Shortly after CNN’s 1980 debut, Rimersburg Rules watched an interview of CNN founder Ted Turner, who was asked why he based CNN in Atlanta instead of New York. Turner said news people had gone to the same schools, worked together, socialized together, networked, bounced ideas off each other …
Music flowed freely one recent day when rivals became friends, and the bands from Clarion Area and Clarion-Limestone marched to the same beat.
I am at the age where I could be called a late-career writer, shuffling off into the land of tea parties and pet parades. I’m not sure how I feel about that, but there’s no way to turn back the clock. On the other hand, those of us who move a little more slowly these days have a knack for fi…
The Women of the Moose in New Bethlehem would like to thank the following businesses and individuals that helped make our 6th Annual Golf Tournament such a huge success!
Victory is finally here for many veterans as President Donald J. Trump signed the Let Everyone Get Involved in Opportunities for National Service Act (Legion Act) on July 30.
”The Loudest Voice,” seventh and final episode, aired this week on Showtime. Russell Crowe plays the part of Roger Ailes, the founder and CEO of Rupert Murdock’s financed Fox News Network.
First of all, I would like to thank the overwhelming support we have had from our wonderful church family at the Oakland Church of God. They remained ever faithful with their food and monetary donations, their prayers and their willing hands on packing day.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who participated in the 2019 Cookie Daze Car Cruise. We could not have done it without the help of our sponsors.
Everybody is rushing around getting ready for the new school year. The kids are ready, the parents are ready and there’s a sense of relief for both parties. Meanwhile, teachers and administrators are taking deep breaths and giving themselves pep talks.
Farmers today are more efficient than ever before, using technology and science to minimize inputs while producing food for a growing global population. In fact, less than 2 percent of the U.S. population grows enough food to feed the full 100 percent of us — that’s efficient farming!