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  • County Hall Corner: Keeping the Ship on a Steady Course0

    The Lycoming County Commissioners are doing their very best to keep a steady hand on the helm, and they should be commended for their efforts. The work session on Tuesday, March 17th was heavy on substantial work. Among other things was the approval of Tom Heaps’s reorganization of the Prothonotary/Central Collections/Assessment office. Similar to the

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  • Williamsport Sun0

    March 23, 1940 Mayor Warns Vice in City Must Cease Mayor Leo Williamson and Police Chief John G. Good conferred in the office of the mayor this morning concerning reports that gambling, a vice, is existent here. The conference was still in session early this afternoon. Prior to the meeting, Chief Good, however, the mayor

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  • Together2

    (Dear Webb Weekly Family, I have missed the last two editions due to having carpal tunnel surgery. I’m glad to be back at my keyboard and again sharing faith conversations with all of you. Much to my surprise, the world fell apart during my absence. Sorry about that. I’ll be more careful in the future.

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  • Never Give In-Resilience in Troubled Times0

    With all of the doom and gloom in the news and on social media lately, I would be remiss if I did not mention the grit of this great community. Surely, it is not perfect. Like everywhere else, there is crime, and the darker side of humanity occasionally comes to the fore, but there is

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  • The Roving Sportsman…0

    Find the Silver Lining We are in the midst of rather difficult times, with indications that things are “out of our hands” and we must be patient as the medical industry develops an answer to this current medical pandemic — the Chinese coronavirus. Directions and guidelines are relayed to us daily and sometimes almost hourly

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  • Coming to Grips With the Coronavirus0

    The very last thing I wanted to discuss this week is the Coronavirus/COVID-19. I just cringe every time I hear it mentioned. I have my theories, thoughts, and complete befuddlement over the matter, but it just does not seem appropriate to share at this time. One’s quality of life begins with health and wellbeing. This

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  • A Lot Going On0

    Whew. There is a lot going on in the world right now. I’m not going to go into all the rights and wrongs of it. But I am going to encourage common sense. I’m going to give you the basics straight from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), so please follow what they are telling

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  • Montoursville Wrestlers Bring Home Hardware from Hershey0

    Montoursville wrestlers were a force at the PIAA Class 2A Individual Wrestling Championships held at the Giant Center in Hershey. In all, five wrestlers represented their team, high school, and community. Of the five young men, Branden Wentzel (106) and Cameron Wood (220) took gold. In addition to two first place finishes, Dylan Bennett (182)

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  • County Hall Corner: Help Wanted0

    There are state and federal job openings, so spread the word! For starters, the United States Census Bureau is still looking for help in knocking on doors after April 1st. Between March 12-20, a notification will be sent to every home, inviting them to participate in the census either online, by phone, or by mail.

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  • Williamsport Sun March 15, 1930: Withhold Permission for Steam Shovel to Cross Creek Bridge0

    The county commissioners refused permission to the Standard Construction Company of Altoona to cross the Montoursville bridge across Loyalsock Creek with a steam shovel. Word was telephoned to the commissioners’ office this morning at the courthouse about 11 a.m. that the company was at Montoursville with the shovel on a trailer. Permission was sought to

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  • What is a Widowmaker Heart Attack?0

    A heart attack happens when blood flow to your heart muscle is blocked for long enough to damage the muscle. If blood flow isn’t restored quickly, the heart muscle begins to die from a lack of oxygen, and non-functioning scar tissue forms in its place. If enough muscle function is lost, “heart failure” can occur.

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  • Clinton Township Seeks Park Improvement Ideas0

    The Clinton Township Supervisors propose to rehabilitate and improve their park, located along Route 54 across from Dollar General, and are seeking public input regarding park use and needs. They have been meeting with students at the Montgomery Area High School who have been sharing their ideas; they have also developed an on-line survey so

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  • This Week’s LION: Resource (Foster) Parents0

    One of the difficulties in growing older is not just the decline in physical vibrancy and mental alertness but also adjusting to the new meanings of words. In my lifetime, “liking” someone meant more than checking a box on a screen, a “tweet” was a sound from a small bird, and a “meltdown” was reserved

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  • Former Local Woman Is Co-Producer of Hit Cable Series “Better Call Saul”0

    “Better Call Saul” has been one of the hottest series on cable for the past five years. It is on the network, AMC. The co-producer of the current season of the show is a former Williamsport area woman, Trina Siopy. Trina is the daughter of Sophia Daskalakis and Chris Siopy. Webb Weekly interviewed Trina about

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  • The “Lure” of Bass Fishing0

    I suppose a better name for this piece would be “The lures of bass fishing” — plural instead of singular. Anybody who has ever gotten serious about their bass fishing fully understands what I mean when I say plural is more applicable; in fact, it’s a gross understatement. When I first got into bass fishing

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  • Spring, the Other Sweater Weather0

    Spring can be such a tricky time of year, some days are bright and sunny, while others are wet and muddy. As the days start to get longer, you may be tempted to pull out all of your warm-weather wear. However, this transitional season is still prime sweater weather, unlike crisp fall days that call

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Patterning Your Shotgun0

    Recently, I wrote about the wisdom of taking the time to pattern your shotgun – now let’s look at a few factors in actually making sure your trusty old shotgun is really shooting as it should be. This is not difficult, it does not have to be time consuming and by patterning your gun you

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  • The Seasons are Quickly Approaching0

    Well, I think it’s safe to say winter is practically behind us. These 60-degree days have just been amazing for March! In fact, my kids and I went to the bike path last week. They had a Monday off for in-service, and it was 65 degrees out. We loaded up their bikes, I packed us

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  • The Bookworm Sez: “The Great Unexpected: A Novel” by Dan Mooney0

    You had your reasons. That’s what you tell people after you’ve made a decision. Things were left up to you, you looked at the possibilities, and there was no need for discussion. You had your reasons, and because is a good enough one. But, as in the new book, “The Great Unexpected” by Dan Mooney,

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  • An Interesting Week0

    The St. John Neumann Regional Academy’s 2019-20 season suddenly came to a close. We were nipped 59-57 by Southern Foulton at the horn. It was a tremendous game, but unfortunately all good things come an end. 22-5. Mid Penn and District 4 Champs. PIAA Sweet 16. Impressive, but it still hurts. Everyone took it very

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