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South Williamsport, PA
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  • The Roving Sportsman… Springtime Foraging0

    Ramps: My introduction to these tasty and edible wild plants happened many years ago when I was invited to join a group of “Old Timers” at a nearby hunting camp for their annual spring outing. I felt quite honored since I was in my 30s while the group was well into their 70s and 80s!

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  • St. John’s School of the Arts: To Celebrate its 25th Anniversary – With Special Event Saturday, May 7th0

    In the fall of 1996, an idea to generate interest in the arts in our area was born out of an outreach program at the St. John’s-Newberry United Methodist Church. This idea to have students of all ages become versed in an arts area of their choice, while at the same time seeking to provide

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  • Close Encounters of the Smelly Kind0

    Every time we drive down the road somewhere, we see them dead critters, including rabbits, squirrels, opossums, raccoons, groundhogs, skunks, and deer. I’m not sure which one of those critters leads in the numbers game, but skunks certainly hold their own when it comes to getting in the way of a moving vehicle. Whacking one

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  • Don’t Miss These Prom-Themed Movies0

    Prom marks one of the final markers between the carefree days of teendom and young adulthood. The often anticipated night of revelry is spoken about with reverence, with many teens considering prom a make-or-break moment in their young lives. Is it any wonder that such a rite of passage among teenagers has become such popular

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  • A Simple, Savory Meal to Show Mom Your Appreciation

    A Simple, Savory Meal to Show Mom Your Appreciation0

    Whether you’re celebrating a special day or simply looking for an excuse to show her the love she deserves, giving mom the gift of time to explore her hobbies and interests is a treasure she’ll surely appreciate. Providing her with those extra moments can be as easy as creating a meal that gives her back

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  • My Guards are Outstanding

    My Guards are Outstanding0

    The St John Neumann Golden Knights had an amazing year on the hardwood. My phone continues to ring, and we are still trending. Everywhere we go. Someone will always extend a hand and want to talk basketball — even a month after the season. It is beautiful. Last week, Senator Gene Yaw stopped by to

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  • Best ideas for Tech Gifts this Mother’s Day

    Best ideas for Tech Gifts this Mother’s Day0

    Find it challenging to come up with new ideas for Mother’s Day? Show your mom how much you love and appreciate her with gifts she’ll really use – such as home technology that makes life easier. Help Mom keep her phone supercharged and clean Americans spend more than a third of their waking hours on

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  • May is on its Way0

    Whether or not you agree with all the aspects of global change, you have to admit the unpredictability of our weather has been extreme. The storms, wind, and isolation of weather patterns seem to be more severe and hard-hitting. The one thing that seems to stand out to me is drastic temperature changes, and there

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  • Prom Night Prep Tips0

    Prom is right around the corner, and we all know that prom night planning reaches a fever pitch a few weeks before the big event. A significant amount of time and money are involved in making prom a night to remember. While teens may be focused on fashion and fun, parents may be wondering what

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  • Lycoming County United Way Celebrates Its 100th Anniversary0

    The Community Chest, the Red Feather Campaign, the Lycoming United Fund, and finally, the Lycoming County United Way — this organization that has been serving the local community faithfully for years, recently celebrated its 100th anniversary. “It all began in 1922 with what was known as the Board of Trade, now the Williamsport/Lycoming Chamber of

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  • Here’s Looking at You “Casablanca” On Your 80th Anniversary

    Here’s Looking at You “Casablanca” On Your 80th Anniversary0

    The year was 1942; Franklin Roosevelt was president, and the average salary was $1,880 (a year). America consisted of 48 states, and one of the most iconic films of all time was released. “Casablanca,” starring Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman and produced by Warner Brothers, is consistently ranked near the top or at the very top

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  • Fish on Top0

    With the early start this year, trout season is well underway, but with the erratic weather conditions we have seen the past few weeks getting on the water may have been a bit of a challenge. Rain, snow, high, murky water, and strong winds have all added up to some difficult fishing conditions. Of course,

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  • Pickleball action at Short Park0

    Across West Fourth Street, just a long foul ball away from the Original Little League field sits the once-controversial site of former Williamsport Mayor Gabe Campana’s 2014 Memorial Park Pickleball Court installation. Somewhat unpopular at the time, that action could be credited as the forerunner of what has become one of the fastest-growing sports in

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  • Cutters Seeking Anthem Performers0

    Online application available at crosscutters.com The Williamsport Crosscutters are now accepting applications for National Anthem performers for the upcoming 2022 season. All individuals and groups who are interested in being considered are asked to fill out the short application available at crosscutters.com. Applicants are also required to provide a link or file of them performing

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  • My Bearded Friends0

    This week’s write-up has very little to do with sports. I only wanted to give my boys a quick shout. My full-time gig is with Susquehanna Marble and Granite. Yes. There is never a dull moment. My fellow work chums say that I am a liability. Rocks are heavy. I am not the strongest guy,

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  • This Week’s LION: Foster Parents Kyle and Kayla Nielsen

    This Week’s LION: Foster Parents Kyle and Kayla Nielsen0

    The financial toll that our society must pick up due to children that suffer from neglect, abuse, or abandonment from their parents is staggering. Out of the $100 million budget for Lycoming County government operations, $10 million of that goes toward Children and Youth Services. As staggering as that sum is, another need is even

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  • EQT Partners With WASD Education Foundation to Celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week0

    EQT is partnering with the Williamsport Area School District Education Foundation (WASDEF) in a week-long effort to pay tribute to district teachers and raise funds to support classroom innovation during Teacher Appreciation Week from May 2-6. Teacher Appreciation Week is celebrated across the nation every year during the first week of May to honor teachers

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  • Let Go Winter, Just Let Go0

    Winter just doesn’t want to let go. I can’t believe we woke up to a couple of inches in the middle of April. The morning of the snow, my dad brought our Harley up out of his nice toasty basement for riding season. That’s where we all keep our summer toys around here over the

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  • County Hall Corner: A Capital Candidate0

    One of the more unique aspects of this upcoming election is the number of individuals running for everything from state governor to local offices with no government experience. It is true that there was always the first person that the surgeon cut open or the first airplane that a pilot landed on the ground. Still,

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  • Weightlifting Tips for Beginners0

    Strength training is a vital component of an effective exercise regimen. Guidelines from the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion recommend adults include moderate- to high-intensity strength training activities in their workout regimens at least twice per week. Individuals with little weightlifting experience may not recognize the value of strength training, which is often

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