May 10, 2007

No more routine traffic stops

This morning's Journal looks at the increasing risks of what used to be routine traffic enforcement for the New York State Police, as more traffic stops seem to be turning into dangerous situations. The troopers down the road on 13 seem to be facing a more and more difficult job with every year.

At the county level, a guest column explores how living wage jobs help not only their recipients, but the community as well.

I've been neglecting Ithaca City School District news unless it had a clear Dryden connection, but I should catch up on today's editorial about the district's handling of racism allegations which follows on Tuesday's article on the incident, followup, and the state's opinion of it.

Finally, applications for dairy farm relief are still available.

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