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“For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” (John 3:16 AKJV) God loves you. Jesus died for you. He has provided a way for you to go Heaven. Trust Him now.

Since when is telling lies acceptable?

Letters to the editor

JIM HIRONIMUS White Hall Has anyone noticed how more and more people have regressed to tell lies rather than telling the truth? How are we supposed to teach our children and grandchildren not to lie and to always tell the truth and accept responsibility for their actions while this type ...

Barletta for governor?

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TIM MANNELLO Williamsport Most people with a heart are aghast at the unspeakably cruel and un-American practice of separating babies, toddlers, mid-schoolers and teens from their parents at our southern border to discourage illegal immigration. Not U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta, however. Rep. ...

Protect and defend

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MICK SMYER Lewisburg Our elected officials take an oath to protect and defend our country. It’s time that they protect and defend us from what the U.S. Department of Defense has called a “threat multiplier:” Climate change. The Department of Defense (DOD) is not alone in ...

Saving grace

Editorials

Newspapers have to report so much bad, upsetting news that the all-too-infrequent heart-warmer comes as a welcome pleasure. The good news this week was not all from Thailand, where rescuers saved members of a boys’ soccer team who had been trapped in a cave. We had a miracle right here ...

Supreme Court picks

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KEITH McANDREW Williamsport After listening to the Democratic New York Sen. Chuck Schumer voice his objection to any possible candidate that President Trump would pick for the Supreme Court, I am reminded of a quote by Mark Twain who said, “Using the right word and almost the right word ...

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“Marvel not that I said to you, You must be born again. The wind blows where it wants, and you hear the sound thereof, but can not tell from where it comes, and where it goes: so is every one that is born of the Spirit.” (John 3:7-8 AKJV) Have you been born again? You must be to be a ...

History repeats

Letters to the editor

VINCENT J. DANDINI Trout Run So, the U.S. Department of Justice inspector general found no “documented” evidence that the FBI’s treatment of the Hillary Clinton “matter” was driven by political bias. I would point out that Henry II never issued written orders to his four knights.

What standards?

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CHARLES REEDER Montoursville More letters to the editor saying the left has a double standard when it comes to criticizing President Trump. They say the proof is the Clintons. Both of the Clintons were repeatedly investigated, with President Clinton being impeached by the U.S. House ...

What a crock

Letters to the editor

PATRICIA HESS Unityville I recently participated in a Teletown Hall with state Rep. Garth Everett. My question to him was, Why haven’t the state retirees received a cost of living adjustment (COLA)? We have not had a COLA in 15 years. His response to me via a letter was, ...

Border crisis could cause lifelong health impacts

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THEODORE CHRISTOPHER Harrisburg As president of the largest association representing physicians in Pennsylvania, I ask the federal government to increase its efforts to reunite families separated at the U.S.-Mexico border. It is well known that adverse childhood experiences from trauma ...

Clinton County Economic Partnership

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212 N. Jay St. / P.O. Box 506, Lock Haven, Pa., 17745 570-748-5782 www.clintoncountyinfo.com Michael Flanagan, President and CEO ceo@clintoncountyinfo.com Julie Brennan, Chamber/Tourism Director tourismdirector@clintoncountyinfo.com April Henry-Bittner, Leadership Clinton ...

Sentimental value won’t save the Town Tavern

Editorials

We agree with Mr. Steve Poorman’s assessment that the Harmon Building at 47-51 Bellefonte Ave., which includes the former Town Tavern, was a structure with great potential at one time. But once upon a time is a great beginning for a story of long ago ... not so much for a vision of the ...

Mill Hall wrong on radar

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JIM SIKORSKI JR. Wapwallopen Sadly, the speed-kills myth is alive and well in Pennsylvania. A real 25-state analysis was done of National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) data, which showed that 1.6 percent of crashes are caused by excessive speed. Barely above zero, ...

City of Lock Haven

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20 East Church Street, Lock Haven, Pa.,17745-2599 / Phone: (570) 893-5900 Email: lhcity@lockhavenpa.gov Web: www.lockhavenpa.gov Council Members r Mayor William E. Baney III r Sara Stringfellow r Richard L. Conklin r Joel Long r Douglas T. Byerly r Stephen L. ...

Senate Farm Bill passage

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ERIN M. WACHTER Harrisburg The Central Pennsylvania Food Bank applauds the United States Senate for its passage of the Farm Bill on June 28 by a vote of 86-11. We thank U.S. Sen. Bob Casey for his vote to support our farmers and agriculture community, and to ensure working families, ...

YOU HAVE THE POWER

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Each Saturday, The Express community newspaper highlights people, groups and activities our readers deem worthy of applause. If you would like to make a nomination for our weekly Saturday morning round of “Applause” for someone or some group for doing something special, send your ...

Bible digest

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“The next day John sees Jesus coming to him, and said, Behold the Lamb of God, which takes away the sin of the world.” (John 1:29 AKJV) Jesus died to be the sacrifice for our sins. Have you given your life to Him?

Loved ones still with us after death

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CHRISSY FRIDAY Tyrone Everyday, people lose loved ones through death. Whether a natural, intentional, or accidental death, it leaves loved ones behind to mourn the loss. In January 2017, I lost my Pap, the man who raised me and the only person who was a constant in my life. A year and ...