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Columns
June 20, 2020
Column: Fathers Day Thanks

Dear Dad, Every year it seems I write about you in some form at this time. On the 25th, you will have been gone for 13 years. And I miss ya. But this past week, there is one thing I realized that I never thanked you for, for which I could never thank you enough: […]

June 19, 2020
I should have called police

It was a bit amateurish at best, but considering the COVID19 thing and unable to get a haircut, I decided to let Wife Patti cut my golden locks. How difficult can it be to trim your beloved’s hair? Besides, I could save $20 bucks and a trip to the hair stylist, even after the reopening […]

June 12, 2020
Haste means waste, and a whole lot of stupidity

Here we go again. Yes, the demonstrations following the death of George Floyd, showed millions of people hitting the streets around the world. Unfortunately, it only takes a few elements of a peaceful walk, engaging in violence, to turn a demonstration into a riot. Looting, burning neighborhoods, overturning police vehicles in their paths, then leads […]

June 9, 2020
Turmoil

Yes, it was a week of turmoil and troubles for America and no amount of denial will prevail. We are a racist society. There are those who deny any form of personal racism, but one must really dig deep for the truth. We transcend bigotry by substituting the word ‘nigger’ with “N-word”  and suddenly feel […]

June 6, 2020
Column: You May Hate It, But...

Anybody got a match? Oh, too late. Yes, even the best country in the world, one that people still risk their lives to reach, has its bad days, bad weeks, bad months, and perhaps, bad years. Two weeks ago, it couldn’t get any worse, right? Ha! There’s a lot of information out there, but it’s […]

December 29, 2019
Column: The State of Journalism in 2020

I was saddened to learn the Sun & Record’s last print edition was this past Thursday, December 26. According to Sun & Record/Wayne County Mail Managing Editor, John Addyman, the Thursday edition of the paper calls an end to 143 years for the paper, under several name and ownership changes. So, why would I be […]

December 22, 2019
Column: How things are changing

After a year of Albany bullshit, things will be changing a bit in the Law & Order section of this paper. It is already more difficult to get mug shots, due to our very stupid governor and legislature and it will most assuredly result in changes to the overall police agency reporting. Over the next […]

December 21, 2019
How things are Changing

After a year of Albany bullshit, things will be changing a bit in the Law & Order section of this paper. It is already more difficult to get mug shots, due to our very stupid governor and legislature and it will most assuredly result in changes to the overall police agency reporting. Over the next […]

December 14, 2019
Column: Does money talk?

You betcha! I find it amazing how a number of Democrats in Congress have not jumped onboard with their fellow Dems in the howl for impeachment of President Donald Trump. Either they believe there is not enough evidence to move forward, or... Oh, no, wait, they all are in districts where Trump won in the […]

November 23, 2019
Column: Hey, wake up and smell the roses

You already know I have a bitter taste about President Trump. Besides being an extensive liar and cheat, he has all but ruined alliances and eventually the economy. Much like dictators of the past, Trump used public frustrations to gain power and has lead the trail of confusion and finger pointing to bolster his followers […]

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Cantin, Violet

WEBSTER: Friday, February 26, 2021, age 95. Predeceased by her first husband, Walter Youngman; son, Daniel Youngman. She leaves her husband, Gerard; children, Pamela Shannon of Arcade, Janice Shaffer of Palmyra; daughter-in-law, Debbie Youngman; grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Services are at the convenience of the family. Willard H. Scott Funeral Home

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Santelli, Alfred

LYONS: Alfred Santelli 64 , died unexpectedly on Feb. 19, 2021. There will be no prior calling hours. Services and burial will be at South Lyons Cemetery at the convenience of the family. Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of one’s choice. Alfred was born in Lyons, NY, on Dec. 16, 1956, to […]

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