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Our economic problem is really a political problem

October 6, 2015 By Robert B. Reich You often hear inequality has widened because globalization and technological change have made most people less competitive while making the best-educated more competitive. more »»

What’s in the defense bill for U.S. military and families?

October 6, 2015 By DEB RIECHMANN The Associated Press Buried in the 1,915-page defense policy bill are major changes that could affect more than 1 million members of the military and their families. more »»

Pennsylvania’s budget train wreck unfolded over past year

October 5, 2015 The utter breakdown in state budget negotiations in Pennsylvania didn’t happen overnight, but was produced by diametrically opposed policy positions and fueled by tough rhetoric among people elected... more »»

Making ‘Sunshine Week’ every week

October 5, 2015 By KEVIN GOLDBERG The Tenth “Sunshine Week” ended about six month ago, on March 21. more »»

Issue of surprise medical bills stirs debate at hearing

October 3, 2015 By PETER JACKSON Associated Press HARRISBURG — Advocates for consumers, insurers, hospitals and doctors clashed at a hearing on surprise bills for expensive out-of-network health care services sent... more »»

Next Wednesday to bring yet another pivotal budget vote as GOP throws down gauntlet

October 3, 2015 By JASON GOTTESMAN Pennsylvania’s budget stalemate took another turn as Republican leaders threw down the gauntlet for Go. more »»

Bible digest

October 3, 2015 “The fear of the LORD tends to life: and he that has it shall abide satisfied; he shall not be visited with evil.” (Proverbs 19:23 AKJV) Fear God and enjoy His presence and benefits. more »»

Unidentified Flying Objects

October 3, 2015 “I need to figure out how to start an article on UFOs in Clinton County,” I told Sue McDermit, my co-worker. “Why not with the ‘Close Encounters’ theme?” she asked. more »»

Lynda Cridge is the newest local Master Gardener

October 3, 2015 MILL HALL — The Clinton County Master Gardeners announce that Lynda Cridge is the newest Master Gardener to join their ranks. more »»

Fundraisers, memberships are important to CCHS

October 3, 2015 A HUGE “Thank You” to everyone who came out to the 1900 Red Barn for a night of dancing and fun! Thanks so much, Christina Livingston and Jeff Frank, our sponsors the Fraternal Order of Eagles, Lock... more »»

Clocks, Carson, schools and Islamophobia

October 2, 2015 By DONNA HEARNE COURAGE AND CLOCKS The Jersey City Board of Education recently voted not to close schools for the Muslim holiday of Eld al-Adha. more »»

Survey system for nursing facilities unfair, needs fixed

October 1, 2015 By RON BARTH This past summer, Pennsylvania’s nursing facilities were the subject of unflattering reports and even a lawsuit by the state attorney general, when it was alleged that some facilities... more »»

Will Harrisburg ever fix pension crisis?

October 1, 2015 By RICH SHUKER The rate of “success” Harrisburg is having with the budget, coupled with the incompetence of our legislators who work for the taxpayers of Pennsylvania raises the possibility that the... more »»

An essay from Power of One: Preventing Suicide in America

September 30, 2015 The autumnal change in the air has decided to lay dormant as over a hundred survivors band together in Clinton County, Pennsylvania, to walk “Out of Darkness” in memory of their loved one lost to... more »»

‘Paging Dr. Doctivity:’ Medicine evolves into a business model

September 30, 2015 By WALTER BRASCH Beneath a three-column headline in my local newspaper was a barely-edited press release. This one caught my attention. more »»

Companies hoarding $1.4 trillion

September 29, 2015 Corporate America is stuffing a lot of cash under the mattres. more »»

Rich socialists and the Bernie Sanders moment

September 29, 2015 By BEN SHAPIRO California is the land of hypocrites. As I pulled into the parking lot adjacent to my radio station in Los Angeles, I noticed a Mercedes R500 sitting next to me. more »»

Survey: Half of Americans against Muslim president

September 28, 2015 By BILL HOFFMAN Dr. Ben Carson has been criticized for saying he would oppose a Muslim running for president — but a new poll reveals that more than half of all U.S. voters agre. more »»

Obamacare after Obama

September 28, 2015 The morning of the recent Republican debate, the U.S. Census Bureau reported that the number of uninsured Americans in 2014 had dropped by about 9 million from the year before. more »»

Health insurance enrollment up across Pa.

September 28, 2015 By Adam Smeltz Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Fewer Pennsylvanians are going without health insurance as the Affordable Care Act helps push more coverage into struggling communities, federal data show. more »»


Rachel's Challenge October 7, 2015

A bullying prevention program, 7 p.m., LHU Price Auditorium, sponsored by Safe Haven and open to high school students and other members of the public. more »

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April 17, 2015 Unlike many of the other races my family attended, the Warren half-marathon did not have many accessible checkpoints for my mom and me to wait at. more »

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