The state Board of Regents was busy last week adopting a new set of standards to replace the beleaguered Common Core and adopting a new plan to evaluate schools with measures that go well beyond test scores.
The message was not constructive, but it was clear.
Rep. Elise Stefanik has staked her political career on her identity as the rare bipartisan politician in an increasingly partisan age.
When it comes to county supervisors spending taxpayer money, we are big fans of frugality.
Building a new access road to Warren County airport so that traffic flows faster during the balloon festival may be a great idea, but we object to the notion that the project is free, or nearly so, because the county is using its own crews to accomplish it.