Browsing: Parkesburg Politics

Good morning Parkesburg.  Spring looks like its here to stay.  And none too soon. This week’s Find it Friday harkens back to an earlier time when many American living rooms had a piano and countless youngsters


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Parkesburg’s State Senator and President of the Pennsylvania Senate Dominic Pileggi has been garnering a smattering of unfavorable national headlines lately. You would think being the leader of the Senate of a state with 7.7% unemployment


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For the first time in his long legislative career Joe Pitts, our very conservative congressman, has gone on record as being against the government spending less money. In a press release dated March 8th and posted


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After thanking Dr. Newcome for meeting with him last month and calling what he deems Octorara’s out-of-control spending “a moral issues” and chiding school board members for making excuses and blaming Harrisburg for the district’s financial


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“Do You Hear What I Hear?” is a Christmas song written in October 1962 with lyrics by Noël Regney and music by Gloria Shayne. The pair were married at the time, and wrote it as a


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According to conservative columnist David Frum in his recently published ebook Why Romney Lost, “In the quarter century since 1988, there have been six presidential elections.  Only once – once! – did the Republican candidate win


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Complete election results for Parkesburg North and South, Highland Township, West Sadsbury, West Fallowfield, Londonderry and Atglen. What conclusions, if any, do you take from Tuesday’s results?


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Why do we vote on Tuesday? “Absolutely no good reason whatsoever.  No joking.”


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According to Friday’s Wall Street Journal: “The last major data point before Tuesday’s elections, the government’s monthly report showed that the economy added 171,000 jobs in October, more than the 125,000 economists expected. The unemployment rate


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