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Technology has become increasingly intertwined with the auto industry, as the recent semiconductor shortage has brought to light. The Detroit Three have had to halt production on numerous models for … more
For many people who have procrastinated, panic sets in during the middle of this month -— most years -- as they scramble to file their state and federal tax returns by the usual date of April 15. … more
A Brazilian pilot survived after his small plane crashed in the Amazon jungle. But that was the easy part. Surviving more than a month lost in some of the world’s most dense wilderness was the real … more
When a Georgia auto shop worker quit his job and demanded his final pay, his boss responded by having 500 pounds of greasy pennies dumped on the man’s driveway. Andreas Flaten quit his job as a … more
Most folks seemed to get the joke back in 1996 when Taco Bell published full-page ads in major U.S. newspapers announcing the company had purchased the Liberty Bell and was officially renaming it … more
Less than one-third of President Biden’s so-called “infrastructure” bill is directed at infrastructure as commonly understood. The rest is allocated either to pay off friends of the … more
Usually, they help us. They still want to help us. They are helping us. But they need help to keep helping us. Like everything else this past year, charities have been strained to the max by … more
Road rage is a relatively new term to describe a chronic occurrence. Under the best of circumstances, driving in traffic is stressful — frustrations escalate and tempers flare, and sometimes anger … more
According to experts, prevention is the best way to save lives in major fires. Major blazes occur in the fall, winter and early spring. That’s when people spend most of their time indoors and … more
The charges against Des Moines (Iowa) Register reporter Andrea Sahouri and her acquittal have been well documented by media all over the world, including AP stories that were published in the Daily … more
The Constitution states that the “Times, Places and Manner of holding Elections for Senators and Representatives, shall be prescribed in each State by the Legislature thereof.” Although the … more
March Madness has arrived, and amid all the hype and fun of collegiate basketball we want to turn the spotlight at least for a while on an upstate team whose play we enjoy. No, it’s not Syracuse, … more
This week the Washington Post acknowledged misrepresenting Donald Trump’s January phone conversation with Georgia election officials. The Post, along with other major TV networks, likely … more
From what we read in newspaper travel sections and see on TV commercials, Florida has sent a message to the rest of the country: We’re open for business. People experiencing COVID fatigue in … more
REMSEN — We wish the best of luck to the Garcia family and their plans to reopen the Remsen General Store that has been closed since 2018. It’s a major challenge to operate a small business … more
According to the Washington Examiner, the Biden administration is not COVID testing those swarming the border before they’re put on buses, trains, or planes for unspecified destinations across the … more
The county and Oneida Indian Nation should be applauded for working cooperatively in the battle against COVID-19. The two are partnering to host a COVID-19 vaccine distribution site — part of a … more
An unhappy anniversary soon will pop up on our calendars as a year with COVID rolls around. The ramifications have changed everything from our attire to our attitudes. We wear face masks, avoid … more
We were perusing some out-of-town newspapers and picked up this editorial tidbit that we thought might interest local readers too. The Press of Johnson City, Tenn., described a way to lower … more
A year ago, many states, including New York, threw a lifeline to struggling restaurants by temporarily allowing the sale of curbside cocktails. Rules varied. Alcohol sales can make or break … more
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