Harding becomes first woman on commissioner board; Long wins City Mayor race

The Municipal Election held on Tuesday, November 5, saw many local offices up for grabs in Clinton County. While some individuals ran unopposed, there were a handful of seats that were contentious up until the last votes were tallied. By the end of the night, it was clear there were changes in store for Clinton […]

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What to expect at the polls on November 5

The 2019 Municipal Election will be held on Tuesday, November 5, and being prepared for what to expect can make the process a lot smoother. Those 18 and older and who have registered to vote by October 7, 2019, are eligible to cast ballots in November. (To register to vote online, change your address, or […]

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Clinton County Democrats’ Fall Picnic is Sept. 12

Reservations due by Sept. 6 The Clinton County Democratic Committee’s Annual Fall Picnic will be held on Thursday, September 12. All county Democrats and those wishing to learn more about the local party are invited to attend. The event will feature a social hour and live entertainment from 5-6 p.m., followed by a picnic style dinner […]

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What to expect at the polls on May 21

May 21, 2019, is not just a typical Primary Election where voters’ ballots determine which candidates will move on to the November General Election. May 21 is also a Special Election where voters will select the next U.S. Congressman to represent the 12th Congressional District. Marc Friedenberg is the Democratic nominee to replace Tom Marino […]

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Letter to the Editor: The People

By Dan Reeder I write this letter to weigh in on a recent Letter to the Editor that cited the Preamble to the United States Constitution, “We the people.”  I agree with the incredible significance of this seemingly simple statement but would hasten to point out that the current occupant of the Oval Office lost […]

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12th Congressional District debates set for April 12 and May 2

Two debates have been scheduled for candidates seeking the 12th Congressional District seat in the May 21 Special Election. Penn State professor and lawyer Marc Friedenberg, the Democratic nominee for the position, will have an opportunity to express his views to the public, while drawing a distinction between himself and his opposition, state Rep. Fred […]

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