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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: Keeping the Ship on a Steady Course0

    The Lycoming County Commissioners are doing their very best to keep a steady hand on the helm, and they should be commended for their efforts. The work session on Tuesday, March 17th was heavy on substantial work. Among other things was the approval of Tom Heaps’s reorganization of the Prothonotary/Central Collections/Assessment office. Similar to the

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  • This Week’s LION: Coronavirus Chronicles0

    We are in truly remarkable times. Consider the past one hundred years, and what events stopped this country in its tracks. There was Pearl Harbor (1941), Kennedy’s assassination (1963), the 911 attacks (2001), and now the COVID (Crisis/Scare?) of 2020. Yes, there have certainly been headline-grabbing events over past decades such as Watergate in the

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  • This Week’s LION: Resource (Foster) Parents0

    One of the difficulties in growing older is not just the decline in physical vibrancy and mental alertness but also adjusting to the new meanings of words. In my lifetime, “liking” someone meant more than checking a box on a screen, a “tweet” was a sound from a small bird, and a “meltdown” was reserved

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  • County Hall Corner: Help Wanted0

    There are state and federal job openings, so spread the word! For starters, the United States Census Bureau is still looking for help in knocking on doors after April 1st. Between March 12-20, a notification will be sent to every home, inviting them to participate in the census either online, by phone, or by mail.

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  • Saint Patrick’s Day is for Everyone0

    Who was Saint Patrick? Originally born near the end of the fourth century in Britain, probably Wales, he was captured by Irish pirates in his teens and was forced to work as a shepherd. In his early twenties, Patrick was able to escape and return to Britain, and sometime later had some kind of visionary

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  • County Hall Corner: Fossil Laws0

    A fossil is a plant or animal that was once alive, but after death, rather than decaying, it became set in stone and left an imprint of itself in stone. This is a good description of certain laws that made sense many, many moons ago when they originally came into being, but have long since

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  • County Hall Corner – Annabel R. Miller: A True Public Servant0

    Some terms, like fashions, go out of style. One of those terms is “public servant.” Once upon a time, an individual who worked for the government would generally have to make significant sacrifices. But over the past decades with the emergence of unionization and increased benefits, the term that is more often used today is

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  • The Week’s LION: Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Lycoming County0

    Positions Open: Candidates do not need special talents or abilities, but those that would fill these opening must have an open heart, a kind disposition, and a willingness to be a mentor, listener, and friend for a child facing adversity. The benefit package is the satisfaction of knowing that you can change the life of a

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  • This Week’s LION: The Church Volunteer0

    There have been lots and lots of studies done to explain the decline of volunteerism in the last few decades, attributing it to things like the breakdown of the family, increased mobility, growth of the suburbs, etc. One area that is rarely mentioned is the decrease in church membership. In previous generations, church life was

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  • County Hall Corner: Golf is Not a Four-Letter Word0

    The Lycoming County Commissioners are moving toward selling off portions of the White Deer Golf Course area but have recently discovered a governmental glitch. It seems that due to a condition that came with receiving federal funds for the purchase of the property decades ago prevents it from being used for anything but recreational use.

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