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Hillary’s email alibi disqualifies her from the Oval Office

September 14, 2015 Her handling of email communications while she was secretary of state was not the “best choice,” Hillary Clinton has admitted. more »»

Getting immigration house in order just got tougher

September 12, 2015 Reports of tens of thousands of people from Syria, Libya and other countries flooding into Europe as they attempt to escape strife at home have been all over the news for several day. more »»

Sept. 11: Don’t ever forget the victims and what happened that day

September 11, 2015 Sept. 11, 2001 ranks up there with Dec. 7, 1941 as a day when the will and way of life of this country were attacked. So much has happened since then. more »»

Community conversation a good place to start

September 11, 2015 Firetree Place began a "community conversation" at the organization's facility at 600 Campbell St. earlier this year. more »»

A three-front attack is the best solution to heroin epidemic

September 10, 2015 The Center for Rural Pennsylvania just wrapped up a second round of public hearings seeking personal stories and testimony from experts and law enforcement about the heroin epidemic in our region,... more »»

The next movement needs to be one that supports all police

September 9, 2015 A deputy sheriff in Houston, Texas was shot dead recently. It was not during a confrontation with someone breaking the law. He wasn’t called to a domestic disturbance out of control. more »»

When it comes to new EPA rules, ‘crazies’ makes sense

September 8, 2015 Reasonable people considering President Barack Obama’s energy and environmental policies might conclude he is attempting to force us to turn away from sources of reasonably priced electricity on... more »»

Today we honor the foundations of U.S. exceptionalism

September 7, 2015 Today we celebrate and honor the foundations of America's exceptionalism. And that is us. More specifically, it is us and what we do. more »»

Constituent input welcome, but Iran deal is deeply flawed

September 6, 2015 The office of Rep. Tom Marino, a Cogan Station Republican representing our region, was hit hard last week with visits by constituents who disagree with his opposition to the Iran nuclear deal. more »»

Women in infantry: Only one question for military to answer

September 5, 2015 Army Capt. Kristen Griest and 1st Lt. Shaye Haver made history recent, becoming the first women to make it through the Army’s rigorous Ranger training program. more »»

A tale of two energy projects very revealing

September 5, 2015 Here’s a tale of two energy projects: In 2010, construction of the Keystone XL pipeline to carry Canadian oil to the United States was proposed. more »»

Are more private meetings first step to budget solution?

September 4, 2015 Gov. Tom Wolf says he is shifting his strategy in an effort to try to end the state budget stalemat. more »»

Legislature’s budget stance unpopular, but it’s the correct one

September 2, 2015 The state Legislature has an image problem. It shows in the latest Franklin and Marshall College poll, a respected survey on state issues. more »»

The Flycatcher is an eye-catcher that reflects city’s soul

September 2, 2015 The Flycatcher is an eye-catcher. The Flycatcher is the creation of Pennsylvania College of Technology welding instructor Mike Patterson. more »»

Pennsylvania presence spices up unforgettable LLB World Series

September 1, 2015 We are pretty sure there’s never been a Little League World Series championship game quite like Sunday’s. more »»

Kayla Mueller: A heroine richly deserving of Medal of Freedom

August 31, 2015 American Kayla Mueller went to the Middle East because she wanted to help people. As a result, she was captured by Islamic State terrorists. more »»

So what’s so bad about budget OK one item at a time?

August 30, 2015 Both the Republican majority in the Legislature and Gov. more »»

EPA accident reveals double standard

August 29, 2015 A coal company guilty of releasing 3 million gallons of mine wastewater into a river would be in deep trouble with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. more »»



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