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  • The Roving Sportsman… Goats, ‘Yotes and Dogs0

    If you have ever daydreamed about doing some hunting out west, there are some inexpensive opportunities available that won’t break the bank like a 2-week fully guided pack horse trip for elk and mule deer might do. You can have a wonderful experience hunting the eastern plains of Colorado, for example, and some of the

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  • Getting Back to the Political Poppycock0

    Before I get started on my main topics of discussion, just a reminder to all our hunters out there. If you’re lucky enough to tag that big buck you’ve been watching all summer, make sure you enter our Uncle Ron’s Monster Buck Contest. Webb Weekly’s very own Ron Mingle will be back to oversee the contest even

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  • Kick Off Your Fall Hunting With Some Dove Hunting0

    It’s hard to believe that summer is winding down already; just check the leaves starting to pile up in your yard if you’re still not convinced. I’m not about to put my fishing gear away, but I’m adding hunting gear to my active pile of stuff. For me, hunting season tends to get underway with

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  • The Roving Sportsman… 2019 Shooting Expo0

    When was the last time that you were interested in purchasing a firearm where the dealer in the shop said it was “OK” to take it out for a test firing to make sure it is want you hoped it would be? Have any of the big box stores allowed you to check out a

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  • This Week’s LION: Williamsport Police Chief Damon Hagan0

    As was noted in this last week’s County Hall Corner, Williamsport Police Chief Damon Hagan conducted an important press conference to address the recent number of shootings in the city of Williamsport. Only in the position of chief of police since January of this year, Hagan inherited a department that was suffering from low morale

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  • The Roving Sportsman… The Sound of Silence0

    When Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel recorded the song, “The Sound of Silence,” on June 15, 1965 and released it later that year on September 12, they could not really have known what the sound of silence was truly like. Fast forward to August of 2019, on a remote lake in far northern Quebec, called

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  • The World Needs More Zealots!0

    The world needs more zealots! Now, before you start sending me hate mail or demand that I be fired from writing any future articles hear me out. I am not remarking on religious zealots that twist religion to fit their own views of the way the world should be by bombing bus stations or shooting

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  • County Hall Corner: The Guns of August0

    A special press conference was held at the Williamsport City Hall on Tuesday, August 6th, to address the rash of recent shootings in the city. It was held by Mayor Campana, Williamsport Police Chief Damon Hagan and Captain Sherman Shadle of the Pennsylvania State Police. The attendees included all three Lycoming County Commissioners, the entire

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Summertime Reading0

    With summer well under way and with lots of outside activities to enjoy, little thought is generally given to reading. There are, however, those rainy days that keep us inside and there are times when whiling away the hours while sitting along a stream or a woodsy setting and reading a good book can be

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Legislation0

    As responsible sportsmen, we have a duty to be aware of past legislation that affects our sport and pay attention to those laws that are being proposed that could affect the future of our outdoor activities. Part of the pride that hunters, fishermen, and conservationists can feel is reflected in some of those acts or

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  • Summer Sports Safety0

    Now that the summer weather is here, it seems easy to jump right into athletic activity and pick up right where you left off last year. Unfortunately, over 3.5 million people in the U.S. suffer sports related injuries each year, with a large portion during the summer months. If the body is not properly trained,

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  • “One Small Step” Remembered 50 Years Later0

    This week marks the 50th anniversary of one the momentous events in the history of mankind — Apollo 11 landing two men on the moon and returning them back to earth safely. Webb Weekly wishes to recall this history-making event by bringing the recollections of several area residents and what were their impressions of it.

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  • The Roving Sportsman… “Whitetails”0

    There is probably no other single word in the English language that will conjure up so much daydreaming and conversation among fellow hunters than the word “whitetails!” While there are certainly many avid turkey, bear, upland game and waterfowl hunters from coast to coast, the majority spend more time talking about whitetails than any other

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  • An All-American Celebration of Freedom0

    Happy Fourth of July America! It seems like only yesterday I was downtown for the Bicentennial Parade. Wow, where have those 43 years gone? As you celebrate everything that is the United States of America on our 243rd Independence Day, please take a moment to reflect and give thanks. Take a knee for the only

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  • The Roving Sportsman… The Greatest Father’s Day Gift0

    You can go to your local outdoor store and come up with many, many gift ideas for Dad on His Day. You can go online and find hundreds of great gift ideas to make His Day a little brighter. And, you can browse through the many catalogs you or he receives in the mail to

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  • Trump Visit Brings To Mind Previous Presidential Visits To Williamsport0

    Last week’s rapturous reception to the visit to the Williamsport area of President Donald J. Trump evokes memories of previous Presidential visits, though none probably matched the enthusiastic reception that Trump received here. Williamsport has always been the most important crossroads community of Northcentral Pennsylvania. This strategic position has yielded many visits by important and

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  • Making the Calls0

    As the room began to fill, the noise level increased incrementally. Soon the conversations taking place all across the room melted into one big buzz as the ‘war stories’ of the games they had officiated elicited smiles, laughter and an occasional contradiction to what was being discussed. The occasion was the annual end-of-the-year gathering of

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Go Anyway!0

    Sometimes, it just seems like the effort will be wasted. You’re tired from the hard work the day before, it’s raining, it’s windy, it’s too cold, and you overslept and now won’t arrive at your hunting spot until much later than you had planned. You’ll jump the deer or turkeys as you try to hurry

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  • Hoops, Justice and a Place to Play0

    It is great to see basketball back at Memorial Park. Tip of my Webb Weekly cap to Mayor Gabriel Campana and his efforts on getting this done. When the basketball hoops were taken down a few years back, I was not a fan of the decision. I reached out to Mayor Campana and let my

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  • Alize – Paying Hoop Dreams Forward

    Alize – Paying Hoop Dreams Forward0

    Several years back, I was helping coach a very talented Loyalsock 8th grade basketball team. Datres, Little, Sosa, Baggett, Pastore and my son Jimmy were the mainstays on the roster. I had the pleasure of working with these boys since the time they were in third grade, and they looked forward to playing the best

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Turkey Camp — Florida Style0

    When we Pennsylvanians conjure up thoughts of going to hunting camp, we generally picture a similar setting. Often, it is an old farmhouse that has been remodeled to include an upgraded kitchen and bedrooms that house numerous bunk beds to sleep all of the hunters. There is usually a large dining area that doubles as

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  • Our Nation has Become Zombified1

    I have never been a fan of zombies. I remember in the late 70s when “Dawn of the Dead” was the big movie. I had no interest in seeing it. When I go to the movies, I want to laugh and be entertained. I have never been into the blood, gore, and things that go

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  • Now, It’s Up to You!0

    Every year an untold number of Pennsylvania hunters cross our borders to spend time and money pursuing their passion for hunting outside our state. Some of these individuals travel to western states to hunt for elk, mule deer, mountain lions or other game that is simply not available here. Often, several hunters will travel with

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  • The Roving Sportsman… It’s Time to Take a Non-shooter Shooting!0

    If you are like the majority of shooters that I have encountered over the years, you probably began shooting during your early years. Through the decades, your passion for the sport has grown and now you have, no doubt, expanded your shooting to include rim-fire and center-fire rifles, handguns of all sorts and the various

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  • The Warrior Six0

    I have nothing but love for Lycoming College. It is a beautiful place, and there is so much to offer. Both of my parents worked here until 2017, and I was a part-timer in the athletic department for 16 seasons. I earned my degree from Lycoming in 2001, and I am very proud of my

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  • This Week’s LION: Commissioner Candidate Gabe Campana0

    The starting gate for the May Primary will have a crowded field for the office of County Commissioner. The count could be as high as eight to ten candidates, including the incumbents, but probably none are as well known as Gabe Campana. After three terms as Williamsport mayor, Campana felt that he had succeeded in

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  • Malacusky Joins the Record Books as 1,000-Point Scorer for the Sullivan County Griffins

    Malacusky Joins the Record Books as 1,000-Point Scorer for the Sullivan County Griffins1

    As Sullivan County’s MyKenzie Malacusky pulled up during the closing seconds of the third quarter most in attendance knew the shot could be history for the program. Malacusky controlled the pass from her teammate, zoned in on the hoop, and let a shot fly as the clock fell under ten seconds. The ball left no

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Near Disaster!!!0

    Clayton Rue, a sporting clays instructor from Alaska, recently related having witnessed a catastrophic failure of a shotgun. The failure occurred when a 20-gauge shell was inadvertently dropped into a 12-gauge shotgun, then a 12-gauge shell was loaded on top of it! When this occurs, the 20-gauge shell hangs up down in the barrel- allowing

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  • This Week’s LION: The Private Public Servant – Tom Marino0

    Tom Marino, U.S. Representative of the 12th Congressional District of Pennsylvania, officially resigned from Congress on January 23, 2019. His formal press release did not explain this action, although in a later statement he commented that he was taking a job in the public sector. Given the current political climate, I can say with full

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Off and Running!0

    With January past its midpoint and Old Man Winter tightening his grip as best he can, one begins to wonder just what to do to pass the time. Well, the clock is running, and there really isn’t anything you can do about the weather except wait it out in hopes that spring just might come

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  • The Roving Sportsman… New Year’s Resolutions0

    It is that time of year to make our traditional New Year’s Resolutions — you know -that list of things we know we should follow, but rarely seem to accomplish! So really, the first step is to promise ourselves that this year we will make that list and be much more conscientious about following it.

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  • Customize and Make Your Own Lures0

    My wife and I spent the better part of a day at Cabela’s the week before Christmas, and trust me, I was never overtaken by boredom. Needless to say, I spent a good bit of my time wandering the seemingly endless aisles of fishing lures and fishing equipment. I probably don’t have to tell you

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  • California – A Failed Example of Liberal and Socialistic Policy1

    My thoughts and prayers go out to the family of Newman, California Police Corporal Ronil Singh. The young officer lost his life during a routine traffic stop when an illegal alien with a criminal record opened fire. The K-9 handling Officer leaves behind a young wife, a five-year-old son, and a large supportive family. The

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