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Social media can provide endless support for advertising, but they have zero support for glitches like the password issue.

Kymberly Foster Seabolt reflects on the great social media outage of Oct. 4, 2021, and society's dependency on these platforms.

Kym Seabolt reflects on the criticism people in the public eye face for their appearance.

Judith Sutherland reconnects with a fast friend she made at church camp during her childhood.

Kym Seabolt explains why she was banned from social media for banned for "bullying, hate speech or otherwise violating community standards."

The Ports have been farming in Clarion County since the 1860s. Each generation does it a little differently. Today it's John-Scott's turn to take the reins.

Learn how to use Facebook event listings, ads and boosted posts to attract attendees to your fall farm event.

Editor-in-chief Rebecca Miller ponders how social media has impacted farmers and influenced the way they network — both positively and negatively.

Kymberly Foster Seabolt might not know the royals like others do, but she's always happy to see history in the making.

Although social media allows us the privilege of expressing our personal emotions, it also provides the opportunity to distort the information.