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  • All Made Possible by the American Soldier0

    A Webb Weekly salute to our servicemen and women that gave all to provide our precious freedom. From the Revolutionary War to our current global conflicts and War on Terror, the way of life we know as Americans has been paid for by the blood of those willing to make the ultimate sacrifice. A heartfelt

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  • Friendship, Positivity and Community0

    There is a group of local business folks that get together each week to discuss the world’s problems and much more. I will refer to them as my friends of the round table, even though the table we sit at is more of an oval shaped countertop — that just sounds better. The topics most

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  • You Can Learn a Lot From a Song0

    “I believe most people are good and most mamas oughta qualify for sainthood.” This line is from country star Luke Bryan’s hit “Most People Are Good,” please Google and listen if you haven’t heard it. It’s also a great segue to Happy Mother’s Day! As far as the sainthood I definitely agree with Luke. Thank

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  • Tums or Rolaids Won’t Fix This Gas Problem.0

    I cover a lot of ground in my travels around the Keystone State. One thing that has always been frustrating is the poor condition of our highways. It amazes me how I can leave Pennsylvania on a washboard, potholed covered highway and drive into an adjacent state that the road is as smooth as glass.

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  • Hoops, Justice and a Place to Play0

    It is great to see basketball back at Memorial Park. Tip of my Webb Weekly cap to Mayor Gabriel Campana and his efforts on getting this done. When the basketball hoops were taken down a few years back, I was not a fan of the decision. I reached out to Mayor Campana and let my

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  • Love, Life and Selflessness: Easter Thoughts from Father Manno

    Love, Life and Selflessness: Easter Thoughts from Father Manno0

    Father Manno is one of my favorite people in our neighborhood of the West Branch Valley. When we get together, we can talk all day, about everything from the Catholic Church to Ebbets Field and when his dad played for the Boston Braves. Before I get to our discussion about Lent and Easter, just let

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  • Alize – Paying Hoop Dreams Forward

    Alize – Paying Hoop Dreams Forward0

    Several years back, I was helping coach a very talented Loyalsock 8th grade basketball team. Datres, Little, Sosa, Baggett, Pastore and my son Jimmy were the mainstays on the roster. I had the pleasure of working with these boys since the time they were in third grade, and they looked forward to playing the best

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  • I’m Tired of Watching Elected Lifestyles of the Rich and Infamous1

    I’m not going to waste my words on the Mueller Report and Russia. It needs to be put in the rearview mirror. Nor on the despicable Jussie Smollett and the Cooke County DA’s Office. That has the fingerprints of former President Barack Obama all over it. I want to try to stay positive and approach

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  • Great to See You, Coach!0

    I walked in the office a few weeks back, and standing at the counter was a very special person in my life. It’s hard to even fathom that it’s been over four decades since we first met. He exemplifies the importance of having a great person as a coach when you first begin playing sports.

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  • Our Nation has Become Zombified0

    I have never been a fan of zombies. I remember in the late 70s when “Dawn of the Dead” was the big movie. I had no interest in seeing it. When I go to the movies, I want to laugh and be entertained. I have never been into the blood, gore, and things that go

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