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It’s mud season; I can tell by the paw prints on the floor and the boots stacked in the mudroom. As winter drags on, and our newsfeeds clog up with impossibly bad news, it’s easy for us to stick our fingers in our ears, hunker down under a … more
Mike Sigler   It’s hard to imagine that someone would walk into a school, movie theater, workplace, church, concert venue and just start killing people and yet, we don’t have to imagine. It sparks a furious debate about … more
The year 2018 is just getting started, but it’s not too early to educate yourself on this year’s round of elections. If you think of election season as taking place when the leaves turn colors and football starts up in earnest, you are only … more
I was on the radio with Lee Rayburn recently and again an old adage came up, “Think globally, act locally.” Somewhere along the line I think this has been interpreted incorrectly. While I believe protest is a good thing for a society, without … more
Kathy Zahler   In 1991, the year I moved back to Tompkins County, Anita Hill challenged Clarence Thomas as he sat through Senate confirmation hearings for a seat on the Supreme Court. She accused him of sexual … more
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