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South Williamsport, PA
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One Small Step 50 Years Later

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  • Enjoy a Safe and Happy Independence Day0

    Independence Day is a celebration of the United States of America. The holiday is marked by fanfare and large parties, complete with barbecues, fireworks and parades. As fun as July 4th festivities typically are, injuries, particularly those involving fireworks, are a concern that celebrants should not take lightly. An estimated 11,000 people visited the emergency

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  • County Hall Corner: The High Cost of Delinquency0

    A rather interesting debate occurred at the work session of the County Commissioners on June 18th when Commissioner Tony Mussare questioned Ed Robbins, Director of Juvenile Probation, rather intensely over the cost of sending at-risk youth to the George Junior Republic complex at Grove City, PA. Commissioner Mussare was gagging over the price tag of

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  • Gazette and Bulletin: July 6, 1936 – 4,000 at Festival of Music0

    An attentive and enthusiastic crowd estimated at over 4,000 gathered in Brandon Park last evening at the Community Music Festival sponsored by the Adult Education Division of the Works Progress Administration. Musical groups of this city and surrounding communities combined to give the people of Williamsport an entertaining and artistic program upon which much time

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  • How to Dress to Flatter your Shape0

    As I’ve gotten older, I’ve dressed less and less around the latest fashion trends and more to suit my own personal style and shape. Over the last five years, my shape has fluctuated with having two babies, so I’ve had to re-learn some basic techniques when it comes to dressing to flatter my figure. Here

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  • Susquehanna Valley Big Twins Motorcycle Club To Hold 4th of July Weekend Fundraiser0

    A top raffle prize worth $10,000, and smaller amounts such as $1,000, $500 and $100, great entertainment, food and various drawings highlight the Susquehanna Valley Big Twins Motorcycle Club’s 4th of July Party fundraiser, held July 5, 6 and 7 at the club’s clubhouse at 84 Harley Drive, located near Woolrich. Free camping is also a

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  • Carmen Barone Signs with Saint Francis University

    Carmen Barone Signs with Saint Francis University0

    Carmen Barone recently signed his letter-of-intent to continue his education and play football at Saint Francis University. Here he is pictured with: (standing) Loyalsock Athletic Director Ron ‘CI’ Insinger, Ashley Sekel VP, his sister Alena Barone, his brother Nick Barone, his sister Isabella Barone Sister, Head Football Coach Justin Van Fleet. Seated are his grandmother

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Gaining Permission to Hunt0

    Hunters today have basically three options when it comes to having a place to hunt. There is public land, such as our Pennsylvania state game lands and state forests, but they can sometimes be crowded by other hunters who you don’t know and can’t be too sure they are ethical sportsmen. You could join a

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  • Paddling 1010

    North Central Pennsylvania is home to several great opportunities and paddling gives you a whole new perspective. This includes kayaking, canoeing, and even standup wakeboarding on the nearby lakes, rivers, and streams. Paddling is another beautiful way to experience the outdoors. The Spencer’s have a canoe, and we use it rather often. While Mom sits

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  • The Wildlife Leadership Academy

    The Wildlife Leadership Academy0

    Let’s start this piece by first talking about cover and structure for fish. So what does the title, “Wildlife Leadership Academy” have to do with cover and structure? I’ll get to that in a minute, but what about cover and structure? If you’re a fisherman, you know the importance of cover and structure in a

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  • 243 & Counting0

    Happy Birthday to us, Happy Birthday to us Despite all the discord we’re worth all the fuss We’re the land of the free and the home of the brave Proven by the sacrifices so many freely gave Regardless of your views or those you dislike Those founding fathers did get things right The courage they

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  • Seven Pet Safety Tips for Fourth of July

    Seven Pet Safety Tips for Fourth of July0

    With crowds of unfamiliar people and loud, scary noises, the Fourth of July can make even the most laid-back, four-legged family members apprehensive and unpredictable. “Research shows that more pets are lost on the Fourth of July than any other day of the year and animal shelters are most crowded after the holiday, filled with

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  • Alize Johnson Unable to Appear July 60

    Due to a conflict with the start of the NBA Summer League, Alize Johnson will be unable to appear in-person at his bobblehead giveaway scheduled for July 6. In a statement, the Crosscutters said, “We are sorry to announce that Alize will be unable to appear due to a scheduling conflict. We realize that many

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  • Festive Facts for July 4th0

    Each year on July 4, Americans celebrate the birth of their nation and independence from Great Britain. This day marks the anniversary of the presentation and acceptance of the Declaration of Independence, signed 242 years ago on July 4, 1776. The Declaration of Independence began as a letter to Britain’s King George to explain why

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  • Ready – Set – Grill (Safely)0

    According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), July is the peak month for grilling fires, followed by June, May, and August.1 Annually, U.S. fire departments respond to an average of 10,200 home fires each year involving grills, hibachis, or barbeques. With the summer season fast approaching, Benjamin Kimble of SERVPRO® of Williamsport/Montoursville, a fire

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  • Andrea’s Country Home Cookin’ America

    Andrea’s Country Home Cookin’ America0

    America. One nation under GOD. Home of the free because of the brave. 4th of July is a great day for our country and I salute the people whose sacrifices have made it possible. I personally can’t thank you enough for your service. It is a privilege to live in the USA. If the flag

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  • Reflections On the Loss of A Beloved Wife Five Years Later0

    It does not seem like it, but it has been five years, July 5, 2014, since I lost my beloved wife Mary to leukemia. There is not a day that goes by that I do not think about her. Many times it seems like it has been a long five years, and other times it

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  • Safety First When Handling Fireworks0

    Days at the beach. Family trips to the ice cream parlor. Vacations. These are just a few of the things that evoke the spirit of summer, a time of year when school is out and everyone seems to exhale a little and enjoy the warm weather. Awe-inspiring fireworks displays also come to mind when imagining

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  • Elliot the Warrior

    Elliot the Warrior0

    On August 17, 2015, Elliot Storms, a student at Central Elementary in South Williamsport, was diagnosed with Wilm’s Disease, a rare form of cancer that affects the kidneys of young children. For the past four years, Elliot and his family battled courageously against the disease. On June 20th, Elliot’s battle ended when Jesus took him

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  • Independence Day Activities are Plentiful Throughout the Area

    Independence Day Activities are Plentiful Throughout the Area0

    This year Americans will be celebrating the 243rd anniversary of their independence from Great Britain and locally you can expect the usual array of celebrations as well, highlighted by the 24th Annual “Set the Night To Music” celebration in downtown Williamsport. In addition to the large fireworks display, there will be various food and craft vendors on

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  • Socialism is a Declaration of War Against the United States of America1

    For all you far-to-the-left, beyond-liberal socialites, I’m even going to provide you a disclaimer with this week’s column, please do not read beyond this point. The information is impossible for you to understand, let alone accept, and your head might explode. For you far-to-the-left, mainstream-media makers and reporters of what is supposed to be the

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