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South Williamsport, PA
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  • Merry Christmas0

    So, I suppose since we are finishing our Christmas edition, I should, at some point, start Christmas shopping. Luckily, I’m pretty good at working efficiently, so I can probably get most of it done in a solid afternoon or two! Are you ready? I hope I’m not the only one struggling to get everything done!

  • Bogey Golf0

    The Lycoming County Commissioners have extended their agreement with Billy Casper. Casper will continue to oversee all operations of White Deer Golf Course until 2021. I have yet to see the new and improved contract as my Right to Know Request is currently in customs. I did hear that the County tweaked some wording, and

  • Season’s Greetings0

    Sending out Christmas cards is an exercise in futility for me — mostly because I’m a poor tool. When it comes to choosing a family picture to include on one of those trendy postcards created online with favorite snapshots and heartfelt messages, I fall down on the job every time. Never mind that I’m the

  • Watkins Overcomes Injury to Continue Brilliant High School Career at Loyalsock

    Watkins Overcomes Injury to Continue Brilliant High School Career at Loyalsock0

    When Connor Watkins walked off the field at Bloomsburg fans and players thought it would be the final time they would see him in a Loyalsock uniform. There were tears, jeers, and plenty of fears as he left the field with an injury that looked severe. The only person who wasn’t worried about getting back

  • Looking Back at the Yuletide of 19480

    Looking back 70 years, the Yuletide of 1948 was the culmination of a very interesting year in history. Harry Truman had pulled off one of the greatest political upsets in history when he defeated Gov. Thomas Dewey in that year’s Presidential election. Truman also launched the historic “Marshall Plan” that year, which helped to rebuild

  • Get Christmas Crafty With Homemade Ornaments

    Get Christmas Crafty With Homemade Ornaments0

    Handmade gifts, trinkets and treats help make the holiday season special. Although cookies and other baked goods are some of the most popular homemade creations this time of year, gift-givers young and old can put their talents to use with various craft projects. Ornaments and decorations are one such idea. Here are some clever and,

  • Blaise Alexander Christmas Coloring Contest Winners!

    Blaise Alexander Christmas Coloring Contest Winners!0

    • Arts
    • December 19, 2018

    The following are the Winners of the Blaise Alexander Family Dealerships Christmas Fun Coloring Contest! Congratulations to all of our winners and many thanks to all of our entrants! We had over 400 entries this year! You kiddos wore our elves out with judging!! We’d also like to thank all of the people who offered

  • Easy Christmas Morning Breakfast

    Easy Christmas Morning Breakfast0

    Christmas morning is an exciting and joyous time for families. Children are anxious to rush downstairs and see what Santa has left under the tree, and parents are eager to see the looks on youngsters’ happy faces. Having a fast and easy breakfast at the ready on Christmas morning allows families to jump right into

  • Twas the Night Before Christmas By Clement Clarke Moore0

    Twas the Night Before Christmas By Clement Clarke Moore Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse. The stockings were hung by the chimney with care, In hopes that St Nicholas soon would be there. The children were nestled all snug in their beds,

  • Gazette and Bulletin: December 18, 1937 – Nickel Meals Offered at High School Cafeteria Pint of Soup for 3 Cents0

    A meal for a nickel can be secured by the students of the Williamsport High School at the cafeteria maintained in the school under the direction of Mrs. Beulah Manley. Balanced menus are prepared weekly, which incorporate the use of protein, carbohydrates and vitamin containing foods. The daily fare consists of one main plate, a minor

  • The Giving Tree Courtesy of St. Ann Catholic Church

    The Giving Tree Courtesy of St. Ann Catholic Church0

    While not a Christmas story, “The Giving Tree” by Shel Silverstein is a wonderful children’s book with a message that resonates with everyone. It is a touching reminder of the importance of family and giving at this time of year. The story is about a tree’s sacrifice for the love of a boy. At first,

  • Song of the Week “Carry On Wayward Son,” by Kansas0

    Ah, it’s that time of the year again when Uptown’s post-show videos serenade the world of Facebook and YouTube. This time, we shredded “Carry On Wayward Son,” by Kansas, in our most recent show, More Than a Feeling: 70s Arena Rock. Personally, I love watching our post-show videos. It’s like a reward for the hard

  • Keeping Off the Weight this Holiday Season0

    • Arts
    • December 19, 2018

    I recently heard on the radio that the average American can expect to gain 1-5 lbs. over the holidays. A pound or two doesn’t seem like much, but year after year that weight builds up, and one pound becomes five pounds, becomes ten pounds, etc. This Christmas season, I’m not only trying to avoid gaining

  • From ‘the Cheap Seats’0

    It was as if time had suddenly stopped as the high-arching three-point shot launched by a Northeast Bradford player almost seemed destined to hit the heating vents suspended high above the Montgomery Community & Athletic Center gym. When gravity intervened the seemingly desperate shot found nothing but white nylon cord tying the Panthers game against

  • The Roving Sportsman… Considerations When Giving a Firearm as a Gift0

    With only a few shopping days remaining before Christmas day, you may be thinking about purchasing a firearm as a gift for a friend or relative. Or, you may be considering gifting one of Grandpa’s old side by side shotguns or cherished lever action rifles to a member of the family. Either way, there are

  • Paddlers May be Required to Register Their Craft0

    The rest of the “Frozen Chosen” and I are actually considering hitting some hard water sometime next week so why am I writing about paddling watercraft around as we dip into the winter months? The reason is that there may be some changes coming in the near future regarding non-powered watercraft, and those changes will

  • Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus0

    Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus DEAR EDITOR: I am 8 years old. Some of my little friends say there is no Santa Claus. Papa says, ‘If you see it in THE SUN it’s so.’ Please tell me the truth; is there a Santa Claus? VIRGINIA O’HANLON. 115 WEST NINETY-FIFTH STREET. VIRGINIA, your little

  • County Hall Corner: A Good Looking Golf Course0

    Winston Churchill thought playing golf was dumb. He commented that it was a game designed to hit a very small ball into a very small hole with instruments ill-designed for the purpose. Many in Lycoming County would echo those sentiments. Why does the county need a municipal golf course anyway? Actually, Lycoming County is very

  • Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

    Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer0

    Adults and children alike are familiar with the tale of “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.” As the lyrics of the song illustrate: Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer had a very shiny nose / And if you ever saw it, you would even say it glows. Popularized by the song written by Johnny Marks and sung by Gene

  • Simple Sides for Holiday Entertaining0

    Preparing side dishes can be time consuming. Save those precious minutes to enjoy the holidays by using refrigerated, never-frozen options like mashed potatoes, mashed sweet potatoes, baked apples and even macaroni and cheese that can be heated in the microwave and ready to serve in minutes. Like many hosts, you are likely searching for perfection


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