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  • A Half-Dozen Roses: Under-the-Radar Films for Valentine’s Day0

    Since it’ll be tough to get a dinner reservation tonight, how about curling up beside the fire with a nice romantic movie? Rather than such standards as “Casablanca” or “When Harry Met Sally,” here are half a dozen lesser-known cinematic roses: Beautiful Girls (1996) – Ironically titled film is mostly about guys — and worse

  • County Hall Corner: In Memory of Garth Everett0

    There is a theory known as Six Degrees of Separation that proposes everyone on planet Earth can be connected to any other person through a chain of acquaintances that has no more than five intermediaries. So, for example, I know somebody who knows somebody, etc., that would eventually know Joe Biden (or anyone else you

  • The Bookworm Sez: “Bad Day Breaking: A Bad Axe County Novel” by John Galligan0

    Not everybody has to like you. That’s a lesson you learned the hard way, probably in grade school. Try as you might, you were going to have enemies and detractors along the way and there wasn’t much you could do about it. Not everybody has to like you but, as in the new novel “Bad

  • Grit: February 14, 1943 – Planes to Assist in Air Raid Test0

    Realistic war conditions will mark a two-hour air raid test this afternoon in the area covered by the Williamsport Control District. Weather permitting, a squadron of planes will fly over twice during the test, which is to be held between three and five o’clock. One flight is scheduled for shortly after three o’clock from one

  • Love Comes in All Different Forms

    Love Comes in All Different Forms0

    Are you a lover of Valentine’s Day, or think it’s just a holiday for companies to make more money? You either love it or hate it. I can take it or leave, but I have found myself enjoying it more since I’ve had kids and appreciate it more now that I am older. My husband

  • Heart: Passion and Emotion, Part II0

    This is the third article in a series entitled “The Five Investments.” Previous articles are always available at http://www.webbweekly.com. “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength. The second is this: Love your neighbor as yourself. There is no

  • Library Moves from AmazonSmile To iGive for Online Shopping Benefits0

    In mid-January, Amazon announced that it was ending its AmazonSmile charitable program on Feb. 20, 2023. The James V. Brown Library, 19 E. Fourth St., was one of the thousands of organizations using this to encourage local residents to support the library when they shopped online. Although it wasn’t a huge fundraiser for the Library,

  • Staying Active in the New Year0

    As we move through February and New Year’s resolutions begin to wane, I decided to reach out to River Valley Regional YMCA Senior Program Director Rachel Bryant for ideas on how people can get and stay active. Dave: Rachel, first of all, why is it important for everyone to stay active and exercise? Rachel: Good

  • Eagles, Cupids, Monsters & Wizards0

    The only classified information I’m going to talk about this week is the winners of our 15th Annual Uncle Ron’s Webb Weekly Monster Buck Contest. The only person they worry about talking about the results before it’s time would be me. As most of you know, I always like discussing hunting and big bucks. This

  • Are You Ready for Some Football?0

    As another NFL season comes to a close, it’s time for our yearly rundown of Super Bowl picks and predictions! Mike Rafferty started this tradition over a decade ago, and it has been so much fun to continue the tradition each year! Let’s start around the office. Jaime is up first with an Eagles win

  • Action Leads to Motivation0

    Every year millions of people around the world make New Year’s resolutions. By the end of January, however, most of them have already lost their momentum and have given up on their goals. In the fitness business, we called these people the “30-day wonders.” People would tell me that they just weren’t motivated to exercise

  • Winter Closet Clean Out0

    There was a point toward the end of last year when a twinge of anxiety would hit me every time I looked at my closet. Now that we are fully into the new year, a closet clean-out is at the top of my winter to-do list. Of course, it’s not a simple task by any

  • UPMC Expert: Avoiding Common Winter-Related Injuries0

    With shorter days and unpredictable weather, the winter months can be particularly hard on our bodies. Ice and snow, harsh temperatures, and physical strain, particularly heavy lifting, are all part of the northeastern winter experience. Though many people may prefer to stay inside and wait for the outdoor activities until spring, getting some fresh winter

  • Valentine’s Day Indulgence Done Devilishly Right0

    If asked to describe the favored foods of Valentine’s Day in a single word, “decadent” might prove the most apt descriptor. Foodies and non-foodies alike recognize that Valentine’s Day and chocolate are intertwined, making the day an ideal time to indulge in something decadent. This Valentine’s Day, couples can share their love for decadent delights

  • The 2023 Fishing Season Underway0

    I know most of the fishing crowd doesn’t think of a new fishing season being underway until trout season rolls around in April, but I’ve always considered the new season underway when I hit the ice for the first time. In recent years that first trip rarely took place before the start of the new

  • The Big 4-0 Part 2

    The Big 4-0 Part 20

    As Paul Harvey always said — Now, the rest of the story. When I picked up the phone to call my brother, I couldn’t wait to hear his thoughts on my idea. I had thought for months about what I would do and knew it would be in the spring at the cabin or river

  • The Roving Sportsman… Seeking Sheds0

    Nope, this is not about looking for wood sheds, tool sheds, outhouses, or any other type of outbuilding. This is the time of year when bucks begin to drop their antlers, and hunting for these sheds is a passion for whitetail hunters. There is some thought that temperature changes or fluctuations trigger the shedding of

  • Fall in Love With These Romantic Films0

    Stories of romance are as old as love itself. That makes Valentine’s Day an ideal time to indulge in a romantic comedy or classic love story. Plenty of films can be enjoyed while snuggled up with a sweetheart on Valentine’s Day. The following can serve as a romantic starting point for couples looking to cozy

  • Junior High Hoops

    Junior High Hoops0

    Big Jim is back in California. He sent me a few pics from the beach and an 8-page punch list. I will do my best when he is gone. Has anyone seen my fishing rods? Several folks have asked the question. ARE YOU MISSING THE COACHING? I usually smile and give them a quick answer.

  • Habalar’s Moment0

    It wouldn’t be a stretch to think that anyone who has played basketball with a sense of proficiency hasn’t at one time or another conjured up thoughts about becoming a 1,000-point scorer, hearing the roar of the crowd, and having his/her name go up on the gymnasium wall. Visit any area gym, and you’ll find


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