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  • Women’s Month Feature – Anne Reiner0

    This series has featured two very special judges and a very talented editor. To complete the series, it seems appropriate to highlight another special woman who is a rather unusual editor. Her name is Anne Reiner, and she is the creator of the online magazine, On the Pulse (onthepulsenews.com). Its goal is to find people

  • Department of Health Reminds Pennsylvanians of the Importance of Vaccinations0

    The Department of Health wants all Pennsylvanians to take steps to protect themselves by getting immunized against several serious illnesses that can be life-threatening, such as measles, hepatitis and whooping cough (pertussis). “It is essential that not only children are up-to-date on immunizations, but that adults are up-to-date on their immunizations as well,” Health Secretary

  • Great to See You, Coach!0

    I walked in the office a few weeks back, and standing at the counter was a very special person in my life. It’s hard to even fathom that it’s been over four decades since we first met. He exemplifies the importance of having a great person as a coach when you first begin playing sports.

  • Can I Handle It?0

    If you’ve been anywhere near YouTube in the last year or so, at some point, you’ve probably stumbled across a “World’s Hottest ________ Challenge” of one sort or another. My boyfriend loves these things, and I don’t mean watching the videos, but actually doing them. Wings, chips, chocolate…you name it, and he’s probably done it.

  • Jersey Shore Man Named 2018 World Champion Bare Back Rider0

    When you think of individuals who excel in rodeo riding and events such as bareback riding, you usually think of them as hailing from western states such as Texas, Oklahoma or Wyoming. But right here in our own backyard a Jersey Shore area man, 28-year old Tyler Waltz, was recently named the 2018 World Champion

  • TEDxWilliamsport Announces Speakers0

    TEDxWilliamsport is slated for Saturday, April 6th at the Pajama Factory in Williamsport. The venue at 1307 Park Avenue will open its doors at 11:00 a.m. for a Community Meet and Greet with speakers beginning at 12PM. The event is open to the public, and tickets will be on sale the week of February 18th.

  • Child Passenger Protocols to Follow0

    Parents and caregivers take various measures to safeguard their children around their homes. The same attention to safety also extends to when families leave the house. Rules in place concerning vehicular safety are designed to keep kids safe on the road. Car seats, boosters and seat belts provide protection for infants and children when used

  • How to Reduce Vehicle Maintenance Costs0

    Major repairs to a vehicle can be expensive. When unanticipated repairs are necessary, drivers’ budgets can be thrown out of whack, potentially causing a domino effect that compromises their ability to pay their bills on time. Whether your vehicle is brand new, a few years old or reaching milestones on its odometer with every mile

  • The Avengers0

    Jensen and I have been all over the map the past few months. He was invited to play on a U10 travel basketball squad, and we haven’t stopped. An old coaching friend from the 17740 organized this team. Most of the players reside on State Route 44 outside of Collomsville. My son and one other

  • Set Free from the Prison of Regret0

    King David sat alone in the dark and grieved the events of the past year. The unthinkable mess all started when he slept with another man’s wife. And it wasn’t just any man – it was the wife of one of his soldiers. A warrior king, David was filled with shame for committing such a

  • Healthy Eating: Myths vs. Facts0

    A myth is advice that becomes popular without facts to back it up. When it comes to healthy eating, it can be challenging to sort through what’s fact and what’s a myth. It’s important to learn the facts about what you’re eating so you can make the most informed food choices and learn how to

  • Skincare In Your 40s0

    Last year was my 20th high school reunion, so you can imagine how old I am. But, thanks to eating right, exercising, drinking water, and taking care of my skin, I don’t necessarily look like I’m closer to 40 than I am 30. Skincare is not one-size-fits-all. With seasonal changes, hormonal shifts, pollutants, sun exposure,

  • This Week’s Lion: County Commissioner and Candidate Rick Mirabito0

    Rick Mirabito has announced that he is running for a second term as County Commissioner for Lycoming County. Running under the Democratic ticket is a bonus for him, as the Republican side is so crowded, the Voter Services Department may have to use a reduced font size to get all the candidates on one ballot.

  • Items Necessary to Fix a Flat Tire0

    Flat tires are a nuisance, but even the most well-maintained vehicles can be vulnerable to the occasional flat. Ensuring tires are properly inflated and in good condition can help drivers avoid accidents, but won’t necessarily make tires immune to flats. The following are some essential items that all drivers should keep in their vehicles so

  • Mops Anyone?0

    A couple of weeks ago some friends and I attended the Fly-Fishing Show in downtown Lancaster. If you are a fly-fishing enthusiast then very likely you are also a fly-tying devotee as well, and if that’s the case, this show should be on your agenda. Anything a fly tier would ever need is on display

  • The Bookworm Sez “Ruff Justice” by Laurien Berenson0

    The buckle on the collar is fastened tightly. It’s not foolproof, but it’s the best way you know to protect your dog. Add to that collar a leash with you at the other end, and Doggo isn’t going anywhere without you. But in “Ruff Justice,” the new whodunit by Laurien Berenson, a collar and a

  • The Roving Sportsman… Turkey Camp — Florida Style0

    When we Pennsylvanians conjure up thoughts of going to hunting camp, we generally picture a similar setting. Often, it is an old farmhouse that has been remodeled to include an upgraded kitchen and bedrooms that house numerous bunk beds to sleep all of the hunters. There is usually a large dining area that doubles as

  • How Athletes Can Protect Their Heads and Faces0

    The promise of warmer weather in spring and the possibilities of outdoor recreation entices many adults and children to become physically active. Spring fever might compel people to embrace their favorite sports once again, but it’s important that athletes take measures to protect their heads when suiting up. The Head Injury Association says approximately 1.7

  • County Hall Corner: Let the Sunshine In0

    At the Lycoming County Commissioners’ work session on Tuesday, March 12th, the commissioners announced that they were making a proclamation on the coming Thursday regular session declaring that particular week “Sunshine Week.” This highly alert feature writer could not help but ask, “Isn’t it a little late to recognize a special week when the week

  • Diversify Your Dinner Menu0

    Crafting quick, easy, nutritious meals is one of the most common goals for home chefs, yet it may sometimes be difficult to keep the menu feeling fresh and new. By introducing a variety of ingredients, you can broaden the horizons of your family’s dinner options. For creative, simple, tasty family meals, consider these globally inspired


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