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  • Gazette and Bulletin February 9, 1933 Working for Williamsport0

    Compiled by Lou Hunsinger Jr. Attendance of a meeting of the membership committee of the Chamber of Commerce is one of the best ways of seeing the rapid strides the local organization is making. At the meeting yesterday, 15 substantial businessmen of the community spent two hours of their time in the middle of the

  • The Roving Sportsman: Creating a Management Plan0

    Most people would agree that if you are serious about accomplishing a goal, you need a plan. This becomes even more critical when you are looking at a complex set of goals and time and money may be limited. Such just might be the case if you are a landowner, member of a hunting club

  • Breaking the Barrier0

    Running an errand from Loyalsock into Montoursville on a cold, snow-covered afternoon, a moving, jumping object caught the corner of my eye. It was a stray deer trying (in vain) to jump a roadway fence and get onto the bike path. Try as she might, she couldn’t scale it by trying to leap it. So

  • Mifflinburg’s Tanner Stoltzfus Joins Elusive 1,000-Point Club0

    It was the middle of the first quarter at Ron “CI” Insinger gymnasium, and the crowd and players could tell something special was brewing. Mifflinburg’s Tanner Stoltzfus was closing in on 1,000 career points, which has widely become the mark of a truly impactful player at the high school level. Stoltzfus crossed the plateau with

  • Prejudice Always Hurts0

    The word prejudice simply means to pre-judge. When we pass judgment on someone before we know anything about him or her, we are guilty of prejudice. I grew up in a very prejudiced environment — and then I became a victim of my own prejudice. Let me tell you about it. When I was about

  • Heart of Williamsport to Show Film That Highlights Williamsport’s Good Points0

    Despite the doom and gloom that people seem to focus on, much is good about the Williamsport area and its people. These positives will be highlighted in a film made by the Heart of Williamsport that will be presented on Friday, February 9 at the Community Arts Center. From the Heart of Williamsport” is a

  • Some Game Commission Updates0

    We are at that time of the year when most of our hunting is over; sure we can still chase rabbits and squirrels until the end of February and, of course, coyotes can be had anytime. Last week, I even spotted a distant field with a bunch of goose decoys spread over a large area.

  • Roads to Freedom Helping Those With Disabilities0

    Roads To Freedom offers information and services to people with disabilities. As a non-profit, and the area’s disability nucleus, it all begins with a phone call. By calling us, you will learn of the various options available to your unique needs and will be provided with guidance and referrals to remain independent in your home

  • James E. Stewart, 710

    James E. Stewart, 71, of Cogan Station passed away Wednesday, January 31, 2018 at his residence. Born December 12, 1946 in Williamsport he was a son of the late James H. and Elizabeth M. Hower Gottschall. James was a graduate of South Williamsport High School. He was formerly employed as a car salesman for Blaise

  • Fly Eagles Fly…0

    Well, January is in the rearview mirror, and that’s a good thing. February is the shortest month of the year, which means March and spring will soon follow! I used to love the winter when I was younger. I couldn’t wait to sled ride and snowmobile in the newly fallen snow. We lived at the

  • Plentiful Predictions!0

    I gotta say, this is one of my favorite articles to write each year. Mike Rafferty started the Super Bowl Predictions articles, and I couldn’t wait to continue the tradition. So without further ado, let’s get to it! As always we start with the News Team, which for those who don’t know, is my group

  • “Wild Thing” and Morandini Wow Hot Stove League Attendees0

    The 1993 National League champion Philadelphia Phillies are fondly remembered by their fans in Philly and beyond as a colorful, scrappy aggregation that completely exceeded everyone’s expectations. Two members of this memorable and zany crew, Mitch “Wild Thing” Williams and Mickey Morandini were on hand at the recent 12th Annual Williamsport Crosscutters Hot Stove League

  • Why Dog-Earing Isn’t the Cat’s Meow0

    Is dog-earing a big deal to me? Does an unflushed toilet bother you? For those who don’t remember, or refuse to admit it continues, a dog-ear is a folded down corner of a book page. The name came about because wolves’ ears stand erect while the ears of many breeds of dogs flop over. People

  • Worlds End0

    I now have a nine-year-old son who is my pride and joy. I refer to him here quite often. Jensen is a great looking kid who plays Xbox and several youth sports. He loves the outdoors and is halfway through the third grade. Jensen is so dang spoiled and has thousands of Nerf guns. J

  • 13:540

    Congratulations to those fans of the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles who are awaiting with eager anticipation the ultimate NFL confrontation this Sunday in Super Bowl 52. Even those without a rooting interest in the two teams, and in many cases folks who don’t watch much NFL football at all, will take the time

  • The Probation Day Reporting Program0

    Every newly elected governmental body inherits the problems of the past administration plus the new ones that arise. This was true when Tony Mussare, Jack McKernan, and Rick Mirabito began as a new board of commissioners for Lycoming County in January 2016. The one big elephant in the room was the problem of budget deficits.

  • Wintertime Project0

    “Cabin fever” hits us all, whether we try to avoid it or not. After days in a row of overcast skies, falling snow and below freezing temperatures, it is difficult not to be bitten by the feeling of being closed in with little hope of getting outside. Fortunately, within a few days, the weather changes

  • Grit – January 27, 1957 – Syndicate to Buy Theater Building0

    Compiled by Lou Hunsinger Jr. A four-man syndicate, headed by Julius Simon of 631 Lincoln Avenue, will take title to the Park Theater Building tomorrow, when final details of the sale are to be completed. One of the largest real estate transactions here in recent years, it reportedly involves $60,000 to $70,000. Mr. Simon said

  • Prejudice0

    I had intended to write this article on Martin Luther King Day, but my schedule just wouldn’t allow for it. I guess it’s better late than never — at least I hope so. The reason I felt motivated to write this article was that a very special friend of mine went home to be with

  • “We Eat Them”0

    A question I often hear throughout the winter months during my ice fishing outings is, “What do you do with all the fish you catch?” My answer, “We eat them.” Don’t misunderstand, I don’t eat all the fish I catch, but I do prepare certain ones for the dinner table. Basically, I’m pretty much a


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