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New ‘Waters of the U.S.’ rules will impact farmers, homeowners

June 16, 2014 By CARL T. SHAFFER Farmers across Pennsylvania and the nation are opposing new rules proposed by the Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. more »»

Report: Delaying Social Security could increase lifetime income for Clinton County residents

June 16, 2014 By TIM MAREMA and ROBERT GALLARDO The Daily Yonder Clinton County residents who are nearing retirement age can increase their lifetime income if they can wait a bit to start drawing Social Security... more »»

Father’s Day ... spend time with your children

June 14, 2014 I wish I had been a better father. I wonder if anybody else has felt this way? It seems like yesterday that my two beautiful sons, Jared and Zachary, were only small childre. more »»

Dads, stop breaking your children, please

June 14, 2014 (Editor’s Note: This column was written by the author in September 2010, appearing at www.danoah.com and www.danpearce.com). This is the final of two parts.) By DAN PEARCE Dads. more »»

Bible digest

June 14, 2014 “For the LORD, the God of Israel, said that he hates putting away: for one covers violence with his garment, said the LORD of hosts: therefore take heed to your spirit, that you deal not... more »»

Consumers advised to be cautious of door-to-door, telephone schemes

June 13, 2014 The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission reminds Pennsylvania residents to be diligent when weighing electricity offers from door-to-door and telephone solicitors. more »»

Congratulations, Dad, you just broke your child

June 13, 2014 (Editor’s Note: This column was written by the author in September 2010, appearing at www.danoah.com and www.danpearce.com. more »»

A fresh approach to helping seniors live healthy

June 12, 2014 By TOM JOSEPH Putting wholesome foods on the plates of older Pennsylvanians who may not otherwise be able to afford them is the goal of an annual statewide effort just under way. more »»

Survey: One in three potential new hires refuses or fails drug test

June 12, 2014 One-third of all applicants are ineligible for good-paying jobs in Pennsylvania’s manufacturing sector due to drug use or drug test avoidance, according to a new study commissioned by the... more »»

Shrinking the General Assembly won’t solve our problems

June 12, 2014 By LEO KNEPPER Once again, proposals are circulating to reduce the number of Representatives and Senators elected to the General Assembly. more »»

Online marketing schemes lure in customers

June 11, 2014 By MATT SWAYNE Despite warnings and legislation, online consumers may still be susceptible to post-transaction marketing schemes, according to Penn State researcher. more »»

Coal isn’t dying, it just can’t compete

June 10, 2014 By CHRISTINA SIMEONE First off, coal isn’t dying. Coal is being out-competed in the domestic electric power markets by cheaper, relatively cleaner natural gas. more »»

The war on coal driven by deceptive language

June 10, 2014 By TOM HARRIS University of Florida Linguist M.J. Hardman tells us (“Language and War” 2002) that “Language is inseparable from humanity and follows us in all our works. more »»

Tiananmen Square in China, 25 years later

June 10, 2014 By ED FEULNER It’s one of the most iconic images of the 20th century: a man standing perfectly still, facing a large tank as it bears down on him. He’s unarmed and alon. more »»

FDR’s Prayer on D-Day

June 6, 2014 A “Prayer on D-Day” by Franklin . more »»

The virtue behind D-Day

June 6, 2014 By ED FEULNER If I asked you, as we mark the 70th anniversary of D-Day, to sum up that battle in one word, what would it be? For me, it would be “courage. more »»

With funds lagging, lawmakers eye higher cigarette tax

June 5, 2014 By ANDREW STAUB www.paindependent. more »»

Towns applaud release of gas fee funds

June 5, 2014 The following statement was issued this week by David Sanko, executive director of the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors, which represents the 1,454 townships of the second clas... more »»

Will House GOP waivers for school food programs stick?

June 4, 2014 By PATRICK CLOONAN Trib Total Media U.S. House Republicans are proposing to let some schools opt out of healthier school lunch and breakfast programs if they are losing mone. more »»

Ideas abound on how to balance state budget

June 3, 2014 By PETER JACKSON Associated Press HARRISBURG— As Pennsylvania lawmakers reconvened Monday after a four-week break around the primary election, there is no shortage of ideas for plugging a potential... more »»

 
 

 

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