Striking a balance between protecting the environment and enabling development for economic growth always has been the challenge for environme… Read more

Congratulations to all of our recent graduates from area high schools as well as the Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center. Read more

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Politically attractive subterfuge often envelops state policy that emerges from the Legislature. So it’s not surprising that a mere 11 percent… Read more

As U.S. states, cities and companies offer incentives to convince enough people to get vaccinated to turn the tide against COVID-19, many coun… Read more

The state Department of Environmental Protection’s approval of the Keystone Sanitary Landfill’s massive expansion is an equally massive failur… Read more

The Triton Hose Company notes on its Facebook page that it was born 150 years ago this past June 1. Read more

“Not having to worry about seating charts anymore has brought a sense of normalcy. Hopefully the whole world will be completely back to normal soon.” Read more

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Among the many costs of the COVID-19 pandemic is the year or so of lost schooling suffered by students. Yes, hobbled together, remote learning… Read more

“It’s really nice to see all of these things coming back.” Read more

Semiconductors now are integral to everything from appliances to ballistic missiles, but companies in the United States now produce only 12% o… Read more

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It is encouraging to see mask mandates lifted for those persons who have had their full COVID vaccine dosage. Read more

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Hats off to those folks in town who desire to show their patriotic spirit by staging a parade in town on Memorial Day. Especially as we are on… Read more

It has been a long year-plus since the arrival of COVID-19 in the United States, but for no one more so than the people at the Federal Emergen… Read more

It has been a long year-plus since the arrival of COVID-19 in the United States, but for no one more so than the people at the Federal Emergen… Read more

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Beyond meeting their primary objective of beating back the COVID-19 pandemic, the vaccines that produced the federal government’s vastly relax… Read more

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Thanks again to Sheldon-Kukuchka and local businesses and individuals who helped to underwrite last week’s visit of ‘The Wall That Heals,’ a 3… Read more

Gov. Tom Wolf selected the right venue this week to emphasize the need for as many Pennsylvanians as possible to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Read more

Even though the COVID-19 pandemic has caused widespread economic havoc, it has not had the dire impact on the state government that once seeme… Read more

“We are, until we too pass away, haunted with these numbers, because they were our friends, fathers, husbands, wives, sons and daughters. Ther… Read more

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‘The Wall that Heals’ is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to stop and reflect about a significant part of our nation’s past. The moving wall i… Read more

READERS: This is the last issue in which a letter-to-the-editor either in favor of or against a candidate or referendum in the May 18 Primary … Read more

There is little doubt that the rise of social media generally has diminished the quality of discourse. It’s clear that people say things with … Read more

May 11 is the last day to apply for a mail-in or civilian absentee ballot for the May 18 primary. Read more

“Coach’s knowledge of the game, and his ability to communicate with multiple personalities on any given team was beyond anyone I ever came across.” Read more

“The lesson I learned from him most is just the drive and effort it takes to be successful. He always believed he could train you to be better… Read more

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Now that at least 200 million Americans have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vacci… Read more

The federal government’s recommended suspension of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, to investigate whether it had a role in causing… Read more

After two decades of war in Afghanistan, President Joe Biden has abundant justification for withdrawing all U.S. troops by Sept. 11. Yet his d… Read more

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Given the Biden administration’s unwillingness to address the humanitarian and security crisis at our southern border, I traveled to Texas and… Read more

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Thankfully, the county’s positivity rate for COVID-19 dropped a little bit last week giving us reason to be hopeful about the future. A couple… Read more

“Just because the county is starting to get vaccines doesn’t mean we can just get rid of all the precautions.” Read more

Among Northeast Pennsylvania’s rites of spring is the car slalom, in which drivers desperately attempt — and often fail — to safely steer thei… Read more

Congratulations to Wyoming County Press Examiner sports editor Colleen McAleer who was honored this past Friday in a virtual meeting of the Ti… Read more

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“It is a little bit weird, but it’s the world that we live in.” Read more

Well before COVID-19 devastated nursing homes in Pennsylvania and nationally, Democratic Sen. Bob Casey of Scranton and Republican Sen. Pat To… Read more

Four years after the Legislature eliminated the registration stickers that vehicle owners used to have to affix to their license plates, someo… Read more