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Columns
November 21, 2020
The story some don’t want told, but many do

This is one of those way-out marginal stories that should apparently never be written about, but is heavily discussed among Wayne County officials and those in the ‘know’. How does the Editor of the Times of Wayne County address allegations concerning Ken Miller, the Chairman of the Wayne County Board of Supervisors? On several occasions […]

November 14, 2020
The Great Flux

Look, this national division is nothing new. This country has been going through a flux for generations. Let me explain. Today, Democrats are seen as more liberal, Republicans as more conservative. Social consciousness is awakening big time. We have begun to understand more about racial, immigrant and male/female divisions and the effects they have on […]

November 7, 2020
Sounds like a good idea, ...but

Yes, no question the coronavirus has had an impact. Although most people in Wayne County have not been hit with the impact of many counties around the state and country, it is a safe bet there are many who have taken a hit in one way or another. The nightly news features people out of […]

October 30, 2020
The unusual happenstance of the court

Everybody in a tither about the recent vote to put Amy Coney Barrett on the Supreme Court. I am not one of them. Yes, the Republican hierarchy, led by Senator Mitch McConnell bulldozed the nomination through. Yes, Republicans, in general, ate their own words by doing so. “I want you to use my words against […]

October 24, 2020
Animals

Avid and even occasional readers of this column know I have three dogs and consider them part of the family, rather that labeling them ‘pets’. I probably talk and discuss world situations with them as much as with Wife Patti, but get better responses from... Anyway, did you ever imagine/remember as a kid, going to […]

October 17, 2020
The man behind the curtain

It is now 5:35 a.m. and I should be sleeping. Did you ever wake up in bed and a thought enters your mind and no matter how tired your body, your mind won’t let it go? I have been criticizing the current presidential administration for years in this column and on social media for its […]

October 10, 2020
Hard Talk..

or in this case...writing No pussy footing around. I am going to lay out just where I stand on...everything. I am a Lincoln Project Republican. I want less government and basically think President Trump is a horse’s ass. Actually along Lincoln Project Republicans and privately defecting other R’s in the privacy of the voting booth, […]

October 3, 2020
That Electoral College thing

A bit of history, mixed with a bit of reality. Let us return to unsanitary conditions, no air conditioning and thorny questions debated to and fro at the 1787 Constitutional Convention. Toilet paper was nonexistent and to make things worse the Founding Fathers (FF) had been debating for months. Some wanted the position of the […]

September 26, 2020
The Cat's out of the bag, the horse is out of the barn

The old cliché mill will really be activated for this column. In addition, this column will be longer than most, but for a reason. Please read... and think for a moment. I have a BS (Bachelor of Science, not Bull Shit) from Syracuse University. My minor was in history, including everything from Russian, American and […]

September 19, 2020
Fossil

Unless you claim genetics from another planet (and there are some in the current administration I believe are from Mars), climate change is...real. Floods, increased severe hurricanes/tornadoes, fires from droughts and crop destruction is a worldwide reality. This, in turn, creates problems in migration, economics and political upheaval. Over the past decade or more, large […]

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Recent Obituaries

Garlock, Florence A.

SODUS: Age 78, passed away Monday, November 23, 2020. Florence was predeceased by her husband, John “Jack” Vanderlinde and her siblings, Alma Leader, Frank Knights and Harry Knights. She is survived by her children, Debbie Fry, David (Mary Beth) Garlock and Mike (Amy) Belknap; siblings, Bert (Gene) Johnson, Clara Hodge, Tom (Karen) Knights and Phil […]

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Browne, Mabel “Mibb”

SODUS POINT: Mibb Browne passed away peacefully Thursday, November 19, 2020 from cancer. She was 81. Mibb was born in Rochester, NY. She graduated from Williamson Central School in 1957 and from the Rochester General Hospital School of Nursing in 1960 where she became a head nurse and was instrumental in developing the Intensive Care […]

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