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MOOSIC — There were some tasty treats to be had in Lackawanna County Sunday. The Jewish Food Fest set up outside of PNC Field. Stuffed cabbage, shawarma, and falafel were just some of the foods on the menu. All the proceeds go to the Jewish Discovery Center near Clarks Summit. Organizers say events like this […]

What’s wrong with the smallmouth bass in the Susquehanna River?  We’ll get some answers from the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission with what they’re calling Operation “Save Our Susquehanna”.

We’ll take you to one of the premiere archery shops in our area, Drop Tine Archery in Lycoming County.

Crossbows have taken Pennsylvania by storm.  We’ll head to Drop Tine Archery for a lesson on how to shoot a crossbow.

One lucky member of the POL Outdoor Club will win a great set of inflatable solar lanterns courtesy of MPOWERD.