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Our Opinion | October 22, 2014
Butler Twp. Marcellus panelnot likely to change much
Butler Township Commissioners have borrowed a page from Slippery Rock Borough Council’s playbook — and not a very good page at that.

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Our Opinion | October 21, 2014
Judges smear high court amid porn e-mail scandal
The public image of the state Supreme Court is being damaged by the claims of pornographic e-mail traffic and threats between feuding justices. Yesterday’s suspension of Justice Seamus McCaffery, the man at the center of the email controvery, could calm the controversy — or further inflame the charges and countercharges.

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Our Opinion | October 20, 2014
Butler’s overdue school-closing plans start off on the right note
Even though a final plan is not yet set, the school consolidation effort in the Butler School District is off to a good start. An encouraing tone of reasonableness among parents as well as school officials was evident at Wednesday’s meeting at the Butler Intermediate School.

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Our Opinion | October 18, 2014
Cheers & Jeers ...
Cheers to the Center for Community Resources and its partners in charity as they embark on their annual Bundle Up Butler winter coat drive.

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Our Opinion | October 17, 2014
Defenses inadequate for U.S. nurses treating Ebola
The Eye of the global Ebola storm is now fixed on two Dallas nurses who came down with the viral hemorrahgic fever after treating Liberian citizen Thomas Duncan. Duncan developed symptoms on returning to Texas from a trip to Liberia in September. He died Oct. 8 while receiving treatment at Texas Presbyterian Health Hospital.

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Our Opinion | October 16, 2014
Focus on tech, hands-on training good for students and employers
In today’s challenging job market, technical skills and real-world work experience can make a big difference. It’s also true that in this fast-changing market, many employers are looking for people with experience using the latest technology.

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