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Col. Paul Bishop is the Commander of the Eastern Air Defense Sector. An Oriskany native and graduate of Oriskany High School, Col. Bishop has served in the New York Air National Guard since 1989 and … more
Litter remains a problem. Why anyone with an ounce of public consciousness would discard trash along roadsides and anywhere else outside designated locations is a mystery to the many who not only … more
Despite some progress and growth, we continue to see people leaving New York State. In fact, nearly 77,000 left the state between 2018 and 2019, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. The Empire Center … more
If you have driven along the Route 69 or Route 840 corridors, it is likely that amidst the dazzling red, orange and yellow autumn leaves of the Marcy hills you have seen them — massive cranes … more
New York State officials are decrying efforts by the U.S. Justice Department to expanded an inquiry that could determine whether New York is under counting coronavirus deaths among nursing home … more
Education in the best of times is a difficult proposition. Between high-stakes testing, state-mandated teacher and administrator assessments, insufficient state aid and outdated and rapidly changing … more
We applaud Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo and her staff, in particular City Treasurer David Nolan, for their efforts in crafting the city’s proposed $44.9 million 2021 budget. To their credit, the … more
California Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom announced that up to three households will be able to celebrate Thanksgiving together outside as long as participants wear masks and follow other safety … more
Notre Dame law professor Amy Coney Barrett set up a fascinating non-partisan litmus test that enticed others to reveal their beliefs about American institutions of government. Should a judge, A) set … more
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