I won’t have a vote in the Nov. 2 election about whether the City of DuBois and its surrounding Sandy Township should consolidate into one government. Since 2003, I have lived a half-hour’s drive west of DuBois and Sandy Township.

Each season in the fantasy football world comes a time where some weeks, more than others, are a struggle due to byes. It’s a rule of thumb that you should NOT build up your team with numerous people that have the same bye week unless, of course, you enjoy losing or throwing away a game for …

I read with interest – and no small amount of concern – Senator Cris Dush’s recent op-ed in this publication. It seems to me that the Senator is missing the point when he tries to reassure us all about the legislature’s need for our personal information to conduct an election audit, and that…

I can’t decide which was more fun last month: The visit with my son Greg to my daughter Natalie or the 2,700-mile round trip to South Dakota and back.

There are plenty of things that I missed in the 2020 NFL season that COVID-19 wreaked havoc on. Obviously, fans were a big thing there with players playing in empty stadiums and the TV networks funneling sound in to at least give you a partial feel as to what the game should be like.

Major League Baseball playoff games provide quite the atmosphere for fans. Sights, sounds, smells and much more all help orient the fan to the game taking place on the field. Could this aspect of Major League Baseball help shed light on the faith as well?

Recently, I read the craziest headline online. It said, “Geriatric Millennials have the most power in the workforce right now.”

Editor’s note: This column entitled “Hunting and Faith” seeks to connect two common avenues in the lives of thousands of people in Northwest Pennsylvania. Ben and Luke Daghir, Catholic seminarians studying for the Diocese of Erie, grew up hunting deer with their father, younger brother and e…