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  • Tights!0

    The fall weather has finally settled in, and your cold-weather wardrobe is ready to go. Or maybe not. Part of me feels that when we change the clocks, I also have to put away all of my dresses in preparation for the cold winter months ahead. When wearing skirts and dresses for fall and winter,

  • Christmas Shopping for a Fisherman0

    First off, let me be clear, I don’t know much about shopping — that is, going into stores and buying things unless those things are hunting and fishing things. I know even less about buying “online” or whatever it is called when you order stuff with your device. That being said, every year about this

  • An All-American Breakfast and Clean Ride of Appreciation0

    A heartfelt thank you and Webb Weekly salute to all our Veterans. Since the creation of the Continental Army in 1775, the American soldier has been fighting for and protecting our freedom every moment. Our Nation has been at what is actually considered war 227 out of a possible 245 years. With all the threats

  • Veterans Day0

    World War I, which was known at the time as “The Great War,” officially ended on June 28, 1919, when the Treaty of Versailles was signed, in the Palace of Versailles in France. Fighting had ceased seven months earlier when an armistice, or temporary cessation of hostilities, between the Allied nations and Germany went into

  • Gold Star Families Monument: Newest Monument at Williamsport’s Veterans Park0

    A trip by a local family to Virginia last year served as the catalyst for the newest monument that will appear in Williamsport’s Lycoming County Veterans Memorial Park in the city’s West End. “This monument came about with a text message from friends Ken and Tami Feese, asking us if we wanted to go to

  • COVID-19: Seeking Care and Preventing the Spread0

    COVID-19 continues to be a part of our lives. To say this has been a complex pandemic would be an understatement. However, as time goes on, we continue to see evolution in approaches to providing care that are safe, effective, and saving lives, and on top of that, we have multiple options for viable, safe

  • Caleb and Cayden. #20strong

    Caleb and Cayden. #20strong1

    It was absolutely pouring, and I was keeping my fingers crossed. Perhaps they will come to their senses and cancel the game in the mud. My crew and I set up outside the visiting Jersey Shore press box. We were huddled under a pop-up tent that was doing its best to protect us from the

  • And Jason Makes Three0

    This Sunday evening at the Genetti Hotel, the West Branch Valley Chapter of the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame will induct 12 new individuals to its membership rolls. Among those to be recognized is former South Williamsport High School and Lycoming College football standout Jason Zalonis. His selection makes the Hall of Fame a Zalonis

  • The Roving Sportsman… Getting Into Shape for Hunting0

    Tragically, every year as the hunting season gets underway and the “army” of Pennsylvania hunters hits the woods, unpleasant discoveries are made. As these hunters travel deeper into the woods than normal in pursuit of small or big game, the chances are all-too-real that they may come across a hiker or camper that has passed

  • Uptown Music Collective Kicks Off Performance Season With ‘70’s Radio Hits0

    There is a new radio station in town that will be “on-air” for one weekend only! The Uptown Music Collective, the area’s premier nonprofit school of music, is set to kick off their 2021-2022 Performance Season at the Community Arts Center by presenting WUMC: FM Radio Hits of the ‘70’s. The show will run on

  • County Hall Corner: Looking Forward and Backwards0

    The recent elections around the country, particularly in our region of New Jersey, Virginia, New York, and Pennsylvania, provided some interesting insights about where our country might be going. The polls predicted a shift to the conservative right, which certainly happened. But what was behind it was not necessarily what was making headlines. First, why

  • Overhauling Closet Mistakes0

    Everyone knows that feeling. You look into your closet and feel like there’s nothing to wear, even though it’s probably overflowing with garments. Not that anyone needs another project, but as we head toward the end of another challenging year, it may be time for a routine closet cleanout, if only for the sake of

  • Call in a Buck

    Call in a Buck0

    When we think about calling in a game animal, we usually associate that idea with calling in a turkey or maybe even a coyote; but as many archery hunters know, calling can also be very effective when hunting during the rut. The rut will go through three phases as we head into late October and

  • You Had Me at Coached0

    As a new basketball season is quickly upon us, I’ve been reflecting on the coaches I was privileged to have in my basketball career, who had — and some who continue to have — a tremendous impact on my life. One never knows who may enter a young boy’s life and either change his direction

  • An Early Red Kettle Kick-Off

    An Early Red Kettle Kick-Off0

    With The Salvation Army being our cover this week, I just thought it was fitting that I moved one of my annual topics up a couple of weeks. I have always been a big believer in the work The Salvation Army does. As most, I became familiar with the organization when I was only a

  • Fall Comfort Food

    Fall Comfort Food0

    When fall comes around, I really start to crave everything with carbs. Soups, stews, pasta dishes — you name it, and I want to try it. I think it helps me to be able to stave turning on the heat just a little bit longer. You can’t be cold while eating a nice bowl of

  • New Officers, Same Mission: “Hope Marches On” at The Salvation Army of Williamsport0

    The Salvation Army is one of the most beloved and effectual social service agencies anywhere — and locally — that is no exception. As we approach the Christmas season, strongly associated with the Salvation Army, the local “Army” has had a change in leadership, with two individuals determined to continue to do God’s work effectively

  • Three Ways to Eat Healthy on Game Day

    Three Ways to Eat Healthy on Game Day0

    The sports landscape changed dramatically in 2020. Professional sports leagues were forced to interrupt and/or delay their seasons, while many amateur athletes, including college and scholastic players, were told their seasons would not take place in 2020. Despite those delays and cancellations, many athletes are competing this fall and winter. And that means fans will

  • UPMC Physician: Plastic Surgery Supports Physical, Mental Healing0

    Common perception is that plastic surgery is cosmetic procedures to improve patients’ appearance, but in fact it is possibly one of the most diverse specialties. While plastic surgery started as a specialty for restoration and reconstruction of defects and damaged body tissue, it’s now used for traumatic defects by injuries, burn, congenital defects like cleft

  • Coach. Do We Have to Wear Masks?0

    Everyone’s an expert. Yet, no one has the answers. What to do about COVID remains a hot and controversial topic. It continues to divide us. The conversation about masks and winter sports is trending. We need to find some common ground. The title of this piece is a question that I entertain on a daily

  • Manfred’s Nightmare0

    Nightmares, defined as disturbing dreams associated with negative feelings, such as anxiety or fear. We’ve all experienced them at one time or another. Personally, despite not hitting the sack until well after midnight on those evenings last month spent watching the televised team celebrations of the American and National League champions headed to the World

  • Fall Trout Fishing

    Fall Trout Fishing0

    Like most outdoorsmen right now, I, too, am spending as much time as I can trying to tag a deer. After one nine-hour day sitting in a treestand and another half day in my stand in the rain, I still have all my deer tags. While I’m caught up in the hunting scene right now,

  • Muncy Historical Society Hosts Juried Exhibition of Fine Arts Made in Pennsylvania0

    If you enjoy various types of fine arts, particularly those made here in Pennsylvania, then the First United Methodist Church at 206 S. Market Street, Muncy, may be the place for you as the Muncy Historical Society hosts the 15th annual invitational Artists Exhibition and Sale on Friday, November 12, from 5:30 to 9 p.m.,

  • The Roving Sportsman… Hunting the Rut – Part II0

    This is the time of year that all archery whitetail hunters dream of. They schedule their vacations, complete the “honey-do” lists and spend every minute possible in the woods in pursuit of the wise old bucks that are lovesick and searching for a friendly doe. For about a week or two week period, the bucks

  • County Hall Corner: Our Looney Language0

    “Why is a raven like a writing desk?” This was a riddle asked by the Mad Hatter in Lewis Carroll’s classic, Alice’s Adventure in Wonderland. I must admit that I am beginning to wonder if I have not fallen down the rabbit hole with Alice when it comes to the English language. I discovered the

  • Fall 2021 Accessories0

    With the whirl of Halloween behind us, and as we gear up for the holiday season ahead, the chill is officially in the air, and you may be finding yourself ready to pull out boots, hats, and scarves as we continue into fall. But functional pieces aren’t the only accessories you can use to mark

  • Brown Library Awarded State Library of the Year0

    The James V. Brown Library, 19 E. Fourth St., was awarded Library of the Year by the Pennsylvania Library Association during the organization’s annual Business Meeting on Oct. 26. This award is presented to an individual library that has exhibited excellence in the following areas over the previous year: – Service to public or academic

  • Tricks, Treats, and Fink Family Feats

    Tricks, Treats, and Fink Family Feats0

    Happy Halloween! Please watch out for the witches, zombies, superheroes, princesses, and all looking to score a big bag of treats. What a great year to be a kid; you can Halloween in several communities due to the celebration being held on different nights. Not to mention the drive-by candy catch that is going on

  • Happy Halloween…0

    Ghosts and goblins, Spooks galore, Scary witches at your door! Jack-o’-lanterns smiling bright, Wishing you a haunting night! Pssssssst! Hey kids! C’mere! Got something to tell y’all! (Parental figures, please skip down two paragraphs.) OK, are they gone? Good! Alright littles, just a reminder there are multiple nights of trick-or-treating this weekend, so make sure

  • Ghostly and Ghoulish Happenings and Halloween Safety Tips0

    It is that magical and frightful time when the little ghouls and goblins dwell among us to celebrate the Halloween season. There are various Halloween-themed activities that these Halloweeners can participate in. Trick-or-Treat hours are also set for various area municipalities. Locally, some areas are holding trick-or-treating on Halloween, others have chosen to move it

  • The Shark Tank0

    Mixed martial arts (MMA) is a full-contact combat sport that allows striking and grappling, both standing and on the ground, using techniques from various combat sports and martial arts. It has limited state oversight — and has seen six deaths since 2007. It’s not professional wrestling — it’s for real! Realizing I was way out

  • Farewell Tour for ‘Rent’ Coming to Williamsport0

    Northcentral Pennsylvania residents have a final opportunity to experience the touring production of a cultural touchstone. The 25th anniversary farewell tour of “Rent” will share a “final season of love” at Williamsport’s Community Arts Center on Sunday, Oct. 31, at 7:30 p.m. The Tony Award- and Pulitzer Prize-winning rock musical became a phenomenon following its

  • Fall Fishing

    Fall Fishing0

    I love this time of year, and North Central PA is now shining. Fall brings us so many vibrant colors. Change is in the air. It is just a shame that it gets dark at 6:00 p.m. — this totally dampens my outdoor activities. Fishing is my passion. It serves as my zen. I am


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