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Tedisco can beat Democrat

September 4, 2016 I am writing this letter in support of Jim Tedisco because I feel strongly that he is the only Republican primary candidate that is capable of beating the Democratic challenger in November. more »»

Tedisco: outstanding public servant

September 4, 2016 It seems like nowadays, many of the political newcomers are jumping on the “career politicians need to go” band wagon. more »»

Climate changes threaten Adirondacks

September 4, 2016 I love the Adirondacks. I cherish my time here — from childhood with family and friends, through school years, then including my wife and children. more »»

Isabella’s office deserves thanks

September 4, 2016 On Aug. 24, our water line to our house broke causing a major lea. more »»

Soccer raises breast cancer awareness

September 4, 2016 Nearly all of us know someone — a family member, a neighbor, a friend, a coworker — whose life has been changed by a diagnosis of breast cancer. more »»

I’m voting no on Proposition #1

September 4, 2016 The greater Johnstown School District will have a special district vote on Sept. 15 for residents to vote yes or no on Proposition #1. The district plans to purchase the old J.F. more »»

What has Tedisco done? Vote Klueg

September 4, 2016 As we get further into the election season and watch the reprehensible action taken by a county GOP committee, it is time to reflect on our opportunities this fall. After 41 years in office Se. more »»

Jim Tedisco helped our community

September 4, 2016 In June 2006, many communities in the Mohawk Valley flooded. The village of St. more »»

Services no longer needed at The Glove

September 4, 2016 I feel the need to speak for many people who have worked hard as volunteers — sometimes day after day — trying to bring The Glove back to its former glory. more »»

National Park’s 100th Anniversary

August 28, 2016 To numerous, totally dedicated conservationists, trees clear the air, conserve top soil, protect our water supplies, help slow climate change by absorbing carbon dioxide. more »»

Thank you from the Pine Tree Rifle Club

August 28, 2016 On behalf of the Pine Tree Rifle Club, the members would like to thank area businesses and donors for their generous contributions making the seventh annual motorcycle benefit ride an outstanding an... more »»

Quality of health care will continue

August 28, 2016 On Aug. 16, three hospitals in the Utica, Watertown and Capital Region were served with strike notices from the New York State Nurses Association. more »»

Thank you, person who threw bottle

August 28, 2016 I just want to thank the person who threw a water bottle out of his window on Route 29A on Aug. 17 between 4 and 4:30. I’m glad you were thirsty and drank some of the water. more »»

Headlines indicate climate change real

August 28, 2016 Do you wonder if climate change is real?  Here are some headlines that indicate that it is. “Sao Paulo, Brazil, a City of 20 million People in Severe Drought, Due to Climate Change and Deforestation. more »»

North Main church gets new pastor

August 28, 2016 As the “new kid in town,” pastoring North Main Street United Methodist Church, I am quite excited about the treasure that is that church. more »»

Local Zen-Do Kai a crucial service

August 28, 2016 There’s an extremely crucial service being offered in Johnstown that I feel may be overlooke. more »»

Senate primary should be a focus

August 28, 2016 Dear Fulton County Friends — while we continue to experience the roller coaster ride that is the national race for president this year and although our focus is necessarily on November, let us not... more »»

Woodworking, arts event a success

August 28, 2016 The Northville Rotary Club would like to thank all who helped make its eighth annual Woodworking and Fine Arts Weekend on July 15 through 17 an overwhelming success. more »»

Thank you for support of Railfest

August 28, 2016 As a member of the 12th annual Gloversville Railfest Organizing Committee, I, along with members Ellen Anadio, Logan Barclay and Vanessa Williams, would like to thank the community for your support... more »»

ohnstown political landscape a minefield

August 28, 2016 Tim Cellary’s party name of “Crazy Year” seems right on the mark for this political silly season and the city of Johnstown’s political landscape is a minefield where you’re as apt to die in office a... more »»



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