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South Williamsport, PA
United States

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  • County Hall Corner: EMS in Crisis0

    One feature of the current County Commissioner board is that they are not deaf to concerns of the community. Unfortunately, being willing to listen does not necessarily mean they can do much about the problem. One of these concerns is the ongoing problems of volunteer fire companies and EMS service. In July of 2017, the

  • Preparing for the Polls — Part 4 : Considering the Council-Manager Option0

    When home computers were introduced in the mid-80s, they ran on a computer operating system called DOS. The owner of a home computer was limited if they did not understand this seemingly foreign language that they had to deal with. In 1991, a small publishing company named IDB came out with a book entitled, “DOS

  • So, You Say You Want to be a Supreme Court Justice…0

    There’s just no easing into this cesspool, so I may as well jump right in. I cannot believe what I witnessed last Thursday as I watched the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings on Judge Brett Kavanaugh and his alleged sexual misconduct that occurred 36 years ago. As I penned this article, I was waiting for the

  • Prevention is Key0

    October brings us Breast Cancer Awareness month. Every year, as October hits, everyone from athletes, to celebrities to the clerk at the grocery store will be asking you to buy something pink, or wear something pink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Each year it is estimated that over 252,710 women in the United

  • October Is Breast Cancer Awareness Month0

    Breast Cancer is one of the biggest and perhaps scariest health threats that women face (though some men sometimes suffer it). October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and the observation of it helps to shine a light on this serious health problem. Information and understanding of breast cancer is one of the most important goals

  • Before Bed Skin Care0

    Life can be so hectic. By the time you get home from work, make dinner, clean up from dinner, and wrangle children into the bath, then bed, the last thing you want to do is a multi-step nightly skincare routine. Once you finally have a minute to yourself, it’s easy just to grab a makeup

  • October Baseball0

    As October ushers in autumn, Major League Baseball’s marathon 162-game, six-month, 30-team quest for supremacy has seen 20 of its membership fall by the wayside leaving their fans with only the annual recourse of the defeated ‘wait till next year.’ For the other ten teams that made it to the finish line with varying degrees

  • County Hall Corner: Hanging in There0

    At the regular Lycoming County Commissioners Meeting held on September 27th, three service recognition pins were awarded. Dave Bonus, from the Resource Management Services Department, received a 30-year service pin as did Karen Miller, from the Pre-Release Center. Carla Miller from the Department of Public Safety and Chris Shuck from the Prison received 20-year service

  • A Look at Hunting Trends in Pennsylvania0

    There’s no question about it, when it comes to hunting in Pennsylvania the whitetail deer is king. No other hunting in our state garners as much attention as deer hunting does and I wouldn’t be surprised it’s the same for most other states. In spite of what some may say, deer are still readily available,

  • ‘Fall Into the Arts, Lake Fest’ Celebrates Fifth Year0

    The Fifth Annual Fall into the Arts Lake Fest will be held Saturday, October 6th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday, October 7th from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., 939 Trimble Road, Trout Run. (over-looking Rose Valley Lake) Rain or Shine. There will be a diverse group of talented fine art and fine craft artists


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