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  • Ageless Fall Trends0

    There is a 28-year age difference between myself and my mother, but despite the generational divide, we tend to gravitate toward similar items because true style knows no age or age limit. We also both love fall, and are always happy to welcome back sweater weather. Here are the five trends we’re both eyeing up

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  • An Honor Bestowed0

    As stadium monikers go Lycoming College’s Robert L. Shangraw Athletic Complex, Person Field, Coach Frank Girardi Stadium is quite a mouthful. But the latest name to be honored at its Union Avenue address was added before the beloved coach’s family, friends, and a few hundred of his former players during pre-game ceremonies at the Warriors’

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  • Coming Home0

    Williamsport’s Treyson Potts has attended many PSU games. He was a huge fan as a kid. Yes. Potts has many ties to State College. Several in his family went to State. He always wanted to play for the Nittany Lions. The dynamic running back was on their radar. But a few knee injuries during his

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  • 22nd Annual 9/11 Memorial Ride Takes Place Monday, September 11

    22nd Annual 9/11 Memorial Ride Takes Place Monday, September 110

    Even though it has been 22 years since the tragic events of September 11, 2001, the organizers of the annual 9/11 Memorial Motorcycle Ride continue to honor and remember the sacrifice and courage of those who were lost on that awful day with their tribute memorial event — the “Remember, Honor, Ride” 9/11 Motorcycle Ride.

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  • The Other “Tom Terrific”: A Few of Cruise’s Offbeat Winners0

    Early fall is typically a dead time at the movies. So now that Tom Cruise’s latest vehicle is no longer showing, your Webb critic offers a few of the actor’s other titles to tide you over till Kenneth Branagh’s “Haunting in Venice,” Martin Scorsese’s “Killers of the Flower Moon” and Ridley Scott’s “Napoleon” later this

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  • County Hall Corner: The Perfect County Commissioner0

    I waited until August 29th to wave the white flag, not for surrender, but as in NASCAR racing, it symbolizes the last lap around the track. In ten weeks, we will have an election, and there will be at least two new Lycoming County Commissioners coming on board. I have been touching base with the

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  • LIVE UNITED Fundraiser at CAC September 7 Benefits Lycoming County United Way0

    There will be quite a collection of local and former local musical talent performing at the Community Arts Center on Thursday, September 7. They will be on hand to perform at the Third Annual “Live United” concert, which will raise money for the Lycoming County United Way. This concert will feature some of the brightest

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  • Fogarty’s Call0

    As the planning for Bitburg, Germany’s 1973 Little League World Series team reunion began to unfold eighteen months ago, players began to look back with fondness and look ahead with eagerness to a return trip to Williamsport. It has been fifty years since they had experienced the magic of the World Series, and most of

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  • Gilson Summer Snow Day 2023 Huge Success0

    Gilson Snow, a Winfield, PA-based company that designs and builds snowboards and skis, recently hosted their 2023 Summer Snow Day, and once again, it was awesome! The event is held annually at the facility grounds in New Berlin, but had to overcome significant adversity this year to pull the event together. In November of 2022,

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  • Beware of Third-Party Ticket Sellers0

    • August 23, 2023

    Be sure you are buying tickets DIRECTLY from the Williamsport Crosscutters. There are literally dozens of resale sites online that try to make you think you are actually buying from the Cutters when you are not. If you purchase your tickets through a third-party resale site, you will not only pay more money for tickets

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  • “Sound of Freedom”: The Summer’s “Anti-Blockbuster”0

    • August 16, 2023

    With “Barbie” crossing the $1 billion mark, 2023 may one day be called “the summer that saved the movies.” As of this writing, not only was Mattel’s blockbuster still cruising along in first place, but the season’s other hits — “Oppenheimer,” “Indy 5,” MI:7,” the new “Guardians” and “Spider-Man” — were working toward a boffo

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  • Beware of Third-Party Ticket Sellers0

    • August 16, 2023

    Be sure you are buying tickets DIRECTLY from the Williamsport Crosscutters. There are literally dozens of resale sites online that try to make you think you are actually buying from the Cutters when you are not. If you purchase your tickets through a third-party resale site, you will not only pay more money for tickets

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  • Beware of Third-Party Ticket Sellers0

    Be sure you are buying tickets DIRECTLY from the Williamsport Crosscutters. There are literally dozens of resale sites online that try to make you think you are actually buying from the Cutters when you are not. If you purchase your tickets through a third-party resale site, you will not only pay more money for tickets

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  • County Hall Corner: Defeating the Demon of Addiction0

    One of the fallacies of seeing history through the lens of Critical Race Theory is that it distorts the truly amazing elements of American history that have impacted the world. One example was our treatment of criminals. Throughout the world, punishment for crimes was meant to be severe to discourage others who might be tempted

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  • Beware of Third-Party Ticket Sellers0

    Be sure you are buying tickets DIRECTLY from the Williamsport Crosscutters. There are literally dozens of resale sites online that try to make you think you are actually buying from the Cutters when you are not. If you purchase your tickets through a third-party resale site, you will not only pay more money for tickets

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  • Quilt of Valor0

    On July 15th, veteran Rodney Furman of Montoursville was awarded a Quilt of Valor in honor and recognition of his service to our country. Furman served in the US Air Force and the PA Air National Guard from 1985-2020. He served in the Air Force at Peterson AFB, CO., which is part of the Cheyenne

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  • 50th Anniversary Clinton County Fair Takes Place July 29 to August 50

    The folks at the Clinton County Fair are hoping for a wonderful way to celebrate their 50th anniversary this year as the Fair takes place July 29th to August 5th at the Clinton County Fairgrounds. The Fair was born as a result of several meetings between 1971 and April 1973. In August of 1972, this

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  • Ford Explorer: In Search of the Actor’s Finest Roles0

    Last week, your Webb critic honored the passing of Alan Arkin with a selection from that actor’s sprawling filmography. In this issue, with the fifth Indiana Jones film still going strong, we’ll pay similar homage to Harrison Ford — though happily, he remains very much alive. Side-stepping blockbusters, let’s highlight 10 of Ford’s lesser-known titles

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  • Beware of Third-Party Ticket Sellers0

    Be sure you are buying tickets DIRECTLY from the Williamsport Crosscutters. There are literally dozens of resale sites online that try to make you think you are actually buying from the Cutters when you are not. If you purchase your tickets through a third-party resale site, you will not only pay more money for tickets

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  • Beware of Third-Party Ticket Sellers0

    • July 19, 2023

    Be sure you are buying tickets DIRECTLY from the Williamsport Crosscutters. There are literally dozens of resale sites online that try to make you think you are actually buying from the Cutters when you are not. If you purchase your tickets through a third-party resale site, you will not only pay more money for tickets

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  • Sojourner Truth Ministries, Inc. Selected as One of 100 Lowe’s Hometowns Community Impact Projects0

    • July 19, 2023

    Lowe’s has announced that Sojourner Truth Ministries, Inc- House of Hope program is one of 100 community projects to be completed this year as part of Lowe’s Hometowns, the company’s largest-ever community impact program. Launched in 2022, Lowe’s Hometowns is a five-year, $100 million commitment from Lowe’s to rebuild and revitalize community spaces nationwide. This

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  • Dial of Destiny: A Fitting Finale for Indiana Jones0

    When I saw David Koepp’s name in the closing credits of the new Indiana Jones film, that explained a lot. In particular, it explained why my wife and I loved this movie — especially the final half-hour, which is absolutely spot-on. Koepp is the veteran screenwriter whose many blockbusters have netted $3.2 billion. These include

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  • Beware of Third-Party Ticket Sellers0

    Be sure you are buying tickets DIRECTLY from the Williamsport Crosscutters. There are literally dozens of resale sites online that try to make you think you are actually buying from the Cutters when you are not. If you purchase your tickets through a third-party resale site, you will not only pay more money for tickets

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  • Beware of Third-Party Ticket Sellers0

    Be sure you are buying tickets DIRECTLY from the Williamsport Crosscutters. There are literally dozens of resale sites online that try to make you think you are actually buying from the Cutters when you are not. If you purchase your tickets through a third-party resale site, you will not only pay more money for tickets

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  • Poppy Campaign Success0

    The Milton American Legion Auxiliary poppy committee wishes to thank the members of the Milton community for their generous donations during their recent poppy campaign. They also want to thank the local businesses that allow them to put their collection boxes in their businesses every year as this fundraiser would not be possible without their

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  • Notable Events That Have Taken Place on July Fourth0

    Residents of the United States spend July 4th celebrating the country’s independence. Though July 4 has served as America’s Independence Day for centuries, many other significant and memorable events have taken place on the fourth day of July. 1744: The Treaty of Lancaster is signed in Pennsylvania. The treaty dictates that the Iroquois will cede

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  • Beware of Third-Party Ticket Sellers0

    Be sure you are buying tickets DIRECTLY from the Williamsport Crosscutters. There are literally dozens of resale sites online that try to make you think you are actually buying from the Cutters when you are not. If you purchase your tickets through a third-party resale site, you will not only pay more money for tickets

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  • Beware of Third-Party Ticket Sellers

    Beware of Third-Party Ticket Sellers0

    Be sure you are buying tickets DIRECTLY from the Williamsport Crosscutters. There are literally dozens of resale sites online that try to make you think you are actually buying from the Cutters when you are not. If you purchase your tickets through a third-party resale site, you will not only pay more money for tickets

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  • County Hall Corner: Appreciating Appreciation0

    The Lycoming County Commissioners Meeting on June 1st began as usual, with Commissioner Scott Metzger beginning the meeting with a prayer and then the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. As everyone was taking their seat, Metzger stated, “We’ll convene the commissioners meeting at this time, and we welcome back Larry Stout from the state

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  • Father’s Day History0

    Each year, the third Sunday in June is a time to pay homage to fathers and the millions of other men who have stepped into the role of father. While it may seem as though Father’s Day has been around forever, it didn’t become a nationally recognized holiday in the United States until 1972, when

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  • The Cutters 25th Anniversary Season Has Arrived

    The Cutters 25th Anniversary Season Has Arrived0

    Cutters’ baseball is BACK! The summer fun begins on Thursday, June 1 when the Cutters host the State College Spikes at 6:35pm for Opening Night 2023 presented by Muncy Bank & Trust & WILQ. Opening Night tickets and tickets for all 2023 home games are available by calling (570) 326-3389, online at crosscutters.com or in-person

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  • County Hall Corner: The Military Recruitment Drought Impacts Us All0

    Memorial Day has come and gone, but it should bring to our attention that there is a giant hole in our society right now, and we should be alarmed about it. The United States is going through one of the worst recruiting plights in our country’s history, and this should alarm us all. I have

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  • The Remembrance of Heroism Through Sacrifice

    The Remembrance of Heroism Through Sacrifice0

    As we kick off the summer season with Memorial Day, please take the time to think about how very blessed we are to call our great Nation home. There will be so much going on wherever you look — from picnics and family get-togethers to graduation parties to folks taking advantage of the long weekend

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