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Cheers and jeers

November 9, 2013 CHEERS —?To the bell ringers. Friday, our area’s Salvation Army held its first Kettle Kick-Off breakfas. more »»

Let tax credit finally expire

November 8, 2013 Finding and pursuing a cause dear to the hearts of liberal politicians has become the newest get-rich-quick scheme in the United State. more »»

Standards need patience

November 7, 2013 Given that concerned parents packed the HFM-BOCES campus at a recent event to get information about the Common Core, clearly there are still concerns about the new educational standards. more »»

Miners need protection

November 6, 2013 Black lung, known in the scientific community as coal workers’ pneumoconiosis, was back in the news last wee. more »»

Be certain to cast votes

November 5, 2013 If you haven’t yet made your way to the polls to vote in today’s general election, you still may have time. The polls are open until 9 p.m. This is a busy local Election Day. more »»

Fear of guns going too far

November 4, 2013 Action by the Arlington Local School District in Hancock County, Ohio, may make reasonable people wonder where anti-gun hysteria will en. more »»

Casino plan a good bet

November 3, 2013 Despite some of the controversies surrounding Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s casino gambling referendum, voters in Fulton and Montgomery counties should vote yes on the proposa. more »»

Cheers and jeers

November 2, 2013 CHEERS — To busy hands. Barbara Edel, you are an amazing lady. more »»

Let judges serve until 80

November 1, 2013 A?proposition on the Election Day ballots Tuesday would amend the state constitution to raise the mandatory retirement age for state judges from 70 to 80. We recommend you vote yes. more »»

Select Martin in Johnstown

October 31, 2013 The three candidates for Johnstown mayor all have their strong points, but one of them stands apart in the ability to lead the city. more »»

Generosity warms young

October 30, 2013 We have been enjoying one of the more pleasant autumns, but soon, we all will reach into our drawers and closets for the clothing needed to keep us warm against the winter elements. more »»

Give OK to proposals

October 29, 2013 Two statewide propositions to appear on the Nov. 5 ballot involve the Adirondack Forest Preserve. We encourage voters to approve both. more »»

Consider endangerment

October 28, 2013 U.S. Supreme Court justices already have ruled that President Barack Obama’s Environmental Protection Agency has the authority to shut down coal-fired power plants. more »»

King best candidate

October 27, 2013 Gloversville residents need a mayor who understands how to help them now, while also planning — and working — for a better future. more »»

Cheers and jeers

October 26, 2013 JEERS — To voices not hear. more »»

Too late to end ACA?

October 25, 2013 Don’t give up on the Obamacare website, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius urged people recently. more »»

Tax levy must go down

October 24, 2013 Gloversville Mayor Dayton King deserves credit for proposing a 2014 city budget that carries a nearly 2 percent tax-levy decrease. However, we challenge city officials to cut the tax levy more. more »»

Pass-the-buck government

October 23, 2013 Former president Harry Truman was famous for insisting that anything that went wrong in federal government was his responsibility. “The buck stops here,” he realized. more »»

Restart talks for new park

October 22, 2013 The announcement earlier this month that six global technology companies are spending $1. more »»

Vaccinations help everyone

October 21, 2013 It’s almost here: the annual time when people get vaccinations to protect them against influenza strains expected to be prevalent this seaso. more »»



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