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  • The Roving Sportsman… Groundhogs, Woodchucks, Whistle Pigs0

    Young groundhogs, like the young of any species, are cute. But they quickly grow out of their “cute” stage and before long are spreading their wings and traveling to new locations, where they will burrow holes as entryways to their dens. All too often, these holes are a problem — either in open fields or

  • This Week’s LION: Mike Sherman – Soccer Visionary0

    Soccer has been continually growing in popularity among young people, and one of the reasons may be people like Mike Sherman. A native of Watsontown, Mike played high school soccer at Warrior Run High School, and then went on to play for Penn State-Hazelton, where he made All-Conference as a forward. Going to main campus

  • What to do After Suffering a Sunburn0

    Summer fun routinely involves days spent soaking up some of the sun’s rays. Relaxing days at the beach, barbecues in the backyard or picnics at the park can make for fun summer activities that create lasting memories. While spending time in the great outdoors is a great way to take advantage of summer weather, it’s

  • Gazette and Bulletin – August 4, 1941 – Grays Ruin Don Manno’s Debut, Pick Up Game0

    Spencer Abbott’s latest shuffle of the Williamsport batting order, which sent Irv Kohlberg into the clean-up spot, paid off a nifty dividend yesterday. The young first sacker, swatting with renewed vigor, delivered the pay- off blow in a rousing 3-2 skirmish with the Hartford Laurels yesterday, who are paying their last visit to Bowman Field

  • Reboot the Basics0

    Garments like white t-shirts, gray trousers, jeans, black dresses, sneakers and patent leather flats are good grounding pieces for any lady’s wardrobe. You simply can’t go wrong with these basics, as they pretty much go with everything else in your closet and can be worn for just about any occasion. However, after multiple wears, these

  • Cutters Jersey Auction Raises $3,350 for Charity0

    The Williamsport Crosscutters have announced a partnership with LiveSource to utilize fan engagement in a mobile auction platform for the 2018 season. The Cutters will utilize the LiveSource mobile app to offer fans opportunities for their charitable jersey and cap auctions. The LiveSource app will provide a better experience for fans bidding at the ballpark,

  • ‘Pops at Pepper Street’ Concert Set for August0

    Bring your family, pack your blankets, and head out for an evening of priceless music when the Muncy Historical Society hosts the Williamsport Symphony Orchestra for a fourth year with a “Pops at Pepper Street” free concert. As the sun sets, relax, enjoy and share in the fun-filled, community-oriented public experience of the live, outdoor

  • Keystone’s Coaching Trio Balances Family and Team to Help Players Excel at the Highest Levels0

    Patrick Johnson, Jason Foltz, and Scott Fravel came together at the beginning of the postseason after being named the manager and coaches of Keystone’s Major Baseball All-star team. The meeting was about one of the most common challenges Little League coaches face in being a parent and coach at the same time. All three coaches

  • Five Tips for Raising Resilient Kids0

    Parenting, while providing plenty of excitement, comes with a certain set of challenges. With years of outdoor playtime ahead, one of those challenges is ensuring safety while still promoting an adventurous spirit. A child’s ability to push through, endure struggle, fail and try again can help encourage long-term success and happiness. Still, many parents feel

  • Locally Speaking0

    During a recent shopping trip, a conversation with an acquaintance turned towards the Webb Weekly. “I read your column, but why don’t you write more about national sports stories?” I was asked. The rationale for the general content of our weekly visits harkens back to the very beginning of the Webb Weekly when Jim Webb

  • Keystone overcomes shaky start to down Leigh 6-5 and claim the Major Baseball State Championship0

    By BRETT R. CROSSLEY For the Webb Weekly  BERWICK—It was a bumpy start for Keystone as it found itself in a four-run deficit after just the second inning of its Major Baseball State Championship game against Lehigh.  Braylen Corter struggled as Lehigh’s offense opened hot, scoring two runs. He continued to struggle and was big

  • Myers tosses a gem to advance Keystone into the Major Baseball State Championship with 3-1 win0

    By BRETT R. CROSSLEY For the Webb Weekly BERWICK—Of Keystone’s big four pitchers, Brady Myers was the only one to not post a signature win as his team progressed through each postseason tournament.  Consider Myers’ game Thursday night to be one of those standouts for Keystone. It might even be the best thus far as

  • From Russia Without Love0

    How do you unite the Democrats and Republicans in Washington? An easy answer for those of you watching this past week — just have President Donald Trump meet with Russian leader Vladimir Putin. The meeting took place in Helsinki, Finland, and the bipartisanship denouncing of President Trump’s comments could be heard from sea to shining

  • Culinarian’s Day0

    July 25 is Culinarian’s Day, an unofficial holiday that honors all cooks and chefs who bring good taste and great food into people’s lives. Culinarians are experts (and non-experts) in the art and science of cooking and serving food. They can be chefs, cooks, home cooks, bakers, and anyone else who is involved in the

  • 46th Clinton County Fair July 28 to August 40

    The summer fair season continues in high fashion when the 46th annual Clinton County Fair is held July 28 to August 4 at the fairgrounds, near Mackeyville. As with all county fairs there will be an ample variety of great food and craft vendors, agricultural exhibits, amusement rides, and popular events such as tractor pulls, figure

  • Local Family Takes Mission Trip0

    For Denny and Kammy Paulhamus of Cogan Station, it was the family reunion of a lifetime when they recently reunited with their daughter Ashley, who has been working as a medical missionary at Zimba Missions Hospital in Zambia. The Paulhamuses recently made the long journey to Africa with their other three adult children, Andrew, Alicia,

  • Keystone Once Again Showing it’s More Than Just a Baseball Team and League

    Keystone Once Again Showing it’s More Than Just a Baseball Team and League0

    As Keystone’s Major Baseball team made its way around the field to celebrate the Section 3 Championship the true depth of the league was on display. Parents were there to enjoy the moment with their kids, but there were more supporters than just parents. The community rallied for the kids, set fireworks off at the

  • The Roving Sportsman… Recruitment and Retention0

    What is your favorite pastime — hunting, fishing, hiking, camping, shooting, just sitting quietly while observing nature at work, or a combination of all of these? If you grew up in Lycoming County or the surrounding area, then, no doubt you have spent countless hours enjoying all of these activities and look forward to many

  • This Really Bugs Me0

    As if we didn’t have enough to be concerned about with the spread of Chronic Wasting Disease in our deer herd, and a bunch of invasive plants overtaking portions of our landscape, we also have a good number of unwelcomed bugs to deal with as well. In case you’re wondering what invasive plants, just try

  • The Bookworm Sez: W is for Welcome: A Celebration of America’s Diversity

    The Bookworm Sez: W is for Welcome: A Celebration of America’s Diversity0

    The kid down the block looks nothing like you. His parents don’t look like your parents, either. You go to different churches, eat different things, and the clothes in your closet are nothing like what he wears. He lives right down the block, but it feels like another world. Still, as in the new book


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