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Local veterinarian offers excellent care

August 13, 2014 I was shocked and dismayed to hear of the three-month suspension of Dr. William Chester’s practicing license. I have been taking family pets to Dr. more »»

Vroman would be great assemblyman

August 12, 2014 I am writing in support of Mr. Peter Vroman, who is a candidate for the New York state Assembly from the 111th Assembly District. more »»

Southworth is right choice for Democrats

August 11, 2014 Some politicians tell us it’s time for a change, but the statement is hollow because they are just more of the same — the same political machine turning out the same cookie-cutter candidate that is... more »»

Southworth visiting district’s residents

August 10, 2014 Primaries for many local offices will be held Sept. 9, including one that will determine who will run against Hugh Farley. more »»

Give Caroga Lake Music Festival a try

August 9, 2014 Members of the Caroga Lake Music Festival had me at Nick Stoner Inn. Last summer, my wife and I were invited to hear the musicians play there. more »»

Thanks for supporting basketball clinic

August 8, 2014 On July 12 and 13, I hosted the second annual Wells Basketball Clinic at the Community Hall. We had a total of 57 boys and girls from grades three through nine. more »»

Support for triathlon was appreciated

August 7, 2014 The Fifth Annual Peck’s Lake Sprint Triathlon took place on Aug. 2 on and around Peck’s Lake.  The day’s conditions made for a great day. more »»

Sweepstakes websites luring teenagers

August 6, 2014 Despite state sweepstakes laws, supermarkets no longer provide rules, free, mail-in entry forms, and information about the number and value of prizes in each store. more »»

Group helps youths’ financial literacy

August 5, 2014 In reply to the editorial appearing in the July 25 newspaper regarding poor financial literacy skills among the youth: The National Endowment for Financial Education has recognized this need for... more »»

Supporters help put benefit ride on track

August 4, 2014 On behalf of the Pine Tree Rifle Club, the members would like to thank the following businesses and donors for their generous contributions making the fifth annual motorcycle benefit ride for Fulton... more »»

Frugality key with school improvements

August 3, 2014 Concerning the Greater Johnstown School District’s proposed improvements: 1.) What kind of realistic estimate shows a difference of $23 million between the lowest and highest figures? 2. more »»

Money to help illegal immigrants wrong

August 2, 2014 I think laying out $3.5 million to take care of all the illegal immigrants coming into this country is stupid and sa. more »»

Donations helped basketball team net trip

August 1, 2014 On behalf of the Foothills Hoop Club eighth-grade girls AAU travel basketball team, I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to the following businesses and people who generously... more »»

Community shows kindness to firefighters

July 31, 2014 The Gloversville Firefighters Association would like to extend our gratitude for the actions of the community we serv. more »»

All aboard at Railfest will have some fun

July 30, 2014 The 10th annual Railfest will kick off at 10 a.m. Saturday at Trail Station Park in Gloversville. Come join us for an exciting day of family fu. more »»

Don’t miss ‘Gypsy’ musical this weekend

July 29, 2014 To those who may be seeking excellent local entertainment this coming weekend: See “Gypsy” — don’t miss it. more »»

Turnout great for Memorial Day activities

July 27, 2014 I am writing to tell people how St. Johnsville — this small village of 1,600 people — remembered her fallen heroes during the Memorial Day parade and ceremonies this year. more »»

Christians must wake up to state of U.S.

July 26, 2014 The soul of America appears to be drifting into an abyss from which it may never recover. Holy scripture (I Peter 4:17) warns that “judgment must begin at the house of God. more »»

Gloversville has funds for city manager

July 25, 2014 Gloversville taxpayers are paying $42,000 annually for the mayor’s salary. more »»

Support for ice cream social appreciated

July 24, 2014 I would like to thank all our volunteers, all of those who donated cakes, pies and brownies and all who worked to make our annual ice cream social and art sale a success. more »»



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