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Moulton missed the mark

July 1, 2014 As politicians and pundits debate the attorney general’s review of the Sandusky investigation, here is a word of advice from someone who works in the field of victims’ rights: Care is not the same... more »»

The tragedy to end all tragedies

June 28, 2014 The Great War (sometimes in America it was termed the European War) was triggered by the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, 100 years ago this week, on June 28, 191. more »»

Tears of the innocents in Iraq

June 27, 2014 Safaa Joda was a 14-year-old boy I met in 2003 when I served in Iraq. One of our missions involved spending a lot of time in his neighborhood for several months. more »»

Pension crisis could put many farmers in Pa. out of business

June 17, 2014 As lawmakers in Harrisburg get serious about crafting a new state budget with a June 30 deadline approaching, they have an opportunity to also take action to address the top financial problem facing... more »»

Newspapers deserve to have strong, fair copyright protection

June 14, 2014 Every day, city hall reporters at local newspapers distill hours of city council meetings into cogent stories that inform readers about how their elected officials are spending their tax dollars. more »»

A reminder: Presidents, prayer and Memorial Day

May 24, 2014 Throughout American history presidents have often used religious rhetoric for various reasons: to provide comfort and consolation, argue that God providentially directs our nation, celebrate our... more »»

Juniata County Library

May 17, 2014 We’re delighted to be able to announce a pair of upcoming programs at the library. On May 19 at 3 p.m., we will host a Heart Health seminar in the community room. more »»

Pray for mothers

May 10, 2014 Good morning, friends, and mothers in particular. It’s almost Mother’s Day — that day set aside once a year to honor our dear mothers. more »»

Family’s decision typical of ‘sandwich generation’

May 10, 2014 Question: We’re considering taking my elderly mother into our home, rather than placing her in a nursing facility. more »»

Still blessed, 25 years later

April 26, 2014 Twenty-five years ago, I wrote a column for The Sentinel. That wasn’t anything out of the ordinary — I wrote a column every week back then. But this column was special. more »»

THON: They dance for kids

March 6, 2014 They dance to help kids with cancer. To someone who doesn’t know about THON, that simple statement might seem absur. more »»

Fashion flashback

March 1, 2014 The ever changing world of fashion moves in two directions. more »»

Time to live within our means

February 27, 2014 Think about this: You and your family live in a modest home; you pay your mortgage and bills on time, and each month you try to save a little something extra for a rainy day. more »»

Corbett’s budget: 2 steps forward, 1 back

February 11, 2014 Gov. Corbett’s education budget proposal includes welcome increases for special education and early learning but ignores the need for a stable and comprehensive approach to education funding. more »»

We need a formula for success

January 16, 2014 The time has come to treat public education as a bipartisan issue that has benefits for all children, regardless of where they attend school in this Commonwealth. more »»

‘You’re a mean one, Mr. Grinch’

December 14, 2013 We love the Grinch! Up front, we are a deeply committed Christian family. We have no qualms about saying we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ on Christmas day. Period. more »»

Positive words from wind power

November 21, 2013 Regarding your recent editorial on the wind Production Tax Credit, American wind power is a success story that has strong bipartisan support in Congress and from the overwhelming majority of the... more »»

Teddy Roosevelt and Veterans Day

November 9, 2013 As we celebrate Veterans Day this year, it is instructive to consider the contributions of our presidents to our nation's defense and military. more »»

Patton, Ike, and my teenage boys

November 8, 2013 I recently took my two teenage sons to a talk by Frank Kravetz, a 90-year-old World War II veteran who survived Hitler’s Nuremberg prisons. Frank published his story in a memoi. more »»

Hare-raising: One in thousands

October 26, 2013 For five days, you don't have to explain to anyone why you raise rabbits. more »»



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