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Change tax code to bring industry

March 20, 2016 Gov. Andrew Cuomo continues his browbeating of the public to generate support for his $15-an-hour minimum wag. more »»

Thanks for help with fundraiser

March 13, 2016 The Wild Life Museum in Vail Mills would like to thank the 100 businesses that provide gift certificates, merchandise and food for our annual fundraiser held recently at the Johnstown Moose Club. more »»

Funding for trails deserves support

March 13, 2016 While snowmobiling is great fun in upstate New York, it also represents an $868 million boost to the upstate economy and the economy of New York state in general. more »»

Support of mayor, council appreciated

March 13, 2016 On March 1, Amsterdam Mayor Michael Villa declared March as Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month in the city of Amsterdam and presented a proclamation to the Cancer Services Program of Fulton,... more »»

What is the point of existence?

March 13, 2016 In this generation, we are simply living to work while we should be working to live. Education is an illusion. Today, we have this idea that with no degree comes no future. more »»

There is always help and hope

March 6, 2016 More than 28 million Americans have seen at least one parent suffer alcohol’s serious adverse effects, leading to serious family problems. more »»

Visitors still enjoyed Walleye Challenge

March 6, 2016 While the weather didn’t cooperate for the contest portion of our ice-fishing tournament, we still celebrated the Eighth Annual Walleye Ice Fishing Challenge with prize drawings that took place on... more »»

Common sense legislation missing

March 6, 2016 Gun-control advocates exploit tragedies for political gain. more »»

Cut down on meat to help the world

February 28, 2016 I have previously addressed our use of fossil fuels and their resultant emissions of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere as a greenhouse gas, which leads to global warming. more »»

Glad to see sewer board stays

February 28, 2016 Recently, I wrote a letter to the editor to request the Gloversville-Johnstown Joint Sewer Board not be dissolved. I was pleased to read on Feb. 16 that ending the sewer board was “avoided. more »»

Credit cards and ATMs not so good

February 28, 2016 I’m really glad my credit card doesn’t give me much credit. Nothing is ever as it seems. Lately, I found out you have to wrap them in foil or the crooks can read them. more »»

Judge not qualified to overrule pros

February 28, 2016 Near the end of October, I applied for my New York state pistol permit so I might find employment in the field of armed security. more »»

Medicare Advantage a great program

February 28, 2016 When you’re facing major health issues, like my husband and I are, your doctors become part of your family. It’s a question of trust, and to change providers after so many years would be quite toug. more »»

Much to note with Eye Donor Month

February 28, 2016 March has been designated Eye Donor Month by the Eye Bank Association of America and has also been proclaimed as such by Gov. Andrew Cuomo for the state of New York. more »»

Stefanik, Schumer protect program

February 21, 2016 I used to be very politically aware, but I admit I’ve become cynical and discouraged by the mess Congress has made of things. more »»

Bureaucracies frustrate electorate

February 21, 2016 Regarding the item, “Anger motivating voters to support Trump,” published Feb. more »»

Thanks for 10 years of support for event

February 21, 2016 The Margaret Reaney Memorial Library Board of Trustees in St. Johnsville would like to let everyone know its annual spring fundraiser, Flapjacks and Fairytales, has been postponed. more »»

Pharmacy delivers old-fashioned service

February 21, 2016 I recently had to refill some medications and I called Palmer Pharmacy in Johnstown, which I have done business with for more than 13 years. more »»

Town needs voice on annexation plan

February 21, 2016 While there are some good points in the potential revenue-sharing “deal” that was recently presented by some Montgomery County legislators, the major sticking point is a requirement that the town of... more »»

Thanks to the community

February 21, 2016 We, the family of Irwin R. “Sonny “Seeley, would like to take the time to thank everyone who donated to the scholarship we set up at Gloversville High School. more »»



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