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April 10, 2016 Vocabulary is key when reporting on the gun issue. Hearing certain words and phrases can guide listeners and readers to a particular conclusion. more »»

Cuomo a danger to children

April 10, 2016 Gov. Andrew Cuomo and other career politicians need to be voted out. People like him will do whatever it takes to further promote their political ambitions. more »»

Women deserve equal pay

April 3, 2016 Equal Pay Day, observed on April 12, is the symbolic day when women’s wages finally catch up with men’s wages from the previous year. more »»

Rejection of bypass brings up question

April 3, 2016 It appears the Montgomery County legislators cannot see the forest for the trees, though the mayor of Fonda can. The legislature’s rejection of the connector/bypass road brings up a question. more »»

Stefanik represents hedge funds

April 3, 2016 Hedge funds have contributed more money (over 200 percent more) to U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik than to any other New York representative. Stefanik is the N. more »»

Mini golf fundraiser drives aid to MHA

April 3, 2016 The Mental Health Association in Fulton & Montgomery Counties would like to extend a sincere thank you to the community for their tremendous show of support of our 18th Annual Miniature Golf and... more »»

PAC groups trying to bait Trump

April 3, 2016 It is getting a little tiring, this constant anti-Donald Trump crusade. more »»

Meat consumption harms planet

March 27, 2016 Last month, I wrote about methane and how it’s 20 to 80 times worse as a greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide. It’s presence in the atmosphere is being caused mainly by the cattle industr. more »»

Thanks for help battling fires

March 27, 2016 On Feb. 23, 2016, the Gloversville and Johnstown fire departments were dispatched to a reported structure fire at 395 S. Main St. in Gloversville. more »»

County DMV loses on online renewals

March 27, 2016 Being responsible for the delivery of DMV services to our residents, Fulton County DMV is keenly aware we are here to best serve the people who pay the tab. more »»

Jesus gives hope to faithful

March 27, 2016 Joseph of Arimathea implored Pontius Pilate, “May I take down Christ Jesus body from the cross and bury it?” Joseph of Arimathea buried Jesus Christ’s body. more »»

GOP establishment is clueless

March 27, 2016 The Republican establishment swore that if they could win the Senate and keep the House, they would stop Obama and his administration’s ideological policies. more »»

What is growing in your garden?

March 20, 2016 There are many residents of Gloversville and the surrounding areas who grew up here in the 1940s, ’50s and ’60s. We attended neighborhood grade schools and shopped at family-owned grocery stores. more »»

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 »»



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