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Cheers and jeers

October 1, 2016 CHEERS — To new opportunities. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on Sept. 22 for the Hamilton-Fulton-Montgomery Agricultural Pathways in Technology Early College High School at the former D.H. more »»

Election-year stunt deplorable

September 30, 2016 Tens of thousands of flood victims in West Virginia, Louisiana and other states were used as hostages by cynical politicians in Congress this week, in an inexcusable election-year stun. more »»

Terrorist groups should be priority

September 29, 2016 It is no longer as easy as it was 15 years ago for terrorist groups to mount major assaults within the United States. more »»

Can’t discount law and order

September 28, 2016 Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s pledge to make America’s streets safer is nonsense, opponent Hillary Clinton has insisted. Why, the nation already is safe, she explains. more »»

Why vote no on land bank?

September 27, 2016 In a few short months the Johnstown Common Council has gone from passing a resolution in May that stated it was in the “best interest” of the state and city to “confront the problems caused by... more »»

Children die from gunshots

September 26, 2016 Thirteen-year-old children should not die of gunshot wounds. That is such a self-evident proposition that debating it would be absurd. more »»

Show support for center plan

September 25, 2016 Marjorie Dancing Wind Heacock has a dream. Her dream is to bring a unique multicultural experience to the Mohawk Valley: the Tribes Hill Heritage Center. more »»

Cheers and jeers

September 24, 2016 CHEERS — To a proposed tax decrease. Gloversville Mayor Dayton King is proposing a 2017 city budget that includes a 2 percent tax decrease. more »»

Enjoy area's fall activities

September 23, 2016 Summer activities may have come to an end, but in our area, there’s plenty to do in the fall as well. We live in a perfect place for fall tourism, events and activities. more »»

Trump blamed for attacks

September 22, 2016 It took just hours for the liberal political class to switch gears into reverse over the terrorist attacks in New York, New Jersey and Minnesota during the weekend. more »»

Are the attacks connected?

September 21, 2016 Where there’s smoke, there’s ... Barack Obama. At least 29 people were wounded by a bomb in New York City on Saturday. Another bomb was found blocks away before it detonated. more »»

For-profit schools need regulations

September 20, 2016 The recent closure of the ITT Technical Institute in Albany, as well as its 136 other locations, highlights the need for greater regulation of for-profit colleges. more »»

Revive ethics ads about outdoors

September 19, 2016 The Adirondacks were loaded with people on Labor Day weekend. more »»

Take look at consolidation

September 18, 2016 The Gloversville Fire Department wants the city to spend $500,000 on used fire vehicles. Purchasing the vehicles would save the city money in the long run. more »»

Cheers and jeers

September 17, 2016 CHEERS — To supporting the library. Retiring longtime Sen. more »»

Companies must pay fair share

September 16, 2016 If you’re a typical homeowner, getting your tax assessment lowered is no easy task. In many cases, it’s impossible. more »»

Clinton, how do you really feel?

September 15, 2016 Hillary Clinton made her feelings toward those who dare to disagree with her clear on Friday. more »»

What's To Do?

September 15, 2016 Art exhibits Ongoing ¯ Sacandaga Valley Arts Network Artists’ Gallery — New Artwork Exhibit: Fulton County Visitor Center, Routes 29 and 30, Vail Mills. Free and open to the public. more »»

Government should be held accountable

September 14, 2016 Even when egregious misbehavior occurs among federal officials, the punishment often is light or non-existent. So it will be with Internal Revenue Service Commissioner John Koskinen. more »»

Canajoharie site cleanup welcome

September 13, 2016 The Montgomery County Legislature recently approved a resolution to seek a $500,000 Restore New York Communities grant to help pay for the cleanup of the former Beech-Nut site in Canajohari. more »»

 
 
 

 

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