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Jobs, Gates have made life easier

Sometimes it simply doesn’t pay to get outta bed. Tuesday was one of those days. As is customary, I reported to work at 8 a.m., started up my laptop and…

Time’s flying by again

Where is this year going? Just had a call from grandson Jayson wanting to know what the family plans are for Thanksgiving and Christmas this year. I haven’t even thought…

Occupying Wall Street

The media are ecstatic over the demonstrators sitting around the parks on Wall Street. They’re cheap to film, since they’re right in front of the headquarters of the major networks,…

No easy fix for County financial crisis

As we reported last, the County is struggling mightily to make sure revenues meet expenses. Board of Commissioners, so it seems, at every meeting, discuss ways in which to save…

Indian Summer?

I don’t know if what we have been enjoying qualifies as Indian Summer or not, but I like it. The weather this month so far has been more like August…

Walkin’ shoes

I don’t understand Barack Obama, and neither do you. To many of us he’s akin to a very likeable foreigner who speaks excellent English. I don’t mean he’s not an…

It’s time to throw in the towel on Motomania debate

Here we go again. The ongoing Motomania saga, makes me want to stick a finger up my throat and puke. I just don’t understand why Mostetler property owners won’t leave…

Color touring

Once again last weekend we wandered all around the north country on our annual fall “color tour.” It was a beautiful trip, totaling about 145 miles north from the camper…

Fall color tour time again

by Pat Maurer I’m not really sure where last month went. Wasn’t it just August? Well, October is really here now. Time to start thinking about football, witches and black…

Medical marijuana proponents bash column

by Mike Wilcox Editor in Chief/Owner The medical marijuana lobby has spoken, or should I say written. Last week’s “You and the Law” column, written by long time REVIEW contributing…