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SAVE THE BEES
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Articles

  • The Roving Sportsman… Rainy Day Gobblers0

    If you are serious about your hunting and are really focused on putting your tag on a trophy buck, a respectable long-bearded turkey, or a Pennsylvania black bear, then rainy weather and blustery conditions should not hold you back. In fact, lousy weather conditions may actually up your odds of success. Whether the forecast is

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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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  • A Thank You to All and Let’s Play Ball0

    As I watched my nephew play baseball on a beautiful sun-drenched Spring Day that turned into an amazing evening, all seemed right in the world. There was a doubleheader of baseball with his game finishing under the lights. Kids were playing, practicing, and enjoying every kid’s activity possible as there was no school the next

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  • Invest in Our Planet This Earth Day0

    Friday is Earth Day and this year’s theme is, “Invest in Our Planet.” According to earthday.org, “This is the moment to change it all — the business climate, the political climate, and how we take action on climate. Now is the time for the unstoppable courage to preserve and protect our health, our families, our

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  • County Hall Corner: My Meeting with Klitschko0

    From the late 1990s to 2018, I was an international business consultant and leadership trainer in the Nordics, Eastern Europe, Ukraine, Russia, Israel, and India. My family and I lived in the Baltic republic of Latvia from 1991 to 2006, where I worked as a missionary helping to launch a theological seminary as well as

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  • Gazette and Bulletin: April 23, 1943 – Police Use Blood Test for Driver0

    First actual city police use of the blood test in connection with an alleged drunk driving case was reported today by Police Chief John G. Good. The test was used on Jacob M. Watts of 1149 Vine Avenue, who this morning entered a plea of guilty of drunken driving and was committed to the county

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  • The Future of Healthcare0

    The McKinsey Health Institute, the non-profit arm of McKinsey & Company global management consulting, recently published a report stating that the world is at a critical point in human history regarding healthcare. Their belief is that over the next ten years, humanity could add as much as 45 billion extra years of quality life. Yes,

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  • St. John Neumann Regional Academy’s Senior Project “Packages with a Purpose” Aids Cancer Patients0

    The concept of service and care for others is an integral part of the mission of St. John Neumann Regional Academy. In this spirit, the school’s senior project, “Packages with a Purpose,” is being carried out. The packages that are part of the project contain items for cancer patients at the Hillman Cancer Center at

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  • UPMC Physician: Allergies or Something More?0

    It’s been a few weeks since the official start of spring. You may have noticed warmer weather, sprouting plants, and an unfortunate side effect – dreaded allergy symptoms. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 60 million Americans suffer from seasonal allergies every year. Allergy symptoms are a reaction to foreign

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  • Spring 2022 Nail Colors0

    There’s nothing like a freshly painted manicure or pedicure to rejuvenate the season, your outfit, and your mood. Now, as you’re packing up your winter coats and boots, it is a good time to look into transitioning your nail color for spring! When considering warm-weather nail polish, bright shades like orange, red, and pink will

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Spring Gobbler Opening Day Tactics for 20220

    Sleep may become a bit restless as the one-day Youth Hunt for Spring Gobblers will occur this coming Saturday, April 23rd. With the regular statewide Spring Gobbler season opening up on the following Saturday, the 30th, there are a couple of steps to prepare for opening day. First, if you have not already done so,

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  • Moonrise and Sunset: A Tribute to Bruce Willis0

    Bruce Willis’ retirement last month concludes one of Hollywood’s most successful and beloved film careers. With over 100 titles grossing $5 billion, Willis’ filmography includes such hits as “Die Hard,” “Armageddon,” “The Sixth Sense,” “Red” and “Pulp Fiction” — not to mention Emmy-winning stints on TV’s “Moonlighting” and “Friends.” Given this popularity, Webb Weekly sidesteps

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  • Record Fish, Anybody?0

    I’d be the first to admit that when I go fishing, my intent is not to catch a record fish but rather to have fun doing something I really enjoy — fishing. That being said, it certainly is a nice surprise once in a while to catch a really nice fish, and the bigger ones,

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  • The Bookworm Sez0

    You’re a kid who likes to think big. If you build something, you want it bigger. You want the best collection of whatever it is you love, complete with all parts and pieces. And above all, what you have should be the best in the world, right? So why not read these books that are

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  • How Climate Change is Already Affecting Daily Life0

    Climate change poses a significant threat to future generations. Rising sea levels and food shortages are just two of the climate-related issues future generations may be forced to confront. But it’s not just tomorrow’s generations that will be forced to deal with the consequences of climate change. Climate change is often described and discussed in

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