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Be ready for change

April 7, 2015 In order for mergers of school districts to get a passing grade, district officials must be willing to close schools and reduce staff. more »»

Treaty would hurt economy

April 6, 2015 President Barack Obama has made a formal commitment at the United Nations, that the United States will slash greenhouse gas emissions by as much as 28 percent — by 2025. more »»

Treaty would hurt economy

April 6, 2015 President Barack Obama has made a formal commitment at the United Nations, that the United States will slash greenhouse gas emissions by as much as 28 percent — by 2025. more »»

Reforms largely OK

April 5, 2015 There is quite a bit to like about the recent education reforms included in the new state budget. Some of these ideas have been kicked around for a while and make sense. more »»

Cheers and jeers

April 4, 2015 CHEERS — To getting rid of an eyesore. The old Loblaws store building on East Fulton Street just outside Gloversville in the town of Johnstown has sat vacant and decrepit for decades. more »»

Keep up first ‘green’ project

April 3, 2015 When Americans want to impress foreign guests, we sometimes take them to national parks. more »»

Ethics reform worthwhile

April 2, 2015 Not only did the New York State Legislature get the new $142 billion budget in on time, lawmakers managed to include an ethics reform package with it. more »»

White House aiding Iran

April 1, 2015 Iran poses a greater threat to Americans than do Islamic State terrorists, some analysts believ. more »»

Code change makes sense

March 31, 2015 The Fonda-Fultonville Central School District Board of Education is looking at making changes to its student athletic code. more »»

Make way for trains

March 30, 2015 For many years, energy conservation campaigns have been considered very “green” — that is, good for the environment. more »»

State should eye projects

March 29, 2015 We suspect most residents of the Gloversville Enlarged School District will give the district’s proposed $38.2 million capital project proposal an A. They should. more »»

Cheers and jeers

March 28, 2015 CHEERS — To a day of reading. Last week, sixth-graders at Gloversville Middle School spent a day — the entire school day — reading. more »»

Budget games grow gov’t

March 27, 2015 Of course, Congress should approve a measure to prevent steep cuts in amounts the Medicare program would pay health care providers. And of course President Barack Obama should sign it into law. more »»

Ethics reform must happen

March 26, 2015 Ethics reform has become a potential roadblock to getting an on-time state budget. That’s OK; now is the time for ethics reform. more »»

Limiting spending

March 25, 2015 Republicans in Congress are being criticized by Democrats for a budget proposal that makes cuts in federal spending. more »»

Be fair to taxpayers

March 24, 2015 For the past three years, the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance has estimated Gloversville’s equalization rate should be above 100 percent, but for the past two years, sole assessor... more »»

Rules may kill farms

March 23, 2015 Farmers are in the Environmental Protection Agency’s crosshairs now. more »»

Make public aware of deals

March 22, 2015 There may be more smiling faces at the former Sherman’s Amusement Park in the near future, but some Caroga residents may wear a scowl over how the property was acquired. That’s understandable. more »»

Cheers and jeers

March 21, 2015 CHEERS — To cracking down on sex trafficking. more »»

Gov’t hides more details

March 20, 2015 Early in his presidency, Barack Obama pledged it would “usher in a new era of open government.” His administration has done just the opposite. Government is more secretive than ever. more »»

 
 
 

 

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