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America’s James Bond complex

February 13, 2015 By SHELDON RICHMAN Today, American politicians of both major parties - conservatives, “moderates,” and so-called liberals alike - insist that the United States is an “exceptional,” even... more »»

Low-cost blood testing available

February 13, 2015 LOCK HAVEN — The Rotary Club of Lock Haven will sponsor its 40th annual AMBA wellness health screen blood testing on two consecutive Saturdays, March 7 and 1. more »»

Laundry detergent packs pose threat to children

February 13, 2015 We all know how much children love to put things of all shapes and sizes in their mouths. more »»

Yost named JS Hospital Compliance Officer

February 13, 2015 JERSEY SHORE — After serving Jersey Shore Hospital for over 40 years, Alberta “Birdie” Smith is retiring as the hospital’s Compliance Officer, and Colleen Yost has been named to succeed her in that... more »»

An invitation to get up and get moving

February 13, 2015 Waiting for the perfect time to start exercising? The secret is you have to claim those moments—just 30-40 minutes a day—and you can actually gain time. more »»

Free STD clinics set

February 13, 2015 LOCK HAVEN — AIDS Resource Alliance Inc. a local non-profit AIDS service organization, is sponsoring a free walk-in STD clinic from 2-4 p.m. every second and fourth Thursday of every month. more »»

‘Made in America’ apparently just a political slogan to conservatives

February 12, 2015 By WALTER BRASCH Conservatives in Congress have once again proven they are un-American and unpatriotic. more »»

‘Best for Small Business’

February 12, 2015 Lock Haven recently was named as one of the top 10 best places to open a small business in Pennsylvania’s northeast region, a recognition that was heralded by state and local officials including... more »»

Open your heart and home to ‘Fresh Air’

February 11, 2015 Make this Valentine’s Day extra special for your family and give them the gift of friendship with a Fresh Air child! Each summer, nearly 4,000 inner-city children visit suburban, rural and small... more »»

Amendment seeks to cure confusion, but brings more

February 11, 2015 By RYAN BROWN www.altoonamirror.com A proposed amendment to the Pennsylvania Constitution, backed by state Sen. John H. Eichelberger Jr. more »»

Boots on the ground

February 11, 2015 The war against ISIS may require boots on the ground. These boots should not be the soldiers of the United States of America. more »»

Pay-to-play law not on Harrisburg’s radar after scandal

February 10, 2015 By MARC LEVY Associated Press Even in the scandal-hardened Pennsylvania Capitol, the second “pay-to-play” scandal in as many years was a surprise to many. more »»

Why so secret?

February 10, 2015 The trade rules of the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership between the United States and 11 Asian nations would cover nearly 40 percent of the world economy - but don’t ask what they are. more »»

‘Home’ is at the piazza

February 10, 2015 This morning, out of pure coincidence, I woke up early. more »»

Political leaders jockey on changes to education law

February 6, 2015 By KIMBERLY HEFLING AP Education Writer WASHINGTON — Outnumbered by Republicans, Democratic lawmakers are jockeying to get their views heard as Congress moves ahead on revising the much-maligned No... more »»

Internet ‘neutrality’ and what it could mean to the average person

February 6, 2015 By ANNE FLAHERTY The Associated Press A top U.. more »»

Maternal pot use under microscope

February 5, 2015 By KRISTEN WYATT The Associated Press DENVER — Colorado lawmakers struggling to make sense of incomplete scientific evidence about marijuana use by pregnant and nursing women have scrapped a bill to... more »»

Bad Idea

February 4, 2015 By KATHERINE McFATE Media coverage of the Keystone XL pipeline is coalescing around a single narrative. more »»

Good Idea

February 4, 2015 The Washington Times America’s 629,000 unemployed construction workers face a grim new year. The recession brutalized their sector of the economy, and the recovery remains weak and uncertain. more »»

Three openings on Pa. high court stir interest, endorsements

February 3, 2015 By PETER JACKSON Associated Press A historic election year for Pennsylvania’s highest court is placing a premium on political endorsements by the state Republican and Democratic partie. more »»

 
 
 

 

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