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Terrapin asks consumers to demand clean vapes

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Terrapin Pennsylvania takes health and safety seriously. It is paramount to our mission as a medical cannabis company. Recent reports of serious health impacts related to counterfeit vape products has forced us to look inward as a legal marijuana company. At Terrapin Pennsylvania - ...

Time for change

Letters to the editor

MICHAEL JESSUP Lamar I am starting to see campaign signs for Jeff Snyder seeking re-election in November. As you go about your daily travels remember this very important item. Jeff Snyder does not care about the citizens of Clinton County. He cares about himself, his grasp on power and how ...

Dear Annie

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Dear Annie: My boyfriend broke up with me pretty suddenly and over the phone right after spring semester ended. We haven’t talked over the summer, and now that school started this fall, it’s been pretty awkward. I still have feelings for him and a lot of questions. Since we haven’t talked ...

There’s no one like an old fool

Letters to the editor

CAROLE MYERS GERST Milesburg I was totally flabbergasted when I heard Trump say his impeachment would cause a civil war. The arrogance of his comments shows that he falls nothing short than that of a dictator that has become unhinged. To think that I had voted for him makes me think ...

To Your Good Health

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BY KEITH ROACH, M.D. DEAR DR. ROACH: Our 18-year-old has been exposed to mono. Can you provide some information about this disease, including symptoms, treatment, complications and dangers of exposure to other family members, including toddlers and senior citizens? — F.J.M. ANSWER: ...

Questions to Trump opponents

Letters to the editor

TIM MANNELLO Williamsport This letter is addressed to those who oppose President Trump because you think he is occupationally inept, personally narcissistic, emotionally erratic, notoriously lawless, constitutionally adversarial, effectively chaotic, personally destructive, flagrantly ...

Bible digest

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“To whom also he showed himself alive after his passion by many infallible proofs, being seen of them forty days, and speaking of the things pertaining to the kingdom of God:” (Acts 1:3 AKJV) Jesus is alive. People saw Him. He never died again. He lives forever.

Why do veterans wear different hats?

Letters to the editor

JIM HIRONIMUS White Hall Veterans all across the nation and even in other countries like Australia and New Zealand wear baseball type hats to honor their service from the wars they fought in, the branches they served in or even the ships they served on. I saw this while vacationing ...

A time of unity

Letters to the editor

JANE REED Avis On Sunday, Sept. 29, how meaningful to worship with our sister churches - Lamar and Mill Hall - under the pastorate of our shepherd, Rick, and our “first lady” Jacqui. We love this special service. The “Tri-Church” choir was wonderful filling our loft to ...

‘Witch Hunt’ – Really?

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NANCY SWARTZELL Bellefonte Trump supporters have no clue as to the truth regarding the Biden situation because of the thousands of lies that Trump and his administration have spewed onto the American citizens. If Trump supporters had watched a real news outlet other than the Fox network ...

Pa. citizens are more concerned about environment than lawmakers

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By Stephanie Myers It’s a mystery how the walls of the Pennsylvania Capitol insulate our legislators from the reality of the climate crisis. Outside the walls, the youth of the world leave their classrooms and strike to get the attention of seemingly feckless government ...

OUR POLICY ON ELECTION LETTERS

Letters to the editor

Letters endorsing candidates for Pennsylvania’s Nov. 5 General Election must be received in The Express’ newsroom by 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 18, to be considered for publication through Tuesday, Oct. 22. Web site addresses will not be published in election letters. Form letters or groups of ...

This impeachment won’t work

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By DIANE DIMOND This is not a column about impeaching our current president. This is a column about the impeachment process and the history of the legal route our nation is obliged to follow to oust a federal official. In the 231 years since the U.S. Constitution was ratified, Congress has ...

Dear Annie: 35-year-old surprise

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Dear Annie: We received a shocking message on our answering machine a few days ago. A woman called and identified herself as a possible daughter from an affair 35 years ago. Later, a woman left a message saying she was the mother. I have not been in contact with this woman for 31 ...

For the best ride, consult a professional bike fitter

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BY KEITH ROACH, M.D. DEAR DR. ROACH: I am writing to you about an orthopedic problem for which I hope you can suggest a treatment. Apparently, not having my bike saddle high enough has caused pain in the right side of my right knee. Cycling is now my primary source of exercise, as I am no ...

Today in History

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By the Associated Press On Oct. 9, 1967, Marxist revolutionary guerrilla leader Che Guevara, 39, was summarily executed by the Bolivian army a day after his capture. On this date: In 1776, a group of Spanish missionaries settled in present-day San Francisco. In 1910, a coal dust ...

Rated “T” for teens

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By TAYLOR SHAFFER I’m a bit of a history nerd, so when my aunt asked me if I wanted to go to Fort Freeland with her, I practically jumped up and down. Before I get into how the day went, I’ll go into depth about how Fort Freeland was essential. Fort Freeland is a fort in Turbotville, Pa. ...

Reducing turnover among Millennials

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By CONSTANCE REECE, FRED COON & KATHY GAMBOA We are rapidly reaching a point in the U.S. workforce composition at which company leaders must decide how they are going to approach and manage their multigenerational constituency. Employers must focus on recruitment and management ...

U.S. must prioritize mining to win clean energy race

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By Michael Stumo Right now, the United States and China are competing to capture the production of advanced energy technologies like solar panels, electric cars, and lithium-ion batteries. And unfortunately, China is winning. The hard truth is that China has already captured much of the ...

The truth behind small nuke reactors

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By STEVE THOMAS When things are going badly for nuclear power, the nuclear industry offers the promise of new technologies. The latest example is the Small Modular Reactor (SMR), with significantly lower power outputs compared to established reactor designs. As always with nuclear ...