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  • The Bookworm Sez

    The Bookworm Sez0

    Dad used to pride himself on being handy. He could make anything, imagine anything, fix anything. He was handy, from tools to toys and kitchens to kids. But last week, Dad got lost on his way home from the grocery store, a trip he’s made once a week for thirty years, and it scared you

  • A Local Gem: Camp Susque0

    John Denver sang that West Virginia was almost heaven, but a better candidate would be a valley located about fifteen miles north of Williamsport. This amazing piece of God’s country is surrounded by some of the most beautiful hills anywhere. Because of the topography, there is virtually no ambient light, making the stars brighter at

  • The Year That Saved the Movies, Part 30

    That headline is misleading — I never wrote the first two parts of what might be called “2022 at the Movies.” No, those parts were penned by you, dear reader; or should I say “viewer”? So many of you went piling off to movie theaters that this year’s box-office is already approaching the entire take

  • The Elusive Muskie0

    When it comes to fishing here in Pennsylvania, you probably won’t find many fishermen who are strongly dedicated to pursuing muskies. There are probably some good reasons for that lack of pursuit; for one, they are not exactly abundant, at least not like trout and bass. They can also be difficult to catch; you can

  • Hallmark Treasures

    Hallmark Treasures0

    It’s a rainy Sunday, and I am snuggled on the couch, wrapped in my fall fleece blanket that I finally got out this weekend. My Halloween tree is in front of our front bay window, with the tiny orange and purple lights glowing as primitive ghost ornaments hang off a branch. Candy corns, pumpkins, witches,

  • The Roving Sportsman… So Long, Summer!0

    In just over a week, September 22, 2022, to be exact, Fall of 2022 will officially begin. Where the heck did the summer go anyway? For some unknown reason it simply seemed shorter than usual this year and, somehow, just slipped away. I suppose part of that is that when you keep busy, time has

  • What do You Know About Football?0

    Disclaimer. These articles are submitted on Friday. Yes. My lovely editor has everything ready to print, and she is often patiently waiting. I used to leave her hanging, but I have been on a roll here lately —2 3 straight weeks and counting. Maybe I finally figured this out. Perhaps no more struggles with part-time

  • Football’$ Back0

    That old saying about the month of March coming in like a lion has nothing on September, especially if you are a football fan. The calendar’s ninth month entered on the heels of the Little League World Series and produced instant excitement and a few anxious moments for local fans of Penn State and the

  • Playwright Robert Hughes to Discuss Aviation Pioneers Orville and Wilbur Wright at the Taber Museum0

    The Thomas T. Taber Museum of the Lycoming County Historical Society will be featuring First in Flight as presented by playwright Robert Hughes, on Sunday, September 18, 2022, at 2pm. The presentation, one of the Society Programs in the Taber’s Lecture Series, will be held in the Community Room of the Museum. It is free

  • Remembering History to Prevent Infamy0

    It was a beautiful, sun-drenched, late-summer morning. It appeared all was right in the world. The early day’s sun was still very warm, the smell of fall was in the air. I dropped my sons off for school and daycare. Jimmy had just started kindergarten, and Hunter was a very young preschooler. I was looking

  • Never Forget0

    Sometimes it feels like yesterday, and sometimes it feels like a lifetime ago. In reality, it’s been 21 years since the 9/11 attacks on the United States. It also marks the 21st annual 9/11 Memorial Motorcycle Ride. It’s hard to believe that the small ride, with a few dozen riders has grown to the event

  • Cook Like a Pitmaster from the Comforts of Home0

    For home chefs looking to take their cooking skills to the next level, it all starts with a little inspiration and a few new skills. Turn family meals into extravagant adventures, take backyard barbecues to new heights and impress friends and neighbors with pitmaster-worthy recipes. In fact, it can be as easy as turning on

  • UPMC Physician: Understanding Concussions in Sports0

    In recent years, concussions have been at the forefront of sports medicine, and for good reason. A complex injury that is difficult to diagnose, concussions can seem devastating to a young athlete’s career, but they are treatable if you know the signs and symptoms. Concussions do not always involve being “knocked out” or a loss

  • The Bookworm Sez0

    So far this summer, you’ve read at least a dozen murder mysteries. You love a good whodunit more than anything, and that’s great: summertime is when you’ll find tons of detective novels and thriller-mysteries for your vacationing pleasure. But aren’t you ready for something different? Check out these great real-life true-crime books, full of actual

  • Sojourner Truth Helps Those in Need0

    The mission of Sojourner Truth Ministries is to be a loving, spiritual, and inclusive Christian mission. It is a non-profit ministry based in Williamsport that focuses on making the world we live in a better place. With the aid of its tireless staff and volunteers, it organizes fundraisers and community-building events and offers food, clothing,

  • How to Acclimate an Adopted Cat to its New Home

    How to Acclimate an Adopted Cat to its New Home0

    Cats have a special place in the hearts of millions of people. These wily rascals can be flirty, funny or even aloof. The personality of cats, coupled with their compact size, makes them ideal pets for homes of all sizes. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals says approximately 1.3 million cats

  • Looking Back 50 Years To the First Football Game At the New Williamsport High School Football Stadium0

    The year was 1972. It was the year of the great Agnes Flood, the murder of 11 Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympics; Richard Nixon would overwhelm George McGovern in an electoral landslide; Nixon went on state visits to both the Soviet Union and the People’s Republic of China that year. The new Williamsport High

  • Quilt Like Your Great Granny Quilted: A Quilting Class at the Taber Museum0

    A series of five classes exploring the heritage techniques of hand piecing, hand applique and hand quilting will be offered at the Taber Museum on Saturdays, September 17, 24, October 1, 8, and 15. Each class will be held from 11:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m., with a lunch break during the time. The classes will

  • Six Simple Ways to Soothe a Teething Baby

    Six Simple Ways to Soothe a Teething Baby0

    There’s nothing cuter than those first toothy grins, but cutting teeth is a tough business. When a baby is teething, parents often spend long days and nights trying to soothe their little one’s discomfort. Teething affects babies differently; some may not be bothered at all, while others only have trouble with some teeth. Swollen, red

  • To You, My Readers.0

    I get so blown away by the folks who read my column — people I would have never imagined. I had two girls I graduated with from high school who were at the same wedding I was months ago. Both of them, separately, said to me how proud of me they were and have followed


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