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State smart to expand right to use guns in self-defense

August 18, 2011 To further the protection of residents’ Second Amendment rights, Gov. Tom Corbett signed House Bill 40, expanding what’s known as the Castle Doctrine. The changes will go into effect late next week. more »»

Abuse claims get readers growling

August 7, 2011 Some notes from a small-town editor trying to help build a big-time paper: The response we get when we publish stories about animals is incredible. more »»

Strike down illusion that government programs free

August 7, 2011 In the 1800s, two French observers of political economy made statements that are validated by present day experienc. more »»

Wind beneath Lakemont wings

July 24, 2011 Some notes from a small-town editor trying to help build a big-time paper: You’d think chicken wings wouldn’t be an overly controversial subject. And you’d think wrong. more »»

Crisis reveals community’s character

July 17, 2011 The idea of community is one of the singular aspects we use to attract students to Juniata College. more »»

Seeing light after deadline

June 19, 2011 At 5:15 p.m. Thursday, in the midst of our daily news meeting in the Mirror editorial conference room, the lights flickered, and we could see the power lines on Cayuga Avenue shaking. Uh, o. more »»

Revitalized Tour de 'Toona seeks volunteers

June 19, 2011 The first intersection Sandy Jablonski manned as a race marshal for the Tour de ’Toona was at the soccer field where Eastview Street meets West Loop Road near Hollidaysburg 15 years ago. more »»

Budget threatens health care

May 26, 2011 “This budget sorts the must-haves from the nice-to-haves.” With those words, Governor Tom Corbett established the priority framework of his first budget as the state’s chief executive. more »»

Unpredictability hallmark of news

May 22, 2011 Some notes from a small-town editor trying to help build a big-time paper: ? Part of the intrigue of the news business is its unpredictability. more »»

Railroads on track for improvement

May 15, 2011 The freight rail network has been a bright spot in a troubled economy. more »»

Week to thank all emergency medicine providers

May 15, 2011 Today through Saturday is Emergency Medical Services Week. This year’s theme is “Everyday Heroe. more »»

Electing to expound about vote

May 8, 2011 Some notes from a small-town editor trying to help build a big-time paper: - Election season is nearly upon us. more »»

Covering religion with ‘Grace(y)’

April 17, 2011 It takes a special touch to write about religion and make every religion feel comfortable in having their information presented in the paper. more »»

Employees can help lessen school cuts

April 12, 2011 I respect and appreciate what the members of our public education system do for our children and communities. The men and women I know are consummate professionals, dedicated to their profession. more »»

America must choose path to prosperity with budget

April 12, 2011 America faces a significant challenge that we can no longer afford to ignore. more »»

America must choose path to prosperity with budget

April 10, 2011 America faces a significant challenge that we can no longer afford to ignore. more »»

Employees can help lessen school cuts

April 8, 2011 I respect and appreciate what the members of our public education system do for our children and communities. The men and women I know are consummate professionals, dedicated to their profession. more »»

Goal is enhanced ER experience

April 7, 2011 As many readers of the Altoona Mirror know, part of the consolidation of Altoona Hospital and Seventh Avenue campus will involve combining two emergency departments. more »»

Marching in step with Progress

March 27, 2011 This Tuesday’s paper is not a Sunday edition, but it will seem like one. The annual monstrous People & Progress — six sections, 88 pages — will accompany your Tuesday Mirror. more »»

IOU Dollars could wallop US

March 27, 2011 Two weeks ago, Sam Zell, a successful and well-known real estate investor, was interviewed on CNBC. He said, in this period of financial crisis, he worries most about the possibility that the U.S. more »»

 
 

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