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New diploma made to work

April 10, 2014 In every high school’s graduating class, there is a population of students who want to join the workforce rather than go to college. more »»

Sailing not child’s play

April 9, 2014 Adults have every right to take risks, as long as they understand that if taxpayers have to foot the bills to get them out of jams, they will be liable for part or all of the cost. more »»

Measure would help

April 8, 2014 Recently, the New York State Senate passed a bill meant to address the low percentage of drivers involved in fatal crashes who are tested for drugs and alcohol. more »»

Obama plays numbers game

April 7, 2014 It is not really amazing what a combination of coercion and giveaways can accomplish in a year. Obamacare has been a stunning success, President Barack Obama and others assured Americans recently. more »»

Cameras must get into courts

April 6, 2014 We’ve been unnecessarily shut out of yet another courtroom. James F. Dibble, 29, is on trial in Fulton County Court, accused of murdering his mother at her home in Ephratah last year. more »»

Cheers and jeers

April 5, 2014 CHEERS — To trying to save the shrine. The Shrine of Our Lady of Martyrs in Auriesville has launched a campaign to raise $1 million. more »»

Claims must be addressed

April 4, 2014 Veterans Administration officials insist they are making progress in reducing the time those who have served our country in uniform must wait for decisions on disability benefits. more »»

Keep track of funds

April 3, 2014 It’s just a basic fact of life: People have to be able to keep track of money. more »»

Tax relief welcome

April 3, 2014 The 2014-15 New York state budget may have its share of controversial spending and programs, but it should give average taxpayers a degree of satisfaction. more »»

Taxpayers punished

April 1, 2014 Last week, Gloversville’s Board of Education voted to appoint Helen Stuetzel as interim assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction, at a pay rate of $425 per day. more »»

Address all water issues

March 31, 2014 As thousands of area residents are aware, across the nation, federal flood insurance premiums were set to increase drastically. more »»

Polluters should pay

March 30, 2014 Gloversville — the name leaves no doubt as to what industry became synonymous with the city. more »»

Cheers and jeers

March 29, 2014 CHEERS — To historic Northville. A state board has nominated parts of the village of Northville to the state and national registers of historic places. more »»

Shine light on flights

March 28, 2014 Nearly 400 airplane flights taken for personal reasons by Attorney General Eric Holder and other top Justice Department officials were not included in government reports on use of aircraf. more »»

Talk about mandate relief

March 27, 2014 State lawmakers say they are making progress when it comes to finalizing a deal on the state budget, and might get it passed on time. more »»

Keep troops out of Ukraine

March 26, 2014 Ukrainian officials recently said their country’s military will hold joint training exercises with U.S. and British armed forces. That would be an invitation to disaster. more »»

Cool rhetoric in Johnstown

March 25, 2014 The new overtime rules in the town of Johnstown have sparked a nasty public debate. more »»

‘Policy’ a temper tantrum

March 24, 2014 Russian leader Vladimir Putin and many other world leaders know how to use power. They understand diplomacy, military might and economics. Some use their personalities to exert pressure. more »»

Keep eye on savings

March 23, 2014 It will be a relief for many taxpayers to see a reduction in their property tax bill. more »»

Cheers and jeers

March 22, 2014 CHEERS — To celebrating history. The city of Johnstown, which has a rich history, will be the site of several history-themed events this yea. more »»

 
 

 

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