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Pass a budget!

November 25, 2015 The continued budget stalemate between the Republican-controlled state Legislature and Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf has turned into a circus. more »»

LHU Science Center part of ‘The Heartland’

November 25, 2015 Last Friday, Lock Haven University held its 55th Annual Natural Science Convocation at the Durrwachter Alumni Conference Center. Students, parents, professors, community members attended. more »»

Talking about achievement ...

November 25, 2015 How about Clinton County’s own Von Walker — featured by The Express in last Friday’s edition. more »»

Lawmakers gambling with future

November 20, 2015 How sad it is that certain lawmakers in Harrisburg believe the way to increase state government spending is through allowing more gambling — and this time, allowing gambling on the internet. more »»

Give to local foundation so it can give to you

November 19, 2015 The Clinton County Community Foundation Inc. has been behind countless community improvement projects over the years. more »»

Pressure on taxpayers must be alleviated

November 18, 2015 The pressure on taxes to pay for government is ever-growing, especially with what we might see come out of Harrisburg on this — the 141st day without a state budget. more »»

Step up to be a part of historic Piper legacy

November 11, 2015 W e often hear from politicians that the heyday of Lock Haven — and Clinton County — is yet to come. Well, we’re of the opinion that one heyday came with Piper Aircraft Corp. more »»

Playground closing a sad commentary on community

November 10, 2015 The closing to the public of the school district-owned Tiger Den playground on West Bald Eagle Street in the city — and now also the Robb Elementary School playground — is reflective of the degradin... more »»

No state budget until Thanksgiving?

November 10, 2015 By JASON GOTTESMAN www.PLSreporter. more »»

Vote so you have a right to complain ... and change things

November 3, 2015 Increasing voter apathy, as we see it, has its roots in the lack of and respect for civil discourse nationally. more »»

As with Halloween, take time to vote ... and take your child

October 31, 2015 t’s Halloween Saturday, Oct. 31. We expect a lot of people are readying themselves and their kids for parades today and trick-or-treating tonigh. more »»

Big Tom, Jake, Joe, Mike, Dave and others sending kids home from school

October 26, 2015 ittle Susie and Jimmy likely will not be able to go to pre-school in the coming days. Their older, fellow students could soon follow. more »»

Interpretive signs will enhance an already inspiring walk along river

October 23, 2015 Passion in life is a special gift, one that comes from a commitment of caring ... and wanting to do and be better. more »»

Say what you want, but be responsible

October 22, 2015 The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects freedom of speech, though the U.S. Supreme Court has often struggled to determine just exactly what constitutes protected speech. more »»

End of glass recycling a sad trend for us all

October 17, 2015 ven recycling needs to make reasonable economic sense. more »»

Watch for hike in interest rates

October 15, 2015 There are a good number of homes and properties on the real estate market in the county. That’s what prompted our update on Oct. 3, entitled, “Buyers’ Market. more »»

Do not expand gambling to feed state government

October 14, 2015 That Republicans in the Pennsylvania General Assembly are now talking about a general expansion of gambling to draw more revenue to the state budget — despite a structural deficit of a couple of... more »»

Gas-fired power plant would bring boon to Renovo

October 13, 2015 Official confirmation that Bechtel Development Co. more »»

No budget, pension reform, liquor and a voter referendum

October 7, 2015 On a day when yet another vote is scheduled in Harrisburg for a new budget for Pennsylvania, we want to again urge state lawmakers to find common ground and move forward. more »»

Scores set new benchmark, and new expectations

October 5, 2015 ritical thinking and problem-solving. Those are two key elements behind Common Core standards ... you know, those educational assessment standards and tests despised by most people. more »»



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