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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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  • The Week’s LION: Very Special Judge Marc Lovecchio0

    There is an adage that an expert is someone that is at least fifty miles from his hometown. The reason is that we often take for granted those who are closest to us. This column has noted on many occasions that the Lycoming County government has frequently been recognized for excellence on a statewide basis,

  • County Hall Corner: God Rested…and so should we0

    The Lycoming County Commissioners are taking a two-week break from meetings — partially to attend some CCAP (County Commissioners of Pennsylvania) seminars and partially to campaign. Having followed these commissioner meetings for four years now, experience has shown that when they reconvene, there generally is someone who stands up and castigates them for taking time

  • The Week’s LION: The City Council Candidates0

    Adam Yoder, a Republican running for Williamsport City Council in the upcoming election, has been door-knocking for months to promote his candidacy. He estimates that he has met several thousand people, who generally express to him their concerns about taxes and public safety. But, he notes, one of the questions he is often asked is

  • County Hall Corner: Heads up, Voters!0

    Next Tuesday, Lycoming County will be voting for several local offices, as well as for retention for a few state and county state judges. There will be some serious changes when you walk into your voting precinct location next week. What has not changed is that some identification must be shown. This is to verify

  • This Week’s LION: Happy Birthday, Smokey Bear!0

    “Everyone loves you, Smokey!” So exclaimed a third-grade pupil at the Montgomery Area Elementary School, shortly after her class had its picture taken with the world’s most famous bear at a fire-prevention presentation by the Clinton Twp. Volunteer Fire Company. Each of the students were moving away after their picture, preparing for the next class

  • County Hall Corner: Building the Best Bridge0

    If you live or work in Lycoming County, there is a very good chance that on any given day, you are likely to cross a bridge. Bridges are so common that they just seem like part of the road. We rarely think about bridges until one gets closed — and then it seems like the

  • County Hall Corner: Sleeping with the Enemy0

    There is a folklore tale that the origin of the “Rule of Thumb” dates back to Sir Francis Buller, an eighteenth-century British judge who determined that a man may beat his wife with a stick no wider than his thumb. There is no record that he made such a statement, but even if it is

  • County Hall Corner: A Fivesome at the Forum0

    It was an unusually hot evening for the first day of October, where the small Eagle Grange #1 in Montgomery, located along Rt. 15 just a short distance from the White Deer Golf Course, saw a packed house watch and listen to the five candidates running for the position of Lycoming County Commissioner engage in

  • This Week’s LION: Overachiever Jacob Stopper

    This Week’s LION: Overachiever Jacob Stopper0

    In covering various candidates for the upcoming election, I discovered that both Scott Metzger, running for Lycoming County Commissioner, and Eric Beiter, running for Williamsport city mayor, have the same campaign manager. His name is Jacob Stopper from Loyalsock Township. It takes an exceptional person to manage two high-profile campaigns such as this, and he

  • County Hall Corner: Speak up, Citizens!0

    At a typical County Commissioners Meeting, when the official business is completed and right before the public is allowed to address the commissioners, there is a time designated as “Commissioner Comments.” This is generally the time when the individual commissioners will comment on some action that has been taken or perhaps lay the groundwork for