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Staff challenges amid COVID catch up to Susque-View

It certainly is in everyone’s best interest that Clinton County’s largest nursing home is safe, well run and affordable. We certainly sense that belief is behind the Clinton County commissioners’ decision to sell the nursing home to Allaire Health Services based in Freehold, ...

Who’s keeping PASSHE accountable?

The downsizing and integration of Lock Haven University is playing out like a tragedy, especially to those who bleed crimson. Elimination of various programs of study. Multiple layoffs of professors and staff (the most in the state system). And the latest: Giving away 22 Steinway ...

Grading our testing

One local pharmacy had a double virus test kit for $25. Another had a double test kit for $23, with supplies running low. A third had a single test kit for $15, also with supplies running low. A fourth pharmacy was out of test kits. All within an hour’s time in one day. All in a ...

Be grateful; have empathy

We ask you to consider the above headline in the face of challenge for all of us to overcome this God-awful pandemic. Those who regularly read the obituary pages of this newspaper and other newspapers plainly see that the ages of those who we are losing are younger. That can’t be ...

A toast ….

In preparation for a New Year, we say “Good-bye, 2021” and “Hello, 2022.” And while 2021 did bring a lot of positives, most would probably agree it was a difficult — if not excruciating — year due to the pandemic. So, we will take the glass half full approach with a bunch of ...

Damage from tornadoes beyond belief

It’s reasonable to say that damage from this past weekend’s tornadoes in the south look like Japan after nuclear bombs were dropped there during World War II. Obliterated. That’s our description of the homes and businesses hit by what the Kentucky governor said was the state’s worst ...