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Hospice a gem in the local area

September 8, 2014 Prior to 2013, I knew Mountain Valley Hospice was a professionally run organization that handled death and dying in a beautiful setting that was close to my home. more »»

Thanks for the support

September 7, 2014 The Johnstown Citizens Band Inc. more »»

Columnist justified greed

September 7, 2014 I am writing in reference to a recent column in The Leader-Herald titled “Another Bank Shakedown.” A former banker decries what he calls the government’s extortion of banks. more »»

DEC forgets the people who care the most

September 6, 2014 In my opinion it’s bad now and even getting worse for our rural lifestyle and worse yet for our deer and moose population in the park. Deer have not recovered yet from the doe season in the 1960s. more »»

Program kept kids reading

September 5, 2014 Reading throughout the summer is a vitally important activity that encourages students to retain skills learned during the school year. more »»

Chester more than a vet

September 5, 2014 Dr. William Chester is more than just a veterinarian. He truly cares about animals and understands their importance in people’s lives. more »»

Supervisor’s statement way off base

September 4, 2014 I am writing in regards to Johnstown Town Supervisor Nancy MacVean’s statement in the Aug. more »»

Support for museum worth remembering

September 3, 2014 The Walter Elwood Museum recently hosted its 75th Anniversary Summer Social on Aug. 9 at our new permanent home at 100 Church St. in Amsterdam. more »»

Tutors can help improve literacy in area

September 2, 2014 As the summer winds to an end and the new school year begins, our focus turns to education. more »»

Many thanks for support

September 2, 2014 Thank you to The Leader-Herald for the great article on the summer benefit concert held recently at the Mayfield United Methodist Church to benefit the St. Louis family. more »»

Small church continues to serve area

September 1, 2014 St. Joseph’s Church in Dolgeville is a small rural parish, serving a large geographic area — 283 acres of central New York. Our history traces back to the formation of St. more »»

Decorated bikes beautiful

September 1, 2014 What a great idea, combining flowers and bicycles. It is truly a pleasure to walk or ride through downtown Gloversville and enjoy the displays of flower-decorated bicycles. more »»

Testing procedures may explain scores

August 31, 2014 I’m a 1963 graduate of Gloversville High School. I remember attending GHS with many intelligent “kids” — today’s doctors, lawyers, business people and professionals — men and women alike. more »»

Fundraiser will aid home

August 31, 2014 On behalf of the board of managers of the Getman Memorial Home, I would like to thank everyone who helped make our second annual ice cream social-craft fair a success. more »»

Interest on national debt sinking U.S.

August 30, 2014 The editorial published Aug. 20 points correctly to the danger of increases in the national debt. However, putting on the brakes requires more thought than simply demanding reduced spending. more »»

Toys for Tots 5K great

August 30, 2014 On behalf of the Toys for Tots Campaign of Fulton and Montgomery Counties, I want to express my thanks to all who participated in our first 5K held in Mayfield during the Bannertown Fair. more »»

Surplus military equipment OK for cops

August 29, 2014 It makes sense for police departments to take advantage of surplus military vehicles, supplies and weapons. more »»

Feeding kids a key issue

August 29, 2014 This is in response to the recent editorial about the Summer Meals Act for children — “Who will pay for meals?” There is no political cause that could supersede feeding our children. more »»

Joining union about having a say at work

August 28, 2014 I’ve been a registered nurse at St. Mary’s for 23 years. more »»

Demand Cuomo debate

August 28, 2014 It is time for New Yorkers to write to local papers, labor unions, etc., to demand that Gov. Andrew Cuomo debate Zephyr Teachout on TV. more »»

 
 
 

 

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