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South Williamsport, PA
United States

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  • Trick-or-Treating Tips for Rural Residents0

    If someone were commissioned to paint a picture of Halloween bliss, it would probably showcase a neighborhood full of children ringing doorbells and gathering treats. Millions of children and adults participate in the annual ritual of trick-or-treating. For urban and suburban children, close-by neighbors make it quite easy to fill up sacks of candy. However,

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  • Rhubarb0

    My sources tell me that something big is about to go down. Expect a major announcement regarding Elm Park and its future shortly. Breaking news. So I reached out to the Mayor for a little insight and perspective. But as of today, neither he, nor anyone from his office, had returned my emails or calls.

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  • Anglers Resort To Small Flies To Catch Big Fish0

    Atlantic salmon fishing can hardly be described as predictable. The fish first must arrive. After several years of feeding on the ocean’s bounty, salmon return to their natal river, often to the same spot where they were hatched. This is an incredible feat of navigation, a miracle performed by the smell of the water, which

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  • Haunted0

    Kid-friendly ghost story from Arkansas about a haunted house with some spooky ghosts with a serious knack for baking. Written by Harris Tobias. In the town of Blakeslee, Arkansas, there was a house that everyone knew was haunted. It was an old neglected house on a side street in the oldest part of town. Sometimes,

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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 heard many things in

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  • “You Should Be Here”0

    Happy Halloween! Make sure you watch out for all trick-or-treaters young and old. Parents, please check all the candy and goodies, besides that’s the best part of being a dad during Halloween. My kids wondered why I only checked the Kit Kats and Snickers. This week is my favorite from publisher picture of the year.

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  • Mercy!0

    For some strange reason that one word of emphasis crooned in singer Roy Orbison’s 1964 hit song “Pretty Woman” has stayed with me over the years. If you’ve never heard the song, give it a visit on the Internet. It is only one word but it surely emphasizes the message of his song. Mercy may

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  • Halloween Carnival to be Presented By City of Williamsport At Liberty Arena This Saturday0

    The Liberty Arena in downtown Williamsport will be alive (or dead) with ghouls, spooks and goblins of all ages as the City of Williamsport’s Recreation Department will be hosting a FREE Halloween Carnival for children 12 and under on Saturday, October 28 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Liberty Arena located at 315 Hepburn

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  • She’s a Keeper!0

    Last week, I broke the mold, so to speak — instead of writing about hunting, shooting, fishing or outdoor adventures, I shared something that was happening in my personal life. Today, I am happy to pen what Paul Harvey would say is “the rest of the story.” This past weekend, my family and some friends

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  • The Ruffed Grouse0

    The grouse’s thunderous take-off caught me by surprise — even though I was actually hunting them, I was still not prepared when it exploded from behind a log only ten yards away. I missed — not unusual for me since I probably missed more than I ever succeeded in bringing down. Unfortunately, the grouse hunting

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  • This Week’s LION – Smokey Bear0

    It is something of an irony that the deadliest and most destructive wildfires in California’s history occurred during National Fire Prevention Week, October 8-14. It is also ironic that it was 70 years ago, August 1947, that one of the most well known slogans in American history, “Remember, only YOU can prevent forest fires,” was

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  • Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame To Hold Its Inductions Locally0

    Lycoming County has always been a hotbed of sports, producing many great and proficient athletes. As a way to celebrate that sports heritage, the West Branch Valley Chapter of the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame was organized with its first class of inductees in 1974. The West Branch Chapter has been one of the more

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  • Good News!0

    As a pastor, I am often with people during very difficult times. In those settings, we regularly receive updates about the crisis — news that comes from a doctor, or a police officer, or some other professional that has the information we are very eager to hear. I must tell you, in those desperate moments

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  • Gazette and Bulletin: October 22, 1920 – James N. Kline Did Big Thing0

    The James N. Kline Boy Scout Camp is rapidly gaining a nationwide reputation and inquiries concerning it are being received almost daily from Scout councils from all across the United States. Already prominent citizens of other communities are preparing to emulate the example of Mr. Kline in providing similar camps for the boys of their

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  • The Vinder Viper0

    Years ago, a man inherited a house from his great uncle who died in the war. The house sat on a hill outside of town in the next state and rumors were told that it was haunted. The man traveled to the town to inspect the house and found that it was a wonderful old

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  • Fishing with Mike O’Brien… In Praise Of Barracuda, Great0

    Barracuda, great, Sphyraena barracuda, occur in all tropical seas, except the East Pacific, and are known by the common names of cuda, sea pike, and giant sea pike. They are quite common from Florida to Brazil. There are also Guinean, Mexican, and Pacific barracuda. Great barracuda are one of the largest of the barracudas and

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  • Three WAMS Students Lead Walk-a-Thon Fundraising Effort – Daniel Confer, Benjamin Smith and Becca White0

    Three Williamsport Area Middle School students led the charge in securing individual sponsorships for their school’s walk-a-thon event on Oct. 5. The three collectively raised more than $870, representing more than half of the overall total of about $1,500 generated among the student body. The money raised will help support activities related to the building’s

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  • Active Community Assistance – Five helpful ways to lend a hand0

    Social responsibility comes in all shapes and sizes, but ultimately it comes down to one common purpose: making the world a better place. From volunteering at local shelters and community centers to feeding those in need at your local food bank, there are countless ways to give back within your community. According to the Bureau

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  • The Dapper Drive0

    A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away — I used to be really good. It’s true. So I can still stripe it better than most, but I haven’t made a five-foot putt in the past two months. It’s embarrassing. My lack of practice has to be the culprit, and I don’t get

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  • Grit: October 17, 1965 – Local Airman to Direct Pick Up of Gemini Crew0

    After the splashdown, he’s the man the astronauts count on. When Gemini 6 parachutes into the Atlantic Ocean October 27, after two days of orbiting the earth, the eyes of the world, and particularly those of astronauts, Walter M. Schirra, Jr. and Thomas P. Stafford will be on the Williamsporter who is piloting the Navy

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