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Let’s take resolutions seriously

January 1, 2016 After Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra finished singing “Auld Lang Syne” near the conclusion of the Dec. more »»

Transition can bring new hope

December 30, 2015 The results of the November election are beginning to show up on local governing board. more »»

Arsonist deserves hard line

December 29, 2015 The person who set the fire at a vacant East Sixth Avenue house Dec. 19 probably got great joy in seeing the problem property destroyed. more »»

Lawmakers have planted their own seeds

December 27, 2015 One obscure fact throughout Pennsylvania’s 2015-16 budget debacle has been the state’s earnings on money that the state has been prohibited from paying out without an approved spending package in... more »»

Politicians without borders needed

December 27, 2015 When driving on treacherous roads, guardrails are useful. If you fall asleep or maybe you’re just a bad driver, guardrails may prevent you from going off a cliff. more »»

Hillary good recruiter — for ISIS

December 27, 2015 During the little-watched pre-Christmas Democratic debate, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton accused Donald Trump of being the Islamic State group’s chief recruiter. more »»

Embrace Christmas message

December 25, 2015 Scriptures say that when the angels had left the shepherds who were out in the fields tending their flocks, the shepherds hastened to Bethlehem to see what had been told them about the infant Jesus. more »»

Just one more Christmas

December 25, 2015 When I was a child I remember my grandfather suffering chest pains. He kept putting nitroglycerin tablets under his tongue to help with the pain. more »»

Goodness should rule the season

December 24, 2015 Despite the upbeat nature and fast pace of holiday preparations, this eve of Christmas also has arrived amid concerns and reasons for sadness — and with the knowledge that the holiday season alone... more »»

Editor fired, not silenced, over NRA

December 24, 2015 Five days after the shootings in San Bernardino, California, Jan Larson McLaughlin sat down in her home office on her day off and wrote her weekly editorial for the Sentinel-Tribune, circulation... more »»

Meet the alpha dog of the GOP

December 24, 2015 If there’s any lesson from last week’s debate, it’s that six months after his entry into the Republican presidential race, no one has any better idea of how to handle Donald Trump than when he first... more »»

It’s time to fuel gas tax

December 23, 2015 In this season of giving, Americans should give federal lawmakers a present that will pay benefits to the nation and motorists for years to come. more »»

Indian Caverns a must-see

December 22, 2015 Many Mirror readers no doubt experienced a touch of sadness last week as they read the front-page article “Indian Caverns’ future in limbo. more »»

Our broken state needs constitutional convention

December 20, 2015 The most frustrating aspect of the state budget saga is that average Pennsylvanians are powerless to do anything about it. It’s time to demand change. more »»

Regional thinking good idea

December 18, 2015 When evaluating applications for grants, the state and federal governments look more kindly on regional initiatives than those involving one community or geographic area. more »»

Review climate agreement

December 17, 2015 It probably will require weeks of examining and analyzing the Paris climate change agreement for Americans to understand fully what it means to us. more »»

Obamacare ‘unmixed blessing’

December 16, 2015 Ask most people whether they would prefer free health insurance or a job where they can earn money to buy it while supporting themselves, or perhaps get coverage as a fringe benefit, and there is n... more »»

Hard line needed on blight

December 15, 2015 Many small communities such as Portage in Cambria County encounter problems with deteriorated properties. more »»

Budget stalemate shameful

December 10, 2015 Saturday is the 228th anniversary of Pennsylvania’s ratification of the U.S. Constitution. That action came five days after Delaware became the first state to “jump aboard” on behalf of the documen. more »»

Obama falls short in terror fight

December 9, 2015 Before Sunday night, President Barack Obama had used the Oval Office as a backdrop for televised speeches just twice. more »»

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