Editorials
Uncle Sam is a shopaholic, the world's most prolific buyer of goods and services. Every year, the federal government spends between $350 billion and $500 billion on procurement. Unfortunately, according to a new report by the International Corporate Acc (read more)
Like every state in the Northeast, Pennsylvania has been in the throes of a opiate drug epidemic for several years. But unlike those other states, the commonwealth has not yet allowed emergency personnel a key tool that they could use to prevent overdos (read more)
Flooding is the most common natural disaster in the United States and its costs are enormous. Every state experiences at least one flood a year on average. From Oct. 1, 2012 through Sept. 30, 2013, flooding killed 82 Americans and caused $2.15 billion i (read more)

Letters to the Editor
Thanks, Joe EDITOR: A big thank you to Joe Doherty for all he has done to get the Bradford County Veteran's Park constructed. Also, for all the tasks I have given Joe. I can't name them all - some are a real challenge, if not impossible, but Joe took th (read more)
RE: James E Causey - 'The dissing of a President' dated July 10, 2014 EDITOR'S NOTE: The following letter responds to an editorial column The Review published in July by McClatchy News Service columnist James E. Causey. EDITOR: Two Thumbs Down…….May (read more)
Impatient for results EDITOR: Anguish accomplishes nothing. I am impatient for results. The fatal accident in Troy on Wednesday, has a clear cause that should have been foreseen. Oversight in the permitting process prior to the construction of a D (read more)
More gun laws are not the answer EDITOR: The title of an editorial in the Sept. 3, 2014 issue of The Daily Review ("A little common sense would have prevented Uzi tragedy" by Dan K. Thomasson) actually makes a lot of sense. Another tragic death occurred, (read more)
Hope? EDITOR: 30 years ago, we had Ronald Reagan, Johnny Cash and Bob Hope. Today, we have Barack Obama, No Cash and No Hope! Obama's success as a community organizer is legendary, largely based on governmental grants. His recent conceptual ideology d (read more)
'Maybe half a loaf is better than no loaf?' EDITOR: How disappointing and frustrating it is to read in a local newspaper comments made by Senator Gene Yaw about myself and this Board of Commissioners in his attempt at "setting the record straight" as h (read more)
A necessity for decorum EDITOR: When we elect public officials: The president, governor, federal or state representatives, senators, county commissioners, school board members or even dog catchers, the members of society they serve expect and should dem (read more)
It's all 'Geek' EDITOR: I can not understand why all of the erudite souls in Bradford County's library systems have come up with the term 'Geek', instead of 'love', to express their attachment to their libraries. I realize that I am not well educated h (read more)
More on Watergate EDITOR: In response to the recent letter to the editor and for the benefit of the young readers who may not be familiar with the President Richard M. Nixon and the Watergate break in, let me take issue with David J. Brann's statement, (read more)
Letter to the Editor EDITOR: I want to express my thoughts regarding two of the commissioners' decisions to terminate Bradford County's membership in the Endless Mountain's Visitor's Bureau (EMVB). Ironically, Mr. McLinko voted against the implementation (read more)