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Pennsylvanians Affected by New Border Regulations

Posted by Robert Speel on 05/31 at 09:02 PM

Pennsylvania residents have long been used to needing only regular driver’s licenses and a birth certificate to travel to Canada and back by car. But as of this week, that will no longer be possible.

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Election Results

Posted by Nathan Tobey on 05/20 at 01:34 PM

Find information about the primary election results by county.

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Our Town

Our Town: Hollidaysburg

Posted by Charlie G on 05/20 at 10:57 AM

Dick Knupp, the Our Town editor is nearing completion on the Hollidaysburg program. You can see pictures of him hard at work. Click on Gallery on the Our Town website. We will be previewing the program for the volunteers and their families on May 26th at 7pm in the dining room of Jack’s Capitol Hotel Grille. This is a private showing, but everyone will get to see it on Thursday, June 4th at 8pm on WPSU and on this website. So tell people everywhere that they will be able to watch on their computers at wpsu.org You can also download a promotional poster for the show at http://wpsu.org/assets/pdf/ourtown/hollidaysburg_poster.pdf.

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Politics

PA Primary Guide

Posted by Nathan Tobey on 05/16 at 04:15 PM

Voting on Tuesday? Unsure who the candidates are? Here is a guide to the primary.

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Politics

Should Pennsylvania consider appointing state judges?

Posted by Robert Speel on 05/13 at 08:37 AM

Pennsylvania voters offered a chance to vote for candidates they know nothing about for an office they know nothing about.

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SCASD: Invest in Education

Posted by Christopher Long on 05/11 at 09:05 AM

John Adams put it well: “Laws for the liberal education of youth, especially for the lower classes of people, are so extremely wise and useful that to a human and generous mind, no expense for this purpose would be thought extravagant.” (John Adams, Thoughts on Government)

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Programming

FRONTLINE Worth Watching

Posted by Greg Petersen on 05/10 at 07:29 PM

A complex scheme revealed as only FRONTLINE can.

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