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  • Malacusky Joins the Record Books as 1,000-Point Scorer for the Sullivan County Griffins

    Malacusky Joins the Record Books as 1,000-Point Scorer for the Sullivan County Griffins1

    As Sullivan County’s MyKenzie Malacusky pulled up during the closing seconds of the third quarter most in attendance knew the shot could be history for the program. Malacusky controlled the pass from her teammate, zoned in on the hoop, and let a shot fly as the clock fell under ten seconds. The ball left no

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  • Fishing electronics0

    It’s obvious that technology has had an enormous impact on how we function these days and the same holds true in the world of fishing; more specifically I’m referring to the use of sonar and how it applies to the fishermen. When I started fishing in my high-school years, sonar was something that had military

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  • Interesting to Amazing Why??0

    My topic for the week is postponed because, again, in the news last week a person in NYC whom on the outside was “loved by all of her patients and coworkers” and “a true friend who always extended her kindness to those around her“ ended her life. She left a list of things in life

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Near Disaster!!!0

    Clayton Rue, a sporting clays instructor from Alaska, recently related having witnessed a catastrophic failure of a shotgun. The failure occurred when a 20-gauge shell was inadvertently dropped into a 12-gauge shotgun, then a 12-gauge shell was loaded on top of it! When this occurs, the 20-gauge shell hangs up down in the barrel- allowing

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  • A Last Salute To Lycoming County’s “Mr. Flag”: Tony DiSalvo0

    Lycoming County lost a giant in the realm of patriotism and Boy Scouting in the death last week of Tony DiSalvo, who would have turned 90 in April, more importantly it lost a good man, period. Perhaps no one in this county has been more zealous and diligent in promoting patriotism and love for his

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  • The Bookworm Sez: “Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother’s Will to Survive” by Stephanie Land

    The Bookworm Sez: “Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother’s Will to Survive” by Stephanie Land0

    That thing? You’re ready to let it go. It sparks joy, but not enough. Or it doesn’t, and you’re not sure why you didn’t donate it before. Indeed, boxes of things are ready for giveaway and you’re looking at sparkling-clean digs. Did you do it yourself or, as in the new memoir, “Maid” by Stephanie

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  • Dollars & Sense0

    Like many of you, I gathered with a bevy of friends to watch the Super Bowl which has been a tradition of ours for many years. Yep, lots of food, friendship, and conversation; all wrapped around the final football game of the year. The NFL likes to bill it as the greatest sporting event of

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  • Introducing My Young Friend Mikey.

    Introducing My Young Friend Mikey.0

    I was working at White Deer Golf Course in the spring of 2013, and a local youngster wanted to know if we were hiring. We told him no at first, but then this kid kept on calling. He literally dialed us every day for the next three weeks until we finally caved. Our relationship started

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  • Mike Is Who He Is – All the Way to Cooperstown1

    Tip of my Loyalsock Lancer cap to cross-creek rival Mike Mussina. His election into the Baseball Hall of Fame is a celebration of a good man doing great things the right way, and being rewarded with baseball immortality. Mike’s priorities have always been in the right order, although sometimes, big city people and sportswriters didn’t

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  • Valentine’s Dinner Prep0

    I was going to wait until next week to talk about Valentine’s Day, but I figured I would start this week so that you don’t have an excuse to wait until the last minute to plan something special for that someone special. With Valentine’s falling on a Thursday this year, restaurants are bound to be

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  • Montoursville to Cooperstown0

    Mike Mussina, congratulations! Certainly over the course of the past two weeks, since the January 22 announcement of his selection into the Baseball Hall of Fame, accolades have been pouring his way from well-wishers all across the baseball landscape. The media, both national and local, have been providing the statistical accomplishments which somehow will be

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  • Mike Mussina’s Overlooked Distinguished Collegiate Baseball Career0

    Mike Mussina’s Hall of Fame Major League baseball career is rightly being celebrated and noted by avid observers of the game. However, one important aspect of his distinguished baseball journey is being mostly overlooked, and that is his collegiate baseball feats with the Stanford Cardinal baseball team from 1987 to 1990. He excelled there in

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  • Moose Tracks0

    Props to Mike Mussina on being selected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame. What an incredible achievement for the Montoursville native. Moose is heading to Cooperstown as one of the all time greats. This is off the charts sports fans. It’s a beautiful thing. Mike spent 18 solid seasons in the BIGS. The former

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  • Gazette and Bulletin: February 5, 1946 – Explanation of Ambulance System Given0

    Manpower shortages in the municipal fire department and of coordination to affect a 24-hour a day ambulance service for local residents were cited as factors for insufficient aid in getting fire and accident victims to the Williamsport Hospital immediately after a disaster, it was stated here yesterday. The statement was made by Phillip Shay, director of

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  • A Trophy Year

    A Trophy Year0

    What a year it was for our 11th Annual Webb Weekly – Uncle Ron’s Monster Buck Contest. If you remember, we renamed the contest in honor of my Uncle Ron Maietta who left us this past year for the big hunting ground in the sky, and Ron Mingle’s family who are fighting the same battle

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  • Ruffed Grouse Society CEO to Speak at Williamsport Sportsmen’s Banquet

    Ruffed Grouse Society CEO to Speak at Williamsport Sportsmen’s Banquet0

    The Susquehanna River Valley Chapter of the Ruffed Grouse Society will hold its third annual Conservation & Sportsmen’s Banquet Saturday, Feb. 9, at the Genetti Hotel, 200 W. 4th St., Williamsport. The featured speaker for the evening will be Ruffed Grouse Society President & CEO, Dr. Benjamin C. Jones. He will discuss some of the

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  • Hurry Up and Wait0

    • Arts
    • February 6, 2019

    My youngest kids are high school seniors, which, by extension, means that my husband and I have been tasked with the thankless job of hauling them hither and yon over the past two years so that they might ultimately find a college campus that “speaks to them.” Needless to say, we’ve spent countless hours on

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  • Strengthening Families Program 10-14 Helps Protect Children And Increase Parenting Skills0

    Parents and families today face an increasing and more complex variety of problems and meeting these challenges can be quite daunting. There is a program that can help meet these challenges that is called “Strengthening Families Program 10-14.” SFP is a parent, youth, and family skills-building curriculum designed to: * Strengthen parenting skills * Build

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  • Interesting to Amazing What did you say?0

    I must preface this by saying I am far from perfect, and no better than anyone else. But, try as I might, I’ve “blown my stack” at times when I get overly frustrated with something. For many years now, I afterward apologize. What I want to address is the constant decline of what’s spoken in

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Hunters Are Not Poachers0

    On May 30, 2014, Satao, one of the world’s largest African elephants was killed by a poisoned arrow shot by a poacher. Satao was known as a tusker because his tusks, which weighed over 100 pounds, were so long that they almost touched the ground. Today, the killing of elephants, our largest land animal, continues

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