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  • A Tribute To Tommy1

    A couple of Friday nights ago, I thought I heard the faint tinkling of a bell. It turns out it was my dear and old friend, Tommy Portanova, receiving his wings, for he had suddenly and unexpectedly died earlier that night. Losing Tommy hit me hard. It was a sad, jarring and vivid reminder of

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  • How to Dress for Valentine’s Day0

    Whether you’re a die-hard romantic, or just planning a simple evening in with your honey, Valentine’s Day is a chance to bust out hearts, ruffles, reds, and pink. Of course, traditional V-Day apparel has two main challenges. First is finding a balance between romantic and functional, because it’s still winter and unfortunately cute, slinky, dresses

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  • The Roving Sportsman… The Next Step0

    Creating a management plan for your property is the first step in optimizing the habitat on your land. Having put down on paper a list of your property’s inventory, a list of the end goals for the work you will do and some of your ideas as to how you can accomplish your objectives, it

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  • The Voice and the View0

    As he took the podium to honor the members of the Lycoming College football team at their annual awards banquet, Mike Clark, Lycoming’s head football coach and athletic director, had reason to be proud. While the 2017 season was not favorable from a win/loss standpoint, the accomplishments of his players and the support of the

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  • New Love Center Provides Thousands of Meals For Jersey Shore Area And Eastern Clinton County0

    Food for low income and needy families is a very real social problem, and the New Love Center of Jersey Shore is in the forefront in the effort to deal with this problem. According to the Rev. Kerry Aucker, pastor of the St. John’s Lutheran Church at 229 South Broad Street, Jersey Shore, who helps

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  • Ross Bounced Back After Tough Situation to Lead Loyalsock to Victory0

    The beautiful thing about sports is that there always seems to a be a shot at redemption waiting for those athletes ready to make amends for past performances. It requires work, and a willingness to face the mistakes of the past, to overcome and excel through the new challenges ahead. Recently, Loyalsock’s Gerald Ross was

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  • An Incredible County Coroner0

    When Hamlet was musing, “to be or not to be,” he hesitated because death is the “undiscovered country”. Charles E. “Chuck” Kiessling Jr. is one who stands in the threshold of that mystery. As the Lycoming County Coroner, his duty is to determine the manner and cause of deaths that occur in his jurisdiction. But

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  • Gazette and Bulletin February 13, 1941: Thousands Pay Honor to Two Soldier Units0

    Gazette and Bulletin February 13, 1941 Thousands Pay Honor to Two Soldier Units Complied by Lou Hunsinger Jr. Williamsport staged a gala party for its two National Guard units, Company K and Battery D Wednesday evening at Elks’ Auditorium before 2,000 persons who converged in the auditorium after watching the guardsmen and numerous musical organizations

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  • What the Strangers Don’t Know Won’t Hurt Them0

    I stumbled upon a poignant quote that summed up a segment of my life, and perhaps yours also. “You cannot discover new lands without consenting to lose sight of the shore for a very long time,” said Andre Gide, a French writer and 1947 winner of the Nobel Prize in literature. Harsh but true —

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  • That’s Amore!

    That’s Amore!0

    Happy Valentine’s Day! Whether it’s platonic, familial or romantic, I hope your day is full of love! Since Valentine’s Day is all about the love, I think we should all celebrate by sharing love and kindness with those around us. There are ton of simple gestures (both romantic and not) that you can do to

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  • The Lady Warriors0

    A few weeks back, I wrote a short piece on Guy Rancourt and the Lycoming College Basketball Team. Now it didn’t win any major awards, but my story helped increase the game attendance by five. Yes. The boys continue to play well, and they are gearing up for another postseason run. But it appears that

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  • County Hall Corner: A Great Golf Course0

    A couple of weeks ago it was noted in this column that there were several hot-button issues that the Lycoming County Commissioners would have to deal with in 2018. The White Deer Golf Course is one of those that will be closely watched throughout the year. The County Commissioners have made it clear that this

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  • Falls From Tree Stands On the Increase0

    I guess it should come as no surprise that tree stand accidents are on the increase. If you have been following trends in the world of hunting, it’s also apparent that the use of tree stands has dramatically increased in recent years. When I started hunting in the 60’s a tree stand was a couple

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  • A Happy 100th Birthday & Helping a Great Cause

    A Happy 100th Birthday & Helping a Great Cause0

    A Happy 100th Birthday Well as usual the groundhog saw his shadow and we have 6 more weeks of winter. I never understood that whole shadow thing, the sun’s out so he sees his silhouette shouldn’t it be an early spring? You know the sun being out and everything. As the folklore goes, the sun

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  • Finally February!0

    I don’t know about you, but I am happy to see January in the rearview. I always find it to be a bit of a depressing month. The holidays are over, the days are short, it’s cold and often snowing, and it feels like spring is months away. Once we get through the feat that

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  • Harlem Wizards Return to Williamsport’s Magic Dome One Last Time on February 120

    The highly entertaining basketball tricksters and wacky funsters known as the “Harlem Wizards” will make one last visit to Williamsport High School’s “Magic Dome” on Monday, February 12, in an appearance that is to benefit the Williamsport School District Education Foundation. The game begins at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 12. Doors open at 5:30

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  • Tierney’s Tale0

    Tierney Pfirman has lived a small town girl’s ultimate dream. Local fans packed the gyms to see the record-setting, all-state high school star play and closely followed her career at the University of Maryland that included a trip to the NCAA Final Four. In my travels, I often am asked questions regarding Tierney and what

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  • Combat Mesothelioma Risks by Avoiding Asbestos Exposure0

    Kevin Kist, Jr., DO, FCCP UPMC Susquehanna Lung Center Did you know approximately 3,000 people are diagnosed with mesothelioma in the US each year? Mesothelioma is a rare, aggressive cancer typically linked to exposure to asbestos. Mesothelioma most often begins in the mesothelium, which forms the outer lining of the lungs, but may also develop

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  • Wheeland, Everett to Host Concealed Carry Seminars in February0

    Reps. Jeff C. Wheeland (R-Lycoming) and Garth Everett (R-Lycoming/Union) announced they are teaming up again in February to host Concealed Carry Seminars. The first is Thursday, Feb. 15, at the Community Baptist Church, 1853 State Route 87 in Montoursville, and the second is Thursday, Feb 22, at the Clinton Township Fire Company, 2311 State Route

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  • Williamsport Civic Chorus and Essence of Joy Alumni Singers To Present Program of American Spirituals0

    As a nod to February being Black History Month, the Williamsport Civic Chorus is hosting and performing with the Essence of Joy Alumni Singers, who are under the direction of Dr. Anthony Leach, a professor of music and music education at Penn State University, in a program of American Spirituals. In conjunction with the Pennsylvania

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