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Teaching not so easy: Part 2
Stewart Denenberg has worked for more than 50 years in the federal government, private industry and in academia, and he can say without a doubt that he's never worked harder or been happier than working as a teacher.
In My Opinion: A tempest over temperature
The pool at the Wellness Center at PARC just isn't fun anymore, columnist Ken Wibecan writes.
The rights of crime victims
Guidance, help and financial aid are available to help people who are victims of crime, according to former District Attorney Penny Clute.
False arrest in 1960s has lasting impact
It was a warm summer evening, and Jean was not home, so Mort Perry and I walked into the nearby Greenwich Village bar to wait for her, columnist Ken Wibecan writes.
Teaching is not as easy a job as it looks
A few months ago I was invited to teach "Ethics and the Information Age," Stewart Denenberg writes.
Overcoming addiction takes time, support
Columnist Penny Clute recently attended the Drug Court graduation in City Court of a young woman who made changes she never imagined possible just a couple of years ago. And, Clute writes, she is not the only one who didn't foresee her turn-around.
Nature Conservancy, New York strike a deal
The relationship between usage and classification will be a big topic of discussion, outdoors columnist Dan Ladd writes.
The price of bronze
Dr. Jonathan Mulholland reflects on his time working with athletes at the Olympic Games in London, reveling in the experience while missing his family in Plattsburgh.
An Olympic athlete's life isn't all glory
Most of the time, says Plattsburgh chiropractor Dr. Jonathan Mulholland, their time revolves around sleeping, lifting weights, going to practice, eating bland food in ordinary restaurants and sitting around their hotel room.
Growing up in Brooklyn
Our family's move to Brooklyn in 1938 was an eye-opener in many ways, both positive and negative, Ken Wibecan writes.
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