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Elected officials need to help with UPMC

January 15, 2014 Recently we went to a town hall meeting to discuss UPMC Altoona not wanting to honor other insurance except UPMC insurance after 2014. more »»

Keeping charities in mind

January 14, 2014 Christmas is over, and that means many area residents have put away their altruistic impulses along with the holiday decorations. more »»

Flap over drive-in sign shows Portage’s passion a real misdeal

January 11, 2014 It’s nearly impossible for many communities to attract more than a handful of residents to public meetings and hearings, even those sessions dealing with projects involving big sums of mone. more »»

Raise cap on Social Security

January 10, 2014 Raising the cap on earnings that are taxed to fund Social Security wouldn’t, by itself, resolve all of the federal program’s ills. more »»

Prisoners shouldn’t have email

January 9, 2014 Even though the Bedford County Prison’s new online system is projected to save money by streamlining the jail’s commissary system, not so palatable is the fact that it also will provide for limited... more »»

Sustain libraries’ funding

January 7, 2014 Many people consider libraries obsolete because of the information and reading opportunities available on the Internet. more »»

Corbett’s lottery plan a misdeal

January 5, 2014 If Gov. Tom Corbett is re-elected in November, his failed experience in trying to privatize the Pennsylvania Lottery hopefully will help him be a better governor going forward. more »»

Prioritize retrieving Pa. assets

January 4, 2014 Pennsylvania’s fiscal health was “sickened” by effects of the Great Recession. That can’t be disputed. more »»

Behavioral center a start

January 2, 2014 A small unit of the Federal Bureau of Investigation may be paving the way for state governments in search of a system that could help prevent mass shootings and violence, not through weapons bans,... more »»

There’s no shortage of ways to improve

January 1, 2014 Sunday’s Mirror editorial page included a web poll asking readers what their New Year’s resolution would be and provided five possibilities: lose weight, stop smoking, exercise more, spend more time... more »»

Ring in new year safely

December 31, 2013 As sure as there is a New Year’s Eve, just as predictable are the reminders about safety and celebrating sensibly. more »»

Delivery not so special

December 27, 2013 This holiday season express package delivery services had quite a learning experience, thanks to United Parcel Service, and the fallout from that experience — at least for UPS — is destined to... more »»

Crackdown needed on IRS clients

December 26, 2013 If you owe the Internal Revenue Service money, chances are you will be harassed until you pay up or at least make arrangements to do so. Unless you happen to be doing business with the IRS. more »»

Stay true to spirit of season

December 24, 2013 After a final burst of last-minute shopping and other preparations, area residents will settle in for their traditional holiday observances — some solemn, some mostly celebratory, or a mixture of... more »»

For PSU, bad PR

December 23, 2013 Penn State University has been taking some heat for spending more than three-quarters of a million dollars on an advertising campaign that produced an underwhelming slogan. more »»

Donating blood a true gift

December 20, 2013 During the years of the Vietnam conflict, basic trainees at Fort Knox, Ky. — and presumably at other military installations — were asked an important question. more »»

Santa alone can’t cure budget woes

December 17, 2013 This holiday season Gov. more »»

Vote down bill to keep lottery winners secret

December 15, 2013 State Rep. Ted Harhai, D-Westmoreland and Fayette, should find a more productive way to spend his time in Harrisburg than worrying about the privacy of lottery winners. more »»

Unions deserve praise

December 13, 2013 Altoona’s distressed status under state Act 47 set limits on what city employees could hope to receive under new contracts negotiated this year. more »»

President’s wind power allegiance hypocritical

December 12, 2013 For as long as 30 years, the wind power industry will be permitted to do something no one else can get away with, President Barack Obama has decreed. more »»

 
 
 

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