Elise Stefanik has gotten a lot of attention in recent days for her behavior on the Intelligence Committee, but it's an open question whether her constituents appreciate it.
Ken Tingley is Editor of The Post-Star in Glens Falls, N.Y. and writes a regular blog called "The Front Page." He can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Football is part of the fabric of life in many of our country's communities, but the danger it poses to developing brains is giving pause to parents and players.
The news media has been taking a beating in recent years. But people like Mary Miller of the New York News Publishers Association is giving newspaper editors hope. Miller is the cavalry when it comes to fighting take news.
Ken Tingley will be talking with Mary Miller about her program to combat fake news in his Sunday column. Here is short outtake on what Miller is doing and what she sees in the media landscape.
Rep. Elise Stefanik is making the case that politicians are responsible enough to be truthful in their political advertising. Yet, her own track record in that regard has been spott.
Voter turnout in Warren County was generally around 25 percent on Tuesday.
The towns of Thurman and Hague were the only two towns with a turnout over 50 percent. Thurman saw 453 of its 799 (56.7%) registered voters go to the polls during a contentious supervisor race, while Hague saw 305 of its 590 registered voters (51.7%) turn out as Edna Frasier won another term as supervisor.
Election Day is upon us again, but the local elections draw less than half of us to the polls, even though there is more of a chance that our votes will make more of a difference.