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  • Halloween Crafts for Kids

    Halloween Crafts for Kids0

    I know, I know, it’s not quite Halloween yet, but that doesn’t mean that spooky season isn’t in full swing. With that in mind, I have a couple of crafts for the little to help kill time until Trick-or-Treating! This is also the 2nd week of our Guessing Ghosts contest, so be sure to keep

  • More Frightening than a Ghost Story0

    I think editor Steph made a great choice for our annual Halloween contest. This year, the kids will be Guessing Ghosts. She has all the details and information on the next page. My favorite part of the kids showing off their counting skills is when the winners come in to pick up the prizes. I

  • Spooky Season has Arrived! Guessing Ghosts Contest!0

    Boys and Girls! Gather ‘round! Step right up and play the game! Everyone has a chance to win a prize! It is time once again for Webb Weekly’s annual Halloween contest! This is one of my favorite Webb Weekly moments of the year! This year, we will take a ghostly turn as we count the

  • A One Term Bite or a Lifetime Attachment0

    As I fell asleep the night before my press deadline, I was thinking about how to begin my article. Should I find a positive, common-sense approach, or should I just go with the biting — sorry if you don’t like it; that’s the way it works. Fortunately for me, Mother Nature and my 4-legged feline

  • Breast Cancer Awareness Month: More Than Awareness0

    The theme for this year’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month is More Than Awareness. According to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, “For the 31 days of Breast Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM), pink ribbons appear as the impact of breast cancer is brought to the forefront of national conversation. But we know that to help those facing

  • Italian Penicillin

    Italian Penicillin0

    It’s officially fall, which means I have gone completely into stay home and cook mode. I made goulash this week and have chili on my mind for this weekend (well last weekend for y’all). The chillier weather just makes me crave comfort food. Pasta, soups and stews, I can’t resist any of it, and it’s

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    There are often a lot of jokes to be made about living in a small town. Some ‘big city folk’ think there is nothing to be said for living in a small town. I disagree. Community. Community is to be said for a small town. Support for the people you live with, even if you

  • Two Decades of Helping You Find the Guy0

    As most of you who read my column regularly know — I love to use musical references and lyrics occasionally. As we have quietly been celebrating our 20th year of publishing the Webb Weekly, The Steve Miller Band seemed to hit it right on the nose with the words — time keeps on slipping, slipping,

  • Becoming a Dog Person

    Becoming a Dog Person0

    I had never considered myself to be a dog person. Not that I was anti-dog or anything; I just didn’t think they were for me. I was always a cat lady (and still am!). When Steve started talking about getting a dog four-ish years ago, I was a little hesitant. But I figured I’d be

  • Remembrance, Understanding And Education0

    It was a beautiful, sun-drenched, latesummer morning. It appeared all was right in the world. The early day’s sun was still very warm, the smell of fall was in the air. I dropped my sons off for school and daycare. Jimmy had just started kindergarten, and Hunter was a very young preschooler. I was looking

  • Never Forget0

    “Even the smallest act of service, the simplest act of kindness, is a way to honor those we lost, a way to reclaim that spirit of unity that followed 9/11.” – President Barack Obama Monday will mark the 22nd anniversary of the 9/11 Terrorist Attacks on the US. After you enjoy your weekend with friends,

  • The Tuesday After Labor Day0

    As August is about to be in the rear-view mirror, I have so many thoughts as the kids head back to school. I am sure many parents, grandparents, and those who take care of the kids over the summer are happy to hear the words “school’s open,” which I always follow up with “drive safely”