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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: Something New is a Happenin’ Here1

    There is a theory in psychology about first impressions that has been popularized by Malcolm Gladwell in his book, Blink: the Power of Thinking Without Thinking. It is a little bit misleading because this process does involve thinking, just not the way we generally think about thinking. This theory postulates that our initial impressions are

  • This Week’s LION: Uncle Sam Wants You!0

    In the “Year of the Volunteer,” it is worth honoring those who choose to serve their country in the Armed Forces of the United States of America. Though these are not generally thought of as “volunteers” in the usual sense of the term, it is a choice that entails more than an occupation. This is

  • This Week’s LION: It’s Here! The Year of the Volunteer!0

    This weekly column is devoted to recognizing LIONS — “Leaders in our Neighborhood.” These are individuals that do not make headlines, receive very little recognition, but are quietly going above and beyond in their particular field or venture. For 2020, there is going to be a particular emphasis that will be in every week’s column

  • County Hall Corner: Two Worlds – One Family?0

    Since 2020 is a presidential election year, and what happens in Washington, D.C. significantly impacts what happens in our area, I am going to periodically present an outlook from a higher view than local politics. The year 2020 promises to be like few others in American history. Both sides of the political spectrum predict a

  • This Week’s LION: LION of the Year — The Young & Amazing0

    One of my favorite exercises at the end of the year is to review all my columns throughout the year. I began writing LION (Leaders In Our Neighborhood) features in April of 2014, and I am always surprised how each year seems to have a certain theme. In 2018, it was good people passing away.

  • County Hall Corner: 2019: Not an “Off” Year0

    In political parlance, an election year that does not have any gubernatorial or national offices on the ballot is considered an “off” year. This means that the turnout will be expected to be low, as all the races are for the most local, and these generally do not arise much passion in the general electorate.

  • The Week’s LION: Holiday with a Heart0

    Is there any other holiday that has so many traditions associated with it? Everything from Christmas caroling to baking cookies to candlelight services to Candy Cane Lane, the activities surrounding Christmas and New Years are almost endless. There are personal traditions, like Scott Metzger, the new Lycoming County Commissioner who for the past 39 years

  • This Week’s LION: Anne Reiner, Millennial Media Entrepreneur

    This Week’s LION: Anne Reiner, Millennial Media Entrepreneur0

    How do most folks in Lycoming County get information about their region? The local daily newspaper has been suffering a shrinking readership and subscriptions for some time now. Newspaper circulars in restaurants and grocery stores have some local items, generally revolved around school activities, sporting events, or award presentations. Webb Weekly has a unique niche

  • County Hall Corner: Voter Rights and Wrongs0

    As Lycoming County voters noticed at the recent election, there was a new voting system introduced to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. It involves a paper ballot that is inserted into a scanner — a verifiable and auditable ballot. While we might blame our Harrisburg bureaucrats for this, the blame should be pointed further south, all

  • This Week’s LION: Community Relations Board at Allenwood FCC0

    When the Allenwood Federal Corrections Complex opened in 1993, there were some concerned citizens that lived nearby. One of these was a feisty mother of seven, named Liz Steward, who lived about a mile away from the new facility. She had spent years in the 1970s and 80s wrestling with Lycoming County over their efforts