Season debut win | “Columbia wins opener for 1st time since 2013” – Lancaster Online
“what really interests ‘pro-lifers’?” | controlling women – The Guardian
A win for transparency | “Judge rules for LNP in coroner open-records case” – Lancaster Online
“I didn’t learn anything — only to survive.” | Most likely, everyone of us reflects, at some point, about our lives. Perhaps how lucky we are to be born in this country … to be living when we are and how we are. This Morning Call (Allentown, PA) article captured our attention this morning. It is a rather long read; it’s a first-person account of a 90 year-old war veteran. “German army veteran of World War II remembers the Eastern Front and his years as a POW in Soviet camps,” is a life story worth reading … a reminder, of sorts, of “there, but for the grace of God … .”
2020 cannot come fast enough. | That’s when Jeff Helm gets out of the food serving establishments inspection business. It the interim, Columbia has begun posting some of each month’s inspections at its Website.
Lancaster County’s (except Columbia’s) inspections for August 23 at Lancaster Online. Oh, no. Damning results for some establishments that should be a lot better than this week’s inspection.
Click here to go to the state’s Website of inspections … and the listing of the violations at each location. The statewide directory lists inspections for all municipalities in York County and Lancaster County.
Posting the monthly inspections is a display of a purposeful act of transparency.
tit for tat | “China announces tariff hike on $75 billion of US products” – WITF
Big deal event; small river | “Nearly 30,000 people expected to attend RiverFest in Muhlenberg Township this weekend“ – WFMZ-TV69