- Chip Minemyer
Quiet moment to remember after the crowds move away
To me, the story of United Flight 93 is as moving and inspiring as any tale the greatest writers of history could ever devise, or that the brightest minds in Hollywood could produce.
Labor of love: Local pastor ‘out there all the time’
For the Rev. Charles Zimmerman, every day is Labor Day.
Quake quirks, quibbles and quid pro quo
The Great East Coast Earthquake – as Tuesday’s seismic incident may some day be called – thankfully fell well short of a catastrophe.
Ironic moment illustrates value of cooperation
Before she served as a leader in the state Republican Party, Eileen Melvin was an economic-development consultant.
Pull the weeds and ditch the indifference
It seems the Summer of 2011 is the summer of weeds.
Rendell: Flight 93 National Memorial both tribute and reminder
Ed Rendell was not governor of Pennsylvania when hijacked United Flight 93 crashed near Shanksville on Sept. 11, 2001, killing the 40 passengers and crew members aboard that plane on a day of terrorism and national tragedy.
Essays spotlight special AAABA memories
We’ve been hosting a AAABA tournament essay contest since 2005, and each year the entries remind me how much this event means to people of our region.
As the song says – hot, hot, hot
In the spirit of the late Gene Rayburn of “Match Game” fame: How hot is it?
CHIP MINEMYER | As money woes grow, the king's throne wobbles
Despite the ethical shortcomings of his com-pany, it will be economics that brings down media giant Rupert Murdoch.
Newsman returns home to Central City for final time
I met Pat Boland when we were both young journalists years ago in State College.
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