- Local News
Crawford County Literary Council plans roundtable breakfast
The Crawford County Literacy Council plans to guide the community on a new effort toward giving adults the skills necessary to become productive members of the workforce, according to Armendia Dixon, executive director for the Crawford County READ Program.
- First look at PENNCREST budget shows school district is $600,000 short
- Gettin’ ready for gobbler season: Step one — scouting
- Local Boston Marathoners: American spirit can't be defeated by terrorists
- Second suspect nabbed in Country Fair robbery
- Crawford County Literary Council plans roundtable breakfast
Selig calls replay start ‘remarkable’
Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig says the sport’s new replay system is working well despite a few problems during its first two weeks.Continued ...
While baseball began video review late in the 2008 season, it was limited to potential home runs and boundary calls. The new system that began March 30 vastly expands the types of plays that managers and umpires can ask to be reviewed at a replay center in New York.
- Cardinals roll to a sweep of Eagles
- Unbeaten Panthers need five games to top Bulldogs
- Ogwumike goes No. 1
- Watson pulls away at Augusta to win second green jacket
- Selig calls replay start ‘remarkable’
- Obituaries (Archives)
- Our Health
Is getting your daily ‘shot’ of caffeine OK?
Can’t live without your daily dose of caffeine? I know many people who will go out of the way just to grab a fresh cup of Joe or any caffeine shot to jump start their day or combat that afternoon lull.
- How virus sleuths and public health officials track the cause of a mysterious illness
- Enjoy the taste of eating right
- Holder: Heroin deaths an 'urgent and growing public health crisis'
- Lilly's diabetes drug rejected by FDA
- Is getting your daily ‘shot’ of caffeine OK?
There’s no war on men and boys — it’s quite the opposite
Two weeks ago, Paul Dici submitted an column titled “It’s time to fight against the war on men and boys” (March 28). Mr. Dici would have us believe that men and boys are being “wussified” by a progressive agenda that may jeopardize our national security. Also, he makes the point that men and boys are not given the same advantages (programs) as women and girls.
- McCord outsourcing ‘scandal’ reminds me of Y2K fears
- Can we trust luck when it comes to the nuclear industry?
- Aging — is it a disease to be cured?
- Local high school students help keep future of journalism bright
- There’s no war on men and boys — it’s quite the opposite