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Letter to the Editor: Keep Christ in Christmas

| December 19, 2015

I was pleasantly surprised to discover an actual vintage children’s Christmas TV show that acknowledged Jesus Christ among a collection of children’s Christmas shows on a video collection DVD set that I bought at Target or Walmart.

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Letter to the Editor: What Ever Happened to Good Old-Fashioned Manners?

| December 2, 2015

I don’t know when it changed but what ever happened to good old fashioned manners?

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Letter to the Editor: Avoiding Liquor Privatization Disaster

| July 7, 2015

When the state of Washington privatized its liquor distribution system, consumers were promised better selection, cheaper prices and improved convenience. Similar arguments were used over the last four years during the liquor privatization debate in Pennsylvania to persuade legislators and consumers to support privatized sales of liquor and wine.

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Letter to the Editor: Industry Partnerships; A Winning Strategy for Republicans and Democrats

| June 9, 2015

Instead of using corporate welfare and tax breaks to lure individual companies from other states, Pennsylvania’s industry (training) partnerships bring companies in the same sectors together to invest in core and cutting-edge skills designed to make entire industries more competitive, nationally and globally.

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Letter to the Editor: Long Acres Potato Farms Team Thanks Community

| August 30, 2014

TIONESTA, Pa. – The following letter was submitted by The Long Acre Potato Farms team:

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Letter to the Editor: The PSAC, NCAA and Pennsylvania

| August 15, 2014

As a myriad of college campuses rumble to a start with the beginning of another academic year, the 18 member institutions of the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference begin their 63rd year of officially organized competition.

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Letter to the Editor: Students are Owed Nothing in the Business of ‘Factory Education’

| July 3, 2014

As a classroom instructor, I believe students are owed nothing; therefore, they shouldn’t be shocked when their graduation does not fulfill their American dream. I am seeing more failure because we, as instructors, lack a sense of professional honesty with our charges.

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Letter to the Editor: Citizens Urged to Attend Meeting on Possible Closing of Utica Elementary

Letter to the Editor: Citizens Urged to Attend Meeting on Possible Closing of Utica Elementary

| May 18, 2014

I would like to urge community members to attend the Franklin Area School Board meeting on Monday, May 19 at 7:00 p.m. at Utica Elementary School and let your voices be heard!

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