Across Lawrence County this week, students started to trickle back into school as summer draws to a close and the academic year begins again.
For many years I have made it a practice of having a time of devotion early in the morning. I like to spend this time outside, preferably at sunrise.
In the early 1740s a young printer in Philadelphia reached an agreement with an itinerant preacher from England to print his sermons and journals.
Happy Father’s Day, Dad. It’s been four years since you’ve been gone. Although it seems like yesterday we were enjoying a beverage and having a conversation about life on the phone.
A robin built a nest on a low limb of the tree outside our front window. She built her nest alone. Her mate tried to help, but most of what he built she had to redo.
It’s personal to us at the Department of Aging that more than 18 percent of workers earning less than $15 per hour are age 55 or older.
It is tempting for normal people to ignore our president when he starts ranting about treason and corruption at the FBI. I understand the temptation. I'm the object of many of his rants, and even I try to ignore him.
Summer is upon us. You know how I know? Proms were just held and graduations are right around the corner. Oh, and the weather — for the most part — has been pretty good and will only get better from here on out.
“Leadership is about making others better as a result of your presence and making sure that impact lasts in your absence.”— Buzz Williams head basketball coach, Texas A&M University
We are now three weeks out from the primary election. Do you know who the candidates are? Do you know what races are open? Do you know who you are going to vote for?
As Americans observe Earth Day on April 22, let’s take a moment to reflect on the power of the grassroots movement behind that first celebration in 1970, which led to dramatic changes that improved the quality of our lives through cleaner air and water.
We all know government does lots of things — intentionally and unintentionally— which are ineffective and do not make financial sense.
Nestled in a small patch of forest in Neshannock Township a building is situated back from the roadway. And it just became $100,000 richer this week.Hess Ice Rink was named the winner of the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation’s “Renovate the Rink” contest, and will soon begin a transformation pr…
The news media are taking quite a bruising these days. Politicians, including the current occupant of the White House, revel in bashing reporters, newspapers, television and cable networks, Internet news outlets and just about anyone else who dares to shed light or comment on the workings of…
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Edward DeMoss Clark, 87, of Oil City passed away on Friday, Aug. 23, 2019 at Penn Highlands Brookville. Funeral arrangements were entrusted to the Gardinier Funeral Home Inc., 1315 Chestnut St., Franklin, PA 16323.