Do your part to reduce litter on National Clean-Up Day

Letters to the editor

JAMES BOWERS Washington, D.C. Today, Sept. 18 is National Clean-Up Day, an annual event aimed at raising awareness about litter and encouraging communities to do what they can to clean up their common spaces. Did you know that cigarette butts are one of the most commonly littered items? ...

Applause, Applause!


Each Saturday, The Express community newspaper highlights people, groups and activities our readers deem worthy of applause. What a exceptional group of ladies Downtown Rotary of Lock Haven has. They are true COMMUNITY STARS. They prove to the motto “Service Beyond Self.” During the ...

Rural areas deserve broadband investment, too

Our View

Rather than reinvesting in locations that already have (internet) broadband to make it better, the pandemic relief money should go to places that don’t have any broadband at all.” That’s a quote-paraphrase that ran in an Associated Press story in The Express this past Monday from a top ...

When is enough enough?

Letters to the editor

BOB POTTER Boalsburg When the history of the coronavirus is written, it’s difficult to predict who will appear as the bigger fools: Republican politicians who lied that protecting yourself and others by wearing a mask and getting vaccinated would take away your freedoms, or their ...

Dear Annie: One-line nuggets of wisdom


Dear Annie: My mother passed away earlier this year. I’m sad to say that I did not like her. She was never nice to me. I was having a hard time in my life and for a while didn’t talk to anyone. My mother would say mean things to me like, “Your father wants to take you out of the will,” ...

Who is in charge?

Letters to the editor

LINDA DANIS Avis Who is in charge? Just a simple question. How will you answer it in regard to the following subjects: — Leaving Americans behind in Afghanistan. — Leaving millions of dollars of military equipment for the Taliban in Afghanistan. — Letting more children be shot ...