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Award incompatible with mission

June 19, 2016 St. John’s Episcopal Church was blessed to have received a New York state funding award this past December. We thank the city of Johnstown for its support in this endeavor. more »»

Medical care important for men

June 19, 2016 Around the world, people are celebrating June as Men’s Health Month. It is also Men’s Health Week, a special awareness period recognized by Congress, which ends on Father’s Day, today. more »»

Is bridge project worthwhile?

June 19, 2016 A recent article in The Leader- Herald with a headline, "New bridge may be ready in September," was referring to the pedestrian bridge in Amsterdam (known as the “bridge to nowhere”). more »»

Community support appreciated

June 19, 2016 The Greater Johnstown School District's SET (Student Employment Training) Program has completed its first year. more »»

Wine, food festival was a success

June 19, 2016 The Gloversville Business Improvement District held its second annual Southern Adirondack Wine & Food Festival on June 12, and despite overcast skies and gusty wind, it can still be considered a... more »»

Will ‘The Donald’ be announced?

June 19, 2016 Having watched several presidents deliver their State of the Union messages over the years, I know that the president is met at the door of the House chamber by the sergeant-at-arms, who then walks... more »»

Why vote for Donald Trump?

June 12, 2016 Regarding why Donald Trump is so popular: The majority of the people believe government stopped representing them. more »»

Please obey lower speed limit near FM

June 12, 2016 It was a great idea that New York state lowered the speed limit from 55 to 45 mph on Route 67 between Hamilton-Fulton-Montgomery Board of Cooperative Educational Services and Fulton-Montgomery... more »»

Clinton’s comments show he is a bigot

June 12, 2016 I am a history buff, my wife would say obsessed, so I was watching a documentary on D-Day. I was again struck by the incredible courage and trust in each other that those men showed. more »»

Don’t add ‘insult to injury’

June 12, 2016 I was brought up with the saying, “don’t add insult to injury.” My sympathies go to Johnstown police officer Edward D. Hart III. Now he has to “fight City Hall” for his job. more »»

Individual peace comes from Christ

June 12, 2016 In 2014, President Barack Obama said, “We did a whole lot of things that were right, but we tortured some folks. We did some things contrary to our values. more »»

Food drive a wonderful success

June 12, 2016 On behalf of the Food Pantry at North Main Street United Methodist Church, 316 N. Main St. more »»

Thanks for help with parade

June 12, 2016 The Johnstown Memorial Day Parade Committee would like to thank all those city departments that assisted with the set up and security for the parad. more »»

Time for Fage to match Chobani

June 5, 2016 Where have you gone Chobani? Fage, where are you? Recently, the owner of the yogurt maker, Chobani, announced he was giving some of his stock in the company to his employees, valued at about $100,00... more »»

Shades of the Soviet Union

June 5, 2016 Here in Johnstown, our Common Council has adopted a policy of anonymous tips relating to code violations. This is a reduction of the rights of citizens to be secure in their homes. more »»

Cut down on meat to help save planet

June 5, 2016 As well as making up 51 percent of the greenhouse gasses in the atmosphere, the consumption of meat is bad for the environment in other ways, as wel. more »»

Beware of scam phone calls

May 29, 2016 It has been brought to our attention that someone is soliciting donations by phone for the Gloversville Football Alumni Club. more »»

Do new voters understand issues?

May 29, 2016 Why is this your first time voting? That is the question I ask when I read or listen to a news story about a middle-aged person voting for the first time. more »»

Voters have no real ‘say’ on budgets

May 29, 2016 Saying we have a “say” in the school budget vote is a joke. I will use the information mailed to me for the 2013-14 school year. The proposed increase for that year was about $1.89 million. more »»

Work to protect Social Security

May 29, 2016 When the letter dated Nov. more »»



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