Saturday, November 22, 2014
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Do you believe the report that Joe Paterno was part of 14-year cover-up of child abuse at Penn State?

READER POLL

Do you believe the report that Joe Paterno was part of 14-year cover-up of child abuse at Penn State?

Yes, sad, but trust that former FBI director's inquiry was exhaustive
 
  1493 (54.8%)
No, family says Joe didn't know details on Jerry Sandusky's crimes
 
  121 (4.4%)
Yes, it was all about preserving the JoePa legacy
 
  1000 (36.7%)
No, grand jury would have indicted him, if so
 
  200 (7.3%)
Total votes = 2724
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Letters to the Editor
ISSUE | SCHOOLS Seeking the middle As a parent of two children in Cheltenham schools, I share the concerns expressed about Superintendent Natalie Thomas, but I am more disturbed by the depiction of our schools ("Storm over Cheltenham schools chief," Nov. 16). Cheltenham reflects the two public education systems in this country: one that excels, another that struggles.
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