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  • Doctor tells Obama supporters: Go elsewhere for health care

    Doctor tells Obama supporters: Go elsewhere for health care
    MOUNT DORA — A doctor who considers the national health-care overhaul to be bad medicine for the country posted a sign on his office door telling patients who voted for President Barack Obama to seek care "elsewhere." "I'm not turning anybody...
  • MORE: Dickinson College Area Graduates, 2009

    Dickinson College held its 2009 commencement on May 17, 2009. Among the field was one area graduate: Ryan Douglas Daniel, son of Douglas Daniel of Northampton, PA, and Mrs. Kimberly Schlegel of Macungie, PA, BA in economics. Other recognition included:...
  • District 11 Football Standings

    COLONIAL LEAGUE Team I Overall Record Bangor 5-0 Wilson Area 5-0 Palisades 4-1 Southern Lehigh 3-2 Northwestern Lehigh 3-2 Palmerton 3-2 Catasauqua 2-3 Saucon Valley 2-3 Pen Argyl 1-4 Northern Lehigh 2-3 Salisbury 0-5 Notre Dame 0-5 LEHIGH...
  • New evidence possible in 1970 slaying

    It was the day after Thanksgiving 1970, one of the busiest shopping days for Hess's department store, Woolworth's and the other shops along a vibrant Hamilton Street in Allentown. Young women walking with friends or their parents combed the stores...
  • Walter Cronkite Dies at 92

    Walter Cronkite Dies at 92
    (WGN-AM) - Walter Cronkite, the premier TV anchorman of the networks' golden age who reported a tumultuous time with reassuring authority and came to be called "the most trusted man in America," died Friday. He was 92. Cronkite died at 7:42 p.m. with his...
  • Gulf oil spill: Boat captain, despondent over spill, commits suicide

     
    William Allen Kruse, 55, a charter boat captain recently hired by BP as a vessel of opportunity out of Gulf Shores, Ala., died Wednesday morning before 7:30 a.m. of a gunshot to the head, likely self-inflicted, authorities said. "He had......
  • The mental toil of oil

     
    As oil continues to seep into the Gulf of Mexico, psychological traumas caused by the catastrophe similarly seep into the minds of the residents, fishermen and shrimpers of the region. Judging by past environmental mishaps and anecdotal evidence...
  • PIAA Basketball First Round

    PIAA Basketball Playoffs First Round Friday, March 6th Boys "AAA" York Suburban 46 vs. Abington Heights 38 Susquehanna Twp. 72 vs. Holy Redeemer 46 Eastern York 42 vs. Crestwood 54 Steel-High 71 vs. Neumann-Goretti 98 Wyomissing 44 vs....
  • Oil Spill Taking Mental Toll

    Oil Spill Taking Mental Toll
    The immense difficulties facing workers trying to contain and clean up the gulf oil leak were made frighteningly evident Wednesday, after a charter captain despondent over the spill apparently committed suicide, and technical issues forced oil company...
  • Oil Spill 'Too Much' for Skipper Who Killed Self

    Oil Spill 'Too Much' for Skipper Who Killed Self
    Two weeks after he was hired by BP to help with the oil spill cleanup, William Allen Kruse killed himself. The 55-year-old charter boat captain shot himself in the head Wednesday morning as he prepared to spend another day skimming oil off the waters...
  • Suicide Another Oil Spill Casualty

    Suicide Another Oil Spill Casualty
    The charter boat captain they called Rookie made his home back where the oak and pine woods humming with cicadas meet the Bon Secour River and where the asphalt peters out into a dead end. This is where friends came to ask how William Allen "Rookie"...
  • Driven Crazy By Crude And What Could Be Coming

    Driven Crazy By Crude And What Could Be Coming
    Christopher Areas is an out of work former commercial fisherman who just sold his boat. He spends his days on his dock collecting water samples from Bayou Barataria. Areas is overwhelmed with anxiety and reeled off the reasons why: oil inching closer,...