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  • Happy Halloween…0

    Ghosts and goblins, Spooks galore, Scary witches at your door! Jack-o’-lanterns smiling bright, Wishing you a haunting night! Pssssssst! Hey kids! C’mere! Got something to tell y’all! (Parental figures, please skip down two paragraphs.) OK, are they gone? Good! Alright littles, just a reminder there are multiple nights of trick-or-treating this weekend, so make sure

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  • Ghostly and Ghoulish Happenings and Halloween Safety Tips0

    It is that magical and frightful time when the little ghouls and goblins dwell among us to celebrate the Halloween season. There are various Halloween-themed activities that these Halloweeners can participate in. Trick-or-Treat hours are also set for various area municipalities. Locally, some areas are holding trick-or-treating on Halloween, others have chosen to move it

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  • The Shark Tank0

    Mixed martial arts (MMA) is a full-contact combat sport that allows striking and grappling, both standing and on the ground, using techniques from various combat sports and martial arts. It has limited state oversight — and has seen six deaths since 2007. It’s not professional wrestling — it’s for real! Realizing I was way out

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  • Why Do We Say ‘Trick or Treat’?

    Why Do We Say ‘Trick or Treat’?0

    Why Do We Say ‘Trick or Treat’? Homeowners think nothing of having goblins, nurses, vampires, or astronauts showing up at their doors each October asking for candy. Any other time of the year and these visitors might be turned away. But Halloween is all about the magical and the macabre, and trick-or-treating is a major

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  • Fall Fishing

    Fall Fishing0

    I love this time of year, and North Central PA is now shining. Fall brings us so many vibrant colors. Change is in the air. It is just a shame that it gets dark at 6:00 p.m. — this totally dampens my outdoor activities. Fishing is my passion. It serves as my zen. I am

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  • The Tell-Tale Heart0

    True! — nervous — very, very dreadfully nervous I had been and am; but why will you say that I am mad? The disease had sharpened my senses — not destroyed — not dulled them. Above all was the sense of hearing acute. I heard all things in the heaven and in the earth. I

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  • Moderate Beer Consumption Linked to Good Health (Part 2)0

    As always, this information is intended for education and entertainment purposes only. Consult with your health care team for all things medical. If you haven’t already gleaned it from part 1 of this article, I am an unapologetic fan of beer. I’m not quite a beer snob yet though I’m still working on it, so

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  • Tips to Carve the Perfect Jack-o’-Lantern

    Tips to Carve the Perfect Jack-o’-Lantern0

    Jack-o’-lanterns are one of many indelible symbols of Halloween. It’s hard to pinpoint the precise origins of jack-o’-lanterns, but many historians trace the tradition to 19th century Ireland. In fact, this instantly recognizable staple of Halloween decor actually gets its name from an Irish folktale character named “Stingy Jack.” Jack-o’-lanterns are ubiquitous in October, but

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  • UPMC Expert: Caring for an Aging Family Member0

    If you’re providing at-home care for an ailing loved one, you’re not alone. According to AARP, there are more than 53 million unpaid caregivers in the U.S. That means, one in five Americans provide care for a loved one. We are seeing the rise of the sandwich generation in which those in their 40s and

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  • The Haunted Victorian0

    Who knew gingerbread could be so scary? Not just gingerbread but also menacing mansard roofs, turrets, and steep gables. Add a menagerie of windows, some slate and stone, and you have the signature design elements of a Victorian-style home and the blueprint for a sinister haunted house. With Halloween only days away, creepy films will

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  • Williamsport Sun: October 27, 1939 – Expect 2,000 Children in Halloween Parade Elks Offer $100 Awards0

    Two thousand students from Williamsport and vicinity are expected to participate on Tuesday evening, October 31, in the second annual Halloween celebration sponsored in this city by the Williamsport Lodge of Elks. Officials of the lodge and members of the various committees planning this event met last evening in the Elks Club. They said 800

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  • Core Values – Humility0

    This article is the third in a series of articles on core values for churches and Christians. You can access the articles in this series by visiting http://www.webbweekly.com. Humility is our next core value. At our church, we refer to it as the central, selfless, and slippery core value. Let’s talk about it. Arrogance The

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  • County Hall Corner: Here Comes the Judge0

    On November 2nd, Lycoming County registered voters will go to the polls to vote for county sheriff, city council members, borough council members, township supervisors, school board directors, and other local offices. These are all important in their own way, and some races become quite heated. Yet what too many ignore on the ballot are

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  • River Valley Transit Unveiled Special Olympics Pennsylvania Bus Wrap to Featured Lycoming County Athletes & Their Families0

    On Sunday, October 17, 2021, River Valley Transit unveiled its latest Special Olympics Pennsylvania focused bus wrap to the athletes that are featured in the design as well as to their friends and families. The unveiling took place at River Valley Transit’s Administrative Offices, located at 1500 West Third Street in Williamsport, PA. The event

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  • Happy Halloween!

    Happy Halloween!0

    I can’t believe this week is Hallow’s Eve. I literally thought we had one more week in between this week and Halloween. I talked to my momma the other day, and we haven’t been together for dinner in, I bet, six weeks. With my kids in afterschool activities and my brother’s family the same way,

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  • Numerous Hunting Opportunities and Special Seasons0

    It’s a good thing the Pennsylvania Game Commission gives out a Hunting and Trapping Digest each year because it’s becoming more and more difficult to keep track of what is in season and when. When I started hunting as a young man, you hunted big game with a rifle and small game with a shotgun,

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  • Spooky Jewelry & Accessories0

    Halloween is upon us, and even if you’re not much into costumes, you can still have seasonal fun by incorporating themed jewelry and accessories in your everyday looks as you count down to trick-or-treat. Sure, when you think of Halloween accessories, you may jump to plastic spider rings and a witch’s hat. But, as Halloween

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Hunting the Rut – Part I0

    For baseball fans, the World Series is the highlight of their favorite pastime. Football fans anxiously watch their teams work their way toward the playoffs and the big day for football fans – the Super Bowl. For those whose greatest sporting challenge is hunting mature whitetail bucks, the wait is almost over. The time is

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  • Farewell Tour for ‘Rent’ Coming to Williamsport0

    Northcentral Pennsylvania residents have a final opportunity to experience the touring production of a cultural touchstone. The 25th anniversary farewell tour of “Rent” will share a “final season of love” at Williamsport’s Community Arts Center on Sunday, Oct. 31, at 7:30 p.m. The Tony Award- and Pulitzer Prize-winning rock musical became a phenomenon following its

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  • Families United Network, Inc. to Host Community Trunk or Treat and Food Truck event0

    Families United Network, Inc. will be hosting a Trunk or Treat event for the community on October 30th from 3 p.m.-6 p.m. at their Fun Academy location at 145 Ashler Manor Drive, Muncy PA. The event will provide the community with a free and safe way to trick or treat this Halloween. We have many

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