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Hodgepodge

Bands Were Big! I have enjoyed the music from the “Big Band” era for many years. The “Big Band” era and the musical sound called “swing” began in the late 1930s. There were hundreds of popular big bands during that period in the 30s and 40s, and your parents and grandparents may have danced to(…)

In and Around Hannibal

By Rita Hooper Remember back in the 1980s when everyone was decorating their gardens with pet rocks? They were springing up everywhere, like May flowers after April showers.  Some of us wrote scripture verses on them to celebrate special occasions or words of encouragement to give to special people. Smaller ones were used for paperweights.(…)

Bodley Bulletins

By Julia Ludington The weather is finally getting warmer, and everyone is beginning to enjoy the sunshine! Summer is just around the corner. Last week, girls attending prom and senior dinner dance had a great chance to save quite a bit of money. On April 3, 4 and 5, there was a prom and senior(…)

View from the Assembly

By state Assemblyman Will Barclay The 2014-15 New York state budget passed again on time for the fourth year in a row and we kept state operating spending at under 2 percent growth. The $137.9 billion spending plan contains some good news for New Yorkers, but did fall short on other aspects. The budget restores(…)

State Senate Report

By state Sen. Patricia Ritchie Snow and cold aside, March is a “sweet” month. That’s because of “Maple Weekend,” an annual celebration held to promote New York’s maple industry. With 2.2 million taps, our state is the nation’s second largest maple producer (after Vermont) with plenty of room for growth. During this year’s Maple Weekend,(…)

Poetry Corner

Daffodils, by Jim Farfaglia I like them best when they appear in the ditches of rural roads, hugging the trunks of apple trees or lined up along neighborhood homes.   I like them best when they cluster, as if someone from down below broke through an endless winter to hand us a bouquet all aglow.(…)

Jerry’s Journal

I really can’t say what brought it on, this reminiscing/thanking/philosophizing I’m about to share with  you. Maybe it’s because spring has sprung (so we hope) and with it warm weather and April showers to make things grow again, and Easter and hope for a new day. I like to believe there’s always something to look(…)

Hodgepodge, by Roy Hodge

Born in a Grocery Store? When I was born, my parents lived in the house attached to the family’s Red & White Grocery Store in Syracuse’s Valley section, which is why I suppose, that during my early years I may have thought that I was born in a grocery store. I lived there with my(…)

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