Flag Day

Marlborough’s American Legion Vieby-Sutton Post 124 recently celebrated its 100th anniversary with a picnic at Cluett Schantz Memorial Park. The celebration concluded with a flag retirement …

Pro-life movement is alive and well

The pro-life movement is alive and well! Through our efforts, Louisiana, Alabama, and Nebraska have some of the strictest abortion laws. The momentum has started. Yet this is only a start. If we …

Flag Day

The United States flag, symbol of our liberty and freedom, was officially adopted by our country on June 14, 1777. Next Friday, June 14 is Flag Day; please fly your flag that day to celebrate …

Memorial Day brings memories of Eugene Williams, Doron Chan and Michael Oremus

Way back in 2005 the United States invaded Iraq. In Highland I was part of a prayer group for Eugene Williams and his brother Eric Williams. Eugene had reenlisted in the Army when he found that the …

A Pure Miracle

The son of tenant farming parents in west-central Indiana, Ernie Pyle became history’s greatest war correspondent. When Pyle was killed by a Japanese machine gun bullet on the tiny Pacific …

Boot camp

It is not too often that you find a fitness and wellness professional who makes both a short- and long-term investment toward making a positive and impactful difference in the lives of their clients. …

What is Congress doing?

Last month during a visit to Laredo, Texas a reporter met with Joel Martinez, deputy chief of the Border Patrol for the Laredo sector. The Deputy Chief said “The Laredo sector is unique …

Day of remembering

A beautiful service was held at the New Windsor Cantonment, Sun. 5/26, to honor those stories of war and military service that we tend to ignore and want to forget. It called us to remember that 22 …

Highland lost 16 GIs in World War II

The headline on the May 31, 1945 Highland Post, which came out a day after Memorial Day was “They Die - - That We May Be Free.” On the front page was the photos of all of the 16 …

Ernie Pyle works on an article while visiting the Anzio Beachhead, March 18, 1944.

A long thin line of personal anguish

The son of tenant farming parents in west-central Indiana, Ernie Pyle became history’s greatest war correspondent. When Pyle was killed by a Japanese machine gun bullet on the tiny Pacific …

Democracy or Monarchy?

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s report, covering the investigation of Trump’s 2016 Presidential campaign along with Russian meddling in the election, leaves questions unanswered. This …

Marlboro and Highland got passing grades

According to the US News and World Report Marlboro and Highland High Schools have better than passing grades. Out of 1,204 high schools in New York State, Marlboro ranked 377th, and Highland, 442. …

The horrible waste of war

The son of tenant farming parents in west-central Indiana, Ernie Pyle became history’s greatest war correspondent. When Pyle was killed by a Japanese machine gun bullet on the tiny Pacific …

It’s the same party

As we get closer to local elections, I’ve talked to a number of people who see a way to disconnect local politics from national politics, but I am unable to make that separation. This …

UN report on species extinction

According to the latest UN Report, over a million species will go extinct in a few decades. The term “ecosystem services” is often used to describe the benefits that we receive from the …

Study shows Medicare recipients do better

A study comparing what Medicare patients and people who purchase private health plans show that hospitals and other health providers charge in many cases two and a half times what the private health …