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President Donald Trump, the first demagogue ever to sit in the White House, demonstrated once again last week what it means to be a demagogue. [Read More]
Northumberland County received good news this week in that an audit of the Prothonotary/Clerk of the Courts and Adult Probation and Parole departments found "no... [Read More]
Salt has gotten a bad rap in recent history, but the status of salt was very different in the distant past. Salt was so valuable... [Read More]
Andrew and Penelope Murphy, of Coal Township, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Aug. 5 with family and friends as part of the Shamokin Moose... [Read More]
Summer stargazing can be so comfortable. However, if you have an early wake-up for work the next day like I do, you have to restrict... [Read More]
It must be tough to be a full-time employee on a cruise ship. Where do you go for a vacation? Do you spend it hanging... [Read More]
On Oct. 24, 2014, life as I knew it came to a screeching halt. That was the day I got the surprising and very scary... [Read More]
An out-of-state landlord has lodged complaints about a $1,200 sewer reconnection fee charged by Kulpmont-Marion Heights Joint Municipal Authority that he was required to pay... [Read More]
Shamokin-Coal Township Public Library has add the following titles to the library for the month of September. Fiction... [Read More]
Hemp is hip again in Pennsylvania, and researchers in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences are among a select group tasked with exploring the potential... [Read More]
The Knights of Columbus District 54 semi-annual meeting was held Monday at Shamokin Council 458. [Read More]
Our Mother of Consolation Church was the setting on Saturday, Sept. 2, 1967, for the marriage of Jane L. Slotterback to Robert J. Poplaski, both... [Read More]
Curriculum upgrades, new programs, several new teachers and improving communication between parents, staff and the community are among the changes for the 2017-18 school year... [Read More]
A massive fire destroyed a large barn and killed 45 heifers early Friday in Rockefeller Township. [Read More]
Line Mountain grabbed an early lead Friday evening and was able to play comfortably throughout.The Eagles gained 502 yards of total offense and had six... [Read More]
Coming off a heartbreaking 43-41 loss to Mount Carmel last week, Loyalsock needed a confidence booster heading into its contest against Shamokin.The Lancers got just... [Read More]
MOUNT CARMEL— Sometimes the biggest plays in close football games happen early, when you don't expect them. [Read More]
Gaige Garcia was getting roughed up more than a roller derby jammer.Southern's sophomore all-state halfback draws the attention of every defense and, Friday night at... [Read More]
While America observes the Labor Day holiday on Monday, my siblings, our spouses and I will quietly mark another special occasion. It would have been... [Read More]
No one will blame Brandon Carson if he wakes up today thinking that it is still 2016.A year ago, then first-year Line Mountain coach Carson... [Read More]