The Otsego Herald for Feb. 14, 1820, compiled, with comments:
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The Otsego County Board of Representatives’ privilege of the floor section of its monthly meetings at 197 Main St. in Cooperstown has always been an odd experience for me, and I suspect, many others.
When it comes to the military and our overseas engagements, the atmosphere is so much different today than it was during World War II.
The older I get, the more I realize that I do not really care what I get for Christmas but I grow increasingly more excited to give gifts to my family. It is for this reason that I am still kind of shocked when people do not want to exchange gifts, seeing buying presents as a burden instead …
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