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South Williamsport, PA
United States

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  • A Presidential Congratulations On Your Graduation0

    With all that the Class of 2020 has endured during what was supposed to be that special senior year, they deserve a presidential quality commencement speech. What local high school graduations are going to look like this year is still swirling in the wind at press time. So, I looked to the Oval Office of

  • Celebrating the Class of 2020

    Celebrating the Class of 20200

    This week we are celebrating the senior classes of 2020! Congratulations to all the graduates! I know that none of you expected your senior year to end this way. No one could have really seen that coming. No prom, senior skip day, none of the lasts that you were looking forward to celebrating. But, that

  • Facts, Fiction and You’re Fired, Governor Wolf and Dr. Levine1

    A tip of my Webb Weekly cap with the American Flag on it to Mr. Paul Butters who reached out to me and was very disappointed that there would be no traditional Memorial Mass and Remembrance at Saint Boniface Cemetery. For whatever reason, the guidelines the Catholic Church are following deems it nonessential per Governor

  • Seniors, Small Business and a Summer Giveaway

    Seniors, Small Business and a Summer Giveaway0

    Memorial Day has passed, and we are onto summer! Hopefully, we will be making progress towards the fabled “Green” territory and returning to life as normal soon. Here at Webb Weekly we are continuing to focus on the good. Seniors, small businesses and our Summer Cookout Giveaway! This week’s Senior is Lydia Smith from Williamsport

  • Stand for the Flag, Kneel for the Fallen, And Celebrate Freedom0

    “Give me liberty or give me death.” Those impassioned words from Patrick Henry swayed the Congress of Virginia to join the Revolutionary War effort and fight to secure the birth of a free nation. Virginia was instrumental in providing troops and weaponry. This occurred in 1775 at the 2nd Virginia Congressional Convention, in attendance were

  • Memorial Day and The Class of 20200

    Memorial Day is meant to honor those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the defense of our Country. Three years after the Civil War ended, on May 5, 1868, the head of an organization of Union veterans — the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) — established Decoration Day as a time for the

  • They’re Leading Us Down a Primrose Path1

    We seem to have a lot of new readers to the Webb Weekly. Some of the hard copy, many online, and the majority directed through social media. To all, I welcome you. My contact information is always on page 4, and you may reach out to me any way you would like. I try to

  • Alex Reed – Loyalsock High School Class of 2020

    Alex Reed – Loyalsock High School Class of 20202

    When I graduated from high school in approximately 1872, South Williamsport High School was doing construction on the football field, so instead of graduating at Rodney K. Morgans Stadium, we graduated in right field at Lamade Stadium. I imagine that it took a lot of finagling for SWASD to get that done, and up until

  • Moms, Grads and the Family Business

    Moms, Grads and the Family Business0

    Well, it is great to see May at the top of the calendar. What an amazing time of year. To me, it marks the unofficial kick-off to summer. Longer days, warmer nights combined with just so much to be celebrated and appreciated on God’s green Earth. There’s never been a time when a mother’s love

  • Happy Mother’s Day0

    EXTRA! EXTRA! READ ALL ABOUT IT! It’s Mother’s Day this Sunday!! I’ve been running my Mother’s Day list for a couple of year, making updates and adjustments as we go, but I feel like it’s a pretty dang good list, so Happy Mother’s Day to all! You may be celebrating differently this year, but be

  • Mask Hysteria and Coroner Kiessling on Point3

    A tip of my Webb Weekly cap with the American Flag on the side to everyone that reached out to me about last week’s column. You Can Kiss My Mask – The Attempted Oppression of Our Life Liberty and Happiness. The response was overwhelmingly positive, and it was great to talk with so many red,

  • How to Wear and Take Care of a Mask0

    It’s another week of the shutdown. How are y’all holding up? Doin’ OK? Keeping safe and happy? I know, it’s starting to get rough. People are frustrated and cranky and trying their best to keep everything together. Especially those that are spending far more time at home than they ever imagined. I’m still going to