Tuesday, May 3, 2016
     

Bands of showers will continue moving across the area this morning. Some of the rain may be briefly moderate or heavy with a tenth of an inch to a quarter of an inch in an hour’s time.

The forecast from the National Weather Service:
Today: Showers, mainly before 11am. High near 58. Northeast wind 3 to 6 mph. Chance of precipitation is 80%. New precipitation amounts between a tenth and quarter of an inch possible.

I have a problem overthinking everything that leaves me with the words. “I just don’t get it,” stuck in my head.

Let’s start with former heavyweight boxing champion, Mike Tyson. Years ago he was convicted of raping a beauty pageant contestant. Then he viciously assaulted his Robin Givens, his wife at the time

Later, he was a guest on “The View,” a popular daytime women’s talk show where he blamed his violent behavior against women on his upbringing and influences from evil people.

The bison could soon become the national mammal of the United States. Lawmakers called the bison the embodiment of American strength and resilience and said it reflects the nation’s pioneer spirit. AP Photo/Matthew Brown

There are few things that politicians can agree on these days.

Partisan politics run rampant in the halls of the divided Congress and the president’s lame-duck last year in office has produced little in the way of bipartisan legislation. Party infighting has made this a very divisive presidential election season.

The chasm is wide when it comes to party ideology, but there is one cause that both Republicans and Democrats have been able to unite and rally behind. Last week both the House and Senate approved a bill that designates the bison as the national mammal.

rt has no boundaries, a concept even easier to understand thanks to the Internet.

In 2006, four friends living in the Los Angeles area decided the far reaches of the Internet made it unnecessary to deal with media moguls to share their art, poetry, music and films with the public. They left Los Angeles on a 4,000-mile trek by foot, to promote peace, love and self-expression through their various art interests. One of those four, Kevin Smith II, is now living in Tamaqua.

Delano Township

Norman J. Cunningham to Marie M. Cunningham: Property at 0 Industrial Park, $1.

Norman J. Cunningham to Marie M. Cunningham: Property at 144 Lakeside Drive, $1.

Norman J. Cunningham to Marie M. Cunningham: Property at 48 Walnut St., $1.

East Brunswick Township

Tammy L. Waite to Samuel K. Miller: Property at 160 Hillside Lane, $149,000.

Kline Township

Walter Trela and Janet Trela to Kelly A. Faisetty: Property at 8 James St., $1.

James Davis III to Matthew R. Stania and Nicole Stania: Property at 13 Fourth St., $100,000...