Opinion

Published on April 9, 2024 - Page 6
The Bloomsburg Area Recreational Trail opened this weekend, as water receded across the area from the near-flood levels the river hit last week....
Published on April 9, 2024 - Page 6
InsideSources.com The drumbeat for more nuclear power grows louder all the time. As the demand for more electricity rises inexorably (now agreed at 2...
Published on April 9, 2024 - Page 6
InsideSources.com Brothers Ben and Hank Brinkmann never had a chance when they decided to expand their chain of Long Island hardware stores to a...
Published on April 8, 2024 - Page 6
U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock, D-Ga., and 19 other U.S. senators, all Democrats but one, Bernie Sanders, an independent, are wrong. Contrary to what they...
Published on April 8, 2024 - Page 6
InsideSources.com Fishermen see a lot when they're at sea. But the pair looking for flounder off the coast of Nova Scotia, Canada, had never...
Published on April 8, 2024 - Page 6
Will invisible airplanes ever be a thing? I just can't see them taking off. *** It was mealtime on an airplane, and the flight attendant asked a...
Published on April 7, 2024 - Page 14
As the war in Gaza grinds on into its sixth month, cracks are showing in the once unequivocally united front between Israel and the United States....
Published on April 7, 2024 - Page 14
ROSE: Easter is one of those holidays people typically spend with family. But volunteer firefighters know there will be times they'll be called on to...
Published on April 7, 2024 - Page 14
I remember Pete Eyerly. He was in my older brother's class at Central Columbia. He married my high school boyfriend's sister. When I returned home to...
Published on April 7, 2024 - Page 14
InsideSources.com 40 Wall St. is much in the news lately. The historic 72-story office tower, once the tallest building in the world, sits directly...
Published on April 6, 2024 - Page 15
California's absurd fast food wage law has been in effect for less than a week and it's already made prices hotter than a fryolator. The law mandates...
Published on April 6, 2024 - Page 15
ROSE: We've not always agreed with Dawn Moore or the arguments she made during the debate over the geese in Bloomsburg's Town Park. But we are...
Published on April 6, 2024 - Page 15
I've read about the discrepancy in Representative Leadbeter's last name with increasing unease, culminating in the March 29th front page article....
Published on April 6, 2024 - Page 15
March 29 was the 17th anniversary of the opening of the Columbia County Volunteers in Medicine (CCVIM) free clinic founded by Bette Grey, respiratory...
Published on April 5, 2024 - Page 6
What do you call a dinosaur made of cheese? Gorgonzilla. ••• What is a cheese’s favorite music? R’n brie. ••• Why didn’t the cheese want to get...
Published on April 5, 2024 - Page 6
ROSE: For most of us, the word "library" conjures up a picture of patrons quietly perusing book-lined shelves. Ammon Young, Bloomsburg's new library...
Published on April 4, 2024 - Page 15
A new bill recently passed through the Pennsylvania House of Representatives supports inmates' reentry into society in a compassionate and simple way...
Published on April 4, 2024 - Page 15
American education has a sickness. Long after the COVID pandemic has passed, one of its symptoms is lingering -- chronic absence from school....
Published on April 4, 2024 - Page 15
InsideSources.com Safety is no accident. It may sound cliche, but it's an important reminder safety must be a priority for every person involved in...
Published on April 4, 2024 - Page 15
InsideSources.com There are two ways to get rich. You can beat the competition by working harder and finding better ways to serve the consumer by...
Published on April 3, 2024 - Page 16
At last, a couple of federal judges have followed to a logical conclusion the "originalist" fallacy often applied to the Second Amendment. In a case...
Published on April 3, 2024 - Page 16
Did state house Rep. Robert Leadbeter go by another name a decade ago, while working in Bloomsburg with a technology firm? Unless an extraordinary...
Published on April 3, 2024 - Page 16
Most people like to make their important, personal private decisions by themselves. I do. I imagine readers of this paper do too. When we face tough...
Published on April 3, 2024 - Page 16
Early last week, the Frances Scott Key bridge crumbled into the river 25 stories below. Eight Central American immigrants working as part of a road...
Published on April 3, 2024 - Page 16
Recently, there has been press coverage of potential legislative censorship of school libraries across the country (even in Pennsylvania) and...
Published on April 3, 2024 - Page 16
Hooray for my side (one more down). 3/27/24 news report. Early news this morning, the pillow man got his just dues, I remember when Trump was still...
Published on April 2, 2024 - Page 15
Michigan's public schools consistently rank among the worst performing in the nation, so it's no surprise 10% of the state's students choose charter...
Published on April 2, 2024 - Page 15
Florida, often celebrated by conservatives as America's most successful, liberty-loving state, has just enacted a law that would have fit right in...
Published on April 2, 2024 - Page 15
Every year Phil reminds us that spring is quickly approaching which brings along with it the blooms, active playgrounds, the melodies of the birds...
Published on April 2, 2024 - Page 15
Alleluia? As previously stated in an article published well over a year ago, all cults are death cults. Either body, mind or spirit perishes in...