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  • National Champ! Wesneski Secures Upset in the Finals0

    Born during the Whitehill Duals while his father, Lyle, wrestled his senior year at Lycoming College in 1996, senior Garrett Wesneski (Canton, Pa./Canton Area) always seemed fated to wrestle at the school, even after spending three years at the University of Maryland before deciding to finish his career at Lycoming under the guidance of his dad’s former

  • How to Create a Smoky Cubano Sandwich

    How to Create a Smoky Cubano Sandwich0

    For flavor fans, there is nearly no better combo than the complementary tastes in a Cubano sandwich. Complete with layers of roast pork, ham, soft swiss cheese, mustard and topped with tangy pickles, all the flavors and textures play in concert. For an upgrade on the classic sandwich, try this version from Sammy Hagar, a

  • Women’s Month Feature: Judge Joy Reynolds McCoy0

    Continuing with significant women who have influenced Lycoming County, Judge of the Court of Common Pleas Joy Reynolds McCoy certainly deserves recognition. Her ten years of service have brought some significant changes, particularly in the county’s Family Court Division. Born and raised in Old Lycoming Township, and graduating from Williamsport Area High School, she attended

  • Grit: March 22, 1964 – Cable Firms Move Closer to 9-Channel Completion0

    The area’s two television cable companies are moving closer toward completion of their planned channel expansion plan. Henry E. Lockard, manager of Williamsport Cable said, work on converting the present system to 9 channels plus 3 FM music stations should be completed within the next six weeks. William Heinbach, manager of Lycoming Television at South

  • Montoursville’s Sam Jordan Finishes Fourth in 100 Back at the PIAA Swimming and Diving Championships

    Montoursville’s Sam Jordan Finishes Fourth in 100 Back at the PIAA Swimming and Diving Championships0

    On the final day of his high school swimming career, Montoursville’s Sam Jordan made a statement. Jordan entered the event as the second-best backstroke swimmer in Districts 4, but he proved to be much more than that as he posted a 52.91 at the PIAA Swimming and Diving Championships. The time, which was nearly a

  • What’s the Score?

    What’s the Score?0

    Williamsport’s Bowman Field is a staple. It stands as the second oldest minor league stadium in North America. Her roots go all the way back to 1926, and she is registered as a historic landmark in the state of Pennsylvania. Bowman currently serves as the home of our beloved Crosscutters — a short season minor

  • The Last Game0

    Anyone who has ever taken a journalism class has most likely received similar advice. In my case, I still recall the warning from the instructor. “Always remember,” he said, “when you are covering an event, keep your opinion out of the story. The news should be the news, and the reader isn’t interested in your

  • Giving Up Coffee0

    Every year, my husband gives up coffee for Lent. Needless to say, it can be a nightmare for all of us. He feels miserable for the first week, from the caffeine withdraw, tempers are heightened, and at the end of the day, he’s dragging some serious tail. This year, I decided to be proactive and

  • Spring is Here…ish0

    Spring is trying to spring. Though I don’t know that we’ve quite hit that ‘out like a lamb’ portion of the month yet. With April Showers being right around the corner, it seems like a good time to take advantage of the last of the ‘inside days.’ By now Spring Fever is hitting the kids

  • This Week’s LION Williamsport Mayor Candidate Derek Slaughter0

    City Councilman Derek Slaughter will be seeking the Democratic nomination for mayor of Williamsport in the May 21 primary election. Derek brings a broad background and experience to the table in spite of his somewhat young age. Born and raised in Williamsport, Derek graduated from Williamsport Area High School in 1999. His high school Spanish

  • County Hall Corner: Wills for Heroes0

    There is an old adage that there are two things that are sure in life — death and taxes. Taxes can be avoided to a degree, but sooner or later, we all must face the Grim Reaper. It would seem that given the 100 percent certainty of this event, everyone would take the necessary preparations

  • CWD – Not Going Away0

    Writing about the great outdoors is something outdoor writers enjoy doing — myself included. Some subjects like chronic wasting disease or CWD, however, are very disheartening and garner a good bit of controversy as well. Like it or not CWD is here. It’s an integral part of our hunting heritage, and it’s probably not going

  • The Roving Sportsman… Time to Check Your Turkey Vest0

    March 20th is finally upon us — the official first day of spring! In just over four short weeks, the Pennsylvania Youth Turkey Season will occur — Saturday, April 20 to be exact, and the following Saturday, April 27, will begin the month-long Spring Gobbler Season! With that in mind, this would be a great

  • The Magical Month of March

    The Magical Month of March0

    What a great time to get out and about and enjoy all the happenings early Spring has to offer. There is definitely something for everyone that calls the West Branch Valley home. It is so nice to hear the singing of the robins in the morning and enjoy the sunshine upon returning home in the

  • Spring Into the Home Show…0

    Just like Little League marks the end of summer for me, the West Branch Builders Home Show marks the start of spring. I always look forward to spending a couple of hours at the show each year. It’s always nice to hear people’s thoughts, ideas and opinions on the paper. As usual we are doing

  • 60th West Branch Susquehanna Builders Association Home Show This Weekend0

    It has been a long winter, and you may be thinking about some home improvement project or projects for your home as the weather gets better. Well, this weekend’s 60th West Branch Susquehanna Builders Home Show at the Keiper Recreation Center on the campus of Lycoming College from March 15 to 17 is just the

  • The Benefits of Child-Safe Home Improvements

    The Benefits of Child-Safe Home Improvements0

    All family members should be considered when home improvements are being planned, especially the youngest household residents who may not be responsible enough to avoid accidents and injuries. According to a recent Vital Signs report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, accidental injuries are a leading cause of death among the country’s

  • Sinibaldi’s Swan Song

    Sinibaldi’s Swan Song0

    As the game clock counted down to under a minute to play South Williamsport basketball coach, Rob Houseknecht knew it was time for a curtain call for his seniors. It wasn’t the way he or his players had hoped the season would end but for Pete Sinibaldi, Cole Lentz, A.J. Flick, Ryan Weinhoffer, Tyler Trojan

  • Gazette and Bulletin: March 10, 1940 – Prisoner Shares Meals, Cell With Dog After Pet Refused to Stay Home0

    “Butchey,” a two-year old police dog, accompanied his master, Powell Thornton, 918 Maple Street, to the County Jail Saturday night when Thornton delivered himself on previous court sentence to serve 45 days on a charge of drunken driving. Thornton was admitted, but as there was no commitment for the dog, it was refused admittance. This

  • The Origins of the Leprechaun Myth

    The Origins of the Leprechaun Myth0

    The tricolor flag. A pint of Guinness. Bagpipes. Each of these things are symbols of St. Patrick’s Day, which celebrates the patron saint of Ireland every year on March 17. While each of the aforementioned symbols is tangible, one popular image has proven a little more elusive. Leprechaun imagery is ubiquitous during St. Patrick’s Day


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