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Cheers and jeers

June 21, 2014 CHEERS — To a good Scout. Broadalbin-Perth 10th-grader Andrew Meashaw, a Boy Scout, spent nearly a thousand hours over the past year planning and building a nature trail on school property. more »»

Keep Iran out of Iraq

June 20, 2014 History is of full of episodes in which governments unable to cope with violent uprisings asked for military help from their neighbors. more »»

State must eye pension costs

June 19, 2014 New York taxpayers should be gratified that the state’s highest appeals court has ruled information in public pension plans should remain public. more »»

Respond decisively

June 18, 2014 Iraq, where nearly 4,500 Americans died in what appears to have been a futile attempt to change the very culture of that violence-torn region, may be about to fall to a radically militant Islamic... more »»

Make culprits replant trees

June 17, 2014 Two teenagers, Kurtis Callen and Vincent A. Scott, seniors at Gloversville High School, were charged with crimes related to the cutting down of 17 trees in front of the high school campus last week. more »»

Deal with real threats

June 16, 2014 President Barack Obama has provided an example of why little meaningful action is being taken to reduce violence such as that at an Oregon school last wee. more »»

Hands off the cheese

June 15, 2014 Bureaucratic overreach may take the cheese off your table. more »»

Cheers and jeers

June 14, 2014 CHEERS — To faithful walker. more »»

Clinton never really broke

June 13, 2014 Hillary Clinton whined to an interviewer this week that when she and former President Bill Clinton left the White House in 2001, they were “dead broke. more »»

Decide what park will be

June 12, 2014 If a tree falls in the Adirondacks, will anyone be around to hear it? In the future, the answer may be “no. more »»

Address VA’s failures

June 11, 2014 When President Barack Obama’s Veterans Affairs secretary, Eric Shinseki, announced his resignation recently, the president said “the VA needs new leadership,” in order to address the systemic... more »»

Keep eye on new approach

June 10, 2014 The Fonda-Fultonville Central School District Board of Education has decided to take a different approach to hiring a new superintendent. more »»

Issue a matter of life, death

June 9, 2014 Once again — this time in a matter of life and death — President Barack Obama has thumbed his nose at Congress. Many members, both Democrat and Republican, are angr. more »»

Mandates strike again

June 8, 2014 Leave it to the state to saddle localities with another unfunded mandate. Every year, local municipalities receive money from the state to do roadwor. more »»

Cheers and jeers

June 7, 2014 CHEERS — To a young woman’s perseveranc. more »»

D-Day a time to remember

June 6, 2014 Many Americans probably have never heard of Guadalcanal, the Kasserine Pass, Anzio, the Hurtgen Forest, Peleliu, the Coral Sea, Tarawa or Ploesti. more »»

Service must communicate

June 5, 2014 The Ambulance Service of Fulton County may be able to handle medical emergencies, but it needs some work on its communicatio. more »»

Give power to space program

June 4, 2014 At one time, Americans would have been able to laugh off a thinly veiled threat last week by Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin. No more, thanks to President Barack Obama. more »»

Be careful if changes made

June 3, 2014 Mayor Dayton King has proposed changing the way members of the Gloversville Common Council are elected from ward elections — which give each ward one representative to the council — to at-large... more »»

Punish VA offenders

June 2, 2014 No wonder some bureaucrats think they can get away with shabby, dishonest treatment of veterans. more »»

 
 
 

 

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