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South Williamsport, PA
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  • A Day of Infamy for Eight Decades0

    There is nothing more important than remembering, understanding, and learning from the history of our great Nation. One of the most devastating and in the same breath, galvanizing, attacks against America took place on Sunday, December 7th, 1941. The Japanese sneak attack that pummeled United States forces stationed near Honolulu. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s address

  • Special Centerpieces for Holiday Celebrations0

    Few things bring family and friends together quite like the holidays, and serving up an elegant, seasonal meal centered around a mouthwatering main dish is a recipe for creating lasting memories with the ones you love. Forging a fabulous holiday experience for the special people in your life starts with choosing a flavorful, tender cut

  • An Interview With “Pearl Harbor Joe” Lockard0

    This year marks the 80th anniversary of the “Day of Infamy,” the Japanese sneak attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. One former Williamsporter, Joe Lockard is forever connected with the Pearl Harbor story. It might also be noted that two Lycoming County residents lost their lives in the Pearl Harbor attack—Paul Free and

  • Area Car Clubs Host Fall Shows in Muncy September, 18th0

    It’s fall in North Central PA, and that means car shows; specifically, three great car shows taking place in Muncy on September 18th! Whether you are into classic muscle cars, cool Corvettes, or iconic Ford Mustangs, there is something for everyone. Three separate car clubs will be hosting shows, including the North Central Mustang Club,

  • A Season Saved, An Autumn to Remember0

    We have so very much to be thankful for here in the West Branch Valley. We must not allow politics, differing views, and opinions to divide us. This goes double for any virus. I don’t understand today’s social media world when people who have a difference of opinion allow it to create the rage and

  • County Hall Corner: Neutered News0

    Back in the forgotten days of real journalism, a big story was described as a ‘front-page story,’ and its importance was shown by the headline’s font size. So, for many newspapers, when Pearl Harbor was attacked, or President Kennedy was assassinated, the headline filled half of the front page, known as ‘above the fold.’ Today,