Wayne Post
Updated at 12:05 PM

I am compelled to respond to the letter of March 9 by Ken Romeiser from Shortsville. The anti-veal writer readily admits that he's not a farmer, and he's sure he's naïve. Well, might I suggest that he take the time to become informed about “calves in their little igloo huts with a small cage attached to the front.” He wrongly and immediately assumes that these calves are destined to be covered in marinara and mozzarella.

Updated at 12:04 PM

Cartoon by Webster, N.Y., resident Ken Catalino

Updated at 12:02 PM

We love a bit of orange or lemon zest in these scones.DRIED CHERRY SCONES• 3 cups all-purpose flour• 1/2 cup sugar• 2 t baking powder• 1/4 t baking soda• 1/2 t salt• 1/2 cup (1 stick) cold butter, cut into small pieces• 1/2 cup sour cream

Updated at 12:02 PM

Before I say what I’m going to say, I have to preface it by saying that I eat red meat, poultry, pork and venison, if prepared properly. One thing I’ll never eat is veal. This may sound corny to some people, but I believe all animals have souls and...

Updated at 12:02 PM

The Camp Good Days and Special Times’ family, our community and I have lost a very dear friend – Chris McVicker. Chris had been a part of our family and my life since a mutual friend introduced us over 30 years ago. He had been a member of our Board...

Posted at 12:00 PM

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Posted at 12:00 PM

Jason Collins and Michael Sam are both generating a lot of headlines, but not for their on-field performances

Updated at 11:58 AM

Every television channel it seems is busy showing happy farmers living with hydrofracking on their land as they use the money to send their children to college.

Updated at 11:57 AM

To those who criticize the federal government for failing to create jobs, I say, look again. The government’s job-creation engine is alive and kicking and running smoothly.

Posted at 11:09 AM

WALWORTH — Students in grades 4 through 7 used their words in the Susan H. Alexander Performing Arts Center on Feb. 6 at the 7th Annual Gananda Spelling Bee. In the fifth round of a hotly-contested evening of exhibition spelling, 6th grader Erin...

Updated at 11:08 AM

Route 104 between Whiskey Hill Road and Countryman Road has re-opened after a tractor-trailer crash early Tuesday morning. Wayne County Sheriff's Deputies say large metal poles inside the trailer spilled onto the road when it overturned around 1:30...

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