Politics as usual continues to disgust citizens
We want to make sure everyone knew how deceitful and crooked all politicians can be.
3/4/2021 Our Opinion 0 comments
Caution must reign during COVID-19 war
It’s been about a year since COVID-19 began to spread across the United States and the first case was detected in Pennsylvania.
3/3/2021 Our Opinion 0 comments
Denouncing hatred in a month promoting diversity
Slippery Rock University said it is investigating two recent incidents during which Black History Month events were interrupted by racist and violent video and audio.
3/2/2021 Our Opinion 0 comments
Tolls debated as state’s bridges deteriorate
Facing growing demands on its highways, Pennsylvania’s Department of Transportation is considering adding tolls to nine bridges on six interstates to help generate the cash to repair them.
3/1/2021 Our Opinion 0 comments
Formal policy for alcohol at public events a good idea
We agree with Matthew Edwards, president of the Zelienople Area Business Association, that a formal policy or permitting process by the borough for alcohol at public events is a good idea.
2/27/2021 Our Opinion 0 comments
COVID-19’s collateral damage: For some, obesity; for others, hunger
There is much collateral health damage inflicted on us because of the pandemic.
2/26/2021 Our Opinion 0 comments
Red Cross seriously needs blood donors
As multiple catastrophes play out across the nation — the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and the freezing cold weather and winter storms that have devastated Texas and other states —...
2/24/2021 Our Opinion 0 comments
Seed sale can help to raise critical 4-H revenue
Everything from local businesses to county programs have suffered financially as a result of the coronavirus pandemic this past year.
2/23/2021 Our Opinion 0 comments
Good deeds by county residents should be lauded
The weather outside is, as the song says, frightful — but that hasn’t stopped Butler County residents from attempting to lift the spirits or lend a helping hand to others.