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Budgetarily unarmed Legislature could lead to disaster

August 27, 2015 Pennsylvania has the largest full-time Legislature in the nation. We wish it were smaller, but it’s no. more »»

Another stand to stop violence - and hope it works

August 26, 2015 For the fourth year, the Stop the Violence basketball tournament was held in Williamsport recently. more »»

School bells ringing already; Key mission is a timeless one

August 25, 2015 School bells are ringing – as early as we can remember. The Muncy School District was back to class last Thursday. East Lycoming and Montgomery returned Monday and Montoursville today. more »»

Don’t rewrite history and reasoning for the atomic bomb in ‘45

August 24, 2015 No human being with an ounce of compassion in his or her soul would deny that what happened 70 years ago — the only hostile use of atomic bombs in history — was a horrible event. more »»

When a mess of an election is the preferred method

August 23, 2015 The November ballot in this area’s General Election will have a different look to be sure. There’s an Independent candidate, former Commissioner Rebecca Burke, on the ballot. more »»

Obama supporter Schumer has limit and Iran deal is it

August 22, 2015 U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., has been a staunch supporter of President Barack Obama on most matters. more »»

Facts don’t support Wolf’s claims of budget stonewalling

August 20, 2015 We've heard a lot in the past month and half about the Legislature's unwillingness to work with Gov. Tom Wolf and his administration regarding the state budget. more »»

The state budget bargaining: Will Wolf hold up his end?

August 20, 2015 Republican lawmakers said Wednesday they are willing to add $300 million in public education aid as part of a budget compromise with Gov. Tom Wolf. There’s a catc. more »»

For next 12 days, Americana is alive and well at Series

August 19, 2015 The teams have come from far away – Uganda and Australia – and just down the road, Red Land. Among United States competitors, there are fresh names in the competition. more »»

Wolf’s points on key budget blockages knowingly incomplete

August 18, 2015 As the state budget stalemate drones on, Gov. Tom Wolf’s side of the argument gets thinner by the day. more »»

Circle of suspicion correctly tightening on Hillary Clinton’s emails

August 17, 2015 Hillary Clinton has been protected by everyone, from her husband and former President Bill Clinton, to the mainstream media to President Obama. more »»

Gas industry vital signs can’t handle a severance tax

August 16, 2015 The Wolf administration last week announced creation of 30 new jobs in Washington County at Neptune Solutions Co., a water treatment company serving the oil and gas industries. more »»

Congress should begin inquiry of Planned Parenthood

August 15, 2015 Planned Parenthood officials have cried foul over an expose by an anti-abortion group. more »»

Streetscape/traffic study of Old City project area intriguing

August 14, 2015 One of the underplayed but major facets of the Old City plan involves a rethinking of traffic patterns in the city's East End and a host of site improvements that are long overdue. more »»

Ceremony shows what immigration is meant to look like

August 13, 2015 Recently 39 people stood before federal Middle District Judge Matthew W. Brann in Williamsport and took the oath of citizenship to become American citizens. more »»

With unity, great things can come of Old City strategy

August 12, 2015 City Council unanimously approved the Old City/East Third Street Redevelopment Strategy last week. more »»

Budget: Legislature should not cave to misguided priorities

August 11, 2015 Gov. Tom Wolf was not the only person elected in Pennsylvania state government last November. Across the state, voters bolstered Republican majorities in the state House and Senate. more »»

Changing sentencing guidelines for drug criminals illogical

August 10, 2015 Law enforcement officers and officials, along with the prosecutors and judges who deal with those they arrest, should discriminate against people only on the basis of the crimes they commi. more »»

Loyalsock board fills school director vacancy correctly

August 9, 2015 The Loyalsock Township School Board had a vacancy and filled it with Paul R. Watson II, dean of academic services and college transition at the Pennsylvania College of Technology. more »»

Steele facilitated growth in Community Arts Center

August 9, 2015 Rob Steele is leaving his position as executive director of the Community Arts Center to take a position in Florida. more »»



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