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South Williamsport, PA
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  • Family Takes the Day as Brothers and Sisters Both Reach the Next Level After Successful District 4 Meet0

    Records, medals, and a lot of cheering were the highlights of the District 4 Swimming Championships at Williamsport. Swimming is a different kind of sport to follow. It’s one where swimmers represent schools just like every high school sport, but where the difference starts is in the offseason when most team up with their local

  • A Special Moment

    A Special Moment0

    Generally speaking, the sports world is not a homogeneous spheroid. As the recently concluded Winter Olympic Games clearly demonstrated, some sports that excite a particular region of the globe are looked upon by others with a bit of curiosity or indifference. While the world of sports may differ, those who indulge in the same at

  • Brain-Healthy Habits to Embrace0

    Cognitive decline is a condition that is often associated with aging, but even middle-aged people can experience memory loss or cognition issues. The Alzheimer’s Association says that more than five million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. By 2050, that number could rise to as high as 16 million people. More than

  • Jersey Shore Elementary Students Have “WONDERFUL” Skype Experience0

    One of the most highly acclaimed and popular films of 2017 was “Wonder,” that starred, Julia Roberts and several very talented and gifted child actors. The film is based on a New York Times bestselling book about a fifth-grade boy who suffers from a rare medical facial deformity condition called, Mandibulofacial Dysostosis. The main character,

  • The Bookworm Sez: “Robicheaux” by James Lee Burke

    The Bookworm Sez: “Robicheaux” by James Lee Burke0

    “Robicheaux” by James Lee Burke c.2018, Simon & Schuster $27.99 / $36.99 Canada 449 pages You don’t want to talk about it. You’ve been through rough times, had a few problems, but that’s all in the past. Today’s a new day, a new beginning and besides, as in the new book “Robicheaux” by James Lee

  • Enjoying Penns Woods Traditions0

    Well, it’s great to see the month of March just on the horizon. Before you know it everybody will be migrating back outside. The baseball, softball, and soccer fields will come to life. Everybody will resume those warm weather activities we love in the West Branch Valley. We’re only a few days away from the

  • Made It!0

    OK guys! This is it, the end of February. That means we are a mere 20 days from spring! It’s amazing how January seemingly took five years to get through, but February was gone in a week. With what will hopefully be warmer weather and plentiful sunshine on the horizon, it’s time to start making

  • The Roving Sportsman: Bat Facts0

    I recall very well the four homes where I lived with my parents and two siblings as I grew up in Lycoming County from the late 1940’s up through the early ‘60s. Initially, we stayed in the upstairs level of my Grandparents’ home “up the ‘Sock”, just north on Route 87 beyond Snyder’s farm. Our

  • Through The Years: February 27, 1950: Jackson School Destroyed by Morning Fire0

    Williamsport Sun February 27, 1950 Jackson School Destroyed by Morning Fire Damages $100,000 From Flames Which Ate Out Interior of Building   Compiled by Lou Hunsinger Jr.   A $100,000 fire of undetermined origin destroyed the 57-year old Andrew Jackson Elementary School at 2216 Linn Street early today as firemen from eight companies battled the

  • Sixth Annual Wheelchair Basketball Tournament March 30

    A truly inspiring fundraiser will be held Saturday, March 3 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m., when the sixth annual Roads To Freedom Wheelchair Basketball Tournament is held at Lycoming College’s Recreation Center. This fundraiser allows Roads to Freedom to cover funding gaps for people of North Central Pennsylvania with disabilities who are interested in transitioning from

  • County Hall Corner: Planning the Future0

    One of the oldest clichés is that failure to plan is planning to fail. It also just happens to be true. Think of it like checking the weather. If I am out walking and suddenly it rains, I get wet. However, if I checked the weather reports before I left my home, and knew there

  • I Can’t Wait FORE Spring.0

    Mother Nature can be such a tease. Especially in the month of February. I love North Central PA but this is just crazy. A groundhog predicts another 42 days of darkness and then our temperatures jump to the mid-60s. Dude? Now it’s back to Kelvin with a possibility of sleet and snow. I don’t know

  • Playoffs?0

    Even if you don’t remember it, sports fans were treated to one of the best post-game press conference speeches of all time on November 25, 2001, by Jim Mora, the then coach of the Indianapolis Colts. Following his team’s dismal five-turnover performance in a loss to the San Francisco 49ers, Mora gave a blistering tirade

  • One Human Race0

    My last two articles addressed the painfully divisive nature of prejudice. In those articles, I tried to broaden our understanding of prejudice and the damage that it causes — and I purposefully left out any reference to separate races (African, Asian, European, Hispanic, Middle Eastern, etc.). You may have noticed that and wondered why. In

  • Winter Olympics: Lycoming County Style0

    Some of you may be glued to the tube watching the 2018 Winter Olympics being held in Pyeongchang, South Korea, but I feel they have nothing on us — including the scenery. Spare the airfare and parka. Better yet, from what I’ve seen, most residents here are participants, not observers in our own winter fest.

  • YWCA Launches Racial Justice Essay Contest0

    The YWCA Northcentral PA announced a special opportunity for students across Lycoming County to participate in an essay competition about racial justice. The essay’s prompt asks students to write about how racism has impacted their life and how they are working to eliminate racism and promote peace in their community. Students from all local school

  • The Bookworm Sez

    The Bookworm Sez0

    “The Science of Why2” by Jay Ingram c.2017, Simon & Schuster $24.99 / $29.99 Canada 175 pages How come? It’s a common question, rather informal, with roots that go back centuries: how did something come to be? In other words… why? Why is this, that? How come you can or can’t? Or, as in “The

  • The Pajama Factory Placed On National Registry of Historic Places0

    To many people, the former Weldon’s Pajama Factory building is just an old factory building. Now known as the “Pajama Factory”, it now has a wide variety of artsy type businesses now located within it, but recently it has now something even more special. It has been placed on the National Registry of Historic Places.

  • 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

  • Graver Leads Lancers In Big Moment to Help Pick Up Playoff Win Over Warrior Run0

    The beautiful things about sports are the opportunities they provide for those of us willing to take a chance. Everything is there for a competitor. It’s often times about seeing the chance, being prepared, and meeting the challenge. For Loyalsock’s Collin Graver, those chances are, at times, far and few between. They might not be


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