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  • The Roving Sportsman… Mentored Youth Hunting0

    For an experienced hunter, one of the most valuable ways we can spend our time is to mentor a new youth hunter. It can truly be a rewarding experience to take a young, eager novice and nurture them through the process of becoming a safe, ethical and knowledgeable hunter. It will be an activity that

  • Deep Thoughts.0

    These are the best of times and yet the worst of times. Unprecedented times. I continue to pray and send good vibes. But I am very concerned with what is going on. One of the good things about writing a weekly column is that I get to chime in. Yes. I usually share a story

  • Sweater Weather0

    Last week was still pretty hot, but the daily highs are starting to lower, and the evenings are turning chilly. So, I think it’s safe to say that sweater weather is right around the corner! Ideal sweater weather is temps between 55-65 depending on how hot you personally run. But sweater weather isn’t just about

  • County Hall Corner: I Fought the Law and the Law Won0

    A standard science-fiction device is an unstoppable foe. It could be a virus or disease, an alien invasion, or a monomaniac bent on world conquest, but the common strain is that its power grows and grows without anyone being able to stop it. We have had such a creature growing in the United States for

  • You Wanna Bet?0

    Following a recent team practice session, one of the coaches rapidly completed his post-practice responsibilities and, dashing to his car, told his fellow coaches, “See you guys tomorrow. I’ve got to get to my fantasy draft league meeting.” On another occasion earlier this summer, while engaged in a baseball conversation, one person in the group,

  • St. John’s Newberry United Methodist Church Celebrating 150 Years of Faith and Commitment0

    Not many churches celebrate 150 years of existence and service to God and their community; happily, St. John’s Newberry United Methodist Church is one of them. Now, as many congregations of all denominations are melting away and closing the doors of their churches, it seems appropriate to look back and celebrate a church that is

  • UPMC Physician: Understanding Traumatic Injuries0

    Traumatic accidents and injuries are unfortunately an everyday occurrence. Many people often associate trauma with major events such as car accidents, gunshot wounds, and burns, however, traumatic injuries can also be from something as simple as a fall in your home. While no one plans to be involved with such events, it is vital to

  • Trail Cameras, Food Plots, and Treestands0

    When I look at how hunters prepare for deer hunting today and how they prepared years ago when I was a youngster, I see two very different approaches. We now have longer deer seasons and more deer hunting opportunities, especially for bowhunters and muzzleloader enthusiasts. We also have new and better equipment that has added

  • Appreciation for the Harbingers and Happenings of Autumn0

    Our Fall Home Improvement Guide can mean only one thing — the unofficial start of Autumn has arrived. Since we began the Webb Weekly, this is always one of our biggest publications of the year, and our 2021 edition is no different. Within the Fall HI pull-out, there are 114 businesses available to help you

  • Thank You!0

    By the time you read this, the 20th anniversary of September 11th will be behind us. But before we put another year in the rearview (and especially since as I’m writing it’s September 10th), I wanted to say thank you to everyone who helped make the first 9/11 Heroes Challenge a success! Steve and I

  • What Do You Know About Football?0

    Disclaimer. These articles are submitted Friday afternoon. Life gets busy, and I will occasionally miss my extended deadline. I often leave my lovely editor hanging. Those are never my intentions, kids. I sometimes struggle with part-time mobile freelance procrastination. There are so many great stories to share. Unfortunately, I simply need to do a better

  • Rubik’s Cube

    Rubik’s Cube0

    I can’t completely put the 2021 Little League Baseball World Series in the rearview mirror without passing on one of those heartwarming stories that make Little League about much more than baseball games played by sub-teenagers. Ken Sawyer has repeatedly dubbed it “a series like no other,” and some have expressed the opinion that it

  • Area Car Clubs Host Fall Shows in Muncy September, 18th0

    It’s fall in North Central PA, and that means car shows; specifically, three great car shows taking place in Muncy on September 18th! Whether you are into classic muscle cars, cool Corvettes, or iconic Ford Mustangs, there is something for everyone. Three separate car clubs will be hosting shows, including the North Central Mustang Club,

  • County Hall Corner: God Help Us0

    From the United States Congress to local municipalities, official meeting sessions are generally opened with a prayer. Often these are more directed toward the audience hearing them than Almighty God. Still, at the Lycoming County Commissioners Meeting on September 7th, Commissioner Chairman Scott Metzger opened the session with a prayer that spoke volumes. It deserves

  • Who’s in Charge?0

    Sadly, in today’s world, the word ‘bubble’ has taken on a totally different meaning than that used to describe a luxurious bath or a child’s gum. It’s now a protective word meant to shield one from interactions and danger from the outside world. During last month’s Little League Baseball World Series, the ‘bubble’ that surrounded

  • Our “Ugliest” Winged Creature0

    Maybe I should be a little more considerate and rephrase that story title and say our “not so attractive” winged creature. If you haven’t already guessed, I’m referring to the common and frequently sighted turkey vulture. The vulture’s featherless red or pinkish head and neck are anything but cute, and their eating habits only add

  • The Roving Sportsman… Chasing Bushy Tails0

    If you did a survey, particularly of older hunters, I bet most began their hunting days by tramping the woods searching for squirrels. They were certainly an upland game that I targeted in my early days of hunting. Today, there seems to be less interest in spending time hunting squirrels, yet there remain many good

  • Remembrance, Reflection, and Refocusing0

    It’s hard to believe 20 years have slipped into the future since that second day of infamy in American history. I remember it like it was yesterday. A beautiful late summer September morning, all seemed right in the world as the day began. I was meeting my Father for coffee before beginning the workday. The

  • Never Forget0

    It is difficult to believe that 20 years have passed since September 11th. Some years it feels like yesterday, and some it feels like several lifetimes ago. Although recent events bring it back close to home. A total of 2,996 people were killed in the 9/11 attacks, including the 19 terrorist hijackers aboard the four

  • 20th Anniversary 9-11 Memorial Coalition Motorcycle Ride This Saturday0

    This Saturday is the 20th anniversary of a grim day in American history — the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, that claimed 3,000 lives. As they have every year since this horrific event took place, the 9-11 Memorial Coalition Motorcycle Ride will honor and remember the victims in a 37-mile motorcycle journey that seems

  • County Hall Corner: Toughest Job in Town – Voter Services0

    How many of us would like a high profile job where it seems the whole world will see the result of the work? This job also allows for a zero margin of error — everything must be done perfectly. And just to make it even more challenging, the boss changes the way the job is

  • Willy Turns the Big 5-00

    • Arts
    • September 8, 2021

    “Come with me, and you’ll be, in a world of pure imagination…” With those wondrous words, the eccentric confectioner Willy Wonka welcomed five young children on a journey filled with sweets, surprises, and a few scares. The year was 1971, and the film “Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory” instantly became a classic. This past

  • This Week’s LION: The 9/11 Memorial Riders0

    On September 11, 2001, our nation was paralyzed over three separate terrorist hijackings of passenger planes. There was a small group of motorcycle owners, however, who just wanted to do something — so they did what they do — they rode. Circling around the city of Williamsport, they symbolically demonstrated freedom in action. From that

  • Favorite Fall Pieces0

    Around this time of year, when it seems like the hot and sticky weather will never end, I find myself yearning for fall classics like sweaters, boots, and everything plaid. Don’t get me wrong, I’m still enjoying summer staples, like breezy dresses and racerback tanks, but it’s always fun to think ahead toward everything the

  • Local Care Home Keeps Seniors Fit0

    Pictured walking around the Garden Terrace at Presbyterian Home of Williamsport is Patricia Nierle. She is often seen taking her laps to “get a good leg stretch” in. Pictured with the weights is Maria Sassano. Maria is a busy lady, she loves to walk, help with things around the community and will take time with

  • The “Electronics” of Catching Late Summer Crappies0

    Bruce, me and Dan after a successful day on the lake. What on Earth do electronics have to do with catching crappies or any other fish for that matter? Well, actually, electronic devices and equipment can play a significant role in fishing success. Don’t misunderstand; you still must know what you are doing; you must

  • The Roving Sportsman… Safety Should Be Priority One!0

    Dove and Canada goose seasons are underway; squirrel season opens on September 11 and in just over 3 weeks, the statewide archery deer season will begin. Cooler temperatures are starting to prevail and soon fall colors will begin to paint the landscape. While most conscientious hunters practice and prepare before the seasons, an alarming number

  • Groundbreaking for Muncy Bank office held in South Williamsport0

    Pictured are: Steven W. Cappelli, Manager and Director of Public Safety, Borough of South Williamsport; Kevin Weinhoffer, The Muncy Bank and Trust Company, Senior Vice President/Chief Commercial Officer; Robert J. Glunk, President & CEO, The Muncy Bank and Trust Company; Marlin Angelo, South Williamsport Mayor; Tammy L. Gunsallus, The Muncy Bank and Trust Company, Senior

  • UPMC Pediatrician: Back-to-School Advice0

    Getting your kids ready to go back to school means more than getting new school supplies and clothes. Recommitting to your children’s health care is another major way to prepare. Over the summer it might have been a bit easier to slack on bedtimes and meals, but now is the chance to establish and meet

  • Another Recap0

    Congratulations to my friends at Little League International. They somehow found a way to crown a 2021 World Series Champion. The new norms and COVID protocols were a major challenge. Everyone’s an expert, and I applaud my chums for providing another great experience. I am very proud to live in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. The crowds at

  • How to Honor First Responders0

    The 20th anniversary of 9/11 is a great time to recognize the efforts of first responders and honor them for all they do. This fall marks the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The attacks on September 11, 2001 remain the deadliest terror attacks in world history, claiming more than 2,900 lives and causing

  • Ken Sawyer’s 50th1

    Ken Sawyer was honored by Steve Keener, Little League International President, and CEO. I was tipped off it was coming, and I enjoy surprises as long as they are happening to other people. For a couple of decades, I have enjoyed the privilege of being a part of the iHeart Media radio coverage of the

  • End of Summer-ish0

    So — clearly — I am not Jimmy. Jimmy has been incredibly busy organizing football broadcasts, filming Touchdowns & Tailgates and making sure our advertisers are well taken care of. So, he asked me if I could fill in for the week. All he asked was that I keep things positive. I’m pretty good at

  • 15th Annual Balloonfest, Air Show and Much More To Take Place September 11 and 120

    In the late 1960s, there was a popular song called “Up, Up and Away In My Beautiful Balloon” by the Fifth Dimensions; well, on the weekend of September 11 and 12, there will be many balloons going “Up, Up and Away” as the 15th Annual “Balloonfest, Air Show and Much More,” is held once again

  • 50th Annual Lock Haven Jaycees Regatta To Be Held This Weekend0

    The Susquehanna River at Lock Haven will be alive with the sound of the roar of boat engines as the 50th Annual Lock Haven Jaycees Boat Regatta takes place this weekend. The four-day celebration begins with the opening of the carnival midway on Water Street at 6 p.m., Friday, September 3. Powerboat racing begins at

  • Fall Trends 20210

    With less than a month away from the official start of autumn (even though it’ll probably still feel like high summer come late September) I’m beginning to think about fall fashion. This past year has seen fashion trends sway toward looser silhouettes, more relaxed fits, and a high comfort factor. As we move into fall

  • Motivational Speaker Caz Russell to Present ‘Leaving a Legacy’ at Taber’s Coffee Hour0

    The Thomas T. Taber Museum of the Lycoming County Historical Society will be hosting Caz Russell speaking on leadership skills which lead to ‘Leaving a Legacy’ at its Coffee Hour on Thursday, September 9, 2021 at 10am in its Community Room. The program is free and open to the public. As a John Maxwell Certified


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