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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: The Art of Argument0

    There are ebbs and flows in any organization; times when it seems that all hell has broken loose, and other times when there is hardly anything happening at all. This was evident with county government during the month of August. The weekly County Commissioners’ meeting agenda would have two or three action items, whereas it

  • County Hall Corner: Grass is Greener Where?0

    Lycoming County Commissioner Tony Mussare made an interesting comment at a recent meeting stating that it is not unusual for him to be contacted by Lycoming County natives who have left the area, but still follow what is happening back here. It is not a great surprise, however. A rather unknown fact about Pennsylvania is

  • This Week’s LION: Katelyn Taylor – LyCo Dairy Maid

    This Week’s LION: Katelyn Taylor – LyCo Dairy Maid0

    For a bibliophile, it is finding an unusual limited edition book. For a philatelist, it is finding a rare stamp. For a leadership guru, it is finding a young person who not only has the potential for leadership but is already a leader! Getting elected as a class officer in high school is not based

  • County Hall Corner: Blue is the Color of Hope0

    The past few weeks have caused many to wonder about the safety of the city of Williamsport. Crime makes headlines, of course, but behind the scenes is a remarkable corps of servants in blue who are changing the culture in the city, and deserve some recognition for the effort. We are talking about the Williamsport

  • This Week’s LION: Williamsport Police Chief Damon Hagan0

    As was noted in this last week’s County Hall Corner, Williamsport Police Chief Damon Hagan conducted an important press conference to address the recent number of shootings in the city of Williamsport. Only in the position of chief of police since January of this year, Hagan inherited a department that was suffering from low morale

  • County Hall Corner: The Guns of August0

    A special press conference was held at the Williamsport City Hall on Tuesday, August 6th, to address the rash of recent shootings in the city. It was held by Mayor Campana, Williamsport Police Chief Damon Hagan and Captain Sherman Shadle of the Pennsylvania State Police. The attendees included all three Lycoming County Commissioners, the entire

  • County Hall Corner: Moving On0

    Stress is caused by an event that results in an upheaval from the norm. In stress inventories, death of a spouse always tops the list, followed by other troubles such as losing a job or coming down with a serious illness. But also high on the list is moving a living habitation, which obviously grows

  • This Week’s LION: Steve Brady and the Covation Center0

    Ask many people what their perfect job would be, and they would respond to own their own business. The idea of being one’s own boss is appealing, but the reality is that simply because a person has a valuable skill or talent, it doesn’t mean they have the knowledge necessary for running their own business.

  • County Hall Corner: Counting You In – the 2020 Census0

    The year was 1790, and George Washington had barely been sworn in as president Congress authorized complying with Article 1, Section 2 of the U.S. Constitution, which required the federal government to conduct a census of the country, and continue to do so every ten years. On August 2, 1790, the country had its first

  • This Week’s LION Kaleb Daniels: Intern Extraordinaire

    This Week’s LION Kaleb Daniels: Intern Extraordinaire2

    The comic strip “Dilbert” mocks the contemporary business office. There is a character by the name of Asok, who is a brilliant young intern whose wisdom is not appreciated, and thus ends up doing the most menial of tasks. (Example: “Hey, my staple remover is broken. Somebody toss that intern to me.”) Scott Adams, the