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Teachers change lives

May 11, 2016 Along with the enormous rewards enjoyed by good school teachers comes terrible frustration. Many wish they could do more for their students. more »»

Drillers must tap policies

May 10, 2016 America’s need for natural gas and oil has not lessened. To the contrary, as more and more gas-fired power plants are built, demand will soar. more »»

Kasich good pick for veep

May 9, 2016 Ohio Gov. John Kasich fought the good fight for his fellow Americans. He should be given the opportunity to continue doing so — and should take it. more »»

Farley shows dedication

May 8, 2016 New York State Sen. Hugh Farley, whose district includes Fulton County, has been serving in his position for 40 year. more »»

Cheers and jeers

May 7, 2016 CHEERS — To Sawyer Fredericks. It’s been a year since he won NBC’s “The Voice,” but the 17-year-old singer-songwriter from Glen is still making our area proud. more »»

Time to look at strategy

May 6, 2016 For weeks, we have warned that feeding U.S. troops into Iraq and Syria in relatively small units risks a massacre of them by Islamic State terrorists. A U.. more »»

Close gaps in plan first

May 5, 2016 We Americans have big hearts. They go out to people forced from their homes by vicious terrorists, including the Islamic State. But we have wide-open eyes and ears, too. more »»

Job policy ridiculous

May 4, 2016 Some employers have very good reasons for rejecting job applicants with criminal histories. For example, you probably don’t want your local police department offering jobs to convicted felons. more »»

Take look at explosives

May 3, 2016 The town of Amsterdam will hold a public meeting May 18 on a proposal to ban the sale, distribution, possession or use of binary explosives. more »»

‘Jessie’s Law’ can save lives

May 2, 2016 Jessie Grubb fought a long battle against opioid addiction. She nearly won. But the 30-year-old woman fell through one of the many cracks in how we Americans handle substance abuse, and it killed her. more »»

Levy hike unfortunate

May 1, 2016 The Gloversville Public Library should have checked out a way to reduce the tax-levy increase in its proposed budget. more »»

Cheers and jeers

April 30, 2016 CHEERS — To a fishing derby. Every kid at some point should have an opportunity to do a little fishing. more »»

Check out land bank

April 29, 2016 Gloversville should give serious consideration to endorsing a proposed land bank. The idea could pair nicely with some other housing initiatives planned in the city. more »»

Common sense lacking

April 28, 2016 “Common Sense,” written by one of the founding fathers, Thomas Paine, was something of a handbook for American colonists thinking of forming a new government in 1776. more »»

N. Korea a world threat

April 27, 2016 North Korea clearly is working feverishly to increase its military capability and to heighten worry about it among other world leaders. more »»

NIMBY kills opportunities

April 26, 2016 A rather unscientific show of hands at a recent Johnstown Town Board meeting seems to have put the kibosh on a three-day music festival proposed for a property on Route 67. more »»

Cuba strategy a failure

April 25, 2016 When he changed U.S. policy toward Cuba in 2014, despite widespread opposition in Congress, President Barack Obama insisted his goal was to improve life for the people of that island country. more »»

Ease up on independents

April 24, 2016 New York state law treats registered independents looking to vote in a primary like an unwanted third wheel: Their presence will be tolerated, but only if they can avoid being ditched by the coup. more »»

Cheers and jeers

April 23, 2016 CHEERS — To Johnstown’s native daughter. In 2020, when you look at a new $10 bill, you’ll be able to say one of the people depicted on the bill is from your are. more »»

Volunteers still needed

April 22, 2016 According to the Firemen's Association of the State of New York, New York's volunteer firefighters not only save lives, they also save billions in tax dollars for the stat. more »»

 
 
 

 

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