Editorials
It has taken nearly three years for the president of Penn State University to speak up for Penn State University. Eric Barron, the newly installed president at Penn State, has done what the board of trustees failed to do three years ago before rolling (read more)
The Pennsylvania Game Commission has retreated wisely from a plan to restrict non-hunting access at state games lands. The commission's board this week backed away from a proposal to require hikers, bicyclists, horseback and snowmobile riders to obtain (read more)
The following was provided by the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association, of which The Review is a longtime member: PNA considers the establishment of Pennsylvania's Office of Open Records to be among the most important changes to Pennsylvania (read more)

Letters to the Editor
Support and vote for Dawn Close for Prothonotary EDITOR: I have been honored to serve as a Bradford County Auditor for 11 years and have greatly appreciated the confidence and encouragement from the voters in the County. Thank you for giving me the oppor (read more)
Bad idea EDITOR: The failure to parse highway, weather, topography and bridge restrictions by the contractor/owners of the Panda Generating plant should not be a reason to possibly damage a vital state highway bridge that transports about 5,000 vehicles (read more)
A topic for discussion EDITOR: Today I received an AARP Bulletin in the mail. In scanning through it, I found an article by T.R. Reid on the subject of Alzheimer's. In it he discusses the rising costs and the spiraling incidence of the ' (read more)
Panda shouldn't use river bridge to transport transformers EDITOR: I read with much concern the possibility that the bridge from Wysox to Asylum Township might be closed for a period of time for the use of Panda Liberty to haul two transformers from (read more)
The war on religion EDITOR: Anti-Semitism and the killing of Christians and Jews in the Middle East, Africa, and many other countries around the world has been on the rise for the last ten years, and there seems to be total silence in our nation's Capit (read more)
It's up to you EDITOR: Do you as a dairy farmer really think the margin insurance program will help you to manage your farm in a more efficient way? Well, let's look at it realistically. The Secretary of Agriculture has announced that slightly over 23,00 (read more)
Clearly unconstitutional EDITOR: We join the rest of the world in mourning the brave staff of the magazine Charlie Hebdo, gunned down by religious fanatics for defending freedom of the press. Meat industry fanatics in the U.S. have devis (read more)
Less is more EDITOR: Since the election, there has been a great deal of buzz about taxing natural gas development in our state. Given that our soon-to-be governor ran on this type of energy tax, the talk could become reality if our Republican leadership (read more)
A 'good Op-Ed page' EDITOR: Today, 1-8-15, I received a phone call from a dear friend - a Sylvania retiree who came to Towanda and worked with me back in 1954 - 60 years ago! He asked me if I had read an article in The Daily on the Opinion Page dealing w (read more)
Wolf HB1684! EDITOR: New governor-elect Wolf will soon be inaugurated into office. During his campaign he pledged many promises for Pennsylvania. Some of these promises such as: increase minimum wage, increase funding for public schools, protect public e (read more)