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South Williamsport, PA
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  • Tips to Improve Memory

    Tips to Improve Memory0

    Forgetfulness can affect anyone. For example, few, if any, adults can say they have not experienced moments when they could not find their keys. And once the keys are found, people move on without giving much thought to why they did not immediately remember where they left their keys. Isolated incidents where people cannot recall

  • Brett’s Benefit Fundraiser To Be Held June 3 At Valley Inn0

    On March 10, 2018 Brett George was in a tragic car accident that claimed his life on his way to work on Route 15. Brett was a United States Army Veteran. According to his friends and family, Brett was a wonderful son, father, fiancé (Nicole Counts) and friend. Family and friends are arranging a benefit

  • Kinnaman, King Dig Deep: Give Lewisburg Clean Sweep of District 4 Tennis Tournaments

    Kinnaman, King Dig Deep: Give Lewisburg Clean Sweep of District 4 Tennis Tournaments0

    As Peter Kinnaman prepared for the District 4 Tennis Doubles Championships he received a text from an old friend giving him some quick advice. The text told Kinnaman to stay aggressive and charge the net throughout the final match of the tournament. Kinnaman, with his partner Drew King, charged the net, stayed aggressive, and gave

  • 29th Annual Billtown Blues Festival0

    Billtown Blues Association, BBA, organizers for the 29th Annual Billtown Blues Festival have set Sunday, June 10th as the day to celebrate this iconic art form, the blues. The lineup is secured for music to begin at noon and will continue until 11 p.m. at the Lycoming County Fairgrounds in Hughesville. Entrance gates will open

  • This Week’s LION: Angelique Labadie-Cihanowyz: A Vision Builder

    This Week’s LION: Angelique Labadie-Cihanowyz: A Vision Builder2

    Try this experiment with your friends. Name a company or product and ask your friend to say the first thing that comes to their mind about that name. Companies spend billions of dollars in advertising to get you thinking of one particular word or simple phrase; Coca-Cola (delicious), McDonald’s (I’m lovin’ it), Subway (Eat fresh),

  • Five Outfits for the Bride0

    Wedding season has kicked off with a royal bang! You may have heard about that little ceremony across the pond. For most brides, the dress you’ll wear as you walk down the aisle has been decided months out from your big day, but don’t forget the events surrounding your journey to ‘I do.’ Engagement party,

  • All the World’s a Stage0

    I have next to no talent when it comes to public speaking — or public anything, for that matter. Even group texts stress me out to a degree. It’s just not in my DNA — dealing with a live audience, large or small. I much prefer to express myself by sitting at my laptop and

  • Uptown Music Collective Presents the 10th Annual Blues-a-Thon

    Uptown Music Collective Presents the 10th Annual Blues-a-Thon0

    Events that combine fundraising, educational activities, exciting musical performances, staying up all night, and the opportunity to meet, play music with, and learn from an internationally known musician don’t come along very often. Unless you are a student or a friend of the Uptown Music Collective, then they happen at least once a year at

  • Spoons – More “Heavy Metal”0

    With fishing season now pretty much in full swing, I’ve been trying to look at various lures and some different approaches to successful fishing outings. This past week, we analyzed the attributes of the various metal spinners available to fishermen, but in this week’s piece, I want to take a closer look at spoons. To

  • Playoff Predicament0

    If we are to believe the old adage ‘April showers bring May flowers’, please make sure you do not ask any local high school athletic director what May showers may bring. The deluge of participation Mother Nature brought to our little neck of the woods this past month certainly left those in charge of scheduling

  • From Depression Glass to Waterford Crystal0

    My first trip to the Corning, NY glass plant was a well-planned one; my parents drove us there, but instead of stopping at a restaurant for lunch, my mother packed a picnic basket full of sandwiches and condiments. Father stopped at a well-trimmed grove along the way to upstate New York, which had a single

  • Five Fun Ways to Get Fit0

    Exercise benefits both the mind and body. Study after study indicates how physical activity can reduce the propensity for illness, boost mood, lower stress levels, and much more. Still, certain people find it difficult to muster the motivation to get up and move. In 2013, researchers at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention analyzed

  • The Roving Sportsman… They’re So Cute!

    The Roving Sportsman… They’re So Cute!0

    Well, it’s that time of year when we need a gentle reminder. And the reminder is that Mother Nature has things well in hand and doesn’t need interference by well-intended humans. I refer to the fact that in the next several weeks young of all kinds will come into this world — from baby birds

  • Picnic Season

    Picnic Season0

    As of this writing, I am preparing for the Memorial Day weekend, and all I can say is, holy stuff to do Batman! We have a lot going on this weekend and I need to bring something to eat to a couple of them. So while by the time you read this, Memorial Day will

  • Summer Time Goings On…

    Summer Time Goings On…0

    Rain, rain, go away! I think we’re all tired of the liquid sunshine. Hopefully, we will have a beautiful Memorial Day weekend to kick off the summer. One thing’s for sure; the lawn mowers will be working overtime. Please take the time on Memorial Day to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice in the

  • Memorial Day0

    Memorial Day is often considered the unofficial kick off to summer. But please remember the true purpose of this holiday weekend. Memorial Day is meant to honor those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the defense of our Country. Three years after the Civil War ended, on May 5, 1868, the head of an


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