A day in the life ...
February 6, 2016 I was really eager about coming to work. I checked my calendar and had only one meeting scheduled for the day. more »»
Cold morning… chaotic mind …
January 16, 2016 It was a cold, gray, windy morning as I hurried through the Narrows, as always, just a little late, one eye on the speedometer and the other eye watching for my favorite state trooper and his radar... more »»
Governor needs to end budget games
January 15, 2016 I felt compelled to write this in order to clear up any remaining confusion about the 2015-16 state budget, which was signed into law on Dec. 29. That’s right; we have a budget currently in place. more »»
December 26, 2015 Editor’s note: Comments published in the Open Line reflect the views of the caller, and not The Sentinel. more »»
The best presents
December 19, 2015 Books, as well as newspaper and magazine subscriptions make the BEST presents! And here is how I know this to be the truth. more »»
December 12, 2015 The staff of the Mifflin and Juniata county libraries have been very good boys and girls this year ... well, most of us have been good ... OK, some of us have been good .. more »»
The lasting effects of December 7, 1941
December 7, 2015 I miss a man I never met. Howard Keniston. He had two sons. He lost two sons. On the USS Arizona on December 7, 1941—a day that shall indeed “forever live in infamy. more »»
Why don’t you ...
December 5, 2015 I (mostly) love it when someone appears in my office door and wants to help me do my job and/or make a suggestion about how the library can better serve the community. more »»
Thanks for life’s many blessings
November 28, 2015 As November comes to an end, and we rush forth into the holiday season, I hope I continue to be thankful each day for life’s many blessings. more »»
A day late?
November 7, 2015 Sometimes, I feel like I am a day late and a dollar short. Sunday, Nov. 1 an interesting post appeared in my Facebook newsfeed. more »»