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South Williamsport, PA
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  • February Rabbit Hunt, In a T-Shirt!0

    Normally, I’m enjoying some of my best ice fishing in late February, but the sudden warm temperatures and wildly fluctuating water levels on one of my favorite ice-fishing lakes have brought an unexpected end to my hard water fishing. In the meantime, my buddy George called and asked me to join him on a late-season

  • Are You “Plugged-In” Yet?0

    It’s probably no secret that I am not on the cutting edge of today’s technology; after all, I still think “tweeting” is something a bird does when it’s happy. I have graduated from a flip phone to a “smartphone” although I get the impression that my phone is not as smart as some of the

  • Linwood S. “Lenny” Houseknecht, 91

    Linwood S. “Lenny” Houseknecht, 910

    Linwood S. “Lenny” Houseknecht, 91, of Muncy Valley, died Friday, February 16, 2018, at Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, Muncy. Lenny was born November 24, 1926 in Hughesville, a son of the late George W. and Vasta M. (Hill) Houseknecht. He and his wife, the former Joyce A. (Phillips) Barto, would have celebrated 43 years

  • 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

  • Some Game Commission Updates0

    We are at that time of the year when most of our hunting is over; sure we can still chase rabbits and squirrels until the end of February and, of course, coyotes can be had anytime. Last week, I even spotted a distant field with a bunch of goose decoys spread over a large area.

  • James E. Stewart, 710

    James E. Stewart, 71, of Cogan Station passed away Wednesday, January 31, 2018 at his residence. Born December 12, 1946 in Williamsport he was a son of the late James H. and Elizabeth M. Hower Gottschall. James was a graduate of South Williamsport High School. He was formerly employed as a car salesman for Blaise