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Welcome To The 62nd Annual West Branch Builders Home Show 2023
March 31st, April 1st & April 2nd
At the Former Dick's Sporting Goods
at the Lycoming Mall

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  • Christmas Toys and Living Water0

    Every year there seems to be a must-have Christmas present that everyone is trying to buy. I did a little search and came across a list of the top Christmas gifts going all the way back to the 1920s! Along with the list, I have added a little commentary of my own. While still enjoying

  • Create a Fire Safety Plan0

    Fire safety protocol gives people the ability to get out of a building promptly and safely in the event of a fire. Fires are unpredictable and can cause devastating loss of life and property. The U.S. Fire Administration states that, in 2017, there were 1,319,500 reported fires that resulted in 3,400 deaths and 14,670 injuries

  • This Year’s LION: The Wonder Wife – Debbie Stout

    This Year’s LION: The Wonder Wife – Debbie Stout0

    The Leaders in Our Neighborhood articles have not been as frequent in 2018 as in previous years, largely because of increased responsibilities in other areas (see “County Hall Corner”), but I felt a year-end feature was called for. And in keeping with the end of year mood, it seemed appropriate to announce my choice for

  • How to Dress Up if you Hate Dressing Up0

    Unless you’re a total humbug of a Grinch, chances are you’re going to at least one holiday celebration where you’ll have to dress up. But what if you’re more of a t-shirt and jeans kind of gal? How do you dress up when you’re averse to sequins, heels, and form-fitting frocks? Here are a few

  • PPL Helps Distribute Food

    PPL Helps Distribute Food0

    PPL employees from the Montoursville Service Center volunteered time to help distribute food to families at the Salvation Army in Williamsport. The Salvation Army serves families in need with their annual Christmas food box including nonperishables, fruit and a frozen turkey or chicken. The Salvation Army also distributes toys from the Marines’ Toys For Tots

  • New Year’s Traditions Around the World0

    Each December 31st, people anxiously await and count down to the arrival of the new year. January 1 often is a time for reflection and for making future plans. It also is a holiday full of tradition. Notable New Year’s traditions include toasting champagne beneath skies lit up by fireworks, kissing one’s sweetheart at midnight

  • County Hall Corner: Year End Awards0

    This is my First Annual County Hall Corner Award presentation. In 2018, 52 articles covered many areas of county government, and as I reviewed them, I came up with four categories of awards. First is the MOST FUN AWARD for the article that was the most personally enjoyable for me to research and write. There

  • Potts Overcomes Injury to Sign With the University of Minnesota

    Potts Overcomes Injury to Sign With the University of Minnesota0

    A small group of students, parents, and coaches gathered inside Williamsport High School’s library for a letter of intent signing that would change lives for the better. Treyson Potts sat at a table with Williamsport’s school logo on a wall behind him, his mother Georgia to his right and his father Jerome at his left

  • Simple Ways to Look and Feel Your Best0

    At the dawn of a new year, many people resolve to reach for new heights. On the path to personal growth or improvement, one may find that making a few adjustments can greatly increase confidence and satisfaction. The adage “don’t judge a book by its cover” can inspire people to look beyond the outer shell

  • Ross scores 22 points in three quarters to lead Loyalsock to a 64-48 win over rival Montoursville0

    By BRETT R. CROSSLEY For the Webb Weekly MONTOURSVILLE—For the first time in a long time Loyalsock’s Gerald Ross sat on the bench at the start of a basketball game. Ross could have sat there inattentive and indifferent to the game unfolding in front of him, but he didn’t. He was engaged, helpful on timeouts,

  • Treyson Potts Signs Letter of Intent to play at Minnesota0

    BRETT R. CROSSLEY/FOR THE WEBB WEEKLYWilliamsport’s Treyson Potts signs his letter of intent to attend the University of Minnesota in the fall where he will play football. With him are his parents Jerome and Georgia Potts. BRETT R. CROSSLEY/FOR THE WEBB WEEKLYWilliamsport’s Treyson Potts signs his letter of intent as Athletic Director Sean McCann, coaches
  • A Christmas Blessing and Story…

    A Christmas Blessing and Story…0

    If you know John, you can’t help but love him. He has been a true blessing to our community for decades. I thank him for sharing his Christmas card and message for this glorious season with us. It began with the simple cry of a baby … And grew into a shout of good news

  • Merry Christmas0

    So, I suppose since we are finishing our Christmas edition, I should, at some point, start Christmas shopping. Luckily, I’m pretty good at working efficiently, so I can probably get most of it done in a solid afternoon or two! Are you ready? I hope I’m not the only one struggling to get everything done!

  • Bogey Golf0

    The Lycoming County Commissioners have extended their agreement with Billy Casper. Casper will continue to oversee all operations of White Deer Golf Course until 2021. I have yet to see the new and improved contract as my Right to Know Request is currently in customs. I did hear that the County tweaked some wording, and

  • Season’s Greetings0

    Sending out Christmas cards is an exercise in futility for me — mostly because I’m a poor tool. When it comes to choosing a family picture to include on one of those trendy postcards created online with favorite snapshots and heartfelt messages, I fall down on the job every time. Never mind that I’m the

  • Watkins Overcomes Injury to Continue Brilliant High School Career at Loyalsock

    Watkins Overcomes Injury to Continue Brilliant High School Career at Loyalsock0

    When Connor Watkins walked off the field at Bloomsburg fans and players thought it would be the final time they would see him in a Loyalsock uniform. There were tears, jeers, and plenty of fears as he left the field with an injury that looked severe. The only person who wasn’t worried about getting back

  • Looking Back at the Yuletide of 19480

    Looking back 70 years, the Yuletide of 1948 was the culmination of a very interesting year in history. Harry Truman had pulled off one of the greatest political upsets in history when he defeated Gov. Thomas Dewey in that year’s Presidential election. Truman also launched the historic “Marshall Plan” that year, which helped to rebuild

  • Get Christmas Crafty With Homemade Ornaments

    Get Christmas Crafty With Homemade Ornaments0

    Handmade gifts, trinkets and treats help make the holiday season special. Although cookies and other baked goods are some of the most popular homemade creations this time of year, gift-givers young and old can put their talents to use with various craft projects. Ornaments and decorations are one such idea. Here are some clever and,

  • Blaise Alexander Christmas Coloring Contest Winners!

    Blaise Alexander Christmas Coloring Contest Winners!0

    • Arts
    • December 19, 2018

    The following are the Winners of the Blaise Alexander Family Dealerships Christmas Fun Coloring Contest! Congratulations to all of our winners and many thanks to all of our entrants! We had over 400 entries this year! You kiddos wore our elves out with judging!! We’d also like to thank all of the people who offered

  • Easy Christmas Morning Breakfast

    Easy Christmas Morning Breakfast0

    Christmas morning is an exciting and joyous time for families. Children are anxious to rush downstairs and see what Santa has left under the tree, and parents are eager to see the looks on youngsters’ happy faces. Having a fast and easy breakfast at the ready on Christmas morning allows families to jump right into


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