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Opinion

Fast action is needed on HR 106

Editorials

The constitutional amendment questions aimed at stopping the runaway train that was Gov. Tom Wolf’s unilateral authority he granted himself during the COVID-19 pandemic passed decisively despite the governor’s underlings wording the questions in a prejudicial way in an effort to damage ...

Vaccine not optional for health care staff

Letters to the Editor

My father is a veteran at Hollidaysburg Veterans Home. Until recently, I have been overly impressed by the care he has received there. They are great and I have been so very happy to know he is well cared for. However, we have just received word that his building is closed to visitors again ...

Report aids case for reassessment in Lackawanna

Opinion

It doesn’t require a taxation expert to recognize that property taxation throughout Lackawanna County inherently is unfair. It could not be otherwise because the last countywide assessment was in 1968. To contend that the current assessments are fair and accurate, one would have to contend ...

Painful history lesson

Editorials

Earlier this month, Tulsa, Okla., ended up making national headlines with the announcement that it would soon be the home of the Bob Dylan Center, a museum and research institute dedicated to the legendary singer-songwriter who will turn 80 today. Tulsa is bound to be in the national ...

GOP in danger of losing moderates

Letters to the Editor

Now that Rep. John Joyce and his colleagues within the Republican Party have removed Rep. Liz Cheney from her position in House leadership, what’s the plan? How far to the right are they planning on going? Who is the next target on their Cancel Culture tour? They have made it abundantly ...

Resume in-person meetings

Editorials

As COVID-19 restrictions continue easing, we encourage local governments and school boards to resume meeting in person, with their doors open to the public and the media. Many of our local governments, during the pandemic, have relied on telephone and video connections to convene public ...