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  • The Chain Pickerel0

    For many years one of my favorite fishing forays was to head off to the Saint Lawrence River with some friends to fish for northern pike. We would fish from the break of day until sunset, and our goal was to see how many pike we could catch and release over three or four days

  • One and Done. Changes.0

    A few might say that I am one of the area’s all-time greats. I was always legit. I dominated the local camp circuit in the early ’90s. Tons of ribbons. Several certificates. A handful of trophies and fancy plaques. Yes. I was the self-proclaimed free throw shooting king. Foul shooting has always been an important

  • The Roving Sportsman… Hats Off to All Hunters and Shooters!0

    Hunters are the “salt of the earth.” Yes, without a doubt, there are a few exceptions — you know — the ones who usually make the news, like the occasional slob hunter or poacher. They are the ones who seem to be talked about most often, especially by those who hold some degree of opposition

  • Stay in Your Lane0

    The summer travel season has arrived across our Nation, and I have many thoughts to share with you. A couple of them are guaranteed to happen every year, some are a sign of the current times we are living in, and a few are probably more supply chain related, although I’m going to work them

  • Central Pennsylvania Fiber Festival May 20th and 21st at Lycoming County Fairgrounds0

    Various types of fiber are used to make our clothing and other everyday products. And this important product is often overlooked and underappreciated. There is one event, however, that helps to reverse this, and that is the Central Pennsylvania Fiber Festival, which will be held Saturday, May 20, and Sunday, May 21, from 10 a.m.

  • Hey, Mommas

    Hey, Mommas0

    It was May 7th when I realized that the following Sunday was Mother’s Day. I opened up our refrigerator and got a quick glance at the calendar. I gasped. “Oh my gosh, Oh my gosh. Shoot!” Ty was in the kitchen with me and asked what was wrong. I told him I didn’t realize that

  • How to Make Homes Safer From Fires0

    Over a five-year period beginning in 2015 and 2019, fire departments across the United States responded to roughly 347,000 home structure fires per year. That data, courtesy of the National Fire Protection Association, underscores the significance of home fire protection measures. Smoke detectors are a key component of fire protection, but there’s much more homeowners

  • The Bookworm Sez: “A Work in Progress” by Jarrett Lerner

    The Bookworm Sez: “A Work in Progress” by Jarrett Lerner0

    You are a work of art. Your skin is a palette of shadow and light, like a fine pencil drawing. The color of your eyes can’t be duplicated, even by the best painter. Shades of softness top your head, your smile flashes white, you frame it all with personality. But as in the new book

  • Growing and Cooking Pre-Summer Used Book Sale for Konkle Library in Montoursville0

    The “Growing and Cooking” Pre-Summer Used Book Sale is Friday, May 19th (10 a.m.-6 p.m.) and Saturday, May 20th (9 a.m.-2 p.m.) at the Montoursville W.B. Konkle Library on Broad Street. It is time to stock up before summer vacation. Generous donors have provided us with a healthy supply of fardening and cookbooks, so let’s

  • Summer It-Bags0

    Hands down, the best part of summer for me is getting out and about and making plans with friends. Some of my favorite warm-weather activities include day trips, hiking, breweries with patios, dinner dates, and anything that will wear out my children. And, of course, for those of us who think about these things, with

  • County Hall Corner: Don’t Mock the Monarchy0

    The coronation of Charles III and his wife Camilla, king and queen of the United Kingdom and the other Commonwealth realms, occurred on May 6th at Westminster Abbey. About 100 heads of state worldwide traveled to London for the occasion. It was estimated that as many as a billion people all over the globe watched

  • Horoscopes0

    ARIES – Mar 21–Apr 20 Aries, try to rectify an imbalance in a relationship with another person close to you this week. It’s never too late to make amends, and the rewards are fully worth it. TAURUS – Apr 21–May 21 Taurus, friction can be overcome with patience and perseverance. Take an even-keeled approach and

  • World Plant a Vegetable Garden Day0

    After some weird weather to kick off May, we have finally turned the corner on spring weather! The final frost has passed, so that means it’s the perfect time to plant something! As the old saying goes, “Give a man some vegetables, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man how to grow

  • The Basics of Fertilizing a Lawn

    The Basics of Fertilizing a Lawn0

    Spring marks the return of lawn and garden season. Lawns often bear the brunt of winter’s wrath, so spring is a great time to nurse them back to health, and fertilizing can be an essential component of that process. Fertilizing a lawn can be intimidating. An array of fertilizers, with each seemingly designed to address

  • Tips for Improving Concentration0

    In an article published by the Harvard Medical School, Dr. Kirk Daffner, Director for Brain/Mind Medicine at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, states that people have trouble filtering out information that is irrelevant to the task at hand as they age. In addition, Dr. Daffner says that the slowing of mental processes is

  • How to Prepare Soil for Spring Planting

    How to Prepare Soil for Spring Planting0

    Spring is a season of rejuvenation, and perhaps nowhere is that rebirth more noticeable than in the yard. Each spring, grass begins to grow again as inviting landscapes beckon people outdoors. Extra sunlight and rising temperatures make spring a great time to plant flowers, grasses, and trees. To ensure successful planting, homeowners must take steps

  • Gazette and Bulletin: May 15, 1948 – Jewish Residents Exult Over News of Israel State0

    Jewish residents of Williamsport received word of the creation of the new state of Israel and of its recognition by the United States government with high emotions. Already, celebrations are being planned, and many toasts and congratulations on the event passed among the city’s Jewish residents.as the news became known. Rabbi Samuel Biinder said last

  • Fun Advice to Introduce Kids to Gardening

    Fun Advice to Introduce Kids to Gardening0

    Warmer months are likely to have the whole family eager to dive into outdoor activities. This year, as you tackle the garden, find ways to get the youngest family members in on the action, too. Not only is gardening an activity you can enjoy together, there are numerous ways to incorporate age-appropriate, teachable moments from

  • Road Rally for Motorcyclists, Williamsport to Eagles Mere0

    A Motorcycle Road Rally will begin at the Thomas T. Taber Museum of the Lycoming County Historical Society, 858 West Fourth Street, Williamsport, at 7:45 a.m. on Saturday, May 27, 2023. The Rally will culminate in Eagles Mere. The participants will enjoy donuts and coffee at the Taber before heading out. After arriving in Eagles

  • The Benefits of Planting Native Species

    The Benefits of Planting Native Species0

    Spring and summer present ideal growing conditions for many plants, making these seasons an ideal time to tend to lawns and gardens. Though it’s easy to succumb to the temptation of exotic plants, avid gardeners and eco-conscious planters recognize the significance of native plants. Novices may not realize that native plants are much better for


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