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    Larry Stout

    Larry W. Stout, Ph.D., MBA, Webb Weekly Feature Writer/Clinton Township Supervisor/Leadership Consultant & Trainer. Larry has worn lots of hats over the years; military veteran, pastor, college, university professor, missionary to the former Soviet Union and currently a supervisor for Clinton Township and board member on eight different community organizations. He is a native of Montgomery, graduating from Montgomery Area High School in 1970, who married his high school sweetheart Debbie, and together they have raised two sons and two daughters, one of which is adopted, but they cannot remember which one.

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  • County Hall Corner: What a Ride!0

    By the time you read this column, the 9/11 Memorial Ride will probably have come and gone. If you live in Lycoming County, there is a good chance that you had the opportunity to see the waves and waves of motorcycles going by with their American flags waving behind them. With thousands of riders each

  • County Hall Corner: Here Comes da Flood0

    Psychologists tell us that our mind cannot hold two contrary thoughts in our mind and believe that both are true. But, unfortunately, many homeowners in our area must do just that very thing. Here it goes — a person knows they cannot afford flood insurance for their home, and they also know that there is

  • County Hall Corner: Wet Weather Woes1

    If it seems that we have had a very wet summer, it is because we have. National Weather Service reports that 11.99 inches of rain (let’s call it 12 inches), fell in Williamsport in the month of July, with the normal amount being 4.34 inches. July 2018 ranks as the wettest July on record, shattering

  • County Hall Corner: The Big “C”0

    I now have reached the Big C — the centennial article on my coverage of Lycoming County’s government in action. It has taken over 40 months, attendance in a couple of hundred meetings, engagement in hundreds more private meetings, and discussions with individuals and small groups, to ultimately produce these 100 articles for Webb Weekly’s

  • County Hall Corner: Quiet Leadership0

    At the Webb Weekly Christmas Dinner in 2015, Jim Webb Jr. took me aside and said, “Larry, we really like your Leader in Our Neighborhood features, but we would love for you to write more.” I responded, “Sure, but what ‘more’ do you have in mind?” After a number of weeks exploring the pros and

  • County Hall Corner: Two for the Show0

    This is the second half of the County Hall Corner series featuring the personal perspectives of the tenure of the three Lycoming County Commissioners. Last week I featured Jack McKernan, the chairman of the board of commissioners, and this week I will highlight the two remaining commissioners — Rick Mirabito and Tony Mussare. Next week

  • This Week’s LION: Mike Sherman – Soccer Visionary0

    Soccer has been continually growing in popularity among young people, and one of the reasons may be people like Mike Sherman. A native of Watsontown, Mike played high school soccer at Warrior Run High School, and then went on to play for Penn State-Hazelton, where he made All-Conference as a forward. Going to main campus

  • County Hall Corner: Nothing Happened0

    A rule in the journalistic world is that if it bleeds, it leads. Truth be told, the more sensational, the more likely the public will want to hear it and read about it. Webb Weekly is a different kind of newspaper in that it actually believes that many people like to read about ‘good’ things

  • A Lesson in Leadership0

    A very basic rule in business is that managers manage and leaders lead. Both are important. Every company, large or small, lives or dies on how well those in management are able to get the most out of whatever resource they manage. However, this is all based on maintaining a status quo. What happens, though,

  • County Hall Corner: A Pledge and a Prayer0

    According to group psychologists, every organization has a certain number of habits, rituals, and practices that define it. These form the organization’s particular “culture.” In the most basic way, it says to those on the outside, “this is how we do things around here.” This culture becomes apparent when newcomers walk into the weekly meeting