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Wolf administration pushes election reforms in Pennsylvania

April 6, 2015 By PETER JACKSON Associated Press HARRISBURG — A growing number of states have updated their election laws to make the hub of the democratic process more convenient and voter-friendly, but so far... more »»

We practice selective shame

April 6, 2015 By WINSLOW MYERS Hundreds of people recently paid big bucks to hear Monica Lewinsky give a carefully crafted but also quite touching TED talk announcing her survival of a public shaming of planetary... more »»

AP Analysis: Big rigs often go faster than tires can handle

April 4, 2015 By TOM KRISHER AP Auto Writer Many tractor-trailers on the nation’s roads are driven faster than the 75 mph their tires are designed to handle, a practice that has been linked to wrecks and blowouts... more »»

Texting others is too tempting for college students even when inappropriate

April 3, 2015 College students may realize that texting in the shower or at a funeral is inappropriate, but many do it anyway, according to Penn State psychologists. more »»

Do you qualify for health insurance?

April 3, 2015 (Editor’s Note:?This column is part of a continuing educational series about Health Care Reform from Blue Cross of Northeastern Pennsylvania. more »»

Mixed messages from lawmakers in Harrisburg making public school budgets a challenge

April 3, 2015 By EVAN GROSSMAN www.Watchdog.org Imagine sitting on Santa’s lap and telling him everything you want for Christmas. Then, imagine Santa removing his beard and telling you, Don’t count on it. more »»

Who are the nuclear scofflaws?

April 2, 2015 By LAWRENCE S. WITTNER Given all the frothing by hawkish U.S. more »»

Texting others is too tempting for college students even when inappropriate

April 2, 2015 College students may realize that texting in the shower or at a funeral is inappropriate, but many do it anyway, according to Penn State psychologists. more »»

Advisory council: Shale oil and gas won’t last, Arctic drilling needed now

April 2, 2015 By JONATHAN FAHEY AP Energy Writer The U.. more »»

Do you qualify for health insurance?

April 2, 2015 (Editor’s Note:?This column is part of a continuing educational series about Health Care Reform from Blue Cross of Northeastern Pennsylvania. more »»

Mixed messages from lawmakers in Harrisburg making public school budgets a challenge

April 2, 2015 By EVAN GROSSMAN www.Watchdog.org Imagine sitting on Santa’s lap and telling him everything you want for Christmas. Then, imagine Santa removing his beard and telling you, Don’t count on it. more »»

The arts have bigger role to play as ‘engine’

April 1, 2015 e commend the Clinton County Arts Council and Lock Haven University for hosting the first “Creative Arts Engine” to work to develop, promote and embrace the arts here and regionally. more »»

Netanyahu: The aftermath

March 31, 2015 Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s party received 25 percent of the Knesset seats. Before they had 20 percent. more »»

Smile, you’re a video star

March 31, 2015 et used to it. We live in a world of video. Go into almost any store and there’s a real good chance you’re being recorded on digital video. more »»

Maintain transportation funding

March 31, 2015 By DAN HAWBAKER Having spent a worklife in the highway construction business, I was pleased with the initiative of the Pennsylvania Legislature to pass Act 89, The Transportation Funding Bill of 2013. more »»

Maintain transportation funding

March 31, 2015 By DAN HAWBAKER Having spent a worklife in the highway construction business, I was pleased with the initiative of the Pennsylvania Legislature to pass Act 89, The Transportation Funding Bill of 2013. more »»

Netanyahu: The aftermath

March 31, 2015 Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s party received 25 percent of the Knesset seats. Before they had 20 percent. more »»

Kane’s troubles could haunt her hopes for re-election

March 30, 2015 By MARK SCOLFORO Associated Press HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania’s highest ranking law enforcement official is waiting to hear how the state Supreme Court will rule on whether a county judge had the powe... more »»

Study: More schools, more challenging assignments add up to higher IQ scores

March 30, 2015 By MATT SWAYNE UNIVERSITY PARK — More schooling— and the more mentally challenging problems tackled in those schools — may be the best explanation for the dramatic rise in IQ scores during the past... more »»

Bible digest

March 30, 2015 “He that said he stays in him ought himself also so to walk, even as he walked.” (1 John 2:6 AKJV) Let’s make sure that our walk matches our talk. more »»

 
 
 

 

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