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November 16, 2006
On this holiday, we take time to recognize those things for which we are thankful. But tell us about those things for which you would be thankful if they occurred. Send your thoughts in 200 words or less by Monday to Readers Editor, The Inquirer, Box 41705, Philadelphia 19101; Fax: 215-854-4483. E-mail metroletters@phillynews.com. Please put "Thanksgiving" in the subject line.
NEWS
November 29, 2012
Last year, it was Sister Mary Scullion, Philadelphia's tireless advocate for the homeless. Who should be The Inquirer's 2012 Citizen of the Year? Nominate someone who helped the city, state, or nation in an effective, creative way. E-mail a brief description of his or her achievements to kboyer@phillynews.com , with "Citizen" in the subject line. Or mail it to Citizen of the Year, The Inquirer, 801 Market St., Suite 300, Philadelphia 19107. The deadline is Dec. 7.
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NEWS
April 7, 2016
LAST WEEK, a series of emails distributed among Republican lawmakers strategizing about the next budget cycle was obtained by the Inquirer, and included some eyebrow-raising responses among its members. One in particular, from Rep. Brad Roae (Crawford County) suggested cutting education grants to students who have the temerity to study poetry instead of how to get jobs at Walmart. This latest flap is only the latest - we're in Year 2, after all, in a series of stomach-turning revelations that state officials and Pennsylvania Supreme Court judges were exchanging pornographic and racist emails.
TRAVEL
July 22, 2013
Did a travel experience move you, change you, give you a new take on life or just great memories? Tell us how, in 500 words or fewer. And send us a photo, with caption information. Include a daytime phone number. If we publish your piece, we'll pay you $25. You can e-mail your story to: inquirer.travel@phillynews.com . Please put "Personal Journey" in the subject line. ( Response volume prohibits our returning or acknowledging your manuscripts or photos.
SPORTS
February 12, 2013 | By Rich Hofmann, Daily News Staff Writer
THE PATERNO FAMILY has offered its rebuttal, all legal-looking and footnoted and serious. It identifies some flaws in the investigation commissioned by Penn State and carried out by Louis Freeh, and it attempts to invent some others. There are no new facts here, only new arguments. The result is uneven and unpersuasive. The circumstances have always been complicated, but the defining issue has been relatively simple. We can argue about what Paterno and the rest did in 2001 when confronted with the allegation that former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky showered with a boy in a university locker room.
NEWS
December 6, 2012
Last year, it was Sister Mary Scullion, Philadelphia's tireless advocate for the homeless. Who should be The Inquirer's 2012 Citizen of the Year? Nominate someone who helped the city, state, or nation in an effective, creative way. E-mail a brief description of his or her achievements to kboyer@phillynews.com , with "Citizen" in the subject line. Or mail it to Citizen of the Year, The Inquirer, 801 Market St., Suite 300, Philadelphia 19107. The deadline is Dec. 7.
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