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Articles

  • Are You “Plugged-In” Yet?0

    It’s probably no secret that I am not on the cutting edge of today’s technology; after all, I still think “tweeting” is something a bird does when it’s happy. I have graduated from a flip phone to a “smartphone” although I get the impression that my phone is not as smart as some of the

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  • Simple Solutions to Combat Winter Skin Sensitivity0

    The winter season is here, and it’s important to get in the habit of taking care of your skin. Cold weather brings low humidity levels and dry air, which can suck the moisture from your skin, and without proper care, skin can become dry, cracked and irritated, causing discomfort. This winter, focus on a regimen

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  • Foundation for the Future: STEM plays a vital role in youth education0

    Making sure your kids are ready to take on the world as adults is arguably one of the most important roles of a parent. Now, more than ever, education is the foundation of that preparation. As technology continues to evolve, it’s important that kids are learning, and also developing skills in high-demand areas, such as

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  • Insinger and Ross Make History on a Special Day for Loyalsock Basketball

    Insinger and Ross Make History on a Special Day for Loyalsock Basketball0

    Loyalsock’s Ron “CI” Insinger Gymnasium is usually buzzing with activity, but it was unusually full last Saturday as the Lancers took on Athens in the middle of the afternoon. Balloons hung from the railing lining the top of the gym, and a larger than usual student section filled in the bleachers in the far corner.

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  • 3 Ways to Throwback Style

    3 Ways to Throwback Style0

    When it’s time for a bathroom or kitchen upgrade, some of the greatest inspiration may come from another time entirely. Some of the most on-trend styles of today are actually throwbacks to bygone eras. Learn how to make your updated spaces pay tribute to re-emerging trends and add your own modern touches with these three

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  • Better, Healthier Baking0

    Olive oil is a flavorful and versatile cooking oil that is often trusted in popular cooking methods such as sauteing, stir-frying, dressing, marinating and grilling. It can also earn your trust when it comes to baking. With seven olive oil varieties to fit almost any need, each Filippo Berio olive oil has its own distinct

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  • 5 Tips to Have Fun and Enhance Learning

    5 Tips to Have Fun and Enhance Learning0

    According to the United States Department of Commerce, 65 percent of jobs for kids today don’t exist yet, which is why it’s important for them to explore the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), as those occupations are growing at a rate of 17 percent. This type of education increases science literacy, creates

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  • County Hall Corner: Connecting to the Future0

    San Antonio, Texas, and Williamsport, PA are generally not thought to have anything in common, but there are some general similarities. San Antonio is well known for the Alamo, just as Williamsport is widely renowned for Little League. They also are cities that border rivers, which historically have been both a blessing and a burden.

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  • The Wizards

    The Wizards0

    OK. I was a little hesitant at first. I mean if you’ve seen them once, there’s probably no need to see them again. I totally understand a performance can change, but they’ve been using the water and confetti in the bucket since I was a kid. I wanted to send Jensen with his friends instead,

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  • Avoiding Heart Failure – Keep Your Heart Working Properly0

    When one hears the word failure, the mind generally conjures a picture of complete and absolute breakdown. When a physician shares the words “heart failure” with you, this does not mean that your heart has stopped or is about to stop working, but it does mean that your heart is not working properly and it’s

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  • Linwood S. “Lenny” Houseknecht, 91

    Linwood S. “Lenny” Houseknecht, 910

    Linwood S. “Lenny” Houseknecht, 91, of Muncy Valley, died Friday, February 16, 2018, at Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, Muncy. Lenny was born November 24, 1926 in Hughesville, a son of the late George W. and Vasta M. (Hill) Houseknecht. He and his wife, the former Joyce A. (Phillips) Barto, would have celebrated 43 years

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  • Hope Springs Eternal0

    I heard my favorite words of February this past weekend. Pitchers and catchers will be reporting for Spring Training. To me, that’s like seeing the first robin. A sure sign spring and the Boys of Summer are on their way. There’s no truth to the rumor that the Pittsburgh Pirates were the first club to

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  • The Bookworm Sez: “Here is Real Magic: A Magician’s Search for Wonder in the Modern World” by Nate Staniforth

    The Bookworm Sez: “Here is Real Magic: A Magician’s Search for Wonder in the Modern World” by Nate Staniforth0

    “Here is Real Magic: A Magician’s Search for Wonder in the Modern World” by Nate Staniforth c.2018, Bloomsbury $28.00 / $37.00 Canada 256 pages Wow. Just… wow. Did you see that? Wasn’t it awesome? It was a once-in-a-lifetime sight and you almost missed it; now, you’ll never forget it. You just don’t have many moments

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  • A Tribute To Tommy1

    A couple of Friday nights ago, I thought I heard the faint tinkling of a bell. It turns out it was my dear and old friend, Tommy Portanova, receiving his wings, for he had suddenly and unexpectedly died earlier that night. Losing Tommy hit me hard. It was a sad, jarring and vivid reminder of

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  • How to Dress for Valentine’s Day0

    Whether you’re a die-hard romantic, or just planning a simple evening in with your honey, Valentine’s Day is a chance to bust out hearts, ruffles, reds, and pink. Of course, traditional V-Day apparel has two main challenges. First is finding a balance between romantic and functional, because it’s still winter and unfortunately cute, slinky, dresses

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  • The Roving Sportsman… The Next Step0

    Creating a management plan for your property is the first step in optimizing the habitat on your land. Having put down on paper a list of your property’s inventory, a list of the end goals for the work you will do and some of your ideas as to how you can accomplish your objectives, it

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  • The Voice and the View0

    As he took the podium to honor the members of the Lycoming College football team at their annual awards banquet, Mike Clark, Lycoming’s head football coach and athletic director, had reason to be proud. While the 2017 season was not favorable from a win/loss standpoint, the accomplishments of his players and the support of the

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  • New Love Center Provides Thousands of Meals For Jersey Shore Area And Eastern Clinton County0

    Food for low income and needy families is a very real social problem, and the New Love Center of Jersey Shore is in the forefront in the effort to deal with this problem. According to the Rev. Kerry Aucker, pastor of the St. John’s Lutheran Church at 229 South Broad Street, Jersey Shore, who helps

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  • Ross Bounced Back After Tough Situation to Lead Loyalsock to Victory0

    The beautiful thing about sports is that there always seems to a be a shot at redemption waiting for those athletes ready to make amends for past performances. It requires work, and a willingness to face the mistakes of the past, to overcome and excel through the new challenges ahead. Recently, Loyalsock’s Gerald Ross was

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  • An Incredible County Coroner0

    When Hamlet was musing, “to be or not to be,” he hesitated because death is the “undiscovered country”. Charles E. “Chuck” Kiessling Jr. is one who stands in the threshold of that mystery. As the Lycoming County Coroner, his duty is to determine the manner and cause of deaths that occur in his jurisdiction. But

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