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280 Kane St. STE #2
South Williamsport, PA
United States

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Latest Issue

  • Friday Night Lights0

    I have nothing but love and respect for Montoursville’s J.C. Keefer. The old-school football coach and I go back a long time. He has been a good chum over the years. I don’t get to see him much, but I will occasionally spot him at a local diamond. J.C. also loves the game of baseball

  • A New Normal0

    Before they could board the waiting school bus, the anxious softball players and their coaches dutifully lined up, not to have their ticket punched, but rather to individually have their temperatures taken and answer a serious of health-related questions posed to them by the school’s athletic trainer and athletic director. Face coverings were required inside

  • Farewell Faithful Teammates0

    I write today to honor two more fellow basketball players and friends who recently passed away. Dennis “Dutch” Bogaczyk and James “Jimmy” Wilkerson. I had the pleasure of playing with both, for several years, with Ron Travis’s amateur teams — Jon’s Sports and Pennsylvania Athletics. Together with many other excellent players from this area and

  • Remembering Baseball Hall of Famer Lou Brock0

    Baseball recently suffered the loss of two of its brightest stars from the 1960s and 1970s, and another piece of childhood dropped away with the deaths of Tom Seaver and Lou Brock. Both Seaver and Brock visited the Little League World Series. Seaver in 1988 and Brock in 2006. It was during Brock’s appearance in

  • The Roving Sportsman… The Ultimate Sacrifice

    The Roving Sportsman… The Ultimate Sacrifice0

    It happens all of the time in the World of Nature. It happens among birds as well as mammals. It occurs more frequently in the springtime, but can happen any time and especially during the initial months of raising offspring. Through the years, I have witnessed it with a shorebird known as the Killdeer, with

  • Spotted Any Coyotes Lately?0

    With the thick foliage and overgrown fields, seeing a coyote right now may prove to be pretty tricky. That doesn’t keep them from showing up on our roadways. Granted, you may, on rare occasions, have one bolt across in front of you while traveling down some country road, but if you know what to look

  • Musical Chairs0

    Back when there was Minor League baseball at Bowman Field, one of the many between-innings fan contests featured was the tried and true game of musical chairs. You know the gig, four chairs for five people, the music plays, and the contestants scramble to find a chair, eliminating one of the participants. The act is

  • Back to School and Sports0

    Jensen is back from a lengthy break. He is only going to school two days a week as WASD is using a hybrid. My eleven-year-old son is doing the best he can. He is wearing his mask. My sixth grader was asked to do a short writing assignment the very first day. I don’t want

  • Accessing Rivers During Low Water Periods0

    It’s no secret that at least this part of the state is suffering from some of the lowest water levels in rivers and streams in a long time. Fishing medium and small streams is difficult, and fishing for trout during this hot, dry period is not recommended due to the harm it would do even

  • All Fore Folds Charity Golf Tournament To Be Held September 180

    There are many various charity golf tournaments that are held all over. But one area charity golf tournament is connected with a group that honors and aids our deceased and wounded veterans as the “Folds of Honor” Golf Tournament to be held on September 18 at Wynding Brook Golf Club in Milton. Chad Anthony is

  • Tips for Planting Fall Vegetables0

    Tending to backyard vegetable gardens can fill many hours of enjoyable downtime in the great outdoors. What’s more, the bounty produced by such gardens provides healthy, fresh foods to gardeners and their loved ones. Although spring and summer are widely seen as the peak of gardening season, the mild temperatures of autumn can be a

  • Some August 23 Good News0

    On the day our treasured Bowman Field was to be filled with happy Little Leaguers and excited fans about to witness the fourth annual MLB/Little League Classic game between the Boston Red Sox and the Baltimore Orioles, the revered city landmark on West Fourth Street stood silent. The same condition existed at LLB’s Lamade and