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  • Outdoors with Ken Hunter… Pheasant Hunting Where to From Here?0

    For those of us who are old enough, we certainly have fond memories of the “good old days” of pheasant hunting — especially in our part of the state. I remember well heading out into some nearby fields for a couple of hours of pheasant hunting; I didn’t have a dog, but I was often

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  • Don’t Skip Your Well-Woman Visits0

    You may not need a Pap test or pelvic exam every year, but there are plenty of reasons to check in with your doctor for an annual well-woman visit. Regularly seeing your personal care provider or gynecologist regarding your female reproductive health assures that you set the right schedule for screenings and exams, are prepared

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  • FALL CAR CARE – Four Tire Safety Tips for Winter0

    The same temperature you can begin to see your breath – 45 F – is also when the all-season tires on your car can start to lose traction and grip. As temperatures drop, drivers should remember that if you can see your breath, you should think about winter tires. Whether you’re planning a cross-country trek

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  • Doing Away With Distracted Driving0

    The evidence is clear: Distracted driving can be just as dangerous as driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Removing one’s eyes from the road for mere seconds can have dangerous repercussions, contributing to accidents, injury or even death. Distraction.gov, the United States government’s official website for Distracted Driving, states that, in 2014, 3,179

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  • “History of Wolves” by Emily Fridlund0

    Let it go. That’s what people say when others are upset: let it go. Shake it off. Can’t do anything about it now, so why dwell on it? Pretend like it never happened and that you didn’t see a thing — at least until, as in the new novel “History of Wolves” by Emily Fridlund,

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  • Clever DIY Halloween Box Costume Inspiration0

    • Arts
    • October 18, 2017

    If you’re looking for a fun, creative DIY costume this Halloween, look no further than your next Amazon Prime delivery. Boxes from your online purchases can be used to create clever box costumes — or boxtumes — using supplies you already have around the house. Boxtumes can be as simple or elaborate as you’d like

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  • Williamsport Continued to Impress On the Pitch0

    Rain was falling down in sheets, the pitch was hard to make out, and each and every player was soaked to the bone before the match even started. As Williamsport put its 11-3 record on the line against Selinsgrove, which also entered at 11-3, it was anything but soccer weather. Sometimes though, it makes for

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  • Helplessness0

    Helplessness. An inability to defend yourself or act effectively. The moment in a person’s life when they are watching their world fall apart, and all they can do is stare blankly. The feeling when you truly want to help, but there is nothing that you can do. In Las Vegas, on October 1, 2017, at

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  • Cleaning Out Your Toiletries0

    • Arts
    • October 11, 2017

    Fall is not only a good time to clean out your closet, as you transition your wardrobe from summer to winter wear, it is also an opportunity to inventory your toiletries. As flu season approaches, taking stock of your medicine cabinet, makeup bag, and other personal care sundries will give you a chance to get

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  • Gazette and Bulletin: October 10, 1913 – Billy Sunday was Kept Busy0

    Thousands of men standing as one, signified with their voices the wish that Jesus shall rule in Williamsport last night, following a great meeting and a soul-stirring an address by the Rev. William A. Sunday, the famous evangelist, who traveled hundreds of miles on Wednesday, yesterday and last night to be in Williamsport for nearly

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  • Local Vietnam Vets Weigh In On Ken Burns’ Vietnam Documentary0

    When Ken Burns’ latest documentary effort, dealing with the Vietnam War was shown recently on PBS, there was probably no audience with a greater interest in this documentary and how it presented the Vietnam experience than Vietnam veterans. Webb Weekly talked to several local Vietnam veterans to get their take on Burns’ presentation. Mike McMunn

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  • Hepburn-Lycoming Primary Raises $3,175 for Hurricane Relief0

    Call it a lesson in citizenship. A three-day fundraising campaign last month to support an East Texas elementary school affected by Hurricane Harvey exceeded expectations by nearly $1,200 — a success celebrated on Friday afternoon. Students at Hepburn-Lycoming Primary School were challenged by Principal Michele Kunkle to raise $2,000 for Rosa Parks Elementary School in

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  • Socktoberfest Returns to Curtain Intermediate0

    The community came back to Curtin Intermediate School on Friday night to help “kick it to poverty” with the return of SOCKTOBERFEST. The kickoff event launched the school’s month-long sock drive to benefit Lycoming County’s homeless. Better known as #socktober, the movement began four years ago by Kid President and Soul Pancake to help the homeless around the U.S.

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  • Sporting Matters with Spence… On the Decline0

    Last week I mentioned that youth sports are in the midst of a major crisis. I’ve actually been doing lots of research on this topic too. Scary thought I know. I waited until I turned 40 to do my homework. So, I recently found some figures to support my claim. According to the findings of

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  • Ferry Optimistic About PSU Hoops0

    Amid an FBI investigation and turmoil laid at the feet of big time shoe companies accused of funneling money to high level basketball recruits, NCAA Division One basketball programs officially began practice for the upcoming season this week. Yes, that is a bit earlier than it used to be, but it seems these days almost

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  • “Serving Others” Drives LCUW Campaign0

    Continuing one of Lycoming County’s long-standing and important missions, the Lycoming County United Way is in the midst of its annual campaign to support the work of the area’s human service providers in meeting the needs of those whose lives have been affected by adversity. Webb Weekly is proud to lend our voice and support

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  • The Roving Sportsman … Tasty Table Fare0

    The best way to insure that the venison you will serve your family and friends for supper is as flavorful as possible is to take only a well placed shot, do a thorough and clean job during the field dressing and cool down the meat as quickly as possible. More often than not, if someone

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  • Great Job Gabe Sinicropi0

    Tip of the Williamsport Crosscutters cap to Crosscutters Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations, Gabe Sinicropi. Gabe has 30 seasons of minor league baseball experience, and has been with the Williamsport franchise since it moved into Historic Bowman Field in 1994. Wow! Have things changed at the ballpark since then. He was recently honored

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  • Faith Conversations… Your Best Day0

    Jamie called and scheduled an appointment to meet with me because she was frustrated by one of my sermons. Everything I knew about Jamie was good. She was a dedicated wife and mother. She volunteered in several organizations, including our church. She was quick to encourage people and always seemed to be in a positive

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  • The Jaded Eye… Catching Up With “The Catcher in the Rye”0

    Is there relevance in a book written 66 years ago in today’s society that is so wrapped up in itself? That’s the question I asked myself when re-reading and digesting The Catcher In The Rye by J.D. Salinger. The book’s main character, 16-year-old Holden Caulfield, lets it be known he is undergoing treatment in a

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