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- May 27, 2020
Happy Fourth of July fellow Americans! No one celebrates their freedom and the founding of our great Nation as we do. I hope everyone takes the time to reflect on our freedom and explain what Independence Day is all about to our children. That being said, I thought it’d be fun to take a look
The Fourth of July has long been one of my favorite holidays. Not only do we get to celebrate the independence of our country, but we get to do it with fireworks and picnic food — which happen to be some of my favorite things! Plus, unlike other holidays, there’s no pressure with the 4th.
There’s nothing better than summer in the Susquehanna Valley. With only a couple days of June left to play out it can only mean one thing. The celebration of America known as the 4th of July is right around the corner. Family reunions, picnics, barbecues serving the best summer cuisine will be found everywhere. Of
In a world where you can have anything delivered direct to your door, it’s easy to forget that local businesses depend on their local communities to stay afloat. I honestly believe that supporting those in your community is more critical now than ever. And one of the easiest ways to do that is by visiting
There has never been a time in American history when our president’s every move becomes instant news, as it does in the world of today. From CNN to Fox, and everything in between. The real news and real fake news is available in an instant on television and at the tips of your fingers on
Seriously y’all, it has been a week for sure. I have seen and read some things this week that would make your hair curl. Some was horrifying, and some was just downright weird. But that’s OK. We don’t let the hate and weirdness get us down. We gather ourselves, try to continue our lives with
Before I get started, a tip of the Colorado Rockies hat to Kyle Datres. The former Loyalsock Township grad was drafted to begin his professional baseball career within the Rockies organization. At press time the North Carolina junior was hoping to lead his team to the College World Series. More on this next week. For
So last year when I wrote about Pride Month, I got a lot of mixed reactions. I received a lot of really nice phone calls and emails, and I also got a bit of hate. For those who sent me hate — you may want to stop reading now. Cause I’m going to be straight
The words every student up and down the Susquehanna Valley couldn’t wait to hear. I’ve been out of school longer than I care to admit, but that phrase still brings a smile to my face. I must also give Alice Cooper credit for the kickoff-to-summertime anthem of the same words. Although I don’t know if
As you know, Webb Weekly has always tried to give as much coverage as possible to anything related to drug prevention in our area. It seems, sometimes, if there aren’t reports of dozens of heroin overdoses in the news, the opiod epidemic in our area and across the country can get pushed to the wayside.
Congratulations to all the graduates of the Class of 2018! Our area is blessed to have so many talented young people; I am amazed by what they accomplish in today’s world. Whether it is academically, musically or athletically there’s more being achieved than ever before. Take a moment to congratulate those special people in your
As of this writing, I am preparing for the Memorial Day weekend, and all I can say is, holy stuff to do Batman! We have a lot going on this weekend and I need to bring something to eat to a couple of them. So while by the time you read this, Memorial Day will