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  • Over the Edge, Fundraiser Takes Place Friday, September 230

    No, they aren’t filming another “Spiderman” movie in Williamsport. Those people you will see this Friday, September 23, from 3 to 10 p.m. rappelling down the side of the William Hepburn High Rise are people raising money for several worthy area non-profits, the River Valley Regional YMCA, the YWCA of Northcentral Pennsylvania, and the Williamsport

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  • Fall Style Essentials0

    This morning I awoke to a gloriously chilly 55 degrees, misty fog, and the banging of garbage bins as sanitation workers made their way down the street. Such is life. A mix of the superb and the mundane, which is an oddly apt way to describe the transition from summer to fall. You have those

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  • A Quick Ode to Davion0

    Hats off to Coach Justin Van Fleet and the Loyalsock Lancers. They are off to a great start on the gridiron. The boys knocked off mighty Southern Columbia 27-10 last week. That’s a big-time win as those Tigers don’t often lose, especially at home. It was a total team effort, but one guy led the

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  • Touchdowns & Home Runs0

    Most are fully aware, but just for the record, the annual arrival of fall officially occurs this Thursday at 9:04 p.m. While that will not be surprising, the sudden realization that this weekend also marks the halfway point of the 2022 high school football season may catch some fans a bit off guard. As we

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  • UPMC Physician: Back-To-School Health Advice for Parents Steven Barrows, M.D. Family Medicine, UPMC0

    School is back in session across the north central region of Pennsylvania. While there is plenty of excitement to go around for both children and parents, it may be a difficult transition for your family. To help with this period of change, it is important to prioritize your children’s health as well as your own.

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  • County Hall Corner: Long and Well Lived the Queen0

    This column is devoted to political activities that concern people in Lycoming County. But the passing of Queen Elizabeth after a reign of 70 years provides a useful template to compare our democracy to that of our friends across the pond. The United Kingdom is the proper name for the countries of England, Wales, and

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  • Williamsport Sun: May 20, 1910 – King’s Funeral a Gorgeously Solemn Affair0

    The body of Edward VII, late King of England and foremost of the rulers of the earth, was laid to rest today in St. George’s Chapel, Windsor, where seven other British kings are buried. It was the most imposing funeral the world has ever seen, and literally speaking the world did see it, for nine

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  • Strong in Five Minutes0

    Is it possible to gain strength by exercising only 5 minutes, three days per week? Dr. Chris Sciamanna, a primary care doctor and exercise researcher at Penn State, thinks so. Dr. Sciamanna writes, “During the pandemic, when my gym closed, I had to figure out how to do strength training at home. I started doing

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  • A Dead-End Dead Sea0

    The Dead Sea is located on the boundary between Israel and Jordan. Its northern shore is about 16 miles east of Jerusalem and 104 miles south of the Sea of Galilee. The Jordan river flows from the Sea of Galilee into the Dead Sea. The Bible most often mentions the Dead Sea as the eastern

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Fall Is Finally Here!0

    The sweltering heat and humidity of July and August are finally behind us. The long dry spell, sparingly interrupted by a summer thunderstorm, is finally over. The last several days of much cooler temperatures and less humidity are a welcome sign that fall is upon us. Thursday, September 22, 2024, to be exact, is the

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  • Pumpkin Spice and Pigskin is Nice0

    Well, summer is in the rear-view mirror as autumn officially begins next Thursday. A couple of closing thoughts about the sun-drenched season. It was hot, it was dry, and it was everything I remembered summers being as I was growing up. Just day after day of being able to do whatever you wanted and not

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  • No One Should Go Hungry0

    September is Hunger Action Month. It was established by Feeding America in 2008 when they decided it was time for a nationwide push to get involved with the hunger crisis across the country. During September, people everywhere help to feed the needy in their neighborhoods and country, working to ensure that the 48 million people

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  • Two Car Shows Taking Place In Muncy Area Saturday, September 170

    For more than ten years, the “Corvettes on Main Street” Car Show has brought the pleasure of seeing vintage Corvettes to a wide audience. This will be the case again on Saturday, September 17. This show joins another car show on that date — the 23rd Annual MOPAR Muscle Show, which takes place at Kaiser

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  • UPMC Expert: Understanding Headaches0

    If you have experienced a headache or migraine, you know how debilitating they can be. As of 2018, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that 3% of all annual emergency department visits in the United States are due to complaints of headaches. While most headaches are not the result of a serious

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  • Gazette and Bulletin: September 14, 1945 – Chief Issues Warning to People Carrying, Buying Firearms Without Permit0

    A warning to Williamsport citizens against either carrying or buying and selling firearms without a permit was issued Thursday afternoon by Williamsport Police Chief John G. Good. Chief Good was induced to emphasize the importance of people having permits for guns and revolvers by the following conditions. 1. The hunting season is near and many

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  • Is Burnout Causing Your Weight Gain?0

    While estimates of the annual health care costs of obesity-related illnesses vary, researchers agree that the costs are astronomical. Some studies actually estimate the cost to be a staggering $190.2 billion, or nearly 21% of annual medical spending in the United States. Though the root causes for this epidemic can be complex, one that is

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  • Great Musical Instruments for Beginners0

    Playing a musical instrument benefits people of all ages, including children. Young children may take to music education more readily than adults, acquiring skills in record time. While many instruments are beneficial to kids, certain choices are best for children just starting out. Piano: The piano is a great instrument to learn because it enhances

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  • Trusting on the Red Sea0

    Then Moses stretched out his hand over the sea, and all that night, the Lord drove the sea back with a strong east wind and turned it into dry land. The waters were divided, and the Israelites went through the sea on dry ground, with a wall of water on their right and on their

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  • Birthday Outfit0

    How an individual approaches their birthday varies from person to person. Obviously, child birthdays are big deals, marking milestones in growth and maturity. For adults, birthdays can be a celebration of life, a chance to treat yourself, just another day, or an unwelcome reminder that aging is inevitable. I find that my birthday has a

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  • County Hall Corner: Are You Ready for Trouble?0

    September is National Preparedness Month, which certainly does not cause parades and festivals from communities around the country — but it is something that we should not just push aside lightly. The tragedy that occurred in the United States on September 11th, 2001, was recently commemorated by thousands of bikers at the 911 Memorial Ride.

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