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Bring troops home; spend money here

July 19, 2014 Most Americans are proud of our country, and rightfully so, because we have freedom of choice. more »»

New York can improve nursing homes

July 18, 2014 According to Families for Better Care’s Nursing Home Report Card, New York is one of 11 states receiving an F grade. more »»

House smells like camp fire due to pits

July 17, 2014 I do not understand why people in the city would be allowed to have fire pits in their yards. During the summer months, my neighbor and I use window fans to cool our houses. more »»

Up to us to make city livable, workable

July 16, 2014 While I was walking recently I couldn’t help but notice many of the storm drains on our Gloversville streets are completely covered with leaves, plastic bags and many other types of debris. more »»

U.S. meant to be one nation under God

July 15, 2014 Let me begin with a direct quote from one of the most famous Americans in all of American history. As you read this quote, consider the thoughts and emotions that rise up and roll around inside you. more »»

Voting will help stop anti-gun efforts

July 14, 2014 Gun owners and gun enthusiasts: Consider the calls for a new national waiting period, reauthorizing and expanding the so-called “assault weapons ban,” the state’s Secure Ammunition and Firearms... more »»

Stop the school reform merry-go-round

July 13, 2014 It is time to give up the concept of school reform the way we are presently going about it in the United States. We are spending billions of dollars and getting nowhere. more »»

Hope repaving goes well

July 13, 2014 It’s nice to see Gloversville is going to repave 23 of the streets that need it the most. more »»

Painful to watch U.S. turn to plutocracy

July 12, 2014 Once again, the world is witnessing what happens when a government shows a callous disregard for the common good of its people, choosing exclusion and self-aggrandizement instead. more »»

Donations helped make fireworks shine

July 11, 2014 The Johnstown Area Community Center would like to take this time to give thanks for the generous donations from our local businesses and individuals that made our Star Spangled Fireworks celebration... more »»

Pleased with turnout for parade, program

July 10, 2014 The Gloversville Parade Committee would like to thank all the parade and program participants. more »»

Holy Spirit leads to true character change

July 9, 2014 The world believes conduct determines character. For example, the world believes if you act good and perform good deeds, it is a reflection of your character. more »»

Restrictions in park in place for a reason

July 8, 2014 I am writing in response to an article and editorial about the declining population in the Adirondacks. more »»

Project Action helping to protect kids

July 7, 2014 We need Project Action Tobacco-Free Coalition of Hamilton, Fulton and Montgomery counties and their partners. They shed light on the dangers of tobacco advertising to our children. more »»

Civic Band makes music for all ears

July 6, 2014 The Gloversville Civic Band will begin their summer concert series Wednesday. The series will run through Aug. 6. Concerts start at 7 p.m. more »»

Cats will be happy inside

July 6, 2014 This letter is a reply to Susan Tennant’s letter to the editor. Thank you very much for helping me educate people on feline distemper and feline leukemia. more »»

Changes would make graduation better

July 5, 2014 The recent Johnstown High School graduation ceremony was a miserable experience for me, my family, and clearly for many others in attendance as well: inaudible sound, poor acoustics and way too long... more »»

City officials should appreciate league

July 4, 2014 My brother, Harley Fuller, has made a constant effort to get the Gloversville Common Council on his side regarding the use of the Darling Field basketball courts for his annual summer league. more »»

Joe Hall deserves fame

July 4, 2014 In reference to a recent article in The Leader Herald’s sports section concerning Joe Hall being inducted into the Canton Football Hall of Fame: I just want to say I believe there is no more... more »»

‘Unfortunate incident’ act of terrorism

July 3, 2014 On June 21, The Leader-Herald published a letter to the editor penned by John Bender, titled “What about other attacks?” A few things in his piece demand a response, in my opinion. more »»



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