Published on June 24, 2017 - Page 11
When oral health fails, a host of complications can ensue, not the least of which is searing pain and sometimes deadly infection. Advances in dental...
Published on June 24, 2017 - Page 11
The Hill (thehill.com) The GOP victory in Georgia’s special election runoff on Tuesday has given Republicans new hope that their vote — and...
Published on June 24, 2017 - Page 11
THORN: Most high school graduation speeches barely rise above a yawn. So it must have been something to see eyes open wide and heads snap to...
Published on June 24, 2017 - Page 11
During his speech announcing that the U.S. is ditching the Paris climate accords, President Trump took a strange detour to declare “our tax bill is...
Published on June 24, 2017 - Page 11
After many reviews of the front page of the Friday, June 16, Press Enterprise that was mailed to me, I would like to know the decision-making process...
Published on June 23, 2017 - Page 23
As news of Otto Warmbier’s sad and tragic death spread across the Web, a number of people on Twitter recalled and reposted a series of leftist hot...
Published on June 23, 2017 - Page 23
The nuclear electric industry has sustained some mighty blows in the United States and Western Europe in recent years. It might be reeling, but it is...
Published on June 23, 2017 - Page 23
ROSE: Columbia County District Attorney Tom Leipold made the call most residents were hoping for this week when he dropped the criminal case against...
Published on June 23, 2017 - Page 23
The e-Banking & Customer Support department of First Columbia Bank has recently become aware of two new online and digital fraud schemes that are...
Published on June 22, 2017 - Page 12
Now that Pennsylvania’s lawmakers have taken a pretty good stab at the public pension problem — “pretty good” being about as good as it gets in...
Published on June 22, 2017 - Page 12
EDITOR’S NOTE: Excerpts from a column by David French at National Review (nationalreview.com) The New York Times (last Thursday) published its...
Published on June 22, 2017 - Page 12
I attended the Luzerne County Wine & Food Festival in Dallas on June 17. An officer of the Pennsylvania State Police was present at the entrance...
Published on June 22, 2017 - Page 12
Very few members of Congress have actually shoveled tons upon tons of coal. I have. I started working in a coal yard at the age of 13 and I know...
Published on June 21, 2017 - Page 10
“(I can) only voice regret about the Russo-phobic obsession of our American colleagues... that has gone beyond any limits.” Russian Foreign...
Published on June 21, 2017 - Page 10
When President Trump talks about bringing jobs back to coal country, even some of his supporters scoff. Use of the black rock that has fueled America...
Published on June 21, 2017 - Page 10
I recently came across a quotation by Rabbi Abraham Heschel which exhorted me “to move beyond myself and my own concerns... to become more involved...
Published on June 21, 2017 - Page 10
A snowy or rainy day is best to dip into Temple University Press’s newest offering, but be sure you’ll have an uninterrupted block of time. Get a hot...
Published on June 21, 2017 - Page 10
Over a year ago, my grandfather, Billy Gambrel, passed away. He was a larger than life figure in Frankford, a neighborhood in Northeast Philadelphia...
Published on June 21, 2017 - Page 10
It used to be the public spaces where we congregated to watch sports or be entertained carried names that were straightforward and, frankly, kind of...
Published on June 20, 2017 - Page 6
Thomas Paine experienced a political system that wasn’t working for the colonies and wrote a booklet, “Common Sense.” So we fixed it, but today we...

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