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  • “Beartown: A Novel” by Fredrik Backman0

    Your favorite team cannot be beat. As soon as they hit the court, field, or rink, they play their hearts out to win. And win. And win. The competition is…well, there really isn’t much competition but, as in the new book “Beartown” by Fredrik Backman, trouble may come from within. Hockey, for Beartown, wasn’t just

  • Proceed with Caution0

    The intersection of ‘achieving goals’ and ‘it was meant to be’ can be a very precarious crossroad. There are no traffic lights, yield signs, or uniformed sentries to guide you through the turmoil safely. The decisions to speed up, slow down, or turn around and plan the journey for another day are instantaneous. If you

  • Tickets For Skip Hunsinger Christmas Children’s Spectacular To Be Given Out This Saturday0

    Tickets for what is rapidly becoming a Christmastime tradition in this area will be given out this Saturday, November 18 at the Community Arts Center. Approximately 2,000 tickets for the Skip Hunsinger Christmas Children’s Spectacular beginning at 10 a.m. These tickets will be given out on a first-come-first-served basis. They will be given out until

  • Being Thankful0

    Lately, the world seems like a crazy and chaotic place. Every day there is some new disaster, attack, or crisis. While it’s almost effortless to get wrapped up in the 24-hour news cycle, as we approach the Thanksgiving season, I’d like to take a moment here and focus on the good things in life. Some

  • Lycoming County Veterans Day Parade This Saturday In South Williamsport0

    The annual Veterans Day Parade has been a fixture for many years on the local scene — going back to when the day was known as “Armistice Day”. This venerable tradition continues this Saturday, November 11, when the parade steps off in South Williamsport at 2 p.m. The parade will honor and recognize those who

  • How to Stay Healthy at Work0

    The fall weather is finally upon us, which means daily temperatures can go up and down, the mornings can be frosty, but the afternoons pleasantly crisp, and cold/flu season is looming. If you work in an office or enclosed space, colds can spread quickly. The chances for getting the latest bug increase if you’re also

  • Heading to Deer Camp0

    The Pennsylvania Game Commission has just released a bulletin, as they do every year about this time, cautioning all motorists to slow down and stay alert for increased numbers of deer crossing the highways. The “rut,” or fall breeding season is about to peak, and the deer are definitely on the move. Many yearling bucks

  • Gazette and Bulletin: November 9, 1917 – Kerensky is Deposed by Extreme Radicals who Seized Petrograd0

    Petrograd is again in turmoil. The provisional government has been thrown out of power by the extreme radicals headed by Nikolai Lenin. Premier Kerensky has fled the capital, several of his ministers have been placed under arrest, and the Winter Palace seat of the government, has been bombarded by the guns of the cruiser “Aurora”

  • Remember Carefree Cola Guzzling? Soda I.0

    There was a time in America when gulping a soda or Slurpee was as innocent as taking a breath of air. But times and outlooks are changing fast. Probably for the better. Come January 1, 2018, Geisinger health facilities will eliminate all sugary drinks and they won’t be available in vending machines, cafeterias or any

  • “Once in a Blue Moon Lodge” by Lorna Landvik0

    No matter how old you are, you never get tired of hearing your birth story. It’s a story of anticipation that’s different from every other on the planet. You’re at the center of it, though not quite. It’s a story you can never tell first-hand and, as in “Once in a Blue Moon Lodge” by

  • Thank a Veteran0

    Last year on Veterans Day I wrote a list of ‘thank yous’ to soldiers—past, present and training. Re-reading it was a stark reminder of all the things civilians take for granted in everyday life, so I think that it bears repeating. So to all of the men and women who are serving in each branch

  • The Crux of the Matter0

    (We are currently in a conversation about the good news of Jesus Christ. To read previous articles in this series, simply visit http://www.webbweekly.com and click on my picture.) We have reached the pivotal point in our conversation about the good news of Jesus Christ. So far, everything we have shared is universally true for every

  • Operation Christmas Child Takes Place November 13-200

    The highly successful program to make the lives of children overseas have a brighter Christmas, known as “Operation Christmas Child,” will be collecting shoeboxes filled with toys, hygiene products, and school supplies, the week of November 13 to 20. Operation Christmas Child is a project of Samaritan’s Purse collecting and distributing shoeboxes to 110 different

  • West Branch Hall of Fame To Honor 11 Inductees0

    Two weeks ago the West Branch Valley Chapter of the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame stepped up to the plate and successfully hosted the 55th Annual Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame Induction ceremonies in Williamsport. Among the 13 statewide honorees was Loyalsock Township High School basketball coach Ron Insinger, Pennsylvania’s all-time leader in boy’s high

  • Game Seven0

    Game Seven — the ultimate competition in Major League Baseball treated us again on the first day of November for the 39th time in baseball history. On the dawning of the day of the showdown in Los Angeles between the Dodgers and Astros, I came extremely close to asking Webb Weekly editor Steph Nordstrom for

  • Former Athens Player Makes Impact with Lock Haven As Freshman on the Pitch0

    The first steps alone on a college campus can seem intimidating for a freshman starting his or her journey to the next station in the life. Gone are the parents by their side, the students supporting their summer classes with tours through the University, and a lack of responsibility generally allotted to a freshly graduated

  • Movember0

    Good golly, Miss Molly. Time certainly flies when you’re having a ball. I can’t believe it’s already November. Fall is most definitely in the air, and the locals are amidst a transition on many fronts. High school football playoffs are here, and the basketball junkies are gearing up for another season soon. I am looking

  • Neglected Battery Causes Lost Fishing Day0

    The fishing day began with hope and expectations. It would end quite differently, terminated much sooner than anticipated. I was fishing The Susquehanna River on this chilly mid-November morning. No other boats were present; no other fishermen willing to tolerate the 35-degree air temperature. The forecast: light wind, partly sunny, and climbing thermometer held promise.

  • Pennsylvania’s Black Bears0

    I’ve always been somewhat fascinated by the fact that black bears roam our state’s forests and fields and I’m sure a lot of others share that idea. It’s intriguing to know that there is still a creature, in our backyards, that’s so big and powerful that it could easily take down an unarmed man if

  • Domestic Violence Support Group At YWCA0

    The YWCA Northcentral PA is opening a domestic violence support group to the public. The first meeting was Wednesday, Nov. 1 in the boardroom at the YWCA, 815 W. Fourth St. They will meet at the same time and place on the first and third Wednesday of each month. It is a time for victims


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