Over the years when we’ve traveled, we’ve stayed in a variety of hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts, and quaint inns. Most of them were adequate, comfortable, relatively clean places that fill…

Fall is one of my favorite times of the year. The reasons have changed throughout the years but the fall harvest, the beautiful mums, football, and at one time the beginning of school, were al…

I read with interest the editorial on Sept. 17. Agnes blew in like a lion and overstayed her welcome. Saying we had a flood was an understatement! Many people lost much, but never faith in God…

Native Americans were well versed in using pitfalls, snares, and deadfall traps. That knowledge was shared with the settlers of the early 1600’s. Like the Native Americans, the early settlers …

This first: feelings and opinions are not facts. It makes no difference how many people feel a certain way or how many have an opinion about something, having opinions or feelings does not mak…

On the front page of last Friday’s (Aug. 18) paper, the leader of the fracking industry claimed they’re a goose laying the golden egg with cheaper gas production. But only so long as they pay …

The white-tailed deer has and continues to be woven into the fabric of Pennsylvania. Native Americans and early settlers heavily relied on deer to provide resources for survival. Over time dee…

The July 30 editorial cartoon about the ban on transgender people in the military misses some big points. Until last year, when President Obama changed the rules, transgender people could neve…

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