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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: Moving Day Ahead?0

    Lycoming County government has a big problem. Quite simply, it owns more property than it needs. Here is the inventory — the primary facility where the county commissioners and the bulk of county offices are located is the Executive Plaza building, which sits behind another county property, the Lycoming County Courthouse. The County Prison is,

  • County Hall Corner: Broadening the Broadband0

    The study of history is not as appreciated as it once was, but there are some important lessons to be learned from the past. One of these is from the process of economic development in the rural areas of the United States that took place in the early to middle part of the 20th century.

  • County Hall Corner: The High Cost of Delinquency0

    A rather interesting debate occurred at the work session of the County Commissioners on June 18th when Commissioner Tony Mussare questioned Ed Robbins, Director of Juvenile Probation, rather intensely over the cost of sending at-risk youth to the George Junior Republic complex at Grove City, PA. Commissioner Mussare was gagging over the price tag of

  • This Week’s LION: Ex-Congressman Tom Marino0

    When Tom Marino was elected for his fifth term of office for the U.S. House of Representatives, he was confident it would be his last campaign. What Tom did not expect was a life-threatening illness the first week of January of this year that almost cost him his life. It was a terribly difficult decision,

  • County Hall Corner: Family Court Division Gets New Home0

    Every organization has that one job that everyone wants to avoid. Believe it or not, the county court system has one too — and it is called Family Court. Senior Judge Dudley Anderson admitted this openly at a ribbon cutting ceremony held at the Lycoming County Court House on Monday, June 17th. He noted that

  • This Week’s LION: American Rescue Workers Fresh Start Program0

    There is an old, old saying that is better to give a hand up than a hand out. It is a simple saying, but it is a challenge to implement. A good example is the work of the American Rescue Workers (ARW) and their support to men and women who have just been released from

  • County Hall Corner: Good Job and Goodbye0

    It is sometimes a tedious task to cover the Lycoming County Commissioner’s Meetings, but Thursday, June 13th was not one of those times. In fact, to be honest, I personally was never more proud of my county than I was through that meeting. It began with a presentation of Job Well Done pins awarded to

  • County Hall Corner: Full STEAM Ahead0

    For many youngsters, summer means going to summer camp. Many people will attest that it was at a summer camp that their life turned around, or they found their faith or calling in life, or maybe even met their life mate. But there are those that cannot afford this opportunity, and among those are young

  • This Week’s LION: Memories of Father Manno0

    If ever there was a Leader in Our Neighborhood (LION) it was Father John Manno, who passed away on May 30th at the age of 78. Tributes to the man poured in throughout the region because he touched many lives far beyond his own parish. Much has been written about this extraordinary individual, but I

  • True Memorial Day0

    Now that the holiday is over, it is worth taking some time to check out some local sites that deserve a look. Located at West Fourth Street and Wahoo Drive in Williamsport is the Lycoming County Veterans Memorial Park. The drive is named after the USS Wahoo, a submarine that was lost with all hands