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Suicide Prevention Work Aims To Create Open Dialogue, Save Lives

America was shocked and saddened when news of Robin Williams’ death hit last month. The iconic actor and comedian that made his fame making others laugh sadly took his own life. Many questions arose following his death, and many counselors reminded...

November 12, 2014
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Domestic Violence Chronically Underreported

News of tragedy struck again this month when State Police investigated a case in which a woman was stabbed and later died in Cazenovia. Her alleged killer is a man with whom she was living. According to news reports, their two young boys were home...

November 8, 2014
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Local Agencies Work to Improve Literacy

In 1961, Ruth Colvin, a resident of Central New York, read an article in the newspaper claiming that more than 11,000 people in her town were unable to read. Shocked by this information, Ms. Colvin decided to take it upon herself to do something...

October 20, 2014
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Put Politics Aside And Pass Legislation That Promotes Women's Rights

As Election Day draws closer, campaigns often ratchet up their rhetoric. The governor's campaign is doing just that. The governor and his allies formed a political party to help advertise his support of a package of bills known as the Women's...

October 13, 2014
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Buying Local Assists Economy, Friends, and Local Tax Base

During the first week of September, the nation pauses to celebrate Labor Day. The holiday was created in the 1880s, and by 1894, Congress passed an act naming the first Monday in September officially as Labor Day. The holiday grew in popularity as...

August 28, 2014
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