State Rep. Russ Diamond responds to the column from earlier this week by Rev. Dr. David Zwifka.
In an attempt to keep Lebanon open, Forward Together Lebanon, a group of leaders dedicated to the economic recovery of Lebanon County, went on the road to discover WHY.
St. Luke’s rector: “I take this stand not as a hyper-sensitive ‘snowflake’ but as someone deeply committed to my religious vow to respect the dignity of every human being.”
“In a few short weeks the adult debate over school opening policy will be over and then we will be left to face the true reality as our children set off with backpacks in hand to face this deadly coronavirus.”
“This whole debacle in no way benefits Lebanon County.”
A South Lebanon Township resident writes in regarding a proposal by state Rep. Russ Diamond to have high-court judges selected by regional instead of statewide elections.
Chair of Lebanon County Dems argues that public anger over loss of CARES funding should be directed “where it truly belongs.”
Lebanon County Commissioner Jo Ellen Litz responds to a recent column by state Rep. Frank Ryan.
Truth be told, even though doors are open, it’s still a little too quiet in Lebanon County’s libraries these days.
“As we learn more about the proposals being weighed by other school districts it becomes clear that some school districts intend to take greater precautions than others.”
State Rep. Frank Ryan: “I call on Gov. Wolf to recognize that willfully harming the people of Lebanon County is a petty mistake.”
PennPIRG responds to an April letter by farmer and banker Mike Firestine on proposed “right to repair” legislation.
“This is the time to ask questions of your local school district, not after the schools have already opened.”
Amaury Abreu shares his response on what he’d like to see done differently by Lebanon County legislators.
Darrel Moyer of Cleona shares his pictures and videos of the graduation parades arranged to honor graduating seniors in a very “2020” way.