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Town has lost place to shelter stray dogs

November 11, 2014 I would like to take this opportunity to inform the residents of the town of Johnstown the town is losing its place to shelter animals with the closing of Dr. Bluvas’ office Monday. more »»

Headline kindles thoughts of old path

November 10, 2014 The headline on a recent article in The Leader-Herald — “Johnstown to increase fines for not cutting grass” — got me thinkin. more »»

Take a moment to honor caregivers

November 9, 2014 As we begin a busy November, I wanted to take a moment to thank the following agencies for their support of the Fulton County Office for Aging’s “Hat’s Off to Caregivers” workshop held Nov. 1. more »»

Jesus Christ came to help fulfill the law

November 7, 2014 Leaven is a picture of sin in the Bible. Ishmael, the son of Abraham, symbolizes law. The law of the spirit of life, set us free from the law of sin and death. more »»

Get involved in library’s Capital Campaign

November 6, 2014 As chairwoman of the Gloversville Public Library Capital Campaign, I would like to thank all the people who worked to plan for and present such a wonderful event at the library. more »»

Help the Glove Performing Arts Center

November 5, 2014 Those who made it to the Glove Performing Arts Center on Sunday for the concert by Stan Weist enjoyed a great performance. more »»

People with disabilities ready to work

November 4, 2014 “Some of the world’s largest companies have launched initiatives to hire individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. more »»

Bond proposal offers strong foundation

November 3, 2014 The Fonda-Fultonville All-Sports Booster Club is proud of our students, our district and our community. We continue to work diligently to support our athletes and our district. more »»

Community must stop immature residents

November 2, 2014 I am writing to respond to the story, “Police investigate slashed tires in cit. more »»

Eye alternative to current tax system

November 1, 2014 Maybe a new way is needed to determine assessed valu. more »»

Thanks for helping library

October 31, 2014 I would like to offer “cheers” to the Gloversville community for recognizing that the renovation of the Gloversville Public Library is essential to the revitalization of our cit. more »»

Attendance appreciated

October 31, 2014 Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site would like to express its appreciation for all of those who attended the Erie Canal Birthday Bash on Sunday. more »»

Time to set fair gas price

October 31, 2014 Kuddos to Jerry Wildermuth for his submission Monday on gas-price gouging at a local convenience store chain. I couldn’t agree more. more »»

Fall Festival was success

October 31, 2014 The Fall Festival this year was a great success. We had a lot of fun and great entertainment. more »»

Thanks for supporting sale

October 31, 2014 We would like to thank all buyers, book donors, bakers, volunteers and the entire library staff who helped to make the Friends’ October 2014 Book and Bake Sale a success. more »»

Cast votes for Republicans

October 31, 2014 We as voters are constantly reminded that “Washington is broken.” Rather than return to the status quo, it is time to elect a young, well-educated, forward-thinking Republican to Congress. more »»

Repeal state’s SAFE Act

October 30, 2014 Fifty-two of New York’s 62 counties passed official resolutions in direct opposition to the SAFE Act within those jurisdictions. more »»

Protect Social Security

October 30, 2014 If you listen to Elise Stefanik, you might be fooled into thinking she wants to protect and preserve Social Security benefits as they are now. But that is about as far from the truth as you can get. more »»

Support Woolf, Thorne

October 30, 2014 On Election Day, vote for Aaron Woolf for Congress. He is the best candidate for our area. As an independent  businessman, he knows how to get things done and work with people. more »»

Prevention is important

October 30, 2014 The last week of October is Red Ribbon Week, celebrating a drug-free life (http://redribbon.org). It’s also the culmination of National Substance Abuse Prevention Month. more »»

 
 
 

 

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