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Reception fitting for our veterans

December 3, 2014 On Thursday, Nov. 20, the staff of the Hollidaysburg Veterans Home, along with the students from Northern Bedford and Altoona High schools, served the veterans of the home a Thanksgiving feast. more »»

Obama reputation sinks

December 3, 2014 It appears that President Obama is beginning to look and act more like the Rev. Al Sharpton every day. Obama could help with the federal deficit by getting the alleged $4. more »»

Old-school police work needed in Ferguson

December 2, 2014 The Michael Brown story has both galvanized and polarized our nation at the same time. Unfortunately for the Brown family and the family of Darren Wilson, there are no do-overs in lif. more »»

Waste of space

December 2, 2014 I could not believe the Mirror devoted three-quarters of the front page, plus more inside, to a story of the woman who dresses up her stone cat in Hollidaysburg. more »»

Concerned about use of SCI Cresson

December 1, 2014 Kelly Cernetich’s front page article in the Nov. more »»

Middle East won’t change

November 29, 2014 According to numerous Internet and newspaper articles, when the U.S. more »»

US must stop bullying Cuba

November 28, 2014 A letter to the editor appeared in the Nov. 13 Mirror blaming all of Cuba’s economic problems on a lack of free enterprise. more »»

There’s no debate on educating public health

November 26, 2014 The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services is currently asking for public comment on how we spend taxpayer money to deal with the consequences of poor choices. more »»

Political mission’s obstacles

November 26, 2014 The New York Times recently ran an op-ed column calling for the end of midterm elections. more »»

No substitute for Thanksgiving

November 26, 2014 In November 1996 we were living in Pittsburgh. more »»

Consider some options on turkey

November 25, 2014 This week, President Obama will pardon two turkeys to promote the turkey industry. Every one of us can exercise that same pardon power by choosing a nonviolent Thanksgiving observance. more »»

Senior drivers deserve break

November 25, 2014 I have been driving for 66 years. We have had two cars for 56 years. That amounts to 122 inspections; no questions asked, all bills paid. more »»

Nation’s oil companies now ‘own Congress’

November 24, 2014 Liquid oil won’t flow in the pipeline. What will? Take one quart of motor oil and five pounds of sand and mix in bucket — that’s tar sand. It will take additives, heat or both to keep it moving. more »»

Vote to get finances under some control

November 22, 2014 If you evaluate the current state of monetary and fiscal affairs, there are far too many people in influential positions, both public and private, who continue to remain reticent and complacent abou... more »»

Accountability comes from faith

November 21, 2014 In a recent letter, Elizabeth K. Shade set a double standard by stating that “people should never argue about ... religion. more »»

Home rule charter brings added taxes

November 21, 2014 This is a follow-up to my previous letter (Oct. 28) where I urged people to vote no on the adoption of the home rule charter. more »»

Proclamation raises visibility for cancer

November 20, 2014 It is unacceptable that there is a cancer for which the relative five-year survival rate is still in the single digits at just 6 percent, particularly when you consider the overall five-year relativ... more »»

Fitting tribute

November 20, 2014 I just finished reading Ryan Brown’s wonderful story (Nov. 10) about the Lepore family. Those parents had to be so proud of those boy. more »»

ID law would suppress elderly, minority votes

November 19, 2014 I believe the Voter ID law is aimed at voter suppression. This law disproportionately affects the elderly, minority and low-income groups that tend to vote Democrati. more »»

Improvements to Courtroom 2 overdue

November 18, 2014 We write to support the restoration of the Blair County Courthouse and more specifically, Courtroom No. 2. more »»

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