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With too few drivers to run all of its routes, Cortland Transit made a tough choice recently and temporarily suspended its single rural route, Route 5, which swings through Marathon and …

Privileged few don’t pay the price To the Editor: Regarding the Cortland Standard editorial on “The price of freedom” (May 17), we add to the authors’ remarks some …

Art changes lives. It heals, inspires and gives comfort. It titillates, frightens and enrages. Art can show you a new way of looking at the world, or make you feel less alone. Art is transformational …

Solar story, continued To the Editor: Chapter Three,. It’s not the people, it’s the process, and the process is tainted. Why are solar installations not proposed for the …

We can think of few things more likely to plant a giant knot of tension in a parent’s stomach than being unable to feed one’s child. But that’s what parents across America, and …

We write editorials in the wake of national tragedies all too often. Frankly, it gets repetitive. We write about our support of sensible gun control legislation; we grieve with the victims and …

Offended by advertisements To the Editor: In his recent column, Managing Editor Todd McAdam explained that, other than letters to the editor, opinion messages need to come paid through ads. He …

Gas prices go up for big weekends To the Editor: As sure as the robin is a harbinger of spring, so too are rising gas prices in Cortland a sign that it is either college graduation, …

Tompkins Cortland Community College announced last week the hiring of Amy Kremenek as its next president. Kremenek replaces Orinthia Montague, who served as president for four years before leaving …

Gillette, Debo bring perspective To the Editor: I am writing in support of Dryden Board of Education candidates Peaches Gillette and Leslie Debo. Peaches and Leslie will bring a much needed …

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