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Not every student is enthusiastic about giving up the freedom of summer to return to the studies, but there’s something about a stack of crisp, blank notebooks, freshly sharpened pencils and new threads that soften the blow.

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COUDERSPORT — The Potter County Commissioners are moving ahead with reforms of the county’s criminal justice system on the heels of announcements that the federal and state government are pushing for Data-Driven Justice (DDJ) initiatives in communities across the country.

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(Editor’s note: Two stories on today’s web edition of The Era profile an individual — Bill Walb — and organization — YWCA Bradford — that are among many that serve our community, many times without fanfare of the recognition they deserve. With that in mind, The Era has put together a special…

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Heroin and opioid abuse is making headlines in northcentral Pennsylvania, and counties across the state are dealing with the repercussions of overdoses, increased crime rates and the other issues that come along with drug dependence.

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Achieving a work-life balance is difficult and stressful for a lot people. Between careers, school, families, and activities, the stress of everyday life often puts adequate sleep on the backburner for people.

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As the budget stalemate continues in Harrisburg, I know the hard-working constituents who reside in my Senatorial District are growing frustrated with the consequences of state funding not being distributed in a timely fashion. Rightfully so. I too am upset with the impasse, but I refuse to …

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COUDERSPORT, Pa. — The Cole Memorial Medical Group welcomes a new obstetrician and gynecologist, Dr. Ahmad Awada, to the Women's Health Center located in the hospital's Irwin Medical Arts Center at 1001 E. Second St. He began accepting new patients on February 8.

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(TNS) The Zika virus headlines may seem disturbingly familiar — with good reason. Although Zika and Ebola are very different contagions that cause distinctive diseases, there are startling similarities in how the two epidemics unfolded.

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ALBANY (AP) — When the emergency room fills up — whether it's a big accident, flu season or a stroke of misfortune — Brooklyn nurse Rose Green says she can find herself sprinting from room to room, trying to keep ahead of the whims of calamity.

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Dr. Howard Zucker, commissioner for the New York State Department of Health, testifies during a joint legislative budget hearing on health and Medicaid on Monday, Jan. 25, 2016, in Albany, N.Y. (AP Photo/Mike Groll)