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Fellow Americans, during this difficult time we will continue to serve the citizens of the West Branch Valley and our local business community to the very best of our ability. There has never been a more important time to buy locally and support the area’s economy. We are all in this together. God-bless America.

Montoursville Little League Visits the White House

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  • Making the Right Call0

    Those of you familiar with Little League Baseball, particularly those who may be umpires or have some understanding of baseball rules, may be aware of the organization’s publication ‘Making the Right Call.’ The booklet provides case studies; presenting various baseball situations and invites the reader to make what they think may be the right call.

  • Loyalsock AAU Team Take Championship

    Loyalsock AAU Team Take Championship0

    The Loyalsock basketball AAU team recently went out to Pittsburgh and won the Adidas national invitational. They beat an undefeated AAU team out of Jamestown, New York in the finals to win it all. In the last three years they took second place their first year, and then lost by a combination of 10 points

  • No Spectators or Fans0

    Scholastic sports in Pennsylvania will continue as planned. But there will be no spectators or fans in the stands. NO PARENTS. The Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) voted 29-3 during Wednesday afternoon’s Board of Directors meeting to pass the Sports Medicine Advisory Committee (SMAC) minutes. Heat acclimatization for football will start on August 10th, and

  • County Hall Corner: The Thin Blue Line0

    In the past couple of months, there have been serious public disturbances resulting in riots and numerous acts of public violence throughout the United States. Williamsport had very peaceful demonstrations, but there was trouble brewing. On July 18th, Williamsport could easily have become yet another community to add to this disintegration of law and order

  • Gazette and Bulletin: August 1, 1931 – Williamsport Gains Victory Athletics Lose to Grays by Score of 11-70

    As far as the Williamsport Grays are concerned the supremacy of the Philadelphia Athletics is confined to the major leagues. Before a crowd of 7,611 paid customers, the largest to ever witness a game in this city, the Grays stopped the world champions 11-7 at Bowman Field yesterday afternoon.  Connie Mack kept Mickey Cochrane, Jimmy

  • Victory In the Long View, Danger in the Short View0

    While I want this article to focus on victory in the long view, to do so, we need to understand the challenges we face when focusing too much on the short view. For us, right now, the short view is a mess. Well, frankly, it’s always a mess. If you’re someone who sincerely believes in

  • The Roving Sportsman… During These Uncertain Times0

    A recent nationwide poll by the National Recreation and Park Association revealed that more than half of adults polled said that they plan to vacation close to home this summer. Most cited the COVID-19 pandemic as a reason, and noting the fact that the outdoors provide the ideal chance for social distancing and to enjoy

  • Kettle Creek Music Festival

    Kettle Creek Music Festival0

    Editor’s Note: I am somewhat filling in for Ken this week as he wants to share this information about a great event and the opportunity to help disabled veterans. A year ago, dear friend of the Kettle Creek Music Festival and Wildlife Artist Ken Hunter, began this oil painting in memory of fallen heroes. After

  • The Bookworm Sez: “One Year of Ugly” by Caroline Mackenzie0

    The officer at the bank said “yes.” And there you were: the proud owner of something big, something you’d wanted your entire life. That’s thrilling, on one hand, and scary on the other: you’ve achieved your dream, but you’ll be contributing toward that loan for many years. And as in the new novel “One Year

  • At Home Pedicure0

    There’s only one full month of summer left and, while time seems to be standing still, chances are your nails may be in need of some maintenance. Even with salons open, I’ve been doing my nails at home and have been trying to keep my pedicure as professional-looking as possible. The art of the DIY

  • Broad Stripes and Bright Stars0

    Before I get started this week, let’s all stand to honor America with the playing of our National Anthem. If you have a problem with this, please don’t read any further. I don’t understand how this could have ever become controversial. The playing of our National Anthem is a celebration of freedom and a time

  • Revisiting Macarons0

    I love macarons. Next to red velvet cake, they are probably my favorite dessert. I don’t have a huge sweet tooth, but I LOVE macarons. Now, if you haven’t attempted to make these, you should know, they are not easy. So much can go wrong so easily, and it can sometimes be hard to pinpoint

  • City Police K9 Program in Full Swing

    City Police K9 Program in Full Swing0

    Due to the generous donations, the largest of which was $43,000 made by Greg Ciocca on behalf of Ciocca Toyota dealerships, the first K9 unit in many years has been working the streets of Williamsport. The generous donation enabled the Williamsport Bureau of Police (WBP) to send Police Officer Tyson Minier and his four-legged partner,

  • Gazette and Bulletin: July 30, 1937 – Over One Thousand Attracted by Baby Parade0

    Over one thousand persons witnessed the annual Baby Parade conducted last night as the feature of the second evening’s program for the Lycoming Presbyterian Church festival in Newberry. Gathered along the course of the parade, from Diamond Square to Arch Street on West Fourth Street then south to the church, the group witnessed a parade

  • Pouring Out Grace in the Lose-Lose0

    For the past 22 weeks, everyone has been struggling to navigate the difficulties of the pandemic shutdown. Uncertainty has forced all of us into an extended season of decision-making where we must choose between options that are unattractive, painful, or even deadly. When all of your options are bad, it’s called a lose-lose proposition. For

  • County Hall Corner: The Court is Now in Session0

    Having lived in the former Soviet Union for sixteen years provides me with an appreciation for many of the institutions we have in our country. For example, voting in the USSR was mandatory (you would be fined if you did not vote), but voting was essentially meaningless and everyone knew it because all the candidates

  • My Encounter With Rep. John Lewis0

    Two weeks ago, America lost one of its true civil rights giants when Rep. John Lewis of Georgia died after a battle with pancreatic cancer. It was my pleasure and thrill to have met Rep. Lewis, if only briefly, in August of 1999. I was attending a Negro League Historical Conference in Atlantic City, which

  • Summer Hair Care0

    I’ve been letting my hair grow out recently. In summers past, I’d keep my hair relatively short in order to beat the heat. But even with salons reopening, I’ve made the conscious decision to put haircuts on hold and have unwittingly discovered that summer humidity has helped turn what I previously considered fine hair into

  • Pennsylvania, a Leading Elk Destination?0

    It’s true. Pennsylvania’s elk herd attracts plenty of attention however not just from those who travel to central Pennsylvania to see and photograph them but hunters from all over are also in pursuit of a Pennsylvania elk. While around 400,000 visitors travel to the Winslow Hill area each year to see the elk there were

  • The Bookworm Sez: “I Don’t Want to Wash My Hands!” by Tony Ross

    The Bookworm Sez: “I Don’t Want to Wash My Hands!” by Tony Ross0

    Peas or beans? Carrots or corn? You’ve been outside all day and it was fun but now there’s dirt beneath your fingernails, maybe enough to grow a garden! You can’t have lunch with dirty hands, of course. Imagine the mess if you went to bed like that, ugh. You know you absolutely have to get


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