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What’s Hot Before It’s Cool

August 20, 2010 In today’s economic “crunch” it is every woman’s dream to be stylish for pennies less. Consignment and thrift store shopping is having a heyday. more »»

August gardening can be a challenge

August 15, 2010 August can be a challenging month for gardeners in the Juniata Valley. more »»

Townships rally to protect rights

August 15, 2010 Today, as a township or borough resident, you can go to a municipal meeting, speak out about what’s right and wrong, and have a real and lasting impact on what happens in your communit. more »»

Protecting sources means protecting the public

July 28, 2010 During the course of its investigation into the current Gulf of Mexico oil spill, The Associated Press was given information from the then-office of Mineral Management Services that was not making a... more »»

Our veterans’ health matters

July 10, 2010 I have always believed this country must be grateful for the safe homecoming of every single man and woman who has served in harm’s wa. more »»

Relay unifies walkers in cause

June 7, 2010 LEWISTOWN — Fighting cancer is a community effort – everybody is involved. ¯¯¯ 10 a.m.: It’s Saturday morning and the park is buzzing with activity. more »»

Celebrate EMS week

May 21, 2010 When you dial 911 with a medical emergency, they’re often the ones who show up. more »»

The picture of a mother’s love

May 8, 2010 There is a particular photograph of my mother that has always been one of my favorites. more »»

It’s time to start thinking about long-term care

May 8, 2010 As National Nursing Home Week begins on May 9, this is a good time for Pennsylvanians to salute the dedicated work of caregivers throughout our commonwealth who, under difficult circumstances,... more »»

The 2010 primary draws near

April 17, 2010 The warmer weather is back, Tax Day is behind us and we’re more than half-way through April, which means the spring primary election is now only a month away, set for Tuesday, May 18. more »»

My ‘no’ vote on health care

March 31, 2010 There are some good provisions in the new health care reform law. Provisions all members of Congress agreed on and ones that could have been the basis for a bipartisan bill. more »»

For whom the Turnpike tolls

March 11, 2010 Like it or not, the tolling of highways will be part of how we fund our roads and bridges in the future. more »»

Having freedom to speak out

March 1, 2010 Being there for me was inspirational — from Feb. 18-20, I attended my first Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, D.C. more »»

Agreement is unlikely

February 26, 2010 I’m not wholly sure if I can explain things enough to satisfy A. B. Young of Virginia (see Readers’ Opinions in Thursday’s Sentinel), but I’ll try. more »»

You wish the author that wrote it was a lifelong friend

February 20, 2010 When comedian George Carlin died in the summer of 2008, I literally wept. Carlin, through his satire, was teaching the world so many things about its and his own disorder. more »»

What makes a progressive?

February 18, 2010 How can we define a progressive? First, they’re on the wrong side of every social or moral issue. These are the people who defend pornography. They cite the First Amendment regarding free speec. more »»

Give current budget a chance

February 9, 2010 Three things happen each and every year in February. On Feb. 2, the country’s attention is drawn to Punxsutawney for the groundhog’s annual weather forecast. On Feb. more »»

Progressives vs. the Tea Party

February 5, 2010 Nancy Pelosi called the Tea Party movement “astro turf.” She implied that the movement was not a grass roots effort. Her contention was that the movement was created by Fox News. more »»

Reinventing word of mouth

February 5, 2010 It’s just after nine on Monday morning. Kyra Phillips is polluting the CNN newsroom and I think I’ve settled on eggs and Red Bull for breakfast. more »»

State Police fees would do more harm than good

January 28, 2010 Hundreds of pieces of legislation are introduced in Harrisburg each year. While many float by unnoticed, others strike a nerve. more »»

 
 
 

 

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