Monthly Archives: March 2021

White Township supervisors ‘disconnect’

Opinion By David Loomis INDIANA – White Township supervisors may be innocent of the reported technical difficulties that killed the teleconference feed of their March 24 evening meeting. “Initially there was an internet connection and then a disconnect,” wrote township … Continue reading

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Chancellor Dan’s ‘gaffe’?

Opinion By David Loomis INDIANA — Dan Greenstein, chancellor of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education, committed a “gaffe” on Thursday. He was speaking remotely during a Senate Appropriations Committee hearing on the 2021-2022 budget for the public university … Continue reading

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RGGI 2021: King Coal regicide?

Climate chronicles By David Loomis INDIANA –The pandemic is easing. The economy is recovering. Hope is renewing. And President Joe Biden is visiting the commonwealth this week to remind voters who to thank for the good news. Unity is lacking, … Continue reading

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County housing authority: desist on Mary Cease

An opinion By David Loomis INDIANA — When Mary Cease sued the Housing Authority of Indiana County three years ago, she was caught in a classic Catch 22. Cease, 69, a Navy veteran, PTSD sufferer and domestic-abuse survivor, had sought … Continue reading

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Black life, White life, Indiana, Pa.

Q&A: Melvin A. Jenkins By David Loomis INDIANA – On the last day of Black History Month 2021, Melvin Jenkins – local professor, pastor, politician – discussed the state of local race relations. Dr. Jenkins, 65, a resident of White … Continue reading

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