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Clarifying insinuations about city, fire companies

May 15, 2013 Recent letters to the editor regarding a proposed fire truck purchase for the City of Lock Haven raised some questions and contain some insinuations of wrongdoing that concern me as the person... more »»

The Battle of Gettysburg

May 14, 2013 (Publisher’s Note: The Express publishes this column in commemoration of the upcoming 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg and its significance to America. more »»

Special events, programs June 29-July 7

May 14, 2013 GETTYSBURG - Join us - www.Gettysburgreenactmen. more »»

Pennsylvania’s budget woes will test GOP on business tax cut

May 13, 2013 HARRISBURG — Gov. Tom Corbett and his fellow Republicans who control the Legislature were poised to deliver yet another business tax cut, the biggest yet of Corbett’s three budget proposals. more »»

Good for business: One Pa. beer distributor’s privatization perspective

May 11, 2013 What business owner wouldn’t jump at the chance to expand their business? Some of my fellow beer distributors, apparently. more »»

Easy money ... your money

May 10, 2013 Afghanistan’s president, Hamid Karzai, isn’t ready to give up his financially beneficial relationship with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) just ye. more »»

Celebrate the freedom of Amanda, Gina and Michelle, then get to work applying lessons their cases have to teach

May 10, 2013 CLEVELAND — “A living faith will last in the midst of the darkest storm,” Mahatma Gandhi vowed. more »»

Pa. funeral regulations struck down as ‘protectionist regime;’ appeals continue

May 9, 2013 HARRISBURG – After a four-year court battle, wide swaths of state regulations for funeral homes were swept aside last year by a federal judge who ruled them anti-competitive and protectionist. more »»

Critics decry Pennsylvania’s revived food stamp test

May 8, 2013 HARRISBURG — After having been unemployed for several months, Heather Spearline decided it was finally time to ask for help. more »»

A virtuoso performance by a class act

May 7, 2013 (EXPRESS NOTE: The column below is being republished with permission of the writer and the DuBois, Pa., Courier-Express newspaper. Harry Pinge is a graduate of the old Lock Haven High School. more »»

The song of Ole Bull

May 4, 2013 So a Norwegian violinist walks into a bar… This only sounds like a joke, actually. There’s no punchline. I’m really leading into an actual, historical topic that genuinely happened in the area. more »»

Plug into Power Library Network

May 4, 2013 By DIANE WHITAKER End-of-the-year school projects have you stuck inside? The library can hel. more »»

‘Dining with Diabetes’ can help you manage daily living

May 4, 2013 Over the past decade, there have been many changes in the world of diabetes. The number of individuals who have this serious disease is growing so rapidly that it is now considered an epidemic. more »»

Blessings and curses

May 4, 2013 A traveler received a pouch from a mysterious stranger. Holding the pouch, he could feel that it contained coins. more »»

Stop illegal amnesty in U.S. in memory of ‘Mama Marciano’

May 3, 2013 My mother’s maiden name was Eleanora Maria Marciano. That’s about as Italian as you can get. And she certainly was. She came here - legally - as a seven-year-old child who spoke no English. more »»

Horrors! Private liquor spells doom for Pennsylvania, group says

May 3, 2013 HARRISBURG – For most of the last two years, the debate over alcohol privatization in Pennsylvania has focused on the financial aspects of the Republican-backed plan to sell-off the state liquors. more »»

Sad flood of incompetence

May 2, 2013 Congress’ political paralysis has rendered it incapable of determining national priorities, as demonstrated by the across-the-board budget-cutting known as sequestration. more »»

Firefighters insurance taxing municipalities

May 1, 2013 LANCASTER — Firefighters have a dangerous job. more »»

Pennsylvania Pre-K served fewer kids in 2012, says national report

April 30, 2013 Across the country, state funding for pre-K decreased by more than half a billion dollars in 2011-2012, the largest one-year drop ever, says a new study from the National Institute for Early... more »»

States fixing Medicaid when president, Congress won’t

April 30, 2013 This piece first ran in Investor’s Business Daily. more »»

 
 

 

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