Opinion

Bible digest

Columns

“But these are written, that you might believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God; and that believing you might have life through his name.” (John 20:31 AKJV) Jesus is the Son of God and He can give eternal life to all who follow Him.

Truth exposed

Letters to the editor

MARLIN D. LILLEY JR. Cogan Station If you’ve watched the confirmation hearing of Judge Brett Kavanaugh for the U.s. Supreme Court, it was clear by the questioning of the judge by California U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein that one of the top priorities of the left is to gut the 2nd ...

In Washington, D.C.

Columns

- U.S. Rep. Tom Marino (R), 1020 Commerce Park Drive, Suit 1A, Williamsport, Pa., 17701. Phone: 570-322-3965. Website: https://marino.house.gov. - U.S. Rep. Glenn Thompson (R), Suite 101, 3555 Benner Pike, Bellefonte, Pa. 16823. Phone: 814-827-3985. Website: thompson.house.gov - Sen. ...

9/11 is reminder of what unites us as Americans

Editorials

It’s hard to believe it has been this long already, but 17 years ago today — on Sept. 11, 2001 — our nation suffered a terrorist attack on a scale unprecedented in our history. Thousands of Americans and citizens of other countries died when hijackers flew commercial airliners into each ...

McCarthyism

Letters to the editor

GEORGE LOCKETT Morris After just reading the Aug. 25 letter to the editor, “McCarthy’s apprentice’’ by David Bross, I couldn’t help but wonder, does any one else reading these letters see just how twisted liberals like David Bross are to actually accuse our great President Trump ...

Bible digest

Columns

“Jesus said to him, Thomas, because you have seen me, you have believed: blessed are they that have not seen, and yet have believed.” (John 20:29 AKJV) That would be us. I have been blessed by the living Lord Jesus. What about you?

Are you prepared for flooding?

Editorials

Suffice to say, our area has dodged flooding this summer in the face of incessant rainfall. Our neighbors to the east have suffered. Who’s next? Maybe ... as rain started Saturday here and hasn’t ended .. yet. This so-called summer, with its way-above-normal rainfall, suggests that ...

Two letters

Letters to the editor

MIKE KERSTETTER Watsontown Charles Reeder recently attempted to define “skeptic” and “cynic” as it pertained to man-made climate change. He’d like you to believe that a cynic is anyone who doesn’t agree with his position. He says that a skeptic would not question the premise ...

What do you think?

Letters to the editor

The Express welcomes letters to the editor as we encourage our readers to “Express Yourself” in this forum. Letters must be signed using the writer’s legal name with a complete mailing address and home and/or daytime phone number. Letters dealing with private disputes will not be ...

Anonymity: Good or bad for the people?

Columns

By CLIFF RIEDERS An employee’s conscience is so sorely affected by what he or she experiences, that an anonymous complaint is made not to the boss but rather to the public. Is this good or bad for the people? Just imagine the situation of a high-level employee, so distressed about what ...

Thanks to working Americans

Editorials

We hear a lot about unemployment rates, the gross domestic product, business inventories and a variety of other economic indicators. But among the most interesting are productivity reports from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). In essence, productivity data compares the value of goods ...

First family’s chain migration

Columns

By LINDA CHAVEZ Given the foolish consistency that comes with being the hobgoblin of little minds, there was no chance that our big-brained president would be consistent on the issue of "chain migration." In November, President Donald Trump decried the practice of immigrants sponsoring ...

Dear Annie

Columns

Dear Annie: I’m planning my birthday party. I’m renting out a room in a beautiful bar/event space downtown. I’ve got about 15 friends coming. Recently, in passing, I mentioned to one of my friends that I’d ordered a cake from a bakery for the occasion. She said, “You’re getting your ...

Twist in colon is a surgical emergency

Columns

BY KEITH ROACH, M.D. DEAR DR. ROACH: I am a 75-year-old male with a family history of colon cancer. I have a colonoscopy every five years. The results usually show some polyps, which are removed and biopsied. After my most recent procedure, the doctor said I have a twisted, spiral intestine ...

Misappropriation and misinformation

Letters to the editor

MARVIN COOPER Avis At the Aug. 27 Clinton County commissioners’ meeting with the public, they were considering imposing a $5 registration fee, that I oppose. Here’s what the commissioners did NOT disclose to the public. In January 2017, Pennsylvania residents saw an ...

Applause, Applause!

Columns

Each Saturday, The Express community newspaper highlights people, groups and activities our readers deem worthy of APPLAUSE! Great article in The Express (Aug. 23) about the Whippoorwill Tavern and the Vilello Family. I’m sure that brought back a lot of memories to a lot of people. And yes, ...

Trump should practice what he preaches

Letters to the editor

GEORGE DEMPSIE Williamsburg Webster’s Dictionary defines a hypocritical act as an action by someone “that is in direct contradiction to his or her stated beliefs or feelings.” Recently on WJAC-TV, I saw a report about President Donald Trump’s new 2020 campaign flags. The new flag ...

Why don’t CMHS alumni come home?

Columns

Our county was brought together in 2001 by the merging of three different high schools. Lock Haven, Bald Eagle Nittany and Sugar Valley high schools came together to form a seemingly perfect union: Central Mountain High School. But nearly two decades later, this attempt to harmonize and ...

Socialism

Letters to the editor

JAY C. MYERS Hughesville I don’t know why so many people are negative about socialism. You don’t have to look to Venezuela or Cuba, just look at the United States. Why do they call it Social Security? Because socialism security upsets too many people. Where else can a person ...

Bible digest

Columns

“Unless your law had been my delights, I should then have perished in my affliction.” (Psalms 119:92 AKJV) The Bible can give us the answers and strength we need in times of trouble. “Your word is a lamp to my feet, and a light to my path.” (Psalms 119:105 AKJV) You don’t ...