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Editor’s note: The following piece was submitted by Congressman Anthony Brindisi in response to an op-ed by Claudia Tenney entitled “Tenney: Cheap politics let Spectrum off the hook for shoddy service” published in the Friday, Aug. 7 edition of The Palladium-Times.

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If you happen to be in Kingston, Ontario on any given non-pandemic weekend summer day and drop by the Kingston Brewing Company at happy hour, don’t be surprised if you bump into one of Oswego’s leading couples of music and song: Redd and Sue Swindells. It is one of their all time favorite ha…

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Editor’s note: The following is a selection of reader feedback received regarding Oswego County Sheriff Don Hilton. To submit a letter to the editor, email editor@palltimes.com or write us at 140 W. 1st St., Oswego.

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Government overreach has been a hallmark of Gov. Cuomo’s time in office, but his recent dictates surrounding forced-food purchases at bars have crossed a new line. Surely the governor has more pressing things to address—the state budget was ravaged by the COVID-19 pandemic, virus-related nur…

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I’m a sucker for milestones, and this column is one. When I was looking for something to fill the void in my life when I retired from teaching back in 2012, I begged my way onto the pages of The Palladium-Times twice a month. I never imagined that I would still be writing eight years, and 20…

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Editor's note: In the version of this letter printed in the July 16 edition of The Palladium-Times, the author uses an offensive term for the novel coronavirus COVID-19. Upon reflection, we acknowledge our publication of this term was inappropriate and incompatible with the Pall-Times' guide…

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Like the rest of the country, I was stunned and in disbelief as I watched the television broadcasts and read the accounts about the attacks on journalists covering the protests over George Floyd, a black man, who died in police custody in Minneapolis, Minn. on May 25. From Los Angeles to New…

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Before there were massive chain drug stores and Big Pharma, there were little, mom-and-pop, locally owned and operated pharmacies. They filled your prescriptions, gave you friendly advice on drug interaction and took personal care of the needs of many a family.

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In less than a heartbeat, our national focus has gone from sequestering from a deadly virus to mass social protest, accompanied by some looting and lawlessness. I can’t help a sense of history repeating.

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OSWEGO — A rapid-fire series of communications this week from the campaigns of local congressional candidates provided an inside look at the strategies each are likely to deploy in the upcoming election.