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Gesture appreciated

August 15, 2016 Recently I was shopping at Wal-Mart and lost my pocketbook. It was found by an honest, thoughtful and caring person. Words cannot express my gratitude to that person. Thank you very much. more »»

Reassessment’s yellow brick road

August 13, 2016 If anyone out there remembers the 1939 movie “The Wizard of Oz,” there are similarities between it and Blair County’s road to reassessment. more »»

Obama has led US down the wrong road

August 12, 2016 We can’t afford another Democrat in the White House. 1. The U.S. is almost $20 trillion in debt — $10 trillion by the Obama administration. 2. Our economy is weak. more »»

Shuster’s description of Halvorson unfair

August 12, 2016 I thought Congressman Bill Shuster couldn’t possibly be any more repugnant. But Shuster’s campaign responded to Art Halvorson’s decision to accept the Democratic nomination as being “selfish. more »»

Reassessment fallout no shock

August 11, 2016 My letter of June 10 advised what would happen when many people received their new property tax values, and it has. more »»

Halvorson camp didn’t solicit Dems

August 11, 2016 Regarding the claims in Ryan Brown’s Political Notebook on Sunday by Ron Fairman that the Halvorson campaign actively solicited votes from Democrats in the April primary, I’d like to set the record... more »»

Criticism of Obama leaves out some facts

August 10, 2016 In an Aug. 1 letter, Terry Barley calls Barack Obama’s agenda a disaster and says Obama has this country on its knees. more »»

Halvorson thinking only of himself

August 10, 2016 Although it’s been several days since Art Halvorson’s decision to turn his back on the Republican Party and offer himself up as a Democrat, I am still having difficulty in determining why he decided... more »»

AASD has caused its own problems

August 8, 2016 I read the recent article on the placing of modulars at Ebner Elementary School. The article makes it sound like they will be starting work on the preparation of the site. more »»

True pro-life voters will side with Trump

August 8, 2016 Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton both have issues that turn voters away. more »»

Antis Township should watch its spending

August 6, 2016 I have read that the Antis Township Board of Supervisors is seriously considering investing $1 million for parks and recreational areas. more »»

Shuster is friend of veterans, seniors

August 6, 2016 The time has come to re-elect Bill Shuster, and here is why: This congressman will support the Second Amendment and help get the Supreme Court in place that our country needs to protect each citize. more »»

America needs return ‘to faith of our fathers’

August 5, 2016 We the people of the USA are bankrupt, our national debt $19 trillion and rising unabated. more »»

Editorial sells short future college students

August 4, 2016 In response to your editorial on the Democrats plan for free tuition (“Free college plan has way too many holes,” July 31), certainly there are challenges to any such pla. more »»

Firm consequences must accompany corporate fraud

August 2, 2016 Three states are joining the pursuit of Volkswagen over the company’s diesel emissions cheatin. more »»

Upset writer misdirected his wrath, owes apology

August 2, 2016 I am writing in reference to a letter by Richard L. Boston of Claysburg, published June 27. more »»

Don’t underestimate Obama’s track record

August 2, 2016 This is in response to Lenny Metz’s letters of June 1 and July 29. more »»

Medical marijuana law doesn’t go far enough

August 1, 2016 The recently passed medical marijuana and hemp bills do not go far enough to protect patients and promote the industry. Only cannabis oil, tinctures and liquids will be sold in dispensaries. more »»

Whatever you do, don’t vote for Clinton

August 1, 2016 Donald Trump, on the one hand, has good ideas of closing our borders and deporting illegal immigrants. more »»

Secrecy surrounding accident troubling

July 30, 2016 In the July 21 edition of the Mirror, Cambria County Police Chief Gary Makosy stated that the crash that killed Jean Sommer and her mother, Donna Daley, is a “unique situation. more »»

 
 
 

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