March 22, 2012 RSS feed / Letters

Flawed Study Threatens Library Serving Blind

Dear Editor: Governor Tom Corbett plans to destroy cassette Talking Books still in use at the Library for the Blind (Philadelphia), which serves blind NEPA residents. The action, scheduled for April, will diminish services. More...

Tired of All the Whining

Dear Editor: Every time I sit down to read the newspaper, which is on a daily basis, I notice there’s another article about somebody complaining about the gas companies. Quite frankly, I’m so sick of this. More...

Connie Silvara 869-2571 Babcock

Spring has sprung. We have been enjoying the robins and other birds who are busy making their nests for their eggs. Woodchucks, skunks and the other animals are out and about. More...

Barbara Smith Jenningsville 833-4946

Folks having a rather hard time thinking March as being this warm. It seems a bit more like May. Either way, it is great having these warm days for now. More...

Ginny Mathis Camptown 746-3259

Tis said, “you can’t keep a good man down,” and that’s true of David Hopkins. Monday, David underwent robotic surgery on a kidney. The spot was removed and he was on his way home Tuesday or Wednesday. More...

Bette Farr Nimble 833-2589

The St. Patrick’s Day dinner at the Mehoopany United Methodist Church this past Saturday was very successful. I was able to enjoy the delicious dinner and visit with friends and family members. More...

Montrose Councilmembers’ Tactics Questioned

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Smithfield Supervisors Oppose Impact Fee

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Ginny Mathis Spring Hill 746- 3259

Thursday, March 15 was a sunny, warm, late springlike day, a day Jared Cobb would have loved, a day he might have spent in his favorite place, the woods. More...

Monica Forkston 833-2802 Denison

How about this beautiful weather? Spring has sprung and it’s nice to see flowers in bloom and buds on the trees. Paulette Conrad reports that she has a couple of pansies that wintered over and are blossoming. More...

Elnora Potter Terrytown 746-1907

Another yearly tradition, the high school musical. It has again passed with high honors. What a performance. More...

Lorraine Repsher Laceyville 869-1334

There will be a Stag Ham and Bean dinner at the Laceyville Goodwill Fire Hall (tonight), March 22 from 6 p.m. until ? Benefit of the Goodwill Fire Company. More...

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