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Cheers and jeers

July 25, 2015 CHEERS — To a visit from Sawyer Fredericks. The Glen resident and winner of NBC’s “The Voice” will give a performance at the Fonda Fair on Sept. 5. more »»

Bus cameras make sense

July 24, 2015 Legislation sponsored by state Sen. more »»

U.S. must help allies

July 23, 2015 Americans need more allies like some nations in Africa. While Nigeria and nearby countries have made it clear they want no U.. more »»

Trump should apologize

July 22, 2015 It is unlikely Donald Trump remembers what he was doing on Oct. 26, 1967. He was a student at the prestigious Wharton School of Finance, not having to worry about being drafted for the Vietnam War. more »»

Final terms of deal crucial

July 21, 2015 Now that the Fulton County Board of Supervisors and the Gloversville Common Council have both voted to approve the Smart Waters memorandum of agreement, the final negotiations for the proposed... more »»

High-speed nonsense

July 20, 2015 As so often is the case with federal initiatives to improve Americans’ lives, one announced by President Barack Obama this week holds no promise for Americans in rural area. more »»

Why create new fear?

July 19, 2015 New York state officials should note: Running in terror from wolves and cougars is not a form of recreation. more »»

Cheers and jeers

July 18, 2015 CHEERS — To making government more open. State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli recently announced Open Book New York, a website at www.openbooknewyork. more »»

An unwise tradition

July 17, 2015 The Fulton County Board of Supervisors should be more careful about how it hands out raise. more »»

Consider deal objectively

July 16, 2015 Among the proudest, most important traditions in Congress is that when the issue is peace or war, lawmakers put partisan considerations aside for the good of the nation. more »»

Examine military costs

July 15, 2015 “I believe that where we are now is about as low as we can go,” Army Chief of Staff Gen. Ray Odierno told reporters in May, during a discussion of that service branch’s staffing level. more »»

Let people have options

July 14, 2015 The New York state Legislature recently passed a bill that would mandate all new smoke detectors sold in New York contain 10-year non-removable batteries. Gov. more »»

Pledge not worth much

July 13, 2015 Former Maryland Gov. more »»

Secret deals, public issues

July 12, 2015 Officials in Caroga and Gloversville are learning that spending time working on deals in secret can generate mistrust in their respective communities. more »»

Cheers and jeers

July 11, 2015 CHEERS — To Johnstown High School student Erica Wagner. The 16-year-old, who will enter 12th grade in the fall, has been collecting hundreds of pens and pencils. more »»

Publicity at heart of plan

July 10, 2015 New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposal to have the attorney general’s office investigate incidents in which New Yorkers are killed by police seems like another way for him to get publicity. more »»

Keep riders off highway bill

July 9, 2015 Often, gridlock in Congress results when some lawmakers object not to the primary purpose of a bill, but to some unrelated “rider” placed in it. more »»

Don’t let Greece slide

July 8, 2015 Some mechanism will be found to avoid the collapse of Greece’s economy, though it appears to be teetering on the brink. more »»

SAFE Act keeps failing

July 7, 2015 Information recently released from the New York State Police shows relatively few assault weapon owners have complied with the New York state SAFE Act’s deadline for registering the weapons. more »»

VA official did his job

July 6, 2015 Perhaps the most important person in the Department of Veterans Affairs is retiring, leaving behind a long list of critics. Some say he did not do his job well enough. more »»

 
 
 

 

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