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Fellow Americans, during this difficult time we will continue to serve the citizens of the West Branch Valley and our local business community to the very best of our ability. There has never been a more important time to buy locally and support the area’s economy. We are all in this together. God-bless America.

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  • The Power of Positivity and Keeping Local Business Strong0

    Before I get started this week, I have a quick suggestion on how to start your day in a more positive way. When you’re getting going in the AM, grab that cup of coffee, let the dog out and go about your everyday morning ritual with one little twist. If you have a four-legged friend,

  • Shop Local0

    Obviously, at Webb Weekly, we depend on local business. We have hundreds of local businesses that run with us each week. Boroughs, townships, cities, municipalities all depend on local business. Right now, however, your local businesses are depending on YOU. Things are weird right now to say the least. Businesses are closed, you can’t sit

  • I-TEC – Supplying Power to the Underserved0

    While it may be most likely the majority of area residents have no knowledge of the whereabouts of Green Hollow Road, for millions of residents of Third World countries, the Lycoming County rural back road has literally been the launching pad for a precious service that has both improved and saved the lives of their

  • Some Notable Women of Lycoming County History 2

    By Lou Hunsinger, Jr. March is Women’s History Month and before the month is completely over, we at Webb Weekly would like to highlight in capsule form some of the notable women of Lycoming County’s history. The first two were around before there was even a Lycoming County. The first is Madame Montour, born Elizabeth

  • County Hall Corner: Keeping the Ship on a Steady Course0

    The Lycoming County Commissioners are doing their very best to keep a steady hand on the helm, and they should be commended for their efforts. The work session on Tuesday, March 17th was heavy on substantial work. Among other things was the approval of Tom Heaps’s reorganization of the Prothonotary/Central Collections/Assessment office. Similar to the

  • Williamsport Sun0

    March 23, 1940 Mayor Warns Vice in City Must Cease Mayor Leo Williamson and Police Chief John G. Good conferred in the office of the mayor this morning concerning reports that gambling, a vice, is existent here. The conference was still in session early this afternoon. Prior to the meeting, Chief Good, however, the mayor

  • Together2

    (Dear Webb Weekly Family, I have missed the last two editions due to having carpal tunnel surgery. I’m glad to be back at my keyboard and again sharing faith conversations with all of you. Much to my surprise, the world fell apart during my absence. Sorry about that. I’ll be more careful in the future.

  • Never Give In-Resilience in Troubled Times0

    With all of the doom and gloom in the news and on social media lately, I would be remiss if I did not mention the grit of this great community. Surely, it is not perfect. Like everywhere else, there is crime, and the darker side of humanity occasionally comes to the fore, but there is

  • The Roving Sportsman…0

    Find the Silver Lining We are in the midst of rather difficult times, with indications that things are “out of our hands” and we must be patient as the medical industry develops an answer to this current medical pandemic — the Chinese coronavirus. Directions and guidelines are relayed to us daily and sometimes almost hourly

  • Pandemic0

    Well that escalated quickly! I hate to be one of those people since everywhere we go it’s talk about the coronavirus. People are scared, worried and concerned. I get it. When you go to the store and all the eggs, pasta, toilet paper, and meat are gone from the shelves of all the local grocery

  • Work From Home Wardrobe0

    It has been an interesting time for all of us, especially if you find yourself working from home under less than ideal circumstances. Having worked from home sporadically over the years, the idea of typing away all day in pajamas may sound appealing, but, by Day Two, it can actually become quite a drag. From

  • Hanging In0

    These are scary times. Unprecedented kids. The good folks at the Webb Weekly ask me to chime in each week. I usually write an article on something that deals with sports. But man, there really isn’t much to talk about.  We have been without any professional play. MLB, MLS, the NHL, the NBA and the

  • Where Were You?0

    ? “Where were you when the world stopped turning” inquired country singer Alan Jackson in his 2002 hit song recorded as a tribute to the victims of 9/11 and a reminder to the American public to stay strong and persevere. Most of us can recall where we were and what we were doing when those

  • This Week’s LION: Coronavirus Chronicles0

    We are in truly remarkable times. Consider the past one hundred years, and what events stopped this country in its tracks. There was Pearl Harbor (1941), Kennedy’s assassination (1963), the 911 attacks (2001), and now the COVID (Crisis/Scare?) of 2020. Yes, there have certainly been headline-grabbing events over past decades such as Watergate in the

  • Coming to Grips With the Coronavirus0

    The very last thing I wanted to discuss this week is the Coronavirus/COVID-19. I just cringe every time I hear it mentioned. I have my theories, thoughts, and complete befuddlement over the matter, but it just does not seem appropriate to share at this time. One’s quality of life begins with health and wellbeing. This

  • A Lot Going On0

    Whew. There is a lot going on in the world right now. I’m not going to go into all the rights and wrongs of it. But I am going to encourage common sense. I’m going to give you the basics straight from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), so please follow what they are telling

  • Montoursville Wrestlers Bring Home Hardware from Hershey0

    Montoursville wrestlers were a force at the PIAA Class 2A Individual Wrestling Championships held at the Giant Center in Hershey. In all, five wrestlers represented their team, high school, and community. Of the five young men, Branden Wentzel (106) and Cameron Wood (220) took gold. In addition to two first place finishes, Dylan Bennett (182)

  • The “Lure” of Bass Fishing0

    I suppose a better name for this piece would be “The lures of bass fishing” — plural instead of singular. Anybody who has ever gotten serious about their bass fishing fully understands what I mean when I say plural is more applicable; in fact, it’s a gross understatement. When I first got into bass fishing

  • Spring, the Other Sweater Weather0

    Spring can be such a tricky time of year, some days are bright and sunny, while others are wet and muddy. As the days start to get longer, you may be tempted to pull out all of your warm-weather wear. However, this transitional season is still prime sweater weather, unlike crisp fall days that call

  • The Roving Sportsman… Patterning Your Shotgun0

    Recently, I wrote about the wisdom of taking the time to pattern your shotgun – now let’s look at a few factors in actually making sure your trusty old shotgun is really shooting as it should be. This is not difficult, it does not have to be time consuming and by patterning your gun you


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