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  • The Bookworm Sez: “The Heights” by Louise Candlish

    The Bookworm Sez: “The Heights” by Louise Candlish0

    There are things that you’ll always remember. Your first kiss. The first car you bought yourself. A mentor who helped you, a recipe you can make without thinking, that One Best Dog — you’ll never forget any of those things. A toy you loved as a child. The best day of your life. Or, as

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  • Dustin Prettyleaf Ready for Clinton County Sprint Car Season

    Dustin Prettyleaf Ready for Clinton County Sprint Car Season0

    Dustin Prettyleaf and the Roan Racing 22r are ready to make some big noise with an eye on the Clinton County Speedway Racesaver Sprint Car Title. They say time flies when you are having fun, well the Roan Team from Williamsport, PA has been having Sprint Car fun for 32 years. The fairgrounds speedway in

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  • Rethink Your Lawn: Use clover for a lush, green, eco-friendly, enviable yard

    Rethink Your Lawn: Use clover for a lush, green, eco-friendly, enviable yard0

    Who has time to continuously care for that carpet-like, green grass almost everyone longs for? Nearly no one. Cultivating a lush, green lawn takes time, can be expensive and is a mainstay on weekend to-do lists spring through fall. Now that’s a serious commitment. Traditional turf lawns require a lot of maintenance. You must mow

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  • Ballots, Watts Up, and Honors Earned

    Ballots, Watts Up, and Honors Earned0

    I couldn’t believe that a former president, and I’m talking Donald Trump, not Barack Obama, endorsed Dr. Mehmet Oz for a senatorial spot here in the great state of Pennsylvania. I’d really like to know the behind-the-scenes truth about that one. But hey, if he’s your man, get out and cast your vote. That is

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  • Kids and Social Media0

    I have a love-hate relationship with social media. I love being able to connect with my friends and family and keep up with what is going on their lives. But a lot of social media is a toxic cesspool of negativity, lies, and just general bad vibes. As an adult, however, separating the good from

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  • My Young Friend Ross

    My Young Friend Ross0

    My wife has a good job, allowing me to have several part-time gigs. Whether it’s broadcasting football, writing a column, or coaching hoops — I have the opportunity to come in contact with so many great kids. It is one of the many joys. So good news travels fast, and I am very excited for

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Ratchet Up Your Spring Gobbler Hunting0

    Whether you are seeking to fill your second spring gobbler tag or you are still looking to connect with the first bird, beginning on Monday, the 16th, all-day hunting is permissible throughout Pennsylvania. You have until close of season on Tuesday, May 31, to seal the deal, and with all-day hunting in effect starting Monday,

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  • Mr. Muncy and CI

    Mr. Muncy and CI0

    Smiles, handshakes, and the din of conversation filled the room at the Genetti Hotel as, for the first time in two years, the Lycoming County Brotherhood Alliance gathered for their 65th annual banquet. The yearly occasion provides the opportunity for the organization to celebrate and reflect upon individuals and groups who exemplify the lives and

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  • What Depth?0

    There are a lot of factors that are a part of a successful fishing outing, and it’s not just what bait or lure you are offering but where and how you present it. In this piece, I’m referring more to the warm water species like panfish and bass, particularly when fishing lakes and ponds. We

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  • Messiah Lutheran Church To Rededicate Its “Little Chapel” This Sunday, May 15

    Messiah Lutheran Church To Rededicate Its “Little Chapel” This Sunday, May 150

    This Sunday will be a day of celebration, and nostalgic reflection as the congregation of Messiah Lutheran Church, at the corner of Howard Street and West Southern Avenue in South Williamsport, rededicate their “Little Chapel.” The “Little Chapel” is an integral part of the almost 130-year-old church, which had humble origins. The Little Chapel of

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  • Williamsport City Lions Football Club Brings Semi-Professional Soccer to Williamsport0

    Williamsport has been long regarded as a “baseball town,” and rightfully so, because of its place as the “Home and Birthplace of Little League Baseball” and its more than 130-year involvement with minor league baseball, but another sport is charging hard to take its place in Williamsport’s sports universe — and that is soccer. Two

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  • Water Safety0

    The weather is heating up and families soon will be flocking to pools, lakes, and the beach to cool off. Swimming is fun but be aware that the potential for injury is there. Drowning is the leading cause of injury death in kids ages 1 to 4. Most drowning deaths for young children occur at

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  • Central Pennsylvania Fiber Festival0

    WE ARE BACK! After not being able to have the festival for the past two years, we are back and ready to have some fun with fiber. The phrase “fiber festival” may conjure up images of healthy salads and crunchy granola, however, in this case, it’s all about animal and plant fibers that play a

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  • Hanks, Murray, and 2021’s Best Pic: A Free Week of Apple TV0

    Your Webb Weekly correspondent spent a week with omicron in April — during which he took a free trial of Apple TV to help with long days alone. Here are three choice picks from that service’s current slate: Winner of the 2022 Oscar for Best Picture, “Coda” is the wonderfully acted tale of a New

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  • Taber Museum to Present Elaine Decker’s ‘Travel Back in Time’0

    The Thomas T. Taber Museum of the Lycoming County Historical Society will host local historian Elaine Decker for its first Society Program of the season on Sunday, May 15, 2022 at 2:00 pm in its Community Room. Elaine will be presenting “Travel Back in Time,” and as she explains, “Go back 100 years and watch

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  • The Bookworm Sez0

    A fresh new page. No matter how old you are, that’s always a treat: the first clean page in a new book or journal. It’s like a spritz of chilled water on a hot day; like crisp, clean sheets on a hotel bed. A new page, a fresh start, a different step, as in the

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  • Six Tips for Planning a Sweet Graduation Celebration0

    When years of hitting the books lead to a hard-earned diploma, there’s just one thing left to do: celebrate the graduate with something sweet. A graduation is a major life milestone that deserves plenty of recognition, and a graduation party is a perfect way to celebrate the occasion with family and friends. Whether the party

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  • Early Bird Gets the Worm0

    The morning after spring break was over, ya know, the one where you have to start setting an alarm again? Yea, that morning. It was 6:00 a.m., and my goodness, was it a picturesque day. It was so bright out. I walked downstairs into our bathroom to get ready for the day and couldn’t help

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  • County Hall Corner: Are We at War with Russia?0

    Trying to research statistics on any upticks in military deployments for reserves and guard units is almost impossible. Still, among our local community, I have heard from a few folks I know who are in part-time military service. They have been told to get their gear together for some active service. It does not take

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  • Keeping Pets Safe in the Garden0

    If you have pets that enjoy spending time outdoors, it’s important to make sure your yard is a safe place for them to be. Consider these hazards that can negatively impact the well-being of your furry friends. Poisonous Plants – Some common plants can be dangerous for animals, causing anything from mild oral irritations and

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