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‘Obamacare’ editorial missed key points

December 7, 2014 The editorial published Nov. 12, “Obamacare too costly,” misses some key points. more »»

Sentence about mandates seemed biased

December 6, 2014 A quick Internet search for a code of ethics for a newspaper comes up with similar ideas to these: truthfulness, accuracy, objectivity, impartiality, fairness and public accountability—as these appl... more »»

Hope children learn actions can cause harm

December 5, 2014 Regarding an article published Nov. 27 about an incident in Broadalbin: Our garage sale was broken into and $1,000 worth of collectibles were taken; 128 pieces were returned damage. more »»

Hoping for Christmas dinner program revival

December 4, 2014 For the past 15 years, the faith community of the Church of the Holy Spirit in Gloversville has proudly sponsored and conducted the annual Christmas dinner program. more »»

Project to address health, safety issues

December 3, 2014 The Greater Johnstown School District is putting forth a $40 million capital project plan to address many health and safety issues in the district, together with some facility updates to help... more »»

Survey participation crucial to town

November 27, 2014 Message to the residents of the town of Mohawk: Your town recently undertook the project to update the comprehensive plan for the town in an effort to find what the preferences are for the resident. more »»

Classification would add travel time

November 27, 2014 Wilderness regulations for the state of New York require that all non-conforming structures be removed and the land be restored to a natural state. more »»

Tobacco not an equal-opportunity killer

November 24, 2014 Tobacco use is still the leading cause of preventable disease and death in New York state, killing 23,600 New Yorkers every year and afflicting nearly 600,000 New Yorkers with serious disease... more »»

Locals fighting problems?

November 23, 2014 “One by one, voices heard” survey activities have successfully partnered with close to 400 community non-profit, grassroots entities throughout various states, working together to make sure these... more »»

Groups still need funds

November 23, 2014 With all things, change will occur. more »»

Meeting crucial to Scouts

November 23, 2014 Attention to all Scouts and Scouters who have fond memories of the Woodworth Lake Scout Reservation: It appears the Woodworth Lake project — Adirondack Park Agency Project No. more »»

Better for animals in wild

November 22, 2014 There are some things in life more precious than money, gold or diamonds. Look out your window and you will see them in your yard. Bugs, birds, bucks and bears come from the forest, coaxed by grain. more »»

Is Sheriff Amato kidding?

November 22, 2014 Is anyone else concerned about the fact Montgomery County Sheriff Michael Amato has appointed a civilian as the new undersheriff? I read the same credentials everyone else has and I am still baffled. more »»

Course could help with critical thinking

November 21, 2014 I am writing in response to the article published Oc. more »»

Support for parade superb

November 20, 2014 The Gloversville Parade Committee — Ambrose Anderson, Harold Gordon, Kenny Rockwell, Robert Perrella, Deb Finkle, Kevin Jones, Linda Bullock, Linda Fisher, Karen Dwyer Smith, Todd Mercer, Joni... more »»

Aid from firefighters great

November 20, 2014 It is a privilege to live in a community that is supported by dedicated volunteer firefighters, such as those of the Mayfield Volunteer Fire Departmen. more »»

Stay safe, drive sober for happy holidays

November 19, 2014 The festivities of the holiday season will soon be upon us. It is my hope that everyone will experience a joyful holiday season. more »»

U.S. could reap oil wealth

November 18, 2014 The economy of the United States is rolling along quite nicely, thank you, (due primarily to our ability to print dollars as needed). It kind of reminds me of “Monopoly” money as a kid. more »»

Beatlemania Again great

November 18, 2014 I want to thank everyone who helped bring the exciting musical show, Beatlemania Again, back to the Glove Performing Arts Center.  From the time Mr. more »»

Tree of Lights to honor loved ones

November 17, 2014 On Dec. 1, the Nathan Littauer Hospital & Nursing Home Auxiliary will host its annual Tree of Lights ceremony held in memory or in honor of a loved one. more »»

 
 
 

 

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