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“This is to the person who thinks the Senate is protecting this country. Well, they did not close the borders, they are going to get raises, they pass bills and don’t read them. Their kids go to private schools, they get free health care, they...
firstname.lastname@example.orgForty men and women from 20 countries raised their right hands Friday morning in the federal courthouse in Martinsburg and pledged their allegiance to the United States of America. They were sworn in by U.S. District Judge Gina M. Groh in a second-...
Harry “Buck” Cline of Williamsport turns 90 years old Thursday. Cline is a World War II veteran who served in the U.S. Army 475th Infantry Group in the Pacific Theatre — China, Burma and India — under Gen. George Stillwell....
“Don’t think you have any choice about the smart meters for your electricity. The power company’s getting permission from the state to put smart meters in your house, and you’re going to pay for them on your light bill. Now, the...
“In response to street cleaning, I have driven down those streets. If the people had more pride, they could get a bunch of young people together on a Saturday, put gloves on them, and clean your own street. That’s what I do. Be proud of...
Associated PressThe U.N. Security Council voted unanimously Thursday for tough new sanctions to punish North Korea for its latest nuclear test, and a furious Pyongyang threatened a nuclear strike against the United States. The sanctions drafted by North Korea's...
Associated PressPresident Barack Obama reacted sharply to North Korea's nuclear test Tuesday, promising swift international action to bring the rogue communist regime in line. The detonation came hours before the president's State of the Union address, where he was...
A delegation from Guangzhou City, China, toured Fahrney-Keedy Home & Village on Jan. 14, and discussed how senior-care services are delivered in the United States. Through an interpreter, six high-level Chinese government officials discussed a variety of...
“The most memorable answer I ever read from Dear Abby was in response to the woman who wanted to go to law school, but hesitated because she would be 50 by the time she finished. Dear Abby wrote, ‘And how old will you be if you don’t go?...
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: 1. OBAMA STANDS HIS GROUND ON FISCAL DISPUTES The president chose to draw attention to the aspirations he hopes will define him rather than the...
Sang Cho, 77, of Hagerstown, passed away Saturday, Jan. 12, 2013, at his home. Born Oct. 26, 1935, in Zhongshan city in Guangdong province, Mainland China, he was the son of the late Wei Wan Cho and Tai Mei Ng. Mr. Cho worked in textiles and as a farmer...
Redefining our terms would be less taxing To the editor: I have an idea that may help resolve the current economic impasse. The major sticking point that has prevented Republicans and Democrats from coming together is the word “tax.”...
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