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  • Jeff Hutchins: Giant Man for the Job

    Jeff Hutchins: Giant Man for the Job1

    Jeff Hutchins, better known by his peers as simply ‘Hutch,’ is a giant of a man with a truly giant of a job — Director of Public Safety for Lycoming County. This entire article could be filled up with just describing the responsibilities that fall under his watch. His vast area of responsibility is absolutely

  • Rising Stockies0

    When you spend as much time on the water as I do. You will always catch a few. And while some days are certainly better than others. You occasionally have that once in a lifetime experience. But these little episodes are extremely rare. I can count them with my fingers. This past Sunday I was

  • Companion Plants

    Companion Plants0

    Plants like to have friends around while they are growing. These friends are called companion plants, and they play an important role in the growth and quality of fruits and vegetables. My father always planted marigolds in his garden. He explained that it was to help control insects, but talking to other farmers and reading

  • Beyond Abs0

    In recent decades, core training has been the subject of countless articles and books. Often prescribed by physical therapists to patients with low back pain, core training is now commonly practiced by athletes and non-athletes alike with the desire to improve physical fitness as well as sports performance. Though most everyone has heard of the

  • If I Had Only One Dry Fly0

    I was recently sipping coffee and talking with another dry fly-fishing enthusiast when we both came up with the same thought — if you could have only one dry fly pattern for the whole season, what would it be? This same question has come up several times over the years with other fly-fishing friends, and

  • Resurrection Life!0

    Disillusioned Today’s article is based on Luke 24:13-50. In this passage, Luke recounts the beautiful and intimate story of Cleopas and his traveling companion as they return to Emmaus on the day Jesus rose from the tomb. As they walked along, wondering about all of the events that transpired in Jerusalem during the previous week,

  • The Roving Sportsman: It’s Ramp Gathering Time0

    Among birdwatchers, the robin seems to top the list as the “harbinger of spring,” while for those folks who enjoy harvesting wild edible plants, it is the ramp that best signals that spring is upon us. So, what is a ramp and just what is all the hubbub about ramps, anyway? The scientific name is

  • How Communities Can Recognize Nurses0

    The vital role nurses play in health care settings across the globe was perhaps never more apparent than in recent months. When COVID-19 was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization in March 2020, nurses were on the front lines in the battle against the virus and have remained there ever since. In recognition

  • A Trip to the Home Show and Back to Biden0

    A Webb Weekly tip of the cap to the West Branch Susquehanna Builders Association on their efforts for this year’s 61st Home Show. If you remember, last year’s Home Show got set up and torn down without anybody attending due to Governor Wolf’s orders regarding COVID. What a great effort this year by Carroll Pawlikowski,

  • Don’t be a Trash-hole…3

    My initial plan this week had been to give our readers a stern talking to about the state of our local recycling centers. Because y’all, they are disgusting and shameful. But, as it turns out, Larry Stout was on the ball, and his breakdown from Jason Yorks handles that subject pretty well. You can read

  • Tom Speicher Completes Bill ‘Buck’ Byham’s Unpublished Novel0

    When local sports legend Bill Byham passed away in late May 2017, his unpublished novel — offering relevant life lessons through the prism of junior-high football — could easily have died with him. The manuscript of “Bucky Deacon’s Dilemma,” pecked out on a typewriter during summers by the pool, had languished for decades since Byham

  • How to Write A Poem0

    As National Poetry Month continues, you may feel compelled to put pen to paper or fingertips to keyboard and compose a few verses yourself. Wonderful! Congratulations! You’ve caught the writer’s bug, and the only cure is to get words on the page. But where to start? If you’re new to poetry or writing in general,

  • UPMC Doctor: Pain Relief Possible Without Opioids0

    It is estimated that more than 30% of Americans are living with chronic and acute pain, and that percentage increases with age. In the past, opioids have commonly been the choice for chronic pain management. However, this approach to treating pain has been largely proven ineffective while also contributed to our nation’s opioid epidemic, causing

  • Charitable Tuesdays Return in 2021 Local non-profits invited to apply

    Charitable Tuesdays Return in 2021 Local non-profits invited to apply0

    Again, this season, the Williamsport Crosscutters will present Charitable Tuesdays. The program, presented by Pennsylvania Skill by Miele Manufacturing, gives local non-profit organizations a no-cost opportunity to have a presence at Historic Bowman Field, for the purpose of educating fans about their organization. One organization will be featured at a total of six Tuesday home

  • Williamsport Sun: April 21, 1915 – Chief George Harder Gets ‘Some’ Uniform0

    Of many handsome men who have been chiefs of police of Williamsport about the handsomest is George W. Harder. This is said without mental reservation or evasion in mind whatsoever. Without unnecessary apologies to Charlie Bathurst, Charlie Evans, Captain Russell, Ellis Wise, or any of the others who used to look so pretty when they

  • Fishing Alone

    Fishing Alone0

    Hope all is well, sports fans. Several items that need your attention. Last week we talked about a local hoopster who was looking to secure a spot. Well good things happen to those who put in the work. Alize Johnson recently signed a 4.1 million dollar deal with the Brooklyn Nets. He is under contract

  • The Leadership Challenge0

    I recently looked through some books that I had not read in quite a while and came across The Leadership Challenge, written by James Kouzes and Barry Posner. Though I am not particularly into reading books on leadership, this is one of the better ones that I have come across and would recommend reading to

  • Manfred’s Move0

    I am a baseball fan. I am also a fan of democracy and each citizen’s right to express their preference in choosing our leaders at the ballot box. But, come on man, the events of the past few weeks have nothing to do with baseball or democracy — rather all about whose power or clout

  • Resurrection Life!: Anxious0

    John 20:19-20, “On the evening of that first day of the week (Easter morning), when the disciples were together, with the doors locked for fear of the Jewish leaders, Jesus came and stood among them and said, “Peace be with you!” After he said this, he showed them his hands and side.” Evening? Have you

  • Five Tips to Spring Clean Your Home Inside and Out

    Five Tips to Spring Clean Your Home Inside and Out0

    Spring cleaning isn’t just about purging dirt and grime. It’s also the perfect opportunity to take inventory of items around your home. As you tackle this season’s cleaning, look for ways to improve your overall living space, from getting rid of things you no longer need to adding items that can work harder for you.


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