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It's exciting and encouraging to see new commercial development proposed for the junction of New Castle Road and the Route 422 interchange in Butler Township.
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Rotary student exchange program changes lives, makes world better
“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only a page.”
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Debt, deficit differ
Regarding the letter “Good news was buried” (Oct. 22) by Susan Stephenson.
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Great schools matter
What makes a community great? As an elected member of Cranberry Township’s board of supervisors, it’s a question I face all the time. Residents tell me they want to make sure Cranberry remains a place where employers want to locate and where people want to raise their families.
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Rome’s synod on family only the beginning
The Vatican’s “extraordinary synod of bishops” concluded last weekend with the beatification of Pope Paul VI, an interim step on the road to sainthood.
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Charles Krauthammer
Barack Obama, bewildered bystander
WASHINGTON — The president is upset. Very upset. Frustrated and angry. Seething about the government’s handling of Ebola, said the front-page headline in the New York Times last Sadsfsdfsdf
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Reality has settled in: Thomas Eric Duncan’s fiancee doesn’t have Ebola. Neither do most of the first wave of people to come into contact with the virus’ first victim in the United States.
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In what may be a hopelessly quixotic effort, supporters of the federal Children’s Health Insurance Program are trying to persuade Congress to renew its funding almost a year in advance — and in a lame-duck session. Nevertheless, lawmakers ought to heed that call.
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U.S. fight against Islamic State: a stalemate
The United States and its allies are no longer losing the war against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, and in the Middle East, that counts as progress.
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