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Take measures to stop warming

November 1, 2015 Global warming is here.  It's human-caused, and it's advancing more rapidly than had been forecast.  Since 1970, earth's average temperature has risen about 2 degrees F. more »»

Pharmacists make contributions

November 1, 2015 October was National Pharmacists’ month, so I’d like to make folks aware of the contribution pharmacists make to their healthcare. Times have changed for the better. more »»

Gun-violence issue misrepresented

November 1, 2015 I don't know if Thomas Sowell knows it, but the only bill related to the flurry of gun violence is the one introduced in the Senate by Joe Manchin, Senator of West Virginia,  who happens to be both ... more »»

Keep elected Water Board

November 1, 2015 The Johnstown Water Board is the most answerable of any city institution because of how it is selected. more »»

Business partners appreciated

November 1, 2015 October was National Disabilities Employment Awareness Month, and at Lexington's Employment Resources, we are happy to recognize the businesses in our region that hire individuals we support to work... more »»

Vote for Smith for sheriff

November 1, 2015 On election day, Fulton County residents will be electing a new sheriff as longtime Sheriff Tom Lorey is retiring. The clear choice in this election is independent candidate Darren Smith. more »»

Blood and gore not necessary

November 1, 2015 Halloween is a tradition which I enjoyed as a child and relished in the fact that you could be a scary character of sorts for that day without your parents being alarmed or any other than honest fun... more »»

Lies abound during political campaigns

November 1, 2015 Mark Twain popularized the saying that there are three kinds of lies: “Lies, damned lies and statistics.” During political campaigns we all know of a fourth kind of lie. more »»

Giardino best choice for sheriff

November 1, 2015 ounty: I am writing to highly recommend and endorse Richard Giardino for Fulton County Sheriff. more »»

Well-qualified for Ward 6 supervisor

November 1, 2015 I am running for the second time as the Republican candidate for Ward 6 county supervisor in Gloversville. more »»

Casting vote for Westover in election

November 1, 2015 My name is Nancy MacVean and I have been the supervisor in the town of Johnstown for the past four years. In September I lost the primary so I will not be on the ballot in November. more »»

Members should be independent thinkers

November 1, 2015 Some in the city of Gloversville may recall I was on the Gloversville Common Council from 2004-2007. more »»

Agrees with Westover on county needs

November 1, 2015 I would like to take a moment to let the taxpayers of the town of Johnstown know a little bit about one of their candidates for town supervisor. more »»

Turn manure into fertilizer

October 25, 2015 Following up on the recent letter by an area gentleman in which he expressed negative feelings toward those horse “plops” frequently and freely distributed on rural highways by generous Amish... more »»

Generosity will aid MHA in helping kids

October 25, 2015 On behalf of the Mental Health Association in Fulton & Montgomery counties, I would like to personally thank the Fulton County Tourism Department of the Fulton Montgomery Regional Chamber of Commerc... more »»

Mary Farley good pick for court

October 25, 2015 I am enthusiastically endorsing Mary Farley for election to the Supreme Court for the 4th Judicial District. She is eminently qualified and deserves election to this important positio. more »»

Young has earned re-election to post

October 25, 2015 I’m writing to encourage the people in the 5th Ward of Gloversville to re-elect Gregory Young for supervisor.  I did not vote for Mr. more »»

Wentworth shows needed qualities

October 25, 2015 To the Voters of the 1st Ward: I’m a former councilman and deputy mayor of Gloversvill. more »»

Thanks for chance to run for council

October 25, 2015 I would like to thank the community for allowing me this opportunity to run for a spot on the council in the November general election for the town of Johnstown. more »»

Keep Johnstown’s Water Board

October 25, 2015 Johnstown Mayor Michael Julius has criticized and not communicated with the Johnstown Water Board from the moment he became mayor. more »»



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