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Columns
October 5, 2019
The History...the breakdown

I attended a luncheon this past week and it was mentioned that probably 90% of Wayne County residents, especially of the millennium age, know ‘Jack Squat’ about Wayne County. For instance, Wayne County is named for American Revolutionary War hero and American statesman., General Anthony Wayne (AKA Mad Anthony) Wayne died in 1796 while on […]

September 28, 2019
Column: Newer Rules

This writer has a new streaming show called “Overtime” on Roc Sports Network. You can “like” Roc Sports Network on Facebook and catch the show Monday nights at 7. Longtime comic and political satirist, Bill Maher, has hosted a show called “Real Time” on HBO for well over a decade and not only has an […]

September 21, 2019
I love you honey, but...

On Tuesday night Wife Patti and myself went to see the musical La Cage aux Folles at GEVA Theater. Before the show we went to Kaino’s Greek Restaurant, located on the Genesee River at 284 Exchange Boulevard in Rochester. The restaurant bills itself as the Only Authentic Greek/Mediterranean Cuisine with some American Flare. Trust me, […]

September 17, 2019
Dramatic soybeans (9/8/19)

Soooo, what could I possibly write about soybeans? That innocuous little bean that has such an impact on our lives. Admit it, while growing up, did any of us know anything about soybeans? According to soybean history, they originated in China and in 2853 Emperor Sheng-Nung of China named five sacred plants – soybeans, rice, […]

September 17, 2019
Conscience

Play along with me here. Imagine a child, alone in a room, just standing there. Okay, now put that in the back of your mind and I will continue. These are some   Facebook notifications I have received recently. Why should we fund immigrant health care, while our veterans suffer with poor health care? Actually, […]

August 31, 2019
Column: Why Governor Andrew Cuomo is an idiot

Oh, let me count the ways... Anybody reading this column on a regular basis knows there are two top politicians I consider pure idiots. One is Republican President Donald Trump and the other is New York Democrat Governor Andrew Cuomo. Yes, there are many more idiots, but these two top the pile. This column however, […]

August 31, 2019
Column: Blame Game

Cue the blame! Cue the outrage! Cue the hyperbole! Andrew Luck, once can’t-miss NFL quarterback prospect, the man pegged to replace Peyton Manning, decided enough was enough, and at 29 years-old, called it quits. There have been some shocking retirements over the years. Jim Brown. Barry Sanders. Joe DiMaggio. Calvin Johnson. Prime of their careers. […]

July 27, 2019
Column: The Reunion

So I went to my 50th High School reunion a couple of weeks ago. To be honest, I really did not want to go, but Wife Patti kept pushing me as soon as the invites came over last year in preparation for the EVENT. I was only at Eastridge (in East Irondequoit) for two years, […]

June 22, 2019
Column: It is getting mighty scary out there

The police are frustrated beyond belief. Some big city agencies are already gearing up for the influx of warrants that will be hitting their desks over the upcoming months. Meanwhile everybody is waiting for the next hammer blows to come, in the form of extreme liberal laws that give criminals a pass. Unfortunately, the law […]

June 22, 2019
Column: Anniversaries to Forget

This past week, month, and looking ahead, Buffalo sports fans have reasons to mourn. They’re not new. Sure, the Bills and Sabres continue to reinvent themselves over time with creative ways to shoot themselves in either the spikes, the skates, or the Bruno Maglis. Though, how could you not pay any mind? This past Wednesday […]

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Grinnell, Neal D. 

SODUS: Age 57, passed away unexpectedly at home, on Wednesday May 11, 2022, with his wife by his side. He is survived by his loving wife, Donna whom he shared over 20 wonderful years with; son, Adam (Alexah) of Spencerport; mother, Marie Grinnell of Sodus; father, Lyle (Linda) Grinnell of Waterloo; sister, Linda (Charlie) Youngman […]

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Griffiths, Barbara R. 

WOLCOTT: Age 69, passed away peacefully Saturday, May 7,2022 at her home with her loving and supporting family by her side. Barbara was a great homemaker and cook. She was caring and loving, putting others above herself. She enjoyed traveling with her husband and family, girl time and bingo, crocket, and collection Indian memorabilia.  Barbara was […]

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