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Lawmakers set sights on gaming to bring more budget revenue

October 12, 2015 By JASON GOTTESMAN One thing agreed to by budget negotiators after last week’s “new reality” following the defeat of Gov. more »»

The grave of William Hummel

October 10, 2015 A couple of years ago, I wrote about William Hummel. Hummel was an uneducated Lycoming County farmer who murdered his wife and three children in a rage on November 16, 1899. more »»

Paper Clover Campaign supports Clinton County 4-H

October 10, 2015 National 4-H Council announces the launch of the fall 2015 4-H Paper Clover Campaign in partnership with Tractor Supply Company (TSC). more »»

Domestic violence: The numbers are staggering

October 9, 2015 (Editor’s Note: In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October, the Clinton County Women’s Center had its Lock Haven University interns write columns to spread community awareness an... more »»

Hanna, Scarnati on opposite ends of budget fight

October 9, 2015 Now that a majority of state House members have rejected Democratic Gov. more »»

Bedtime, school time and families

October 8, 2015 It’s been said that bedtime is “the perfect time for kids to ask questions, request food, require additional bathroom breaks, and need a nightligh. more »»

Heir presumptive to House speaker John Boehner debuts with foot in mouth

October 8, 2015 By JULES WITCOVER Ultraconservatives gloating over having forced U.S. more »»

Black men: America’s great, underappreciated assets

October 8, 2015 What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think about black males in the United States? That’s the question social entrepreneur Trabian Shorters would like more Americans to ask themselves. more »»

Tax hikes: Wolf’s white whale

October 7, 2015 By JAMES PAUL Have a spare $1,000 lying around? If so, you’d probably make a mortgage payment or buy several weeks of groceries. You might even sock it away in your 401(k) or kid’s college fund. more »»

Happy head and heart: Positive emotions may promote heart-healthy behaviors

October 7, 2015 By Victoria M. Indivero People with heart disease may benefit from maintaining positive emotions, according to health researchers. more »»

Our economic problem is really a political problem

October 6, 2015 By Robert B. Reich You often hear inequality has widened because globalization and technological change have made most people less competitive while making the best-educated more competitive. more »»

What’s in the defense bill for U.S. military and families?

October 6, 2015 By DEB RIECHMANN The Associated Press Buried in the 1,915-page defense policy bill are major changes that could affect more than 1 million members of the military and their families. more »»

Pennsylvania’s budget train wreck unfolded over past year

October 5, 2015 The utter breakdown in state budget negotiations in Pennsylvania didn’t happen overnight, but was produced by diametrically opposed policy positions and fueled by tough rhetoric among people elected... more »»

Making ‘Sunshine Week’ every week

October 5, 2015 By KEVIN GOLDBERG The Tenth “Sunshine Week” ended about six month ago, on March 21. more »»

Issue of surprise medical bills stirs debate at hearing

October 3, 2015 By PETER JACKSON Associated Press HARRISBURG — Advocates for consumers, insurers, hospitals and doctors clashed at a hearing on surprise bills for expensive out-of-network health care services sent... more »»

Next Wednesday to bring yet another pivotal budget vote as GOP throws down gauntlet

October 3, 2015 By JASON GOTTESMAN Pennsylvania’s budget stalemate took another turn as Republican leaders threw down the gauntlet for Go. more »»

Bible digest

October 3, 2015 “The fear of the LORD tends to life: and he that has it shall abide satisfied; he shall not be visited with evil.” (Proverbs 19:23 AKJV) Fear God and enjoy His presence and benefits. more »»

Unidentified Flying Objects

October 3, 2015 “I need to figure out how to start an article on UFOs in Clinton County,” I told Sue McDermit, my co-worker. “Why not with the ‘Close Encounters’ theme?” she asked. more »»

Lynda Cridge is the newest local Master Gardener

October 3, 2015 MILL HALL — The Clinton County Master Gardeners announce that Lynda Cridge is the newest Master Gardener to join their ranks. more »»

Fundraisers, memberships are important to CCHS

October 3, 2015 A HUGE “Thank You” to everyone who came out to the 1900 Red Barn for a night of dancing and fun! Thanks so much, Christina Livingston and Jeff Frank, our sponsors the Fraternal Order of Eagles, Lock... more »»



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