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  • Reflections From A Pool Of Memories – Catching Birds And Bass- Part II0

    Fish long enough and you’ll experience nature in a variety of ways — unfamiliar, unexpected, and unbelievable. The osprey we found in the Chesapeake Bay couldn’t get out of the water; its sodden feathers restricted flight. It was desperate. I’m not sure to what extent an osprey’s brain functions, but that bird had to be

  • County Hall Corner: Everyday Heroes0

    It was an unusually hot Tuesday afternoon in Williamsport on September 19th as Agents Bryan Bower and Adam Lorson of the Lycoming County Adult Probation Office were driving to visit a few of their clients. As they were slowly going along one of the city streets, Bryan noticed one of his former clients walking along

  • Investing in the Health of Moms and Babies0

    There is more to breastfeeding than providing milk. By protecting the health status of both mom and baby, breastfeeding has a positive impact on the level of overall public health, along with benefits for our economy and environment, too. From the first drops of breast milk, called colostrum, babies receive important antibodies in a rich, gold-colored liquid

  • An Act of Evil0

    Our publication had already gone to press prior to the horrific act that took place in Las Vegas. So first I would like to express our heartfelt thoughts of sympathy and prayers for the victims, families, and their loved ones of this senseless act of violence. The most asked question about the attack is simply,

  • Vigil, Round-Table Planned to Honor Victims of Domestic Violence0

    On Wednesday, October 11 at 5:00 p.m., on the steps of the Lycoming County Courthouse the YWCA Northcentral PA is hosting its annual vigil of remembrance to honor the 15 adults and children who have lost their lives to domestic violence in Lycoming County. “Our annual vigil is a time for the YWCA to recognize

  • Gathering Ghosts!0

    Attention boys and girls! It is time once again for Webb Weekly’s annual Halloween contest! I’m sure you know how this works, but just in case you forgot, let me refresh your memory. Scattered throughout this issue you will find a variety of ghosts. All you need to do is count them…easy peasy. Then do

  • Land of the Free0

    Wow! What a week that was. Just when I give President Trump a little credit for becoming a little more politically savvy and working in a more bipartisanship way, bam! off he goes again with that cell phone and quick temper response. This must stop. Whether it’s Steph Curry visiting the White House, or the

  • Big Bucks and Tough Decisions0

    The calendar tells me it is officially autumn; the sunshine has made me wonder, where was that all summer? What amazing weather as those beautiful fall colors begin to show up everywhere. Let’s just hope this isn’t an early Indian summer, with an extreme winter behind it! The end of September always means the beginning

  • $1.3 Million for the Home Team0

    It’s great to see Head Coach James Franklin’s Penn State Nittany Lions off to such a great start. Granted, they haven’t really been tested by a top-notch opponent yet. It was good to see Pitt back on the schedule. A Penn’s Woods rivalry game that should happen every year! Pitt isn’t quite up to par

  • A Helping Hand for Houston0

    Should we talk about President Trump and those in Washington increasing our national debt ceiling? Nah — what’s the sense? Besides, with all that is going on in our Great Nation and around the world he really doesn’t have a choice. At least it offers an opportunity for the Republicans and Democrats to work together

  • Recovery and Remembrance0

    Global warming? Climate change? Or just unprecedented, catastrophic weather? No matter if you’re along the Gulf Coast or living in the West Branch Valley one thing is dramatically obvious, the weather has become much more intense and violent. And no, I am not trying to compare our weather to that which hit Texas. God help

  • A Look Back and Moving Forward0

    Where did those summer months ago? As I am sitting here penning my article, September and autumn are now on the horizon. There’s also so much going on around our Great Nation and beyond, where do I start? With the good, the bad, the ugly — or maybe the pending natural disaster that’s bearing down

  • School Days and Football Friday Nights0

    Back to school time! It seems to get earlier each year. What happened to those days when you went back after Labor Day? I guess I’m probably dating myself there because it hasn’t been that way in a while. Still, heading back to the classroom during the second week of the Little League World Series,

  • A World Threat for Peace0

    How would you like to be President? Where do you start? What is most pressing? From Homeland Security to National and World defense. From healthcare to the debacle that has become Social Security? Let us not forget Mother Nature and climate change, global warming or just a violent weather pattern created by who knows what?

  • All About August0

    The kids are already dreading what the calendar reading August means. You remember those days, June–July you never even give back to school a thought, but when that first day of August hits, the summer vacation becomes more and more precious with each passing day. August is always filled with great going ons in our

  • West End Boys of Summer0

    Well it’s that time of year again. The boys of summer from the West End Babe Ruth League are making some big noise statewide and beyond. Babe Ruth All-Star baseball has four divisions for players 13, 14, 15 and 16-18 years of age. On July 15, West End had a league first, winning a game

  • A Pressing Problem0

    I understand the wheels of Washington move slowly. I also understand President Donald Trump was pretty darn clear about what he and his fellow Republicans were going to accomplish if elected. What is a fair and reasonable time to judge the progress President Trump is making? How patient will all the supporters of Mr. Trump

  • Fishin’, Shootin’ – Loving Every Day0

    July in our section of Penn’s Woods is a great time for fishing whether it’s the Susquehanna River, Rose Valley Lake or the stream, creek or crick of your choosing. Our area has some of the finest fishing you will find anywhere. My favorite fishing spot has always been the Loyalsock Crick. It is teeming

  • Rockets’ Red Glare0

    Happy Fourth of July! Summer is moving right along; before you know it the calendar will read Labor Day. Let’s be careful out there, not only on the highway, but with all the summer activities and especially setting off fireworks. The first commemorative Independence Day fireworks were set off July 4, 1777. Before the Declaration

  • Heads Up, High Fives and Holy Carp!0

    All of the schools are now out for summer, please drive with extra caution. There are a lot of young folks on bikes, skateboards and yes, driving the roads all hours of the day. Watch out for that child darting out from between two parked vehicles. If you see a ball come into your line


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