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  • You Can Kiss My Mask7

    The Attempted Oppression of Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness “Those who would give up liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.” Benjamin Franklin The United States of America was founded on this single principle — FREEDOM. Our founding fathers understood that limiting government power was the key to

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  • Read a Book0

    Another week of ‘Stay-at-Home’ orders down, and Lord only knows how many more to go. For those that are cooped up at home, I hope you are keeping safe and sane. I know that for some of you, official schoolwork at home started this week, and I hope you are navigating that OK. I know,

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  • Penns Woods, Positivity and Special People0

    A tip of my Webb Weekly cap with the American Flag on the side to everyone that calls our special section of Penns Woods home. You have all done an amazing job during this most difficult time in American history. By committing to and following all the guidelines that have been recommended by our state

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  • Take a Walk0

    “I’m taking a walk, I’m going outside, I’m taking a walk” Each week I keep hoping I’ll have something to discuss with you that isn’t COVID-related. I’m sorry to say this ain’t the week and next isn’t looking real good either. But, I keep trying to find the silver-lining in things. I think it’s vitally

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  • Observation, Contemplation And Construction

    Observation, Contemplation And Construction0

    “Christ has died, Christ is risen, Christ will come again.” Wow, what powerful words! Most probably recognize this from being recited or sung just after communion. This depends on which local church and religion you choose. It is my understanding that it is known as the Memorial Acclamation. As most are observing Holy Week and

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  • Happy Easter!0

    Happy Easter everyone! I hope that you are keeping safe, healthy and home! I know this is going to be a different kind of Easter this year, but I’m hoping to help everyone out with some fun at-home Easter activities that will keep kids entertained and feeling the Easter spirit. You can’t go out to

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  • Who Would’ve Ever Thunk It?0

    What an amazing week it was in the West Branch Valley. Normally, each happening would result in a cover story; however, with so many great things going on, that just wasn’t possible. I will provide a quick overview of each and be following up with more specifics in the future. I’ll begin with the top

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  • Eat Local

    Eat Local0

    I wish all that is happening in the world was one big April Fool’s joke. However, it is not. But please don’t panic. We will all get through this with some common sense, compassion, and patience. I’ll start by saying the same things I’ve been saying for two weeks. Wash your hands. Stay home when

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  • The Power of Positivity and Keeping Local Business Strong0

    Before I get started this week, I have a quick suggestion on how to start your day in a more positive way. When you’re getting going in the AM, grab that cup of coffee, let the dog out and go about your everyday morning ritual with one little twist. If you have a four-legged friend,

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  • Shop Local0

    Obviously, at Webb Weekly, we depend on local business. We have hundreds of local businesses that run with us each week. Boroughs, townships, cities, municipalities all depend on local business. Right now, however, your local businesses are depending on YOU. Things are weird right now to say the least. Businesses are closed, you can’t sit

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  • Coming to Grips With the Coronavirus0

    The very last thing I wanted to discuss this week is the Coronavirus/COVID-19. I just cringe every time I hear it mentioned. I have my theories, thoughts, and complete befuddlement over the matter, but it just does not seem appropriate to share at this time. One’s quality of life begins with health and wellbeing. This

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  • A Lot Going On0

    Whew. There is a lot going on in the world right now. I’m not going to go into all the rights and wrongs of it. But I am going to encourage common sense. I’m going to give you the basics straight from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), so please follow what they are telling

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