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On June 20 a friend and I went to the matinee at Bradford Cinema. We parked in the handicap spot in front of the theater and had a placard displayed. We went inside at approximately 12:45 and …

It is absurd that our Pennsylvania fireworks law (Act 43 of 2017) is deficient in not setting fireworks-launch distance restrictions from other property owners’ boundaries, or from streets and…

Regarding the recent column by Ann McFeatters, “What Will Trump Run On?” and recognizing that an in-depth response would be way over the allowed wording, I would suggest that he run on our cou…

This pandemic has caused many disruptions in everyone’s lives. Yes, scary and unpredictable. It is going on three months of shutdown in our country and is devastating our lives and industry. I…

Protests, anti-science editorials, viral conspiracy theories, cartoons and serial tweeting will not change the “will” of the COVID-19 virus.

This has been the most damaging lie our president has told and thousands are dying. President Trump was indeed warned about COVID-19 and chose to ignore it. In typical Trump fashion, he said i…

There have been many letters to the editor recently advocating opening up the economy, no matter what the cost.

A person can have COVID-19, show no symptoms and still infect others. Masks don’t protect the wearer against COVID-19; they stop wearers from spreading COVID-19.

In Rich Lowry’s column in the May 2 edition of The Era, he concludes by writing that we as a free people will have to decide the important questions raised by this crisis, not doctors and rese…

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It is sad to see what is happening in America. Have the people forgotten the sacrifices made by past generations? Have they taken freedom for granted?

With National Nurses Week celebrated May 6-12 this year, there is no better time to honor and thank those nurses on the front lines protecting our health and safety amid the global coronavirus…

After reading the editorial in the April 28 edition of The Era from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, titled “Conflicting messages on masks,” I had to comment on this subject.

State Sen. Joe Scarnati is right. Some counties like McKean, Warren, Forest, Elk and Potter, which have single-digit or low double-digit cases of coronavirus, should not be treated like Philad…

We need a some painless conversation about spacial distancing in the “clamp” — or is it “stomp”? — down of the personal right to exercise common sense? Wasn’t it Thomas Paine who noted the nee…

Remember the Second Amendment when it is time to vote. There are factions in and out of our government that want to take it away from us. If they are successful on that you can bet our First A…

Recently, when I mentioned the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, it was surprising how many didn't know what it was.

I was just reading the article about breathing life into another building for professional offices.

A recent commentary in this newspaper stated that, “fracking, is safe” and that it “poses no threat to groundwater supplies.”

In regard to Dee Baxter’s letter to the editor in the Feb. 17 Other Voices, I would like to comment.

Well, I got my bowl of popcorn to watch the Schiff and Nadler show. Just as boring as before; the same thing, over and over. What a waste of time.

With the impeachment trial of President Trump starting in earnest, it makes me wonder just how far our political system has fallen into the abyss of trying to “get” a political opponent.

Regarding the letter to the editor written by a woman who believes a police department is needed in Eldred Township, if she is having so many problems with trespassing, then she must know who …

It is going to take more than an act of Congress to stop President Donald Trump from doing exactly what he wants to do. He has no respect for the law.

Referring to the op-ed in the Dec. 20 edition of The Bradford Era by Ann McFeatters of Tribune News Service, we have a perfect example of misleading and hateful opinion emanating from an old a…

It’s not bad enough that Pennsylvania eliminated straight party voting in an effort to confuse seniors, who vote regularly and tend to vote more conservatively, into voting by office in the ho…

Ken Gerg thinks with unemployment low and the stock market high the economy is good. Unemployment numbers are low because many people are employed as involuntary part-time workers, full-time j…

Given the political overtones of “The Trumponomics Bill,” perhaps a brief rebuttal would be acceptable and in order.

Regarding Amy Mallison-Austin’s letter to the editor in the Nov. 21 edition, how fast we forget the history lessons of high school on the U.S. Constitution. I’ve been confused by the misrepres…

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 “depl…

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.

Readers may already know that Donald Trump Jr.’s book is out — “Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Wants to Silence Us.” Really? Who is more hateful than Donald Trump with his degradi…

The silence from the office of U.S. Rep. Glenn Thompson on recent events at the federal level has been deafening.