May 27, 2010 RSS feed / Editorials

Corruption in State Senate Hurts New Yorkers

As an Assemblyman in the super-minority, it was never my intent to become part of the club. I went to Albany to make a difference, not to find new golf partners. More...

Courier Archives

88 Years Ago 2 May 26, 1922

Rev. Empleton Makes Apology for Injuring Lake Mahopac Says Affidavit Against Slander Was Made Simply to Defend Himself. To the Editor: More...

The Ideal of Freedom, Paid for in Blood

On Memorial Day, we remember both our fallen warriors and the ideas that they championed

Identity, whether personal, cultural, or national, cannot be maintained without memory: By forgetting what came before, we lose sight of who we are. More...

“In Flanders Fields ... ”

Canadian poet John McCrae wrote the famed poem “In Flanders Fields,” after his experience as a field surgeon at the Second Battle of Ypres in 1915. More...

Remembering Sacrifices, Protecting Our Veterans

On Memorial Day we pause to remember the men and women who gave their lives in service to our country. More...

Memorial Day & Red Paper Poppies

‘I Remember When’

Have you forgotten that Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, is More...

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Weekly Quotation

“What is written is written and the finger of time having writ moves on.” ~The Cold Spring Recorder, Dec. 10, 1937