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South Williamsport, PA
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  • What Dental Hygiene Does for Overall Health0

    Brushing and flossing your teeth may save you extra sessions in the dentist’s chair each year, but the benefits of dental hygiene do not end with pearly whites. In fact, there’s a direct correlation between oral hygiene and overall health. Oral health offers clues about overall health, advises the Mayo Clinic. When a dentist or

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  • County Hall Corner: Lights, Camera, Action?!0

    When the Lycoming County Commissioners brought up the subject of live-streaming their meetings a few years ago, I had to smile. It was hard enough for me to sit through those work sessions and regular meetings week after week; I could not imagine following them virtually from a single static camera. But, and not for

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  • Lumber Capital Athletics Working to Get Williamsport Fit0

    Lumber Capital Athletics, home of CrossFit Lumber Capital, is an open-concept, functional training facility located at 575 East Third St. in Williamsport. The facility opened in October 2022 and is owned by Ben Wise and Stacey Kadenas. They offer group CrossFit classes, individualized programming, personal training, and performance programs for athletes ranging from middle &

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  • Williamsport Sun: January 20, 1953 – County Well Represented Today at Inauguration of Eisenhower0

    Lycoming County was well represented today in Washington as the Republican Party took over the reins of government for the first time in 20 years. From Congressman Alvin R. Bush to the last GOP ward worker, the county people were thrilled as Dwight D. Eisenhower, soldier-educator-crusader, became President of the United States. At least two

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  • Snow Days

    Snow Days0

    For heaven’s sake, it’s January, and most of these days so far have felt like spring. I wore a t-shirt outside last Saturday and hung out our sheets on the line. It was wild for this time of year. Usually, I have a heartfelt goodbye to my clothesline about mid to end of October! This

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  • UPMC Expert: Understanding the Thyroid Gland0

    There are many reasons a person may experience fatigue or a general lack of energy and typically the cause is multifactorial. One possible cause to consider is the activity of the thyroid gland. The thyroid gland is a butterfly-shaped gland located in the neck and is responsible for the rate of multiple processes in the

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  • The Bookworm Sez: “Secluded Cabin Sleeps Six” by Lisa Unger

    The Bookworm Sez: “Secluded Cabin Sleeps Six” by Lisa Unger0

    Someone is peeking on you. You don’t know where they are. You haven’t caught them yet, but you can feel them: the hairs on the back of your neck are standing at attention. You’re trying to resist the urge to jump, scream, and run away but nowhere is safe. Someone is watching you and, as

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  • Area Waterways Supplied Ice for Refrigeration In “Good Old Days”0

    So far, this winter has been a fairly mild one, but of course, that can change. Winters in the past were not always this mild. The chill and cold would often freeze solid waterways area. This development was turned into an advantage with the harvesting of ice that resulted from these extreme freezes. Today we

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  • Winter Trends0

    The weather so far in 2023 has been odd. It hasn’t been bitterly cold, we’ve had some uncharacteristic warm bouts, but it’s definitely been dreary with lots of precipitation. I’m still advocating for human hibernation from January 2nd to March 16th; it’s not going great. In order to prepare for whatever winter has in store,

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Winter Chores0

    We have had amazingly pleasant weather these past few weeks, and according to the latest forecasts, it appears that it will continue for at least a few more weeks. It is so nice that some of the usual snowbirds have been delaying their regular trip south so that they can take advantage of the unseasonably

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  • Top Tips to Get Ready to Run0

    You’ve made the decision to get in shape, and whether your goal is a full marathon or simply a few laps around the neighborhood, there are a few steps to consider taking before you strap on those shoes and head toward the finish line. Here are a few tips to help get you ready for

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  • Feathered Fury

    Feathered Fury0

    I was driving home one morning last week when something strange caught my eye; two turkeys were only a few yards off the road on the bank to my right. I pulled over expecting the turkeys to flee — they didn’t. Now seeing turkeys while driving somewhere around here is certainly not a strange sight,

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  • Uptown Music Collective Set for One-Night Only Country Tribute at the Community Arts Center0

    On Saturday, Jan. 28, the Uptown Music Collective and UPMC will present Friends in Low Places: The Music of Garth Brooks & The Women of ‘90s Country at the Community Arts Center in Williamsport. The performance will feature the music of country music icon Garth Brooks, alongside the ground-breaking music of female country artists like

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  • Seedling Sale Underway0

    While it might be winter, landowners can begin making plans to help wildlife this spring — and beyond — by planting tree and shrub seedlings offered by the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s Howard Nursery. The 2023 seedling order form is available online, and sales are underway. The Howard Nursery grows tree and shrub seedlings for use

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  • Mo and the Warriors.

    Mo and the Warriors.0

    Big Spence is back in town. He needed a well-deserved break. Our major renovation project was on hold. And it is time to get some stuff done. Unfortunately, I didn’t get much accomplished over the holidays. The two-car garage and living space now have a roof. My father and I are doing our best. I

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  • A Remarkable Recovery in Progress

    A Remarkable Recovery in Progress0

    What a week it was to open the New Year. Buffalo Bills’ safety Damar Hamlin in the biggest football game of the NFL season before a national audience, suffered cardiac arrest upon being hit. This showed the risk versus reward and love of the game — but to what extent that every football player faces.

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  • Principles of First Aid Everyone Should Know0

    Emergencies can strike at any time. This became more than evident with the tragedy that we saw last Monday night with Damar Hamlin during Monday Night Football. I encourage everyone to take a basic first aid/CPR class. You never know when that skill may be needed. But this seems like a good time to go

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  • STEP AmeriCorps and Partners Celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King’s Legacy0

    Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. believed passionately in justice and the concept of service to others and the “beloved community.” It is in this spirit that The Martin Luther King Jr. National Day of Service is held as a defining moment each year when Americans across the country step up to make communities more equitable

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  • Totally Scary0

    Those who serve as scholastic athletic coaches are familiar with the drill. Before each season, they are required by the PIAA to take and pass standardized online courses aimed at providing awareness and knowledge pertaining to concussions and sudden cardiac arrest. The material is provided via instructional videos, followed by a ten-question quiz which must

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  • How to Build a Wedding Budget Without Breaking the Bank

    How to Build a Wedding Budget Without Breaking the Bank0

    Wedding planning is a unique experience unlike any endeavor most couples will ever encounter. Much effort goes into planning a wedding, and that includes building a budget that ensures the big day will be fun without breaking the bank. Most couples planning a wedding have never tied the knot before, so it can be difficult

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