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One of the most challenging concepts to understand about the water and wastewater industry is that, in order to build a sustainable future, it is critical to expect the unexpected. Like so many … more
Local news starts with us. Newspapers have been the foundation of real news for more than 300 years. While the delivery of the product has transitioned from black ink on newsprint, to the internet, … more
The Trump administration’s move to prohibit flavored e-cigarettes is getting a raft of flak, but not from the usual Democrat saboteurs. Conservatives and libertarians are coming together in the … more
Just like the Willie Nelson song, we’re “On The Road Again.” We took two more day trips. The first was by bus with three destinations: an old, historic town, monasteries and … more
Much has changed since 2002 when the Professional Nursing Law was last revised to include licensed dietitian nutritionists. Licensed nutritionists and licensed dietitian nutritionists play a … more
The history books tell us that slavery officially ended in the United States on Dec. 6, 1865, when the 13th Amendment to the Constitution was ratified. However, the prevalence of human trafficking … more
What do you do for exercise? I know that I’ve talked before about my love of walking and dancing as part of my exercise routine. I also like to do kayaking. I first learned to kayak when I … more
Progressives hope for an America where health care is a human right for everyone — and women’s right to choose remains secure — and gays are safe from cruelty — and people of … more
I write as president of a cooperative company comprised of independent community pharmacies, typical of the community pharmacies throughout our commonwealth. For more than a century, independent, … more
Two years ago, we filed a historic lawsuit against Gov. Tom Wolf, the General Assembly, the state treasurer, and the auditor general for enacting unbalanced state budgets in violation of … more
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