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To open, or not to open, THAT is the question!

I have spent 25+ years providing a safe and healthy learning environment for staff and students in our area and took pride in doing so. I have conducted countless Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) … more

A Heartfelt Thanks To Delaware County

I would like to take this opportunity to express my deepest appreciation and thanks for the outpouring of support the Sheriff’s Office has received regarding last Thursday’s protest in … more

Super Commends Law Enforcement

Today (Thursday, July 30, 2020) in Delaware County a small group of people exercised their right to peacefully protest what they have described as unfair and unlawful treatment of prisoners detained … more

A Question Of Guide Rails

With regard to the July 22, 2020 article concerning Colchester Town Council’s most recent meeting, we would like to make a brief comment. Ken Eck (Highway Supt.) determined that no hazardous or … more

Wasn’t Invited

I was inspired by the photo layout of the “BLM Mobile Rally” (Reporter 6/24/20), a drive to show support for Black Lives Matter. Since the title was in caps, I assume the support is for … more

Supports Voting By Mail

COVID-19 is wreaking havoc on our families, our economy, and our elections. But Congress has the power to intervene right now. In response to safety concerns and pressure from constituents like … more

Life Is Rarely Fair

It is with sadness that I read a rant against a woman’s right to choose by one who apparently never witnessed the many cases where a safe abortion was the right thing to do. When a young woman … more

Support Local Farmers During COVID Recovery

June is National Dairy Month and right now, our dairy farmers could use our support and gratitude. Throughout the entire coronavirus pandemic, our dairy farmers have worked tirelessly to continue … more

New Nation Near Treadwell

In keeping with the activities in Seattle I’ve made a decision. I’m going to break away from the village of Treadwell, and establish the nation of Canfieldia on my 5.5 acres.  The … more

Delhi Rally

“The crowd does not speak with one voice.”   Apparently this one did, at least with voices of a few, not counting the one from the guy with the “BLM causes more … more

All Humans are People, Not All People are Human.

Black lives matter. All life matters. But right now, black lives need protection. They need help. They have been subject to hidden racism for far too long.  Growing up in a small, … more

SUNY Delhi Releases Statement On Racism and Injustice

On behalf of SUNY Delhi Athletics, SUNY Delhi wishes to address the current issues concerning racial injustice and inequality across our country: We can’t breathe. The events that have … more

An Old-Fashioned Patriot’s Opinion

Since I’ve had the displeasure of reading some glowing depictions of Governor Cuomo by some of your correspondents recently, allow me to dispel these accolades. For a long time now, Cuomo … more

Economy Will Recover; The Dead Cannot

In the 4/22/20 edition of The Reporter, Assemblyman Cliff Crouch, an otherwise good man, offered his opinion to begin lifting restrictions for the coronavirus on a regional basis, rural areas like … more

Put Community First

First let me say that I hope all of you are well during these very stressful times. The demographics of Delaware County makes these times even more difficult and challenging (over 30% of Delaware … more

GaGa Over Gov

In her 3/25/20 Opinion column in the Reporter, Susan Barnett has catapulted herself to the top of the list of things we don’t need - a biased reporter.  Her ga-ga effusing, at length, over … more

Ask For Help

As the inhabitants of the world try to deal with the effects of the coronavirus, it would be well to remember the scripture in 2 Chronicles 7;13.  “When I shut up heaven and there is no … more

Cross Out Coronavirus Challenge

In the book of Exodus, the children of Israel painted blood on the door posts of their homes for the Passover. When God saw the blood, He “passed over.” As a believing Christian … more

Not Happy About Changing Clocks

By now, most of us are still “adjusting” to the Spring clock change. The clock change does serious damage to our health, as well as being annoying and useless. I’ve called and … more

Franklin Board Feels Reporting Inaccurate

With respect to the Town of Franklins’ recent land purchase and “new building” options, it is our hope that many of the inferences and comments written in some of our local … more
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