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  • County Hall Corner: The Coroner’s Conundrum0

    As noted in last week’s article, the issue of a permanent location for the Lycoming County Coroner’s office is one of the hottest hot potatoes that the county commissioners have faced in some time. The incredible irony is that all three of the commissioners are completely on board with securing a center for the coroners’

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  • Veterans Day Events0

    Members of the Lycoming County Veterans Memorial Park Commission and Volunteer Veterans will be at the Veterans Memorial Park on Veterans Day from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. They will be available to answer questions and provide information about the various projects completed at the park and future project in the works. They will also

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  • Take the Stress Out of Introducing Solid Foods to Baby: Six pediatrician-recommended tips

    Take the Stress Out of Introducing Solid Foods to Baby: Six pediatrician-recommended tips0

    Watching your baby learn and grow can provide some of the most rewarding moments in life, full of emotions from parents and babies alike. Some milestones are more stressful or frustrating than others and, during these moments of newness, seeking guidance from health care professionals can go a long way. As the 2020-2025 Dietary Guidelines

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  • Capsule Wardrobe Challenge0

    With all the hubbub of the upcoming holiday season, you may be looking to simplify other aspects of life and reduce the number of decisions you have to make in a day. Editing your closet down to a capsule wardrobe for the season is one way to minimize daily choices and clears up some space

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  • Tricks to Trim Your Utility Bill

    Tricks to Trim Your Utility Bill0

    A rapid rise in the cost of living will undoubtedly prove to be one of the major stories of 2022. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, energy prices rose by 41.6 percent in the 12-month period that ended in June 2022, marking the highest 12-month increase since April 1980. The significant spike in

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  • Community Arts Center announces their 2022-23 Educational Series0

    9 area school districts are part of the Educational Series Coalition providing thousands of students the opportunity to experience live professional performances. The Community Arts Center has announced several performances fortheir 2022-23 Educational Series. This series is an ongoing coalition with 9 area school districts; East Lycoming School District, Jersey Shore Area School District, Loyalsock

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  • Easy Ways to Cut Grocery Costs

    Easy Ways to Cut Grocery Costs0

    Consumers might not think it, but eggs are an expensive commodity. As of August 2022, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported the average price of a dozen Grade A, large eggs was $3.12. Eggs are just one example of foods that have become significantly more costly over the last year or more. Flour, butter/margarine

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  • Thanksgiving Menu and Table Ideas

    Thanksgiving Menu and Table Ideas0

    SIXTEEN days until Thanksgiving Day! It’s getting down there! Time to continue our countdown this week with some menu ideas, thankful talk around the table, how to continue to prepare for the upcoming weeks, and some decorating tips. Most of you probably don’t know that I love to decorate. I love decorating for each holiday

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  • Healthy Winter Habits: Maintain your health through the colder months

    Healthy Winter Habits: Maintain your health through the colder months0

    Another cough and cold season calls for healthy preparation, and while there may not be a foolproof plan for escaping pesky germs, taking preventive steps and practicing self-care can help protect your health. You can catch a cold or flu any time of the year, but they seem more common during the cooler months. “As

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  • The Bookworm Sez: “Peg and Rose Solve a Murder” by Laurien Berenson

    The Bookworm Sez: “Peg and Rose Solve a Murder” by Laurien Berenson0

    It’s your deal. Cards cut, they’re in your hand, and now you dole them out. Thirteen cards each, one at a time around the table, let the game begin. Do you bid, or pass and hope that your partner has a good hand? As in the new mystery, “Peg and Rose Solve a Murder” by

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  • UPMC Physician: Health in Hunting0

    Hunting is a physical activity that should not be taken lightly. You may find yourself hopping over boulders, walking on damp, moss-covered logs and maneuvering other treacherous terrain while hauling extra gear. Often, you’re dealing with less-than-ideal weather conditions in an isolated setting. It’s important to be focused and physically prepared while out in the

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  • Hudock Capital to Host Special Veterans’ Tribute Featuring The Repasz Band Brass Ensemble0

    Hudock Capital Group, LLC will host a special Veterans’ tribute event on Thursday, November 10, 2022, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm, at the Community Theatre League, 100 W. Third Street, Williamsport. The event, which is free and open to the public, will feature a performance and presentation by the Repasz Band Brass Ensemble. The Repasz

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  • Some Regulations Made More Simple

    Some Regulations Made More Simple0

    It’s not unusual to have someone tell me that reading through the Game Commissions regulation handbook can sometimes be very challenging, especially if it’s someone new to the business of hunting and trapping. There’s a lot to digest with figuring out starting and quitting times, what can be hunted and when, boundary differences, exceptions for

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  • Destiny’s Darlings?0

    It’s not an original thought; in fact, the term has been referenced many times previously. Included in its usage was a 1954 book authored by Martin Ralbovsky about the Schenectady, New York Little League World Champions; a 1960 New York Times article about the Pittsburgh Pirates World Series victory over the Yankees; and Brent Musburger’s

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  • The Roving Sportsman… A Sincere Thank You to All Veterans0

    Over the years, veterans have returned home from the trenches in Europe, from the jungles of Southeast Asia, and from the desolate countryside of the Middle East. But not all made it home. For decades, members of the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, and Coast Guard have served our nation willingly and with great pride.

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  • A Renovation Update0

    The articles on sports get some high fives. But these freelance short stories get the most praise. I am totally serious. Our renovation is a popular topic. I am working on another pilot. Several weeks back, I mentioned that my father and I were building an addition. I am doing my best to chronicle the

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  • How to Show Your Support for Veterans

    How to Show Your Support for Veterans0

    Supporting veterans is a worthy endeavor at any time of year, though such efforts tend to be more prominent in November. Veterans Day is celebrated annually on November 11 in honor of the millions of individuals across the United States who are military veterans. The day coincides with holidays such as Armistice Day and Remembrance

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  • Gazette and Bulletin: November 10, 1938 – Mayor in Proclamation Urges Moment of Silence in City at 11:00 a.m. Friday0

    “To the Citizens of Williamsport “Twenty years ago on November 11, 1918, the loud mouthed guns grew still on the foreign battlefield, armies and armaments ceased their work of slaughter, the war to end war had drawn to a close, and it was the hope of mankind that thenceforth the sword would never again rule

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  • The Roles of the Various Branches of the U.S. military

    The Roles of the Various Branches of the U.S. military0

    Each November, people across the United States and its territories honor the brave men and women who serve and have served in the various branches of the country’s military. Veterans Day is observed annually every November 11 and honors the service of all U.S. military veterans. The day should not be confused with Memorial Day,

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  • I’m Still Not Biden Any of It0

    As we approach what I believe is the most important midterm election in American history, I want to first give you a prediction if things don’t go the way of the Democratic Party and the current presidential administration. There was a time not that long ago that Democratic leader Chuck Schumer investigated the use of

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