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  • Montoursville Gold Flag Team League Co-Champions

    Montoursville Gold Flag Team League Co-Champions0

    The Montoursville Gold flag football team was co-cham.pions in the Flag Football League this past season with a 6-1 record. The league consists of two teams from Montoursville, Hughesville, South Williamsport, and Loyalsock. This is for players in kin.dergarten through second grade. Front Row: Hunter Harvey, Raylrn Rhone, Ethan Phillips, and Henry Reedy. Second Row:

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  • County Hall Corner: Getting to High Ground0

    After several severe storms that depleted the federal insurance programs, a law known as the Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2012 was enacted. The idea was to require flood insurance premiums to actually reflect the real risk of flooding. At the time of the enactment, the National Flood Insurance Program was $24 billion in

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  • The Jaded Eye … A Double Dip on Broad Street0

    The white, bent, rusted pole that held the “Tall Fox Novelties” sign remains close to the curb on Broad Street in Montoursville. But the orange, blue and white Rexall thermometer in the alley by the old store is long gone. Let me bring you some warm memories on a cold day. Maybe you frequented one

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  • Faith Conversations … A New Year’s Tern0

    In last week’s article, I wrote about the incredible migratory journey of the fragile Monarch butterfly to illustrate the powerful instinct to worship that God has placed in every human being. Well, my ADD kicked again this week, and I found myself studying about the amazing migratory habits of a little bird that weighs in

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  • Sauerkraut – a ‘Tradition?’0

    Like so many other things in our daily lives, time seems to be racing by. For me, it doesn’t seem possible that this is the 52nd Webb Weekly column penned in the last year. Often at this time of the year, many publications and television shows are filled with those ‘look back’ features that reflect

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  • This Week’s LION: Heather Wood – Family Healer

    This Week’s LION: Heather Wood – Family Healer0

    Social work is a profession that concerns itself with individuals, families, groups, and communities in an effort to enhance social functioning and overall well-being. That is a noble-sounding ideal, and it attracts idealistic young people with a strong moral purpose. Some years ago, a South Williamsport native by the name of Heather Wood was an

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  • Fishing with Mike O’Brien… Quotes Of Angling Humor And Wisdom0

    “There is an old saying that one can never enter the same river twice. The river is always new; the man is forever changed.”- Mike Crockett and Grant McClintock, Flywater “It is the challenge of the fishing more than it is the catching of the fish.”- Joseph D. Bates, Jr., Atlantic Salmon Flies & Fishing

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  • The Roving Sportsman… A Tale of Two “Pops”

    The Roving Sportsman… A Tale of Two “Pops”0

    This is a story of two grandfathers doing what grandfathers often do — stepping up to the plate and hitting a home run… The story really begins with the return of Army Staff Sergeant Shawn Somits (John’s son and Scott’s son-in-law) from his final tour of duty in the Middle East. Shawn was always an

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  • Sporting Matters with Spence… More Pickelball0

    Happy Holidays sports fans. Cheers to your joyous celebrations and extra stuffed stockings. It’s the most excellent time of the year. Okay I admit, I am one of the worst shoppers of all time. I never know what to buy and always wait until the very last minute. I’ve ex.perienced many epic failures and tend

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  • Merry Christmas0

    As of this writing we are t-minus 10 days until Santa starts his journey! I am in final preparations! Just a few more gifts to buy and a metric ton of grocery shopping to go! I am so excited to announce the winners of the Blaise Alexander Family Dealer.ships Christmas Coloring Contest! It was no

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  • Family Game Night0

    A classic gaming tradition has been making a comeback in recent years with a slew of new card games, board games and tabletop games geared towards folks who grew up playing Monopoly and Yahtzee with Mom and Dad on Friday night. I’m talking, of course, about family game night, and while the classics are all

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  • Faith Conversations… A Christmas Monarch0

    So the other day I was doing some research for this article on worship and happened to find myself on a website dedicated to the preservation of the Mon.arch butterfly. How you ask? Well, I was looking for a synonym for the word king and monarch was one of the suggestions. I clicked on monarch,

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Great Stocking Stuffers!0

    With only a few more shopping days before Christ.mas morning arrives, hopefully, you have taken care of all of the major items on your gift list and can now turn your attention to the last minute items and the ever-popular “stocking stuffers.” I reflect back, fondly, to the early days when the three stockings, hand-knit

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  • T-shirts Support Montoursville Mom in Need of Lifesaving Transplant0

    Look great and support an excellent cause by purchasing a special Diabetes Destroyers t-shirt now to show support for Jennifer Kershner, a Montoursville resident who needs a lifesaving kidney/pancreas transplant. Jennifer Kershner is described by her family as a “vibrant 46-year-old” who has been fighting end-stage renal disease for more than 6 years. She grew

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  • Outdoors with Ken Hunter… Archers Set New Bear Kill Record in PA0

    A couple of weeks ago, I wrote a piece on how great Pennsylvania’s black bear hunting is compared to other states. Our bear population has remained stable and even increased in recent years, and that’s even in spite of record bear kills. This year’s archery bear kill is further evidence of our robust bear population

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  • Scott on Sports: The List0

    With apologies to Clement Clayton Moore: ‘twas the week before Christmas and all through the town excited young children tried not to frown! At this very special time of the year, life’s normal routine is anything but normal. The pace quickens, anticipation levels rise, and minding one’s Ps & Qs is of prime importance for

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  • Outfits, Not Just Clothes… After Christmas Shopping0

    Last year, my Mom and I tried out a new holiday tradition — shopping on December 26th — where I discovered an unexpected blessing of the season, the After Christmas Discount! I scored some major deals and had fun to boot. Not everyone enjoys shopping or shopping with their mother. Truth be told, by the

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  • Webb Weekly Gem of the Week… Big Games Abound as Area Athletes Open Winter Season0

    One year ago Mitchell Klingerman was sitting on the bench during a Loyalsock basketball game wishing for a chance to play. It wasn’t because of skills. It was simply because Loyalsock year in and year out has a lot of talent. Klingerman quietly went about his business, working hard after practice and through the off-season,

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  • Webb Weekly Interviews: Pennsylvania’s “Teacher of the Year”0

    Mrs. Jennifer Wahl, a social studies and psychology teacher at Loyalsock Township, recently earned the prestigious honor of Pennsylvania’s “Teacher of the Year.” Webb Weekly interviewed Mrs. Wahl to gain her thoughts and perspective about attaining this high recognition. How do you feel about gaining this honor? “I feel incredibly honored to have been chosen

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  • Gazette and Bulletin: December 23, 1932: Firemen as Assistants to Santa to Start This Morning0

    Many a boy and girl whose faith in Santa perhaps was shaken for a bit last Christmas will wake up this Christmas and will recover their faith, at least in the spirit of Santa Claus for the toys over which members of the Williamsport Fire Department here have been working diligently for the past several

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