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State budget has some gaps

August 1, 2016 Storm clouds are brewing for New York state’s budget. State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli recently analyzed the state’s financial plan and found potential budget gaps starting in 2018-19. more »»

Mayor Julius to be missed

July 31, 2016 The death of Johnstown Mayor Michael Julius came as a shock to many in the area. Just a few short weeks ago, he was busy handling the duties that come along with his job as mayor. more »»

Cheers and jeers

July 30, 2016 CHEERS — To seven years. The Mohawk Harvest Cooperative Market recently kicked off a membership drive on the seventh anniversary of the cooperative. more »»

Prosecute case to full extent

July 29, 2016 For two weeks, authorities and volunteers searched for Rachael Mattice. They scoured the woods in and around Wells and searched other locations. Police used dogs in the effort. more »»

Who will pay for change?

July 28, 2016 Democrats who gathered in Philadelphia for their party’s presidential nominating convention have heard tons of promises and will hear more from their candidate, Hillary Clinton, when she takes the... more »»

Legal, ethical different things

July 27, 2016 New York voters would be exceedingly upset if they learned their governor had accepted more than $200,000 in gifts from deep-pocket donors. more »»

Conspiracy in left wing?

July 26, 2016 It turns out there may be something to that vast conspiracy then-first lady Hillary Clinton condemned in 1998. She got one thing wrong, however. more »»

Police do well in Cleveland

July 25, 2016 Remember the lead-up top the Republican National Convention in Cleveland? For weeks before it opened, there was speculation about violent demonstrations and confrontations among competing protesters... more »»

Dive team worthwhile

July 24, 2016 Considering all the lakes we have in Fulton County, the Sheriff’s Department would be justified in having a rescue diving team. more »»

Cheers and jeers

July 23, 2016 CHEERS — To a Gloversville police officer. On Oct. 13, city police Sgt. Michael Garavelli was off duty and driving home when he saw two men fighting on Rose Street. more »»

Be prepared to shift fight

July 22, 2016 The Islamic State is the politically incorrect terrorist organization of the year. more »»

Police murder is worst crime

July 21, 2016 Another cop was murdered Tuesday. He was Capt. Robert Melton of Kansas City, Kan., gunned down as he was approaching suspects in a drive-by shooting. more »»

Threat against police is real

July 20, 2016 Adopting the Old Testament eye-for-an-eye reaction to violence accomplishes nothing except, perhaps, to leave everyone involved blind. more »»

Decisions questionable

July 19, 2016 In an 8-0 vote, the Greater Johnstown School Board elected long-serving school board member Scott Miller to be the board’s president, replacing former school board President Paul VanDenburgh, who... more »»

Terrorists must be wiped out

July 18, 2016 How is it that a few small terrorist groups with relatively limited resources have been able to kill so many people in so many different places? We know the answer to that, but it raises another... more »»

Zoning plan good for town

July 17, 2016 A comprehensive plan is forming for Ephratah. Part of the plan, which is still in draft form, includes the implementation of zoning ordinances. more »»

Cheers and jeers

July 16, 2016 CHEERS — To cemetery tours. A cemetery is a final resting place, but the stories of people buried there can live on. more »»

Show benefit from changes

July 15, 2016 The Gloversville council this week approved changes to the city’s garbage pickup policies. more »»

Secrecy stance unacceptable

July 14, 2016 Secrecy over technology is unacceptable when the prosecutors need evidence, government lawyers argued in the Apple cellphone situation a few months ago. more »»

Policing is last line of defense

July 13, 2016 “We’re asking cops to do too much in this country,” Dallas, Texas, Police Chief David Brown worried aloud on Monday. “Every societal failure, we put it off on the cops to solve,” he explaine. more »»



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