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South Williamsport, PA
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  • Glow in the Dark Pickleball Tournament to Benefit Vhito DeCapria

    Glow in the Dark Pickleball Tournament to Benefit Vhito DeCapria0

    A Glow in the Dark Pickleball Tournament will be held at the Williamsport Branch YMCA on Sunday, January 22 starting at 5:00 p.m. This event will be a fundraiser for Vhito DeCapria, a brave eleven-year-old boy from Jersey Shore who has been battling cancer since he was three years old. After beating life threating cancer

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  • Benoit’s Back: The Knives Out Sequel, “Glass Onion”0

    “It’s a dangerous thing to mistake speaking without thought for speaking the truth.” That line from “Glass Onion” is so apt and memorable that it alone makes the film worthwhile. But the “Knives Out” sequel has a lot more going for it than just good dialog. Indeed, this new film offers everything needed to satisfy

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Apple Trees – A Valuable Asset0

    When it comes to enhancing our hunting opportunities, taking time to improve the habitat where we hunt is one of the greatest time and money investments we can make. These days when most folks are being pulled in multiple directions by work and family commitments, and when dollars are sometimes in shorter supply, it is

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  • Sweet Girl

    Sweet Girl0

    Our sweet little girl Kenzy turns nine on January 11th. It’s so hard to believe. It feels like just yesterday, she was born. They told me she was going to be a big baby. Our son Ty was 8 pounds, 10 ounces and a chunker! At nine months with him, I felt amazing. I was

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  • Bait Versus Artificials

    Bait Versus Artificials0

    When I wrote the article that appeared in last week’s column, I was just about to head out for my first ice fishing outing of the new season. It was, in fact, the first time in some years that we were able to get safely on the ice before the new year. As you can

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  • The KING.

    The KING.0

    I headed to South Williamsport for a league game. Jensen had a late practice, and I don’t have many friends. So, I sat in the front row. I didn’t really say much as I was trying to be incognito. I saw an old chum, and we talked about bugs for the entire JV game. It

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  • The Tradition Behind Bridal Veils

    The Tradition Behind Bridal Veils0

    Though couples can plan wedding ceremonies and receptions how they see fit, many weddings are steeped in tradition, some of which may be more subtle than others. One longstanding wedding tradition revolves around a bride’s attire. Historians differ regarding the origins of the bridal veil, but some trace this tradition all the way back to

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  • Totally Scary0

    Those who serve as scholastic athletic coaches are familiar with the drill. Before each season, they are required by the PIAA to take and pass standardized online courses aimed at providing awareness and knowledge pertaining to concussions and sudden cardiac arrest. The material is provided via instructional videos, followed by a ten-question quiz which must

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  • How to Build a Wedding Budget Without Breaking the Bank

    How to Build a Wedding Budget Without Breaking the Bank0

    Wedding planning is a unique experience unlike any endeavor most couples will ever encounter. Much effort goes into planning a wedding, and that includes building a budget that ensures the big day will be fun without breaking the bank. Most couples planning a wedding have never tied the knot before, so it can be difficult

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  • Overcoming Public Speaking Anxieties0

    Public speaking. Just the mention of those two words sends shreds of fear racing thru most folks. Comedian Jerry Seinfeld once addressed the subject this way: “According to most studies, people’s number one fear is public speaking. Number two is death. Death is number two, does that sound right? This means to the average person,

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  • How to Take the Hectic Out of Your Wedding Day0

    Weddings are among the most complex events many people will ever plan. Couples often try to go the extra mile in an effort to make the day memorable for themselves and their guests. That pressure can make a wedding day feel a little frenzied. Thankfully, there are various ways to ensure the vibe of the

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  • UPMC Therapist: Aquatic Therapy Great Option for Low-Impact Recovery0

    Simply put, aquatic physical therapy is the practice of physical therapy in the water. Also known as hydrotherapy, it’s often an effective, evidence-based option to consider as an alternative for people who have trouble exercising due to pain, weakness, and weight-bearing and mobility limitations. The pools used are designed specifically for physical therapy and are

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  • Williamsport Sun: January 10, 1945 – Lycoming Labor Council Urges No-Strike Vote0

    A resolution calling upon the local units of the United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implements Workers, C.I.O. to vote affirmatively in a referendum on their union’s “no-strike” pledge, was passed by unanimous vote at a meeting of the Lycoming County Industrial Union Council last evening. Ned Kocher, president of the council in a further effort

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  • Fasting for Metabolic Health0

    Fasting has been used throughout history as a means of purifying the body physically and spiritually. While there is some debate concerning the effectiveness of fasting over other methods for reducing body weight, there is an abundance of evidence supporting the benefits of fasting beyond just weight loss. Fasting is typically defined as the abstinence

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  • The Link Between Dirty Contact Lenses and Infection0

    Contact lenses are a solution for people with impaired vision who don’t like the look or feel of eyeglasses. But unlike eyeglasses, contact lenses require daily maintenance. Without such TLC, contact lenses can become dirty, which can lead to serious infection. Physicians typically emphasize the importance of proper contact lens care upon prescribing lenses. That’s

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  • Winter Haircuts0

    With the new year, you may be in the market for a new you or at least a new hairstyle. The dead of winter may not seem like the best time to try a new haircut, but this season’s hair trends seem to be tailor-made for chilly temperatures and cozy nights at home. If you’re

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  • Facing 2023 Together0

    Happy New Year to everyone! Before I get to my thoughts for this week, a heartfelt thank you to everyone that helped in filling the Red Kettle in the front of the office and carried on the work of Dave Sechler. Together we raised $12,570 for The Salvation Army Williamsport and their great efforts locally.

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  • Happy New Year!0

    Yesterday, everybody smoked his last cigar, took his last drink and swore his last oath. Today, we are a pious and exemplary community. Thirty days from now, we shall have cast our reformation to the winds and gone to cutting our ancient shortcomings considerably shorter than ever. ~ Mark Twain I mentioned last week that

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  • The Community Theater League Entertainment for All Ages0

    The Community Theatre League (CTL) was founded in 1976. They had a vision of, “creating a true community-driven organization focused on making, promoting, and supporting the performing arts.” They hoped to encourage local participation, so it was decided that there would be no membership dues or annual meetings and that auditions would be open to

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  • UPMC Physician: Make New Year’s Resolutions a Family Affair0

    New Year’s resolutions can be helpful for developing healthy habits, and habits are easier to stick to if you’re not in it alone. Why not try resolutions the whole family can be involved with? They can be excellent motivators for parents trying to start their kids on some healthier habits and are a great opportunity

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