roster. I had the pleasure of working with these boys since the time they were in third grade, and they looked forward to playing the best

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  • That Time Again0

    It’s time for another round of ‘things to do.’ As of this writing, it’s currently somehow sleeting and snowing at the same time, but I swear spring has to be on the horizon. Hopefully, by the time you are reading this, we have hit some nicer weather. There is a lot happening in the area

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  • Christy Haberstroh Easter Egg Hunt To Occur Saturday, April 130

    The grounds of Brandon Park will sound again with the happy voices of children trying to round up Easter eggs to brighten their own Easter baskets as the City of Williamsport is excited to announce the Annual Easter Egg Hunt in loving memory of Christy Haberstroh, on Saturday, April 13, beginning at 2 p.m. and

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  • Antioch Baptist Church To Hold Easter Egg Hunt Sunday, April 140

    This coming weekend, as well as next, will be a time of numerous Easter egg hunts and related activities, as that furry friend, the Easter Bunny, makes his visit this Eastertide. One of the most notable and biggest of these egg hunts will take place on the grounds of the Antioch Baptist Church, located at

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  • Logan and Junior Golf0

    Paul McGinn and I have been friends for a very long time. We coached hoops together and called several games on PASPORTSLIVE. Paul is a good dude, and he is always around. We don’t see much of each other nowadays as we focus more on our boys. I reached out to Paul this week, as

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  • In the Woods Before Daylight?0

    I remember when I started spring gobbler hunting years ago; I did what all spring gobbler hunters did — I got up before daylight and headed to a likely ambush point. Like most gobbler hunters I would start with a soft tree call and listen for birds to fly down from the roost. As many

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  • Risen Grace: Restored to Unity0

    Adam and Eve were created to exist in perfect unity. In Genesis chapter 2, that unity is described as one flesh. We know this to be true because one of the consequences of Eve’s sin was that her husband would rule over her. To be clear, Eve was not created to be in subjugation to

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Spring Comes Alive!0

    Spring is certainly a favorite season for many sportsmen. Cabin fever and the winter doldrums are finally behind us, we can finally get outside, and so many things are available to explore and enjoy. Foraging for wild edible plants can begin as the daily temperatures begin to rise, the snow has melted, and spring rains

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  • Grit: April 13, 1969 – Nicolosi Band to Play for Final Time Friday0

    Call it what you will — “a jam session,” “a blast” or “a gathering,” — but music fans of a decade or so ago will have a chance to listen to some of their favorite toe-tappers when the one time award winning Johnny Nicolosi Orchestra gathers for “one last time” in the Patio Room of

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  • First Day Trout Tactics0

    The first day of the regular trout season is Saturday, April 13 with an 8 a.m. starting time and weather permitting I’m sure there will be a good number of anxious fishermen lining the banks of area streams. I’m sure too that there will be a wide variety of baits and lures as well as

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  • Why Vocational Education is Critical for Many Young People0

    In this high-tech era where a college degree is positioned as a necessity for success, vocational education is often overlooked. But experts say that a vocational education provides the right experience for many jobs that are currently vacant. Indeed, there are 30 million jobs nationwide that don’t require a Bachelor’s Degree that pay an average

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  • The Roving Sportsman… From Oceolas and Feral Hogs to Rio Grandes and Diamondbacks!0

    It has been a rather fast-paced – and hectic at times – three weeks. It began on Thursday, March 14th as I arrived to help Jeff Budz, a turkey guide and outfitter in central Florida. He had asked me last year to join him this spring and do some guiding for several of his hunter/clients

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  • County Hall Corner: Parents: Discover Your Local Library0

    An item in the work session of the County Commissioners Meeting on Tuesday, April 2nd was for approval of a grant of $1,256,912 for the Lycoming County Library System. This is a lot of money, to be sure. When discussions of money for much, much less sums sometimes get quite contentious among the Commissioners Board,

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  • Stop Your Heart Attack Right Now0

    Stop your heart attack emergency right now before it begins. Many people who reach the point of having a heart attack say they didn’t know they were at risk. Have you discussed your risks with your family doctor recently? Is your blood pressure at an acceptable level? Do you know your cholesterol numbers? If you

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  • Playground Safety0

    Now that spring is here, and summer is right around the corner visiting a local playground in a community park is a great way for children to try new things and be outdoors. Please keep these tips in mind when visiting your local playground this spring • Supervise kids using playground equipment • Check for

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  • Family Tradition0

    Since I can remember, hunting and the cabin have always been a big part of my family. I think back to when I was little; my dad would go to my grandfather’s cabin, “Bear Creek” to hunt deer and turkeys. I can still recall climbing up on top of the radiator in the front room

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  • Dressing Like A Grown Up0

    It’s tough being an adult. So tough, in fact, it’s hard to tell exactly when one becomes an adult. Is it when you’re living on your own? Turn 30? Buy a house? Become a boss? Get married? Become a parent? All the above? Whether you’ve hit all of these markers or just one, chances are

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  • Environmental Programs at Little Pine State Park0

    For the opening weekend of local trout season (April 13-14), we will again introduce the public to our resident Bald eagles. According to reports, the adults have been incubating eggs since February 23. Saturday’s programs are Eagle Watches at 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Visitors will learn about the eagles and have the opportunity to

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  • Create Family Mealtime Traditions0

    Family dinners are a tradition that may not be as common as they once were. A 2016 Harris Poll found that family dinners were on the decline, with 59 percent of respondents reporting that their families sat down for fewer family dinners today than they did when respondents were growing up. But there is hope

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