- Guest Column
Using death to reflect on life, love
I have spent so much of my life clinging to what is here, to what I have, that I have failed to acknowledge the ultimate and natural thinning of people and all things human, Mary White writes.
Community development has many faces
Efforts to improve the community are important, but the form that it takes is the topic of debate, according to columnist Paul Grasso.
The Law and You: Statutory rape
First-degree rape carries mandatory state prison time, writes former Clinton County District Attorney Penny Clute.
The Confederate flag blues
The sun was low in the sky. It was a typical August morning in the Adirondacks, columnist Ken Wibecan writes.
Negative aspects to Internet technology
Stewart Denenberg discusses some problems with technology that humans have become too attached to live without.
Vibrant community key to success
Culture, technology help retain young people and attract new talent, according to columnist Paul Grasso.
Distinctions between gratitude and indebtedness
People often overlook that "freely given" is the hallmark of volunteering, Mary White writes.
Some perceptions can be wrong
Surveys touting the best economic conditions in various areas often don't match the reality, according to columnist Paul Grasso.
The Law and You: Oct. 17, 2013
A first-time charge of DWI or driving while ability impaired by drugs, in the past a misdemeanor, is now hiked up to a felony if a child age 15 or younger is in the vehicle, warns columnist Penny Clute.
Neuroscience and the new assault on privacy
A recent news article claims scientists have achieved the first "mind-meld," however, Stewart Denenberg found a much more mundane but still potentially exciting slanton the story.
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