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  • Grit: November 10, 1918 – Get Ready for Parade If Armistice is Signed Today Whistle Will Blow0

    If the armistice is signed today, the big parade in celebration of the fact will take place strictly according to the program outlined in the general order issued by Marshal H.L. Laird and Chief of Staff Emerson Collins, printed below. Events have been moving quickly and turbulently and Germany has their own guess about whether

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  • True Grit!

    True Grit!0

    Congratulations go out to Kennedy Marsh who is the District IV A Cross-Country Champion from Montgomery High School. What a story this is. This is the first season Kennedy has completed. She suffered serious injuries the past two years that put her out of competition. Through much work with Coach Marilouise Mazzante, she transformed her

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  • UPMC Physical Therapist: Keep Your Bones Fit0

    By Shari Berthold, DPT Physical Therapy, UPMC Osteoporosis is a bone disease that occurs when the body loses too much bone, makes too little bone, or both. As a result, bones become weak and may break from a fall or, in serious cases, from sneezing or minor bumps. Osteoporosis is very common, affecting one out

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  • County Hall Corner: State Award to JPO Chief Ed Robbins

    County Hall Corner: State Award to JPO Chief Ed Robbins0

    For almost 70 years, the Juvenile Court Judges’ Commission of Pennsylvania has been responsible for establishing standards that are used in the juvenile court system in the Commonwealth. They have been a flagship to the rest of the nation in this area. Besides setting parameters for best practices, they also seek to highlight those who

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  • Local Strongman Takes Static Monsters PA0

    Local strongman, Adam Grimes, is at it again. On October 24th, Grimes competed at Static Monsters Pennsylvania Log Press and Deadlift Championships. This would be his first time competing in the Men’s Open division. The competition took place at VIP Training & Strength Sport in Newtown, PA. There was a total of three events- a

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  • Seldom Seen Night Hunters0

    From the title, you may think this is a story about one of your neighbor’s illegal night hunting activities; but no, this is actually a story about a bird that does most of its flying and hunting at night. We’re used to seeing all kinds of birds flitting or moving about throughout the day; songbirds

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  • A Veterans’ Breakfast, Monster Bucks and One Big Boy

    A Veterans’ Breakfast, Monster Bucks and One Big Boy0

    As I am penning my article the Friday before Election Tuesday, over 67 million registered voters have already cast their ballots. A record number of Americans will vote in this election; the final tally is expected to be north of 150 million. Our Nation is expected to see 65% of those registered, vote in this

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  • Mind Your Own Parenthood1

    I try really hard not to get triggered by keyboard warriors, and generally speaking, I think I do a reasonably good job. However, we all have our limits. And let me tell you, I reached mine on October 27. So, I’m going to repeat something I posted to social media that night in response to

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  • Local Woman and Horse Win 2020 Huntingdon PA Mustang TIP Challenge1

    Kimberly Frame, a mother of two children, has always had a deep love for horses ever since growing up on a small farm in the Linden area. She has taken this love of all things equine into adulthood and recently reached a higher level in this by having her horse, a mustang, and her win

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  • Lucas Goes Yard0

    It has been an interesting week on the local front. I seriously don’t know where to start. The County released their 2021 Budget on Monday. I wasn’t impressed. There were no major changes and a good bit is still missing. I won’t go into details as I am working on a future story. But I

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  • ABCs of Safe Sleep0

    October was Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) awareness month. More than 3500 infants die each year in the United States from sleep-related deaths. In Pennsylvania that means 80 babies die each year, that’s four kindergarten classes that will never be. These deaths include sudden unexpected infant death syndrome (SUIDS), sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), ill-defined deaths

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  • Gazette and Bulletin: November 7, 1951 – arman, Greevy Succeed Figures Long Familiar0

    Two familiar faces will soon be gone from City Hall and the Court House. Replacing them will be Clifford L. Harman and Charles F. Greevy, elected mayor and judge respectively, in yesterday’s voting. Children in junior high school can remember no Mayor of Williamsport except Leo C. Williamson. Recent college graduates are unable to recall

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  • The Art of Forest Bathing0

    I recently wrote an article on the benefits of immersing oneself in nature. Specifically, in an area with an expansive vista. Numerous studies show that spending time outside, away from civilization, can produce benefits, including a greater sense of well-being and improved life satisfaction. Time spent in nature has also been shown to improve overall

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  • Of Kings and Presidents0

    Due to the nature of writing for a weekly publication, I submit articles five days before they land on your doorstep. You’re reading this article after election day; I wrote it five days before. Regardless, I am fully confident in what I am about to write. Here are my predictions regarding what will happen on

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  • Hello November

    Hello November0

    Nov-em-what!? Where did November come from? Wasn’t it just August, and I was complaining about the heat? November, I love you, though. I love all the leaves on the ground, the bare trees, chimneys with smoke coming from homes, and the outside air feeling like winter is right around the corner. Sorry, I am one

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  • County Hall Corner: Budget News and Blues0

    Everyone who works with finances has to operate with a budget. Even in our personal finances, we know that we have to plan correctly to prevent “too much month at the end of the money.” This is true with government entities as well, as they have to plan a budget and show concretely where the

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  • The Bookworm Sez: “The Hunt for History” by Nathan Raab

    The Bookworm Sez: “The Hunt for History” by Nathan Raab0

    Burn. Toss. Recycle. Deal with later. It was easy to go through that box of papers you found because most of it went in the first three categories, junk, junk, trash, and lots of it. And then something caught your eye: a signature, a date, a real find or a good fake. The question is,

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  • United Way to Kick Off Homelessness Awareness Month in Socktober: New partnership with Curtin Intermediate School to help community0

    One of the biggest needs for homeless shelters and those serving the homeless are socks. Yes, socks. Since 2014, Anna Radspinner and the Curtin Intermediate School have held Socktober. Every student would bring in a pair or bundle of unused socks to give to organizations throughout the community. In the past, socks were provided to

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  • An Evening with George Winston

    An Evening with George Winston0

    Renowned musician, George Winston, will be in concert November 5th and 6th at the Chef’s Listening room at the Carriage House, operated by Chef Hosch and Ann Catering in Williamsport. Winston plans on bringing something special to Northcentral, PA, during these unique times. Known mainly as a pianist, Winston also plays guitar and harmonica and

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  • Bear Hunting in Pennsylvania0

    After last week’s story about Melinda LeBarron’s encounters with bears over the past couple of years, I suspect more people are more inclined to hunt them or, at the very least, be on the lookout for them. While I always get a bear tag, I have yet to take a bear in our state, but

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