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  • The Roving Sportsman… A Pennsylvania Tradition0

    On this past Monday, more than a million hunters hit Penn’s woods in pursuit of whitetail deer. Schools closed for the day throughout the Commonwealth since a great percentage of students, teachers and staff would, no doubt, have been absent for the day with some variation of “buck fever” or “one-day deer flu”! Being a

  • Bears – the Good, the Bad and the Ugly.0

    The statewide archery season and the statewide firearms season for bears in Pennsylvania is now over however we still have the extended season for several days in late November that varies according to the wildlife management unit being hunted. With around 20,000 bears now roaming Pennsylvania’s woodlands your chances of success are pretty reasonable. While

  • Christmas Fun Coloring Contest …2

    Come one, come all and gather ‘round the Christmas tree! It is once again time for the Blaise Alexander Family Dealership Christmas Fun Coloring Contest in Webb Weekly! Crayons and pencils, paint and glitter, cotton balls and stickers! Bring your best and enter to win! Our new elves have arrived from the North Pole! Tiramisu,

  • Bragalone Ends College Career on High Note0

    As the final seconds ticked off the scoreboard clock, the most-played college rivalry in the nation was about to conclude its 154th game. It was a big deal. It mattered little that the neighboring participants were both bringing down the curtain on disappointing seasons, this was Lehigh and Lafayette and whether you were a Mountain

  • Grit: November 26, 1961 – Bartenders Enjoy Profits of Legalized Late Closings0

    About 60 boisterous Williamsport taverns, and 20 disgruntled club owners hailed and heralded the legalization of longer hours for an additional two hours until 2 a.m. Sundays. The new law permitting the two-hour extension, passed by the state legislature and signed into law by Gov. David Lawrence, is expected to hurt private clubs throughout the

  • Ulmer Euphoria0

    “It hit me like a deer in the headlights,” was the excited reaction of Montoursville’s Rachael Ulmer as she and her family re-entered their Bella Vista home following their ten-day stay at the Genetti Hotel awaiting the results of KISS-FM’s Extreme Kitchen Makeover contest. Dozens of onlookers consisting of sponsoring contractors, news media and friends

  • To Santa or Not to Santa0

    • Arts
    • November 28, 2018

    As a little girl, one of the magical things I loved about Christmas was Santa Claus. I loved the songs about him, and the movies, like “Miracle on 34th Street.” Every year, I willed myself to stay up until he came so I could catch a glimpse of him. Of course, I never did see

  • An Appreciation of The Jaded Eyed: Gerry Ayers0

    Last week the Webb Weekly family experienced the terrible loss of Gerry Ayers, known to his readers as “The Jaded Eye.” I was lucky enough to have known Gerry many years before he became associated with Webb Weekly. Gerry and I worked together as part-time clerks at “Jocks” sporting goods store on the Golden Strip

  • District 4 Athletes Continue to Prove Themselves on the Next Level0

    District 4 has continued to prove itself with top athletes makings statements at the highest levels. This fall season was no different as surprises and championships jumped out for highlights throughout the three-month-long season. There are plenty of standouts to look back on, but here are just a few as the fall season comes to

  • Caringi Carries on Family Tradition With Signing to Attend St. Bonaventure University

    Caringi Carries on Family Tradition With Signing to Attend St. Bonaventure University0

    Parents on both sides, surrounded by friends, coaches, his principal, Athletic Director, and a banner with the Millionaires logo spread across it. This was the situation Williamsport’s Kyle Caringi faced as he prepared to sign his letter of intent to attend St. Bonaventure University on National Signing Day in the library of Williamsport High School.

  • Thanksgiving Day in America

    Thanksgiving Day in America0

    I wish everyone a very happy and blessed Thanksgiving. The holiday kick-off is at our doorstep, complete with an early walk in a winter wonderland. Yeah, I think I could have waited for that. But you have to admit, there’s nothing like the beauty of that first falling snow. That perfect white blanket covering the

  • Happy Thanksgiving0

    It’s time for my annual Thanksgiving list! As you join friends and family this Thanksgiving, take a moment to remember all the things you have to be thankful for this year. Times get tough, but there is always a bright side and listing them out often makes the bad seem a little better. My family

  • 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


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