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Now that Katko has come to conclusion that this is the right time for him to finish up his career in Congress, we hope he feels free to again publicly fight for the future of his party — and the country.

When President Joe Biden recalled his old friend Sen. Strom Thurmond and the former segregationist's record-setting filibuster against the 1957 Civil Rights Act, my mind flashed back to 1987, when Thurmond, who died in 2003 at 100, schooled me about his feat.

I am writing this letter in response to The Citizen Dec. 28 article "Potential solution to Auburn bar dispute moves forward at ZBA." I believe this proposal is flawed and would destroy a significantly historical site. The property at 118 Osborne St. is composed of a dilapidated gas station a…

I am a lifelong resident of upstate New York and I have seen the once promising future of New York deteriorate over the past two decades. As a husband and father of three young boys, I am concerned about Democratic party’s policies and the future we could see develop under exclusive Democrat…

The Auburn board of education's decision at the Jan. 11 meeting not to fill the open board seat was, I feel, not in the best interest of the district or our students. The board's decision to not fill the open board seat makes me wonder if new ideas are are not respected by the board. Yes, th…

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