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  • Time to Say Goodbye0

    Well everyone, my time has come to say goodbye to writing my weekly column. Where have the ten years gone? I forged a bond with my readers and Webb staff, and it will be sorely missed. However, I am very weak now. It’s difficult to walk, and I get short of breath. I have fought

  • Some Wartime Thanksgivings of the Past0

    This country is currently waging a great war against the forces of terrorism with thousands of our sons and daughters deployed across the globe; almost all of them will miss spending Thanksgiving with their families. It was like this during other wartime Thanksgivings as well. Since we just observed the 100th anniversary of the end

  • Turkey & Pigskin0

    First and foremost, Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours from this little column segment of our weekly get-together. Here’s hoping you will enjoy the true spirit of the occasion as you gather with family and friends. Today most of the populous will write this off as ancient history, but as I recently drove along the

  • The Roving Sportsman… On Being Thankful0

    Thanksgiving Day is a traditional time when we get together with family and friends, sit around the dining room table feasting on roast turkey and all the trimmings and then retire to the living room to watch football games or just spend time enjoying each other’s company. But it is also a time to reflect

  • The Bookworm Sez: Holiday Gift Guide By Terri Schlichenmeyer0

    The mistletoe is hung, and so are the garlands, the ornaments, window decorations, and lights. You’d be ready for the holidays, too, if you weren’t hung up on a gift for that one certain person. Now what? Now head to the bookstore with this column in-hand, and look for one of these great books…. FICTION

  • Successful Deer Hunt – Now What?0

    Every deer hunter knows that once you kill a deer, you want to get it out of the woods as quickly and as easily as possible especially if the weather is on the warm side but what happens after you get your deer back home? I know a few hunters who just give their deer

  • Grit: November 25, 1956 – Undefeated Williamsport High Gridders Capture Central Penn Conference Title0

    Playing cold, efficient football all season, Williamsport High School’s powerful grid machine ground out a 20-6 victory over Steelton Thanksgiving Day, to finish the season undefeated and win the championship of the strong Central Penn Conference. Approximately 6,000 shivering fans were on hand in refrigerator-like West Third Street Stadium to see the Millionaires win the

  • Pennsylvania Readies for Another Exciting Deer Season0

    Pennsylvania’s coming firearms deer season looks as promising as ever to the hundreds of thousands of hunters awaiting its start on the Monday after Thanksgiving. Deer hunters have seen the statewide buck harvest increase over each of the past three years, and more than a million whitetails have been taken by hunters over the same

  • County Hall Corner: Sleep Well, Little Baby0

    Few things in life are more precious and beautiful than a baby. And thus, few things are more tragic and horrible than the death of such a one. The county coroner is one who must see this over and over again, and even experiencing it once is once too often. It was with this past

  • American Legion Donates to Harvest of Hope

    American Legion Donates to Harvest of Hope0

    American Legion Squadron 104 Montoursville presents a $15,000 donation to the Harvest of Hope located at Faith United Methodist. Harvest of Hope is a new program under the Central PA Food Bank, which started a weekend Back Pack Program for the local schools and a Fresh Express Program (the second Tuesday of each month). Co

  • Savor Simplicity: Holiday recipes worth sharing0

    Most great holiday gatherings start with great food and end with quality time spent with loved ones. This holiday season, rely on simple recipes that let you spend less time in the kitchen and more time celebrating special moments with family and friends. As a holiday host, it may be tempting to explore complicated new

  • The Best Gift Ideas0

    It would be wonderful to have the time and creative energy to come up with unique and useful gifts for everyone on your Christmas List. However, most of us need a bit of help in the present idea department. Pinterest and Instagram have a ton of way better present pics than I can ever dream

  • The 12th Annual Skip Hunsinger Children’s Christmas Spectacular Returns to the Community Arts Center as a Holiday Gift to the Community!0

    It’s that time again…The 12th Annual Skip Hunsinger Children’s Christmas Spectacular is scheduled for Saturday, December 8th at 10:00 a.m. FREE Tickets will be given out at 10 a.m. on November 24th ONLY. Children’s tickets are for people 12 years old and younger. Everyone else will receive an adult ticket. Tickets will be given out

  • Gabe Stillman Band to Present Special Thanksgiving Eve Fundraising Performance0

    Winners of the 2018 Billtown Blues Challenge, The Gabe Stillman Band, are presenting a fundraising concert for their trip to Memphis, TN in January of 2019 for the International Blues Challenge. The band will be representing the local Billtown Blues Association in a competition that includes the top blues acts from around the world. The

  • Pumpkin Pie Kids’ Craft

    Pumpkin Pie Kids’ Craft0

    With just some tissue paper, a paper plate and tons of glue — you can make this easy craft with your child today. Best part is it’s calorie free and you “make” it over & over again — on the fly & cheap! Supplies: • Large Paper Plate • Orange Tissue Paper • Brown Cardstock

  • A Quick Update on Alize and Kev.

    A Quick Update on Alize and Kev.0

    Alize Johnson took the area by storm when he was selected in the second round of the NBA draft. The 6’9″ lanky athletic forward from Williamsport then had an incredible summer league with the Indiana Pacers. He became an instant fan favorite, and his incredible nose for the ball turned several heads. Johnson averaged 12.4

  • Holiday Gift Ideas for Avid Gamers0

    Video games have a strong and enduring fanbase. Since their inception in the early 1970s, video games have been a popular component of personal recreation and culture. The Entertainment Software Association’s annual report says 65 percent of homes in the United States own a gaming device, while 48 percent own “a dedicated game console.” The

  • Get Creative With Gift Choices This Holiday Season

    Get Creative With Gift Choices This Holiday Season0

    This year make some holiday gifts — or give presents that foster creativity in your family and friends. Woodcraft offers many choices for creative gift-giving, as well as more traditional tools and accessories for woodworkers and DIYers. Woodburning and Woodcarving Pyrography, commonly called woodburning, involves the use of a heated pen to “burn” designs and

  • How to Time Holiday Shopping Right

    How to Time Holiday Shopping Right0

    The holiday season begins at the end of November and stretches into the first week of January. But this five-week stretch may not necessarily be the best time for everyone to shop. Harvard Business Review says that the retail industry has been turned on its head in recent years, and shoppers and retailers may want

  • Gifting Those Who Live Far Away0

    People move away for many reasons, including access to better jobs, a lower cost of living, mandatory job relocation, or to attend school. Some people enjoy seeing the world and make frequent travel part of their lifestyles. Distant friends and family members may be out of sight but certainly not out of mind come the


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