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  • UPMC Physical Therapist: Keep Your Bones Fit0

    By Shari Berthold, DPT Physical Therapy, UPMC Osteoporosis is a bone disease that occurs when the body loses too much bone, makes too little bone, or both. As a result, bones become weak and may break from a fall or, in serious cases, from sneezing or minor bumps. Osteoporosis is very common, affecting one out

  • Normal?0

    Simply put, I don’t care who you voted for or if you even voted. That is your business, and the less we all fret and fume over the outcome of the election, a better frame of mind we can enjoy can be realized. But there is one thing I hope you will take some time

  • True Grit!

    True Grit!0

    Congratulations go out to Kennedy Marsh who is the District IV A Cross-Country Champion from Montgomery High School. What a story this is. This is the first season Kennedy has completed. She suffered serious injuries the past two years that put her out of competition. Through much work with Coach Marilouise Mazzante, she transformed her

  • Seldom Seen Night Hunters0

    From the title, you may think this is a story about one of your neighbor’s illegal night hunting activities; but no, this is actually a story about a bird that does most of its flying and hunting at night. We’re used to seeing all kinds of birds flitting or moving about throughout the day; songbirds

  • County Hall Corner: State Award to JPO Chief Ed Robbins

    County Hall Corner: State Award to JPO Chief Ed Robbins0

    For almost 70 years, the Juvenile Court Judges’ Commission of Pennsylvania has been responsible for establishing standards that are used in the juvenile court system in the Commonwealth. They have been a flagship to the rest of the nation in this area. Besides setting parameters for best practices, they also seek to highlight those who

  • A Veterans’ Breakfast, Monster Bucks and One Big Boy

    A Veterans’ Breakfast, Monster Bucks and One Big Boy0

    As I am penning my article the Friday before Election Tuesday, over 67 million registered voters have already cast their ballots. A record number of Americans will vote in this election; the final tally is expected to be north of 150 million. Our Nation is expected to see 65% of those registered, vote in this

  • Mind Your Own Parenthood1

    I try really hard not to get triggered by keyboard warriors, and generally speaking, I think I do a reasonably good job. However, we all have our limits. And let me tell you, I reached mine on October 27. So, I’m going to repeat something I posted to social media that night in response to

  • Local Woman and Horse Win 2020 Huntingdon PA Mustang TIP Challenge1

    Kimberly Frame, a mother of two children, has always had a deep love for horses ever since growing up on a small farm in the Linden area. She has taken this love of all things equine into adulthood and recently reached a higher level in this by having her horse, a mustang, and her win

  • Style File: Cabincore0

    First, the fashion world was swept by normcore, then menocore; this past summer, fashionistas, and influencers were all atwitter with cottagecore. Now that we are well into fall, the next big trend is cabincore! If you have no idea what I’m talking about, that’s fine; this mostly pertains to millennials. But what’s interesting is that

  • Bear Hunting in Pennsylvania0

    After last week’s story about Melinda LeBarron’s encounters with bears over the past couple of years, I suspect more people are more inclined to hunt them or, at the very least, be on the lookout for them. While I always get a bear tag, I have yet to take a bear in our state, but

  • The Roving Sportsman… It Was a Very Good Day!0

    Jose-Luis was born in Argentina in the mid-1950s and came to the United States when he was 26 years old to begin a fellowship, working at the National Institute of Health. After witnessing firsthand, the political unrest in his native country, he was relieved to embrace the new lifestyle he found here. Over the following

  • Czar for a Day0

    There may be those of you out there who recall an old television program called “Queen for a Day.” It began as a radio program in 1945, which was then turned into a television program that ran from 1956 to 1964. The show grew in popularity that enabled the networks to sell, for what at

  • County Hall Corner: Budget News and Blues0

    Everyone who works with finances has to operate with a budget. Even in our personal finances, we know that we have to plan correctly to prevent “too much month at the end of the money.” This is true with government entities as well, as they have to plan a budget and show concretely where the

  • Lucas Goes Yard0

    It has been an interesting week on the local front. I seriously don’t know where to start. The County released their 2021 Budget on Monday. I wasn’t impressed. There were no major changes and a good bit is still missing. I won’t go into details as I am working on a future story. But I

  • ABCs of Safe Sleep0

    October was Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) awareness month. More than 3500 infants die each year in the United States from sleep-related deaths. In Pennsylvania that means 80 babies die each year, that’s four kindergarten classes that will never be. These deaths include sudden unexpected infant death syndrome (SUIDS), sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), ill-defined deaths

  • 47 Years is a Problem, Not the Solution0

    No matter who wins the election, I can’t wait for all this nonsense to be over. I am beyond tired of President Trump and Mr. Biden being in my mailbox, on the electronic device of my choice, feeling obligated to watch their debates, and flipping through channels to see what all the mainstream media geniuses

  • Happy Halloween…0

    Hey y’all! I’m so excited for Halloween this weekend! And to make the spookiest of days even spookier, there is a full moon on Halloween! It’s not our Halloween issue without the announcement of the winners of our Halloween contest! Congratulations to the following winners of our Howling Halloween Contest! – Sierra Walter – Karlee

  • Halloween Safety in the Time of COVID-190

    This year’s Halloween season is far different than any other we have experienced before. We are encountering unprecedented challenges we have never faced before, and that is, of course, the mean old COVID-19 virus. The threat of contracting this highly contagious and dangerous virus has changed the way we have conducted our lives, and the

  • The Roving Sportsman… The Upcoming Fall Turkey Season0

    On Saturday, October 31, the two-week fall turkey season will open. The specific dates of the season vary widely based on which WMU you are hunting in, but generally in our area that means until November 14, with 3 additional days on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of Thanksgiving week. Either a hen or gobbler can

  • A Very Different Halloween0

    With the convergence of a full moon, a blue moon, daylight savings time, and, you know, the ongoing unprecedented pandemic, Halloween in 2020 is going to look and feel a bit different than in years past. Some communities are having trick-or-treating; others are still not certain. Halloween parades, costume parties, dances, and most certainly apple

  • Attacked Twice by a Black Bear!

    Attacked Twice by a Black Bear!2

    Like a lot of outdoorsmen, I’ve had a number of “encounters” with black bears over the years. Still, none of those scenarios have ever resulted in a bear actually attacking me or in any way injuring me. As often happens, a little yelling and the bear usually heads off in the opposite direction. While bear

  • Lycoming County Sheriff Moves Offices Temporarily0

    If you have business regarding gun permits or any other business that involves the Lycoming County Sheriff’s Office, you will have to transact that business at a temporary new location. Beginning this past Monday, October 26, the Sheriff’s Office is doing its business at 33 West Third Street, across the street from the Lycoming County

  • Lycoming County’s Presidential Votes Have Trended Heavily Republican Through the Years0

    As America breathlessly awaits the results of the contentious and hotly contested 2020 Presidential race between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, the race locally seems to be a given. If historical trends continue as they have in the past, Republican Presidential candidate and incumbent President Donald J. Trump should very handily carry Lycoming County. Webb

  • A Busy Night on the Hill0

    The Williamsport Millionaires hosted the mighty Harrisburg Cougars this past Tuesday. This game was a last-minute addition as Harrisburg originally said they were not going to play because of the pandemic. Both teams came in undefeated, and the Cougars needed a few more contests to be eligible for playoffs. Williamsport accepted their challenge. That was

  • Sports Fans Love to Hate0

    For centuries the unanswered question, “what came first, the chicken or the egg,” has been debated. Although it has nothing to do with sports, a similar thought crossed my mind while attending a high school football game with no visiting fans in the stands. Fan rooting interest has long provided the spark that makes athletics

  • County Hall Corner: Surprise!0

    Surprise! That word could either express intense happiness or insufferable disappointment. It is a universal emotion, as virtually everyone is happy with a good surprise and unhappy with a bad one. Reflecting on 2020 and especially in response to the COVID virus, I have had three big surprises, two quite unhappy and one rather happy.

  • How to Have a Happy, Healthy Halloween Despite COVID-190

    Halloween masks might look a little different this year but careful measures to stay safe from COVID-19 can ensure a happy, healthy holiday. Celebrations Look a Little Different While many communities offer guidelines for trick-or-treating and festivities, it’s important for families to navigate Halloween based on their own risk factors and concerns. These considerations are

  • Make Sure Your Vote Counts!

    Make Sure Your Vote Counts!0

    Well, the October 19th date to register for the upcoming November 3rd election has come and gone. This year’s presidential election will be historic in many regards. The one we hear much about is the absentee/vote by mail option, which has now come into play for the American voter. I had the opportunity to sit

  • Fall Family Fun!0

    OK, y’all! This weekend is the last before Halloween, so it’s prime time to get out and enjoy some Fall Family Fun! We are lucky enough to live in an area that offers a plethora of options to get out with the family or framily and enjoy fall and spooky season! The Green Barn Berry

  • The Roving Sportsman… Understanding Chronic Wasting Disease in Pennsylvania0

    It was not that long ago that we heard about chronic wasting disease (CWD) occurring somewhere out west, but never considered that it would ever become a concern within our own borders here in Pennsylvania. Initially, reports were of limited outcroppings of the disease in deer and elk in a few of the western states,

  • The History of Halloween Costumes0

    It is believed the earliest mention of wearing a costume at Halloween dates back to 1585 in Scotland; however, the practice was most likely common place before then. The tradition of costumes originated with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain when people would light bonfires and wear costumes to ward off ghosts. Wearing costumes on

  • Whitey Ford and Other Yankee Dynasty Era Players Once Saw Action at Bowman Field

    Whitey Ford and Other Yankee Dynasty Era Players Once Saw Action at Bowman Field0

    Two weeks ago the baseball world received the sad news that Yankees legendary pitcher Whitey Ford had passed away. Ford once saw action at Bowman Field as a member of the Eastern League’s Binghamton Triplets, but Ford was not the only member of the Yankee dynasty era of 1947 to 1964, several others did as

  • Mission Expo 2020 To Be Held October 21-240

    Hunger and medical needs are great problems in many areas of the world. There is an effort that is being done locally, as well as many other places, to pack parcels of food, medical, and educational supplies to underdeveloped areas of the world. This is the essence of the initiative known as “Mission Expo 2020.”


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