The streets were lined with onlookers filled with holiday spirit Friday evening during the 11th annual Cruisin’ into Christmas Parade. It may have been a chilly 32 degrees, though parade-goers stood bundled in coats and hats to see the festively decorated floats, classic, cars and other vehi…

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SMETHPORT — Larry Shroyer will serve 53 to 106 months in state prison for delivering a mix of butyryl fentanyl and heroin in 2015 to 25-year-old George Duke Jr., causing Duke’s death, and then…

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Lovie Smith looked up from behind the dais on the eighth floor press box at Memorial Stadium. He looked to his left in the direction of Illinois athletics director Josh Whitman and asked if they would have liked to go to a bowl game four years ago in Smith's first year as the Illini head coach.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Facing almost-certain impeachment, President Donald Trump and his GOP allies are blasting theHouse inquiry into whether he abused his office as illegal and declaring him completely free of taint on Ukraine and in the Russia investigation.

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WARSAW, Poland (AP) — When new Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy sits down Monday for peace talks in Paris with Russian President Vladimir Putin in their first face-to-face meeting, the stakes couldn't be higher.

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Port-au-Prince (AP) — The flaming barricades are mostly gone, protesters have largely dissipated and traffic is once again clogging the streets of Haiti’s capital, but hundreds of thousands of people are now suffering deep economic aftershocks after more than two months of demonstrations.

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PARIS (AP) — Paris police skirmished Saturday with yellow vest activists joining a wave of protest actions against the government's overhaul of France's national retirement system, as highway blockades and train stoppages disrupted weekend travel around the country.

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If you’re like most adults, you might have a hard time falling or staying asleep. In fact, a 2018 Consumer Report found that 68 percent of Americans struggle with their sleeping patterns at least once a week. That accounts for 164 million Americans. If you’re included in that number, you may want to try the phenomenon of “clean sleep.”

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While eating meatless has an array of health benefits and even significantly reduces your carbon footprint, there is undoubtedly a price you pay cutting out meat. Vegetarians and vegans commonly struggle with making up these crucial nutrients and vitamins

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An estimated 5.8 million people in the United States are living with Alzheimer’s dementia in 2019, according to the Alzheimer’s Association. This includes an estimated 5.6 million people age 65 and older and 200,000 people younger than 65 who have younger-onset Alzheimer’s. One in 10 people age 65 and older (10 percent) has Alzheimer’s dementia. It’s a disease that Amy Losak of Teaneck, New Jersey, knows all too well.

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One of the most commonly searched questions about breastfeeding is, “What medicines can you take?” Since everything you consume makes its way into your baby’s milk supply, it’s a valid concern. Sure, we know to pump and dump after a couple glasses of wine, but what about medications?

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In the wake of the recent opioid crisis, cannabidiol appears to have become a promising super drug that may lower opioid dependence. Now, CBD, the nonpsychoactive molecule in the cannabis plant and one of the two main components in marijuana has garnered several advocates in other industries, including the world of sports.

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Video from inside Alpine High School in Alpine, Texas, shows a U.S. marshal accidentally shooting a Homeland Security Investigations special agent in the leg as they respond to reports of two shooters in the building.

For the past 18 consecutive months, the U.S. has led the world’s crude oil production. It surpassed Russia and Saudi Arabia in June and August of 2018. One year later, the U.S. surpassed its own production record by 14.6 percent.

BETHLEHEM, West Bank (AP) — For decades, the people of Bethlehem have watched tour buses drive up to the Church of the Nativity, disgorge their passengers for a few hours at the traditional birthplace of Jesus, and then return to Israel.

As a somewhat old-fashioned guy, I’m usually all about tradition. And for most of my life, the chief tradition around which my whole year revolved was Pennsylvania buck season.

In response to Dee Baxter’s letter in the Nov. 26 edition, what in God’s name are the liberal Democrats really whining about with President Trump? They need to grow up and learn from the “deplorables” about respect.

How can they justify the cost of a new facility for the YWCA, to the tune of $3 million? The number one cost overrun could be paying the prevailing wage for labor.

How many people watched the impeachment hearing? I watched on and off.