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Walton-owned parking lot hazardous

Open letter to Walton Supervisor Joseph M. Cetta: Mr. Cetta, For some time now the parking area behind Wayne Bank and in front of the Dollar General store has been in a general state of … more

Deaths from colorectal cancer decline, but not in younger people

Colorectal cancer is the second most common cause of cancer death in the U.S., but there has been improvement. Since 2005, deaths have dropped nearly 3% per year. However, the decreases are mainly … more

Condemnation of Memphis police

Having reviewed the video regarding Tyre Nichols in Memphis, Tennessee, I feel a personal and professional moral duty to condemn unlawful police conduct. As with the George Floyd case, I am issuing … more

Global and national disparity of wealth

Can everyone on Earth live as abundantly as the people of Delaware County live? Globally, accumulated wealth reached an all-time high of $416.3 trillion in 2020. How is this all-time galactic … more

Dirt Road Camp is NOT permitted

I was disappointed to see the “accusations” and “claims” made by Lockwood given prominence and credence in this paper.   My unique position as co-owner of a surprisingly … more

Outraged over no-vote on fire tower

On Monday, Feb. 13, after three members of the Friends of the Fire Tower Board (accompanied by dozens of supporters) presented strong supporting statements, the Delhi town council voted 3-2 against … more

Who will teach our leaders?

In the 1940’s Jack Behan was known for his dog training abilities because he trained dogs for the military in WWII. His training was the basis for what became to be   known as Obedience … more

Not happy with Bramley Mtn Fire Tower vote

Open letter to Delhi Supervisor Mark Tuthill and Councilmembers William "Bill" Cairns and Margaret "Peg" Baldwin: As a Delhi resident and tax payer for over 30 years, I would like to convey my deep dismay and dissatisfaction with your negative vote on the … more

NYC Watershed: gathering gold but scattering copper?

Nathaniel Hawthorne’s (1804-1864) idealistic story, “The Great Stone Face,” is rooted in a rural Franconia Notch, New Hampshire prophecy. According to legend, a stony mountainside … more

We need leaders with integrity!

Fully, over 71% of suburban New Yorkers, according to a recent Siena poll, have called on George Santos to resign. Also six New York Congressional Republicans, with the notable exception of … more

January is cervical cancer awareness month

It’s Cervical Cancer Awareness Month and the Cancer Services Program (CSP) of the Central Region wants to share some important and alarming information.   In New York, Black women are … more

Talk on the Street

Nearly 45% of Americans make New Year resolutions, according to statistics. The most common New Year resolutions are: to exercise more; lose weight; get organized; learn a new skill or hobby; live … more
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