With two high-profile celebrities completing the act of suicide within a short span in recent weeks, the public consciousness has been raised to the epidemic of suicide and how even the most seemingly well-adjusted and successful individuals may be dealing with mental health issues that are never brought to light.
Vote in this important primary
A note to my fellow Democrats and would-be-Democrats about the upcoming New York primary for 19th Congressional District candidates on Tuesday, June 26:
Next Tuesday, June 26 is primary day for Democratic Congressional Candidates in New York.
I don’t mind telling you: back in January, when I got back to America from my yearlong sojourn to Europe, I was a mess, in many different ways.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo likes to say that New York is the most progressive state in the country. But when it comes to rules and regulations regarding voting, the state’s status can best be called archaic.
About Jeff Beals’ ‘progressivism’
Regarding the TRR story, “Jeff Beals Progressive Campaign,” in the June 6 issue.
Recently as I travelled through Pike County, I picked up a copy of your recent paper [June 7].
Some famous words come to mind as I follow ongoing research and policy relating to climate change: “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of light, it was the season of darkness, it was the spring
Years ago, when Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand was still relatively new to her Senate seat and her seat on the Agricultural Committee, she came to Sullivan County to address dairy issues. She asked at the time, “The Federal government sets the price of milk; why wouldn’t it set the price of milk above the price of production?”