A man stands there as an ant might stand on the edge of a huge tureen. — Renowned 19th-century theologian Starr King, speaking of Mount Washington in 1860
Long before “air guitar” became a thing, a group of kids barely into double digits became rock ‘n’ roll gods in the living room of a humble abode in the middle of Main Street in Laceyville.
This account of Milltown was written in the 1930s. The author who is unknown used Early Times on the Susquehanna, Old Tioga Point and Early Athens History, Bradsby’s History of Bradford County and The Evening Times Industrial Edition 1926 as sources for the work.
The Democratic debates have been hard on Never Trumpers. The small but vocal group of Republicans and former Republicans who oppose President Trump has watched in horror as Democrats veered leftward, embracing “Medicare for All,” virtually open borders, sky-high taxes and other positions no …
Seeking a ratings extravaganza, the same cable news networks that televised Donald Trump’s airport arrivals during the 2016 campaign as if he were the pope or the Rolling Stones are currently presenting another kind of “reality TV”: the 2020 Democratic presidential debates.
WELLS, Maine — With almost no attention, and surely no grand commemoration, Maine this summer marked an important American anniversary that, despite its unheralded nature, provided one of the more vital, and less well-known, turning points in the nation’s history.
There are events in life, and things in the world, that defy explanation. Just over a year ago I posted the following personal experience on Facebook. Within minutes I had a multitude of comments, ranging from ”WTH” to speculation on a Russian intelligence attack aimed specifically at me (ob…
After the tragic attacks in El Paso and Dayton, the country should be having two debates: one about gun control, the other about speech control. It’s not enough to know how assailants use firearms. We have to know why they are used.
Richard H. Bartholomew, supervising principal of Athens Borough Schools, gave his annual report for the 1950-51 school year at the July board meeting. The 52-page report prepared by Mr. Bartholomew was entitled “A Look at Our Schools”.