Thursday’s news items, part 2 [Market House news & more] – 9/13/2018

Another case | Bullying led to youth suicide in York CountyFOX43-TV

Well? | “What about Medicare for all?”Time Goes By

Echoed | This letter-to-the-editor in today’s LNP – Always Lancaster

municipal brierfMunicipal brief in today’s LNP – Always Lancaster

borough notices

Lessons from hurricanes | Learned and unlearnedRoute Fifty

Lesson unlearned | $895 billion deficit: Thanks in large part to the Republican tax cuts passed in 2017, the U.S. deficit has grown $222 billion over the past year to $895 billion, according to the Congressional Budget Office. The deficit is on a course for $1 trillion by the end of the 2019 fiscal year. – Axios

police log

Columbia leads the POLICE LOG in today’s LNP – Always Lancaster [Have a look at the Columbia Police Department facebook page.]

The official time | all the time is at the US Government’s Website

Legal noticeDepartment of Conservation and Natural Resources Conservation and Natural Resources Advisory Meeting at Columbia CrossingLNP – Always Lancaster

trail closed

What is truth? | The above graphic is posted at a local facebook page. But there’s nothing to substantiate that at the TrailLink Website nor the Northwest Trail Website.

free at wendys

Say what!| “An author who wrote “How to Murder Your Husband” was arrested for allegedly murdering her husband. Nancy Crampton-Brophy, a writer who penned romance novels, murder mysteries, and a blog post titled “How to Murder Your Husband,” is now facing murder charges in Oregon for allegedly shooting Daniel C. Brophy. Her alleged motive was not made public, as the judge reportedly approved a request by prosecutors to seal key court documents.” – BuzzFeed news



  1. Great idea; a government/nonprofit collaboration to subsidize competition in the already overcrowded restaurant sector. If Columbia wants healthier food, they could start by publishing restaurant inspections.

  2. Perceptive perspective, Mr. D.

    Why would anyone in government care about the tax-paying private sector businesses?

    Heck, look at some of the food-serving, booze-serving social clubs, veterans clubs, fraternal clubs that mostly are not paying taxes. Heck, some of the veterans clubs are not even managed by veterans.

    Who cares? Not government, it seems.

    And non-transparent restaurant inspections? Only in the only municipality in Lancaster that inspects its own.

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