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New probes into Pa. sting case should bolster public confidence

July 28, 2014 It was a cash-for-favors sting operation that raised far more questions than it answered. more »»

State-owned universities adopt strong child-abuse policy

July 26, 2014 It is difficult to find any good that came from the Jerry Sandusky scandal at Penn State. The reputations of a great university and its legendary football coach were damaged. more »»

Time for a town meeting

July 23, 2014 he Express community newspaper’s ongoing investigative series, Heroin Hits Home, is getting attention. As it should. more »»

Read about lives ruined, renewed

July 19, 2014 Drug and alcohol addiction destroys people ... destroys families. It eats away at goodness. It robs people of their lives. It steals the family life children need. more »»

A barn-theatre this community can be proud of

July 18, 2014 This community is fortunate to have Millbrook Playhouse, now in its 51st summer of providing outstanding professional stock theatre. more »»

Renovo residents take matters into their own hands

July 16, 2014 Residents pitching in to fill potholes in their community’s streets. Where do you ever see that? In the community of Renovo. more »»

Get moving: Enjoy the beautiful outdoors

July 16, 2014 We want to encourage readers to get outdoors and be active. more »»

A sober lesson on being drunk

July 15, 2014 Uncoordinated, shaking and not walking a straight line. Was I drunk? No, not one bit. But, those goggles intended to make me feel the effects of being drunk certainly did the trick ... more »»

Treatment Court an experiment worth trying

July 11, 2014 Clinton County Judge Michael Salisbury got right to the point—and the solution—when speaking to a defendant at the opening session this week of the county’s new “Treatment Court” for those caught... more »»

Deep funding cuts to grassroots program will hurt communities

July 10, 2014 There are some very positive signs of development and improvements coming to Greater Lock Haven. more »»

Women fighting on the front lines?

July 9, 2014 A recent Rasmussen Reports survey of 1,000 likely voters showed that 55 percent believe women should be allowed to fight on the front lines for America. more »»

All aboard!

July 3, 2014 For those of you who missed it, over 500 area residents enjoyed a great day last Saturday, as they boarded a passenger train for a rare excursion and journeyed by rail from Lock Haven to Bellefonte... more »»

Best of times, worst of times

July 2, 2014 This week, as we watched the antics in Harrisburg during an election year and budget season, we also watched the activity in Clinton County accompanying the needs of the homeless. more »»

A campaign for the future

June 21, 2014 SaveCubHaven. more »»

America’s Pale Rider

June 21, 2014 By RALPH DOTTER JR. The year was 1985 when Clint Eastwood produced, directed, and starred in a shoot ‘em up western titled “Pale Rider. more »»

War on flies must include patience

June 20, 2014 We do not want to overstate any apparent rift among neighbors in Sugar Valley in southern Clinton County over the incessant problem of flies swarming around homes and farms ther. more »»

We live in a culture of violence

June 11, 2014 e’re living in a culture that increasingly promotes crime, violence and death as entertainment ... on television and the internet. more »»

Teach our young about our history

June 6, 2014 If you are reading this editorial in English, thank your veterans. more »»



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