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  • Happy Halloween…0

    Happy Halloween… Hey y’all! It’s fall and Halloween is tomorrow! It’s not our Halloween issue without the announcement of the winner of our Halloween contest! Congratulations to the following winners of our Marking Mummies Contest! – Blaze Sherman – Sarah Hodrick – Elsie English – Danielle Metzger – Jairus Young – Parker Flahart – Isabella

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  • Halloween Safety Tips Are Important For Everyone, Every Year

    Halloween Safety Tips Are Important For Everyone, Every Year0

    As our little ghosts, goblins and ghouls go out this year to have a “spooktacular” time “trick-or-treating,” it is always important to bear in mind various safety tips that will help keep their Halloween hijinks a little safer and fun for them. We at Webb Weekly present the following safety tips that we hope you

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  • Trick or Treat!

    Trick or Treat!0

    It feels like it wasn’t many years ago that I was looking forward to getting dressed up to go out trick or treating. Mom would stay home and pass out candy, and dad would walk my little brother and I around the neighborhood going from door to door saying, “Trick or Treat!” We always made

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  • The Raven By Edgar Allan Poe0

    Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary, Over many a quaint and curious volume of forgotten lore, While I nodded, nearly napping, suddenly there came a tapping, As of some one gently rapping, rapping at my chamber door. “‘Tis some visitor,” I muttered, “tapping at my chamber door, Only this, and

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  • County Hall Corner: Heads up, Voters!0

    Next Tuesday, Lycoming County will be voting for several local offices, as well as for retention for a few state and county state judges. There will be some serious changes when you walk into your voting precinct location next week. What has not changed is that some identification must be shown. This is to verify

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  • The Girl Who Stood on a Grave: From Scary Stories to Read in the Dark By Alvin Schwartz

    The Girl Who Stood on a Grave: From Scary Stories to Read in the Dark By Alvin Schwartz0

    Some boys and girls were at a party one night. There was a graveyard down the street, and they were talking about how scary it was. “Don’t ever stand on a grave after dark”, one of the boys said. “The person inside will grab you. He’ll pull you under.” “That’s not true,” one of the

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  • Make Election Day Go Smoothly0

    Election Day gives voters throughout the United States a chance to participate in their government. The right to vote is something to cherish, as many people across the globe do not get a chance to elect the officials who govern their countries. While Election Day is an exciting time, voters may find it frustrating if

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  • The Big Toe: From Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark By Alvin Schwartz

    The Big Toe: From Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark By Alvin Schwartz0

    A boy was digging at the edge of the garden when he saw a big toe. He tried to pick it up, but it was stuck to something. So he gave it a good hard jerk, and it came off in his hand. Then he heard something groan and scamper away. The boy took the

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  • The Week’s LION: The City Council Candidates0

    Adam Yoder, a Republican running for Williamsport City Council in the upcoming election, has been door-knocking for months to promote his candidacy. He estimates that he has met several thousand people, who generally express to him their concerns about taxes and public safety. But, he notes, one of the questions he is often asked is

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  • Mummies In Fact and Fiction0

    Webb Weekly had a contest for children called “Marking Mummies,” as part of this year’s Halloween celebration. Mummies are an enduring symbol of this scary and ghoulish season. They have a long and interesting history that stretches back to ancient times and I will attempt to boil down some of the information about them since

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  • Family on Three. Neumann on Six0

    I had every intention of running in the general election, but my family accused me of not taking my medications. I also couldn’t afford the costs that were associated with a campaign. Perhaps one day. I entertained the idea of a write-in, and maybe I could even speak at one of the forums or debates

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  • Halloween Safety 101 by Annalisa Negrea, RN, BSN, CEN0

    Halloween is a great time to watch scary movies and tell ghost stories, but you want to make sure your kids stay safe while having fun. According to the National Safety Council, there are an estimated 3,800 injuries related to Halloween activities each year. From the costumes and the candy to the pumpkin carving, it

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  • NFL – Numerous Flags Launched0

    It may be too late to offer up some advice regarding what Halloween costume trick-or-treaters might want to wear this week as they go door-to-door, seeking the sweet treats. But, if their intention may include ringing the doorbells of National Football League fans, I would suggest they not masquerade themselves as NFL referees. Indeed, I

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  • Gazette and Bulletin: October 26, 1951 – 25,000 Watch or Participate in South Side Mummers’ Parade0

    The streets of South Williamsport last night were turned into a hilarious turmoil when 14 bands, marching units and drum and bugle corps passed in review in the sixth annual South Williamsport Mummers Parade. More than 500 individual Mummers joined in having, fun, laughing and doing stunts along the line of the parade route. Spectators

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  • Homes for All Blue Jean Ball to Benefit Family Promise of Lycoming County0

    In response to homelessness, Family Promise of Lycoming County (FPLC) brings the faith community together to help families regain their housing, their independence, and their dignity. FPLC is a non-profit organization that works with a partnership network of congregations within the community and aims to help children and their families who are facing homelessness. In addition to

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  • Live By Faith: Hard Things0

    The next hero of the faith presented by the Hebrew writer is actually the entire Israelite people: “By faith the people passed through the Red Sea as on dry land; but when the Egyptians tried to do so, they were drowned.” Hebrews 11:29 The full story of the crossing of the Red sea and the

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  • Family Costumes0

    Whether you’re a hardcore horror fanatic, or just enjoy donning some bunny ears to accompany the kids trick-or-treating, Halloween evokes fun and festivity. Over the years, I’ve gone back and forth, coordinating costumes with my friends, husband, and now my daughters. Some years, we’ve planned out our get-ups weeks, or even months, in advance. Other

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Today’s Gun Owners0

    At a time in our history when fake news and political correctness seem to dominate our daily lives, and at a time when there seems to be a lack of concern for accepting responsibility for our actions, being reliable or showing respect for our fellow man, perhaps we need to properly identify just who America’s

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  • The Bookworm Sez: “November Road” by Lou Berney0

    Catch me, if you can! And the chase began, one of you the pursuer, the other pursued, racing through park or playground, across the yard, down the sidewalk in a game that children have been playing forever. Catch me if you can, and escape wins the game. In the new book “November Road” by Lou

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  • Fall – To Hunt or Fish?0

    The fall season is no doubt a very active time for most everybody; leaf raking, grass cutting and a host of other outside jobs that should be completed before the cold weather sets in. For the hunting and fishing types fall is especially active given that all kinds of hunting seasons are available not to

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