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Oh, deer: taking animals’ side

March 7, 2010 I read with interest a recent story in the Mirror about the Pennsylvania Game Commission discouraging deer feeding in the winter. The Fe. more »»

Weathering the storm(s)

February 21, 2010 The weather has dominated the news for the past two weeks. more »»

Don’t be so eager to cast the first stone

February 20, 2010 Regarding the letter by Ron Stauffer on “Mirror doing its job,” it’s apparent to me that Stauffer has substantiated himself as “without sin,” as it appears that he is quite eager to cast that... more »»

Address energy costs

February 20, 2010 Why are fuel and energy prices not still a big daily issue in the news? Until gas prices come down, the U.S. economy will not recove. more »»

Churches gave park its name

February 14, 2010 By John Conlon “After long delays, Altoona, at last, is to have a city park.” With these words, the Altoona Mirror on Au. more »»

If you eat, farm show offers education

February 1, 2010 From sleek show horses and polished livestock to chocolate cakes and cornbread, Blair and surrounding counties were well represented at the 2010 Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisbur. more »»

Teamwork message hits home

January 31, 2010 This is the time of the year, or so it seems, that doubles as the banquet circuit. The Blair County Chamber of Commerce held its annual awards breakfast Friday. more »»

The sad case of Marty Wimer

January 17, 2010 Other than occasionally explaining our decisions about specific coverage, we typically don’t comment on legal matters still pending. more »»

Holiday wrong time for story

December 6, 2009 You might have read the Nov. more »»

Fire claims part of PRR history

September 20, 2009 Altoona’s most disastrous fire in terms of property damage occurred Dec. 27, 1931, in the machine shops area of the Pennsylvania Railroad’s complex. more »»

Centre County more than State College

September 9, 2009 A recent column by my opponent highlights our different perspectives about the nature of the job of district attorney. more »»

Families’ requests reveal why newspapers are gray

August 30, 2009 Newspapers are very careful about printing the names of victims, and the Mirror is no different. That’s why this past week was particularly unusual. more »»

Hudson plane crash hits home

August 16, 2009 The small plane that hit a helicopter and crashed into the Hudson River last weekend, resulting in the death of nine people, included casualties with local ties. more »»

Get me a government-run health care system — STAT!

August 16, 2009 Recently, I was in Luxem­bourg (a tiny country nestled between France, Belgium and Germany) for a conference, and I needed emergency surgery. more »»

Valley happy because it’s safe

August 10, 2009 Though Penn State ranked first in The Princeton Review’s “Top Party Schools” list for the first time in its history, the Congressional Quarterly Press ranked State College and Centre County as... more »»

Adding one heroic chapter

August 2, 2009 Some notes from around and about the Mirror newsroom to help keep you abreast of what we’re doing and what we’re trying to do: If you read our story last Sunday “A family of survivors,”... more »»

Rushing health reform reckless

July 26, 2009 In Washington, the president and his Democrat majority in Congress are pushing a massive overhaul of our nation’s health care system at breakneck speed. more »»

Thinking behind grad coverage

June 21, 2009 Some notes from around and about the Mirror newsroom to help keep you abreast of what we’re doing and what we’re trying to do: We typically don’t run a lot of what we call personal... more »»

What’s that sucking sound? It’s your tax dollars going down drain

June 21, 2009 It seemed like only a few weeks ago the government told American taxpayers that it was necessary to loan money to General Motors to keep it from going bankrupt, which would be devastating to the... more »»

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