Category: Viewpoints

Editorial – 05/26/2017

Freedom in your memory By JOSHUA THOMAS C-S-E Editor Our country wouldn’t be what it is without the men and women who’ve made the ultimate sacrifice in its name, fighting to defend its honor, and the continued freedom that...

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Editorial – 05/19/2017

Safe in your sphere By JOSHUA THOMAS C-S-E Editor To say it must’ve been incredibly painful for Amy Stock’s family to go through the process of creating a memorial trailer in her name, I assume, is an understatement. I’m...

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Editorial – 05/12/2017

The ever-present mother By JOSHUA THOMAS C-S-E Editor This week, I was watching a new episode of Dr. Phil, as I do and always have every day, and one of his guests was the daughter of a neglectful mother whose choice to ignore...

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Editorial – 05/05/2017

The peoples’ power By JOSHUA THOMAS C-S-E Editor Local school board elections and budget votes, coming up on May 16, are important for a variety of reasons, but mostly because there’s a direct and undeniable correlation between...

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Editorial – 04/28/2017

Our river By JOSHUA THOMAS C-S-E Editor It’s a very cool thing that the quarterly board meeting of the Erie Canal National Heritage Corridor was held in the Great Room of the Arkell Museum Wednesday morning. And, for a variety...

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Cleaning our communities

By JOSHUA THOMAS C-S-E Editor I want to take a moment to issue appreciation to the people organizing and participating in this weekend’s local and countywide Canal Cleanup efforts, because there’s no more noble a cause than to...

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Editorial – 04/14/2017

All about the egg By JOSHUA THOMAS C-S-E Editor Because it’s only days away, I’ve been reading a lot about Easter. Growing up, I received a mixed education about the worldwide holiday. In my home, we celebrated in what I’d...

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Editorial – 04/07/2017

Every Easter By JOSHUA THOMAS C-S-E Editor It seems like I’m barely ever done immersing myself in the last holiday’s nostalgia by the time the next one rolls around. Viewed through an adult perspective, childhood memories morph,...

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