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I was glad to see that Jeff Wasden believes that facts and science should drive the debate over fracking that is currently going on in Colorado and around the country. However, his facts deserve a closer look. more
In casual golf outings when we shank our first shot into the lake and reach back into our bag for another ball to tee it up one more time, we call that shot a mulligan. And many times that second ball is just as bad as the first; however, there are those times when that mulligan works out extremely well and puts us safely back in play. more
Does negative political campaigning affect me? No, not at all. My opinions about politics and politicians "can't get no worse." Negative campaigning makes me lose faith and trust and interest in the nominees. It makes me wonder who is telling the truth, because accusations are made and candidates brag about things they may or may not have done or said. more
I frequently run into people who think they know how libraries operate and what we do. But when I dig a little deeper, I realize that many do not understand how we are funded, and how we are governed. I have to admit, before I started working in libraries, I only had a vague understanding myself. Let me provide you here with Library Governance 101. more
Attorney Ken Geddes grew up in Victor during the ‘30s and ‘40s. His parents owned and published the Time Record from 1941 to 1951. Talking with Geddes a few years ago, the conversation … more
A Houston family adopted a black Labrador three years ago, knowing he had terminal cancer. The Roberts family gave Duke the best three years a dog could have. And they made his final day a dog's … more
So 2,000 miles, 28 hours of driving time, more than 200 songs, a couple of bags of Big League Chew bubble gum, a bag of sunflower seeds, several waters, a few milkshakes and fast food burgers, and at … more
The massive oak bends over a small gray home on the corner of a quiet Long Island street, its strong, leafy branches casting cool shade over friends and family gathering in the yard. Small … more
It is the most horrible story I have ever had to tell, I think. Until now, I have tried to forget it ever happened. Don’t even know why I’m even trying to get it out now, except maybe it will … more
The new Elbert School building is complete, and the old school has been demolished to make room for a parking lot. Which reminds me of a song that includes the lyrics: "Pave paradise, put up a parking lot." In this case, however, the new school is a paradise compared to the 1930s-to-1970s-era school building that was in desperate need of a makeover. more
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