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South Williamsport, PA
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  • Some Good Bass Fishing Still Ahead

    Some Good Bass Fishing Still Ahead0

    I’ll admit it, as the leaves begin to change color and fall to the ground thoughts of the coming hunting season start to compete for space. That being said it’s also true that as an avid fisherman there is no way I’m putting my fishing gear away for the season; instead, I will find a

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  • Marion.0

    Kim Joyce, Kristen Durwachter, Vicki Fischer, and Johanna Shoeneck Congratulations to the lovely ladies who competed in the 47th Marion Stopper Invitational. Sixty gals representing ten area clubs took part in this special one-day tournament. Teams of two teed it up for 18 holes on what was once called the Challenge. They played a two-person

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  • …One Nation Under God0

    North Central Pennsylvania is, without a doubt, one of the most patriotic regions of the country. It is also proud to count among its residents many active and retired men and women that have served in our great nation’s military, which is why the management and employees of Backyard Broadcasting in Williamsport were looking for

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  • This Week’s LION: Introducing the Next Mayor of Williamsport0

    In November, the registered voters of the city of Williamsport will elect their next mayor. He will be a much younger man than his predecessor, married to a wonderful wife with several beautiful children. He will be knowledgeable, well educated, and even have studied abroad. He will be a visionary but understands the severe constraints

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  • County Hall Corner: Gollies and Follies0

    A recurring theme in the County Commissioners Meeting is lamenting the number of issues that they must deal with that were caused by previous administrations. The most classic albatross was the county’s endeavor to build a water park near the White Deer Golf Course back in the 1980s. The business plan was doomed from the

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  • How to Protect Wood Floors From Inclement Weather

    How to Protect Wood Floors From Inclement Weather0

    Wood floors are a worthwhile investment that can improve the beauty and function of just about any room in a home. Even though wood floors are durable, and new protective treatments help seal out many of the things that may have damaged floors in the past, homeowners still need to prioritize protecting their hardwood floors.

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  • How to Tell When Your Roof Needs Repair

    How to Tell When Your Roof Needs Repair0

    Four out of five homes in the U.S. have asphalt shingles. And it’s easy to see why. The wide variety of available colors and styles, combined with durability and affordability, have made asphalt shingles the leading choice for residential roofing in the country. Like all exterior building products, asphalt shingles start to age as soon

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  • Identifying Your Kitchen Style

    Identifying Your Kitchen Style0

    With so many different styles of kitchens and cabinets, sometimes it can be hard to decide on a favorite. While you may see kitchens in a variety of styles and find them all beautiful in their own way, finding inspirations for your dream kitchen often requires sorting through many different considerations. Aside from the look

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  • How Lawns Benefit From Aeration

    How Lawns Benefit From Aeration0

    Compacted soil can have a dramatic effect on grass. Compacted soil blocks oxygen, water and nutrients from reaching the root systems of the turf. That creates a lawn with weak roots, which make grass more vulnerable to disease and compromising its ability to withstand harsh weather, such as summer heat. The buildup of thatch, which

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  • Protect Your Plants From Winter Weather

    Protect Your Plants From Winter Weather0

    For the majority of gardening enthusiasts, gardening is a warm weather activity. While some people live in climates that make it possible to enjoy gardening year-round, those who don’t often lament the end of the gardening season. Winter might not be conducive to gardening, but the arrival of cold weather does not necessarily mean a

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  • Five Budget-Friendly Projects That Boost Your Home’s Value

    Five Budget-Friendly Projects That Boost Your Home’s Value0

    Whether you plan to sell your home soon or you simply want to make your property more modern and livable, there are many things you can do to increase the value of your house. The good news is you don’t need a massive budget to make a big impact. Here are five affordable things you

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  • Prevent Growth of Mold/Mildew in Colder Months

    Prevent Growth of Mold/Mildew in Colder Months0

    Mold and mildew are not only unsightly, but unhealthy. These fungi grow readily in damp areas and are found in the air breathed both indoors and outside. If left unaddressed, mold and mildew can threaten the health of a home’s inhabitants. Mildew is a type of mold that remains relatively flush with the surface it

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  • Five Fall Tips for a Healthy Yard

    Five Fall Tips for a Healthy Yard0

    While many homeowners think lawns need less care during the fall months, it’s actually the perfect time to give your yard the extra boost in needs to make it through a dormant winter. Giving your lawn a little autumn attention as it works to absorb energy, moisture and nutrients to sustain it through the colder

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  • Home Inspections 101

    Home Inspections 1010

    The process of buying a home can be unlike any experience prospective buyers have ever had. After finding a home they like and coming to an agreement on a sale price with the seller, buyers can expect to add many items to their to-do list. One of the first things to jot down on that

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  • Easy Ways to Clean Up Leaves

    Easy Ways to Clean Up Leaves0

    Autumn is marked by colorful foliage and plummeting temperatures. Once those leaves reach peak color, they fall from the branches and collect on lawns, necessitating cleanup projects. For homeowners with big yards, such a project can be tiring and time-consuming. However, there are ways to make leaf cleanup easier. One of the easiest ways to

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  • How to Store Firewood the Right Way

    How to Store Firewood the Right Way0

    A fireplace is a cozy and warm spot around which a family can gather. The home and real estate resource HomeGuides.com indicates that 60 percent of new homes have a fireplace, which is up from 36 percent in the 1970s. Naturally, fueling a fireplace for the season may require homeowners with wood-burning units to keep

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  • This Design Trend is Coming Back

    This Design Trend is Coming Back0

    Design trends come and go, but some have a funny way of resurfacing years after they first became popular. Homeowners who may have been considering renovating their home to remove a design element they believe to be passé might want to see if that feature has experienced a resurgence in popularity. In fact, one of

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  • Things to Consider Before Warming Up Next to Your First Fire This Winter

    Things to Consider Before Warming Up Next to Your First Fire This Winter0

    A warm fire can make even the coldest winter day more enjoyable. Fireplaces may not get much use in spring or summer, but come late fall and throughout the winter, the fireplace can be a great place for families to gather. Before fireplace season hits full swing, homeowners might want to brush up on a

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  • How Mulched Leaves Help Your Lawn

    How Mulched Leaves Help Your Lawn0

    Various chores are synonymous with certain times of year. For example, cleaning a pool is a summertime task. In addition, rare is the instance that Mother Nature forces anyone to break out the snow shovels outside of winter. Raking leaves has long been a task for fall afternoons, but homeowners may be surprised to learn

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  • Prepare Your Deck for Winter

    Prepare Your Deck for Winter0

    Homeowners often take steps to winterize the interior of their homes in the weeks before winter’s arrival, but such efforts should extend to the outside of a home as well. Decks make for great gathering places when the weather permits. Decks are where many people spend their free time and eat their meals come spring

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