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  • You Just Can’t Make This Stuffing Up1

    Before I get to the breaking news from the White House, I would like to wish everyone a happy and healthy Thanksgiving. Please enjoy this special time of year with family, friends, and loved ones. As I have learned during my journey, time goes by way too fast, and people you love are not seated

  • Happy Thanksgiving0

    It’s time for my annual Thanksgiving list! As you join friends and family this Thanksgiving, take a moment to remember all the things you have to be thankful for this year. Times get tough, but there is always a bright side and listing them out often makes the bad seem a little better. We’ve had

  • Creating Corlew’s Castle0

    Undoubtedly, the 1999 movie “The Long Road Home” was not on the minds of the Corlew family as the Rick Quigley-led motorcade made its half-hour trek from Williamsport’s downtown Genetti Hotel to the peaceful surroundings of their Rauchtown home. Still, for the 2021 winners of the Chrisman’s Morning Show’s annual Extreme Kitchen Makeover promotion, there

  • First Community Foundation Partnership of Pennsylvania Celebrates 105th Anniversary

    First Community Foundation Partnership of Pennsylvania Celebrates 105th Anniversary0

    The First Community Foundation Partnership of Pennsylvania (FCFP) is the ninth oldest community foundation in the country and has been creating powerful communities through passionate giving® for over a century. FCFP will celebrate its 105th anniversary on Saturday, November 20, 2021, by treating the community to a sweet surprise – gift cards. In November, FCFP

  • Giving Thanks

    Giving Thanks0

    How cute is this appetizer idea!? Arrange with different crackers, cheese and meats to charm your Thanksgiving guest! One of my favorite weeks is finally here. The week of parent-teacher conferences, delivering lots of pumpkin rolls, special time with family, juicy turkey, Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, a little shopping, and then it’s time to deck

  • Health Benefits of Coffee Part 2

    Health Benefits of Coffee Part 20

    As I mentioned in part 1 of this article, I love coffee. On a cold day, it seems to warm my soul, and on the rare occasion, I have time to camp, a pot of coffee made over an open fire may be the greatest invention mankind has ever bestowed upon this earth. I’m often

  • The Benefits of In Person Holiday Shopping

    The Benefits of In Person Holiday Shopping0

    The 2020 holiday season was unlike any other. The COVID-19 pandemic was still affecting daily life across the globe over the final months of 2020, prompting many families and individuals to alter holiday traditions they’d embraced for decades. That included how people shop. Many people avoided in person holiday shopping in 2020. However, the successful

  • Hunting Safety Tips from a UPMC Physician0

    Hunting can be a relaxing and enjoyable activity helping you unplug while taking in the great outdoors, but it can also be dangerous. Inherently there’s risk to these activities considering the use of weapons, the rough terrain, and the cold weather. Take the following hunting safety and overall health tips into consideration when planning your

  • Happy Thanksgiving0

    Where to begin? I am officially back on the sidelines — coaching hoops here at St. John Neumann Regional Academy. I continue to enjoy hanging out with the boys. Sure, the wins are nice, but I only do this to stay involved. The entire landscape has changed, folks. It is a rather tough and thankless

  • What’s Happening With Our Turkey Hunting?0

    I climbed out of my stand last week near quitting time and headed for my vehicle about a 20-minute walk away. I spotted a couple of does at about 40 or 50 yards but definitely out of my compound bow range. I continued a slow quiet walk when I heard that familiar cluck from a

  • Counting Blessings0

    Thanksgiving Day — an annual national holiday in the United States and Canada celebrating the harvest and other blessings of the past year. Ah, the past year; it has indeed seen a multitude of turkey droppings and cancel culture edicts throwing wrenches into not only Thanksgiving, but to many of the other holidays and celebrations

  • Blaise Alexander Family Dealerships Christmas Coloring Contest0

    • Arts
    • November 24, 2021

    Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy! It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Quick kids! Grab your cocoa and meet me by the Christmas tree! We have important things to discuss! Sleigh bells are ringing, and snow is glistening! It is once again time for the Blaise Alexander Family Dealership Christmas Fun Coloring Contest

  • Nolan Kutney Signs Letter of Intent

    Nolan Kutney Signs Letter of Intent0

    Nolan Kutney signed his National Letter of Intent to play baseball at the University of Pittsburgh.  Seated next to Nolan is his sister Nyla Kutney and parents Mike and Corina Kutney. Standing in the back from left is Montoursville Athletic Director Melissa Balliet, Montoursville Baseball coaches Corey Twigg, Jeremy Eck, Mike Mussina, and Montoursville Principal

  • UPMC Therapist: Understanding and Treating Scoliosis0

    Your middle schooler has probably been experiencing a lot of changes with their body. If you’ve noticed that they are going through a growth spurt, now is the time to be on the lookout for scoliosis. What Is Scoliosis? Scoliosis is a condition where the spine curves in the shape of a “C” or an

  • PPL Electric Utilities Offers Multiple Programs to Help Customers Struggling to Pay Their Electric Bills This Winter0

    With energy usage and costs on the rise, PPL Electric Utilities is ready to assist its customers who need help. With colder temperatures set to increase energy usage — and inflation impacting the cost of energy supply sources — PPL Electric Utilities wants to remind customers of multiple assistance programs for those struggling to pay

  • 15th Annual Skip Hunsinger Children’s Christmas Spectacular Saturday, December 40

    For the 15th time, the good members of the Community Arts Center Volunteer Corps will be presenting a special Christmastime event for the area’s children when they present the Skip Hunsinger Children’s Christmas Spectacular on Saturday morning, December 4, from 10 a.m. to noon in the area in front of the Community Arts Center on

  • County Hall Corner: Long Day’s Journey in County Government0

    In the hundreds of Lycoming County Commissioner Meetings I have attended in the past seven years, I do not remember any that had as many people turning up representing so many different issues and concerns. It was no surprise that the meeting on Tuesday, November 16th, probably set a record running well over three hours

  • The Gift of Giving0

    I just sent an email out to my parents, in-laws, and close friends that for the holidays this year, in lieu of presents, my husband and I would prefer they make a gift to a charitable organization that benefits the hungry or homeless. And in that email, I asked them to reply back with a

  • Core Values Freedom, Part Two0

    In last week’s article, we established the beginning of freedom — the freedom from bondage. In this article, we will talk about how freedom grows and matures. This is the final installment in a series of articles on core values for Christians and churches. All of the articles can be found online at http://www.webbweekly.com. “It

  • The Bookworm Sez: “An Elderly Lady Must Not Be Crossed” by Helene Tursten, translated by Marlaine Delargy

    The Bookworm Sez: “An Elderly Lady Must Not Be Crossed” by Helene Tursten, translated by Marlaine Delargy0

    Memories flood your brain at the oddest times. They’re spontaneous and unbidden, random and fleeting. You may be tinkering in the kitchen, and thoughts of a childhood friend pop into your head. Raking leaves, and Grandpa’s car enters your mind. Reading a book like the new novel “An Elderly Lady Must Not Be Crossed” by


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