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  • Memories are Made of This0

    Most of the flag-waving, cardboard-sliding, Simba-video-watching thousands who attended last month’s Little League Baseball World Series weren’t even born when Dean Martin’s 1955 hit record ‘Memories are Made of This’ was released. But those who witnessed the small-fry classic saw a variety of firsts that made the 2019 series a memorable one. The combination of

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  • Backpack Safety: Lighten Your Load This School Year0

    The new school year is here, which means you’ve probably finished your back-to-school shopping. But, in addition to the important decision of what clothes to buy your kids, you should also make sure you take time to buy a quality backpack that won’t cause your child an injury. The American Physical Therapy Association says as

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  • Our Lady of Lourdes Annual Parish Festival Features Entertainment and Fun for All Ages0

    Imagine it: mouth-watering slow-cooked beef brisket served under open skies to the tunes of country and western music, complete with all the traditional chuckwagon fixins’. Then, the belly-filling goodness of traditional, homemade Polish cuisine: the ever-popular potato-stuffed dumplings called pierogi, the classic stuffed cabbage rolls, that undeniable hominess when noodles and cabbage come together in

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  • Avoid Medication Errors With These Tips

    Avoid Medication Errors With These Tips0

    Prescription medications are a necessity for many people. The American Academy of Family Physicians says that, each week, four out of five adults in the United States will use prescription medications, over-the-counter drugs and/or various supplements. Approximately one-third of adults take five or more medications at the same time. The potential for adverse drug events

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  • Live By Faith: Abraham and Going Without Knowing0

    The writer of Hebrews 11 introduces us to our next hero of the faith with this simple statement: “By faith, Abraham, when called to go to a place he would later receive as an inheritance, obeyed and went, even though he did not know where he was going.” The Backstory Abraham is an extraordinary figure.

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  • Questions Older Drivers Can Ask Themselves to See if it’s Still Safe to Drive

    Questions Older Drivers Can Ask Themselves to See if it’s Still Safe to Drive0

    Men and women know that adjustments must be made as they get older. Athletes nearing their golden years may not be able to push themselves as hard at the gym as they once did. Professionals nearing retirement age might not be able to pull long hours at the office like they used to. But aging

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  • County Hall Corner: Grass is Greener Where?0

    Lycoming County Commissioner Tony Mussare made an interesting comment at a recent meeting stating that it is not unusual for him to be contacted by Lycoming County natives who have left the area, but still follow what is happening back here. It is not a great surprise, however. A rather unknown fact about Pennsylvania is

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  • Common Cataract Causes and Treatment

    Common Cataract Causes and Treatment0

    Cataracts are the most common cause of vision loss among people age 40 and older. According to All About Vision, cataracts also are the principal cause of blindness in the world. There are more cases of cataracts worldwide than there are glaucoma, macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy, states Prevent Blindness America. Fortunately, cataracts are easily

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  • Gazette and Bulletin: September 3, 1927 – Copperhead Snake Causes Excitement on Pine Street.0

    A two-foot copperhead snake made its appearance on the sidewalk on Pine Street in the front of the Annex Hotel about 10:30 o’clock yesterday morning.Where the snake came from no one knows but the short time it was there it put up a stiff fight and furnished a lot of excitement. When the snake was

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  • Transitioning Décor from Summer to Fall0

    Much like you transition your clothes each season, you may also switch out your home décor. Holiday decorations, like jack o’ lanterns and horns of plenty aside, autumn is a great time to refresh your house, even with just a few key pieces. Here are a handful of options to consider as we roll into

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  • September is Sight Saving Month0

    September is Sight Saving Month. It is estimated that about 47,000 Americans a year will lose their sight, which equals one person every 11 minutes. The International Council of Ophthalmology states that 80% of blindness is avoidable, 20% is preventable, and 60% is treatable. Central Susquehanna Sight Services would like to stress the importance of

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  • The Bookworm Sez: “Where the Lost Dogs Go: A Story of Love, search, and the Power of Reunion” by Susannah Charleson

    The Bookworm Sez: “Where the Lost Dogs Go: A Story of Love, search, and the Power of Reunion” by Susannah Charleson0

    The panic can’t be described. Your dog is missing. How did he get out? Where did she go? Most importantly, where is he now and how can you ever hope to find him? Do you run outside, call the neighbors, call her name? That panic is horrible, so be prepared by reading “Where the Lost

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  • Everyone Needs a Filter0

    No, I am not talking about air, water, or pool filters. I mean the kind that runs interference between the crazy thoughts running through your head and what comes out of your mouth. I was recently at a staff retreat that included my supervisor and other management from my department. All very nice people I

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  • Where it all Began

    Where it all Began0

    Back about 15 years ago, I was a new wife and we just moved into our new home. I was young. 19 years old to be exact. I couldn’t wait to be play the wife roll. Playing “house” was my favorite thing to do when I was little. Cooking food in my cute little 1980’s

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Small Game = Big Opportunities0

    Throughout most of Pennsylvania, you will tend to find that most hunters focus their time and attention on big game hunting – pursuing our whitetail deer, black bear and wild turkeys. It seems that fewer hunters these days spend time in the woods in pursuit of our small game, and they are missing some great

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  • Williamsport Chamber Players Begin Their Inaugural Musical Season In October0

    Lycoming College has several fine musical bodies that are part of its cultural scene. They are about to add another. This is the inaugural season of the Williamsport Chamber Players. Lycoming College sponsors the group and it is directed by William Ciabattari, Associate Professor and Music Department Chair. The Williamsport Chamber Players Series brings together

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  • Trout Fishing Still Productive0

    I realize that as we move into late summer, trout fishing is far from a top priority for most fishermen; instead, most of us are focusing our attention on bass, panfish, and other warm-water species. I’ll put my share of time in on all those warm-water fish as well, but I’m a bit of a

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  • The Class of 2020 Kicks it Off0

    A welcome back to school to all students, especially the Class of 2020. Growing up when I did, that almost sounds like a science fiction movie of the day. The title probably something like “Space Odyssey 2020” or maybe “Halloween 2020.” Jason’s grandson returns to terrorize high school graduates working a summer camp before they

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  • Safety First0

    Well apparently despite my best efforts to extend summer for as long as possible, summer is coming to an end and kiddos are back to school. Most kids are about half-way through the first week of school, and I hope that in addition to pencils, pens, and lunchboxes you also sent them back with the

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  • Steve Wiser A Lycoming Warrior For 50 Football Seasons0

    When Steve Wiser set foot on the campus of Lycoming College in 1970 Richard Nixon was President of the United States, Milton Shapp was about to elected Governor of Pennsylvania, Richard J. Carey was Mayor of Williamsport, gasoline cost 36 cents per gallon, the U.S. was trying to extricate itself from the unpopular war in

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