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  • Muncy Area Girl Competed in International Equestrian Endurance Competition In the Netherlands0

    Sixteen-year-old Charlene “Charly” Dugan has loved and been involved with horses ever since she was a small child; she comes by her interest naturally since her parents own and operate J&S Farms, a horse farm in the Muncy area, as well as one in the Ocala, Florida area. Never in her wildest dreams could Charly

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  • Just Peachy

    Just Peachy0

    Fall is officially here, which is crazy. I feel like it was just June, and my kids were fresh out of school on summer break, and we went to pick strawberries and raspberries so I could stock our freezer back up on homemade jellies. Now, all I am waiting on are some apples for applesauce,

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  • County Hall Corner: County Government ABCs0

    County authorities, boards, committees, councils, and commissions are an established feature of municipal governments which offers citizens an extraordinary opportunity to participate in a county’s government affairs. Their activities have helped to shape or influence public policy in many areas. In Lycoming County there are seven authorities and seven boards which citizens can volunteer to

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  • Annual Hymn Sing0

    Mr. Jim Girven, Lutheran Authorized Lay Worship Leader, will be the officiant at the Annual Hymn Sing at Old Immanuel Lutheran Church, Lime Bluff Road, Muncy, on Sunday, October 3, 2021, at 2:30 p.m. Mr. Girven has chosen “Return to the Lord your God” as the theme for the service. Mr. Girven comes to Old

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  • Pennsylvania’s Archery Deer Season Awaits Pennsylvania Game Commission0

    If something can be routine and record-breaking at the same time, Pennsylvania’s archery deer season is it. It’s routine in its consistency. Pennsylvania held its first statewide archery season in 1951; this year’s hunt is the 71st in a row since. It stretches across seven weeks, includes a Sunday and gives hunters the chance to

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  • Shop Your Closet0

    I’m sure it’s no surprise to regular readers to learn that I have a lot of clothing. However, at the beginning of a new season, I always feel like I have nothing to wear, even with a closet full of clothes. Normally, when my wardrobe was feeling a bit stale, I’d go shopping, but with

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  • Hassenpfeffer for Rabbit Season

    Hassenpfeffer for Rabbit Season0

    Rabbit Season is just around the corner (Opening Oct. 2nd for Juniors/Oct. 16th for Adults). There is nothing quite like the sound of beagles barking on the scent of a rabbit. With it comes new opportunities to prepare and cook game in new ways. You may have heard the word Hassenpfeffer before while watching Yosemite

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  • MLB Draft League Re-visited0

    With the Major League Baseball regular season coming to a close this week, it afforded an opportunity to sit down with Gabe Sinicropi, the director of marketing & public relations for the Williamsport Crosscutters, to discuss his assessment of the team’s initial season in the MLB Draft League. WW: From your perspective, what is your

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  • Must-Have Hunting Gear0

    Hunting is popular throughout North America. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said that 40 percent of the population of the United States ages 16 and older participated in wildlife-related activities in 2016, the most recent year for data. Hunting also is popular in Canada, where it’s difficult to paint a picture of that popularity

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  • Rowing the Boat

    Rowing the Boat0

    We have several local products that are doing their thing. I have a great relationship with many of these athletes, but I simply wanted to show one some major love. Lycoming County produces some great footballers, and this kid was off the charts. He is now playing at a very high level, and I enjoy

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  • A Couple of Approaches to Fall Turkey Hunting0

    The fall turkey season isn’t far away, October 30 is opening day, and you can bet most serious turkey hunters have at the very least been keeping their eyes out for flocks of turkeys. When it comes to fall turkey hunting, there are a couple of approaches that hunters often take. One approach is to

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  • This Week’s LION: Recognizing Thirteen Fallen Heroes0

    The number of indignities in the fiasco of America’s departure from Afghanistan would fill volumes, but one that has got almost no media attention was the blocking of official recognition by Speaker Nancy Pelosi on the US House of Representatives floor for the recognition of the thirteen US military personnel who lost their lives just

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Steps to Ensure Crowd-Pleasing Venison0

    In just a few days, Saturday, October 2 to be exact, The Archery Antlered and Antlerless Deer Season open statewide. Bowhunters across the state will enter the Pennsylvania woods in search of a whitetail deer that will produce some very tasty meals for family and friends. From the time we head out for a day

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  • Spur On to Love0

    “Let us hold unswervingly to the hope we profess, for he who promised is faithful. And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds — and all the more as you see the day approaching.” Hebrews 10:23-25. Love Growing Cold The last of Jesus’ teaching is recorded in

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  • Simple Safety Protocols That can Protect Hunters0

    Hunting is big business in North America. In 2017, more than 15 million people hunted in the United States. The National Shooting Sports Foundation reports that sportsmen and women contribute nearly $9.4 million to the economy every day. Millions of hunters take to forests and fields every year. Seasoned hunters and novices alike can benefit

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  • The Evolution of Wellness

    The Evolution of Wellness0

    I have been asked recently what exactly the differences are between a health coach, a wellness coach, and a personal fitness trainer, so I thought I would take this opportunity to explain these terms and how they all relate to wellness. I think it is an interesting discussion as, with almost 30 years in this

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  • The Basics of Hunting Seasons0

    Hunting has been around a long time. According to Britannica, hunting as many know it today began in ancient Greece. Various game were hunted to provide food, fuel and materials to make clothing and blankets. In the Middle Ages, hunting was the privilege of nobility and linked to land ownership. Hunting is now strictly regulated

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  • Annual Frostbite Events Are Back in Person to Raise Funds for Lycoming County Special Olympics0

    Special Olympics needs your help now, more than ever. As you are aware, COVID-19 has caused havoc for all of us in 2020/2021. Because of its presence and in following requested CDC and Special Olympics guidelines, Lycoming County Special Olympics has had to cancel many of their scheduled fundraising events for 2020/2021. The monies raised

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  • New to Bowhunting?0

    Any new endeavor can sometimes be intimidating and always involves a learning curve of some sort, but in the case of taking up the sport of bowhunting, the rewards are endless and the process of becoming proficient can be a pleasant experience as well. Developing your ability to consistently place an arrow where you want

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  • Williamsport Sun: September 27, 1946 – Light Failure at Park Home Thursday Night Repeats 1865 Incident0

    History — after a period of 75 years — dramatically repeated itself Thursday night at the “open house” of the Park Home, formerly the Park Hotel. Several hundred visitors inspecting the beautifully remodeled and redecorated henceforth to be operated as a home for elderly men and women, the electric lighting failed–just as gas illumination failed

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