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Walton LGBTQ+ residents face discrimination

The June 16 article titled “Town of Walton wrestles over Pride Month Proclamation” suggests that residents of Walton identifying as LGBTQ+ have not faced any discrimination at all, and I … more

Gumo Article Has False Statements

The article written by Lillian Browne in the March 9 edition of The Reporter, titled “Delhi Justice Removed From Criminal Cases” is replete with falsehood. I am the attorney discussed in … more

Death With Dignity Deserves Support

As things stand right now, none of us in New York state is legally permitted to end our own life, nor is anyone else permitted to do so, even with our permission/request. There are chemicals, among … more

Middletown Supervisor Made False Statements

As Executive Director of the Catskill Watershed Corporation (CWC) I was surprised to read your front page article of Jan. 19 titled “Middletown Supervisor Decries CWC Tax Exempt … more

Frank Ward is Wrong, Climate Change Is Man Made

In July of 1977, James Black, a senior scientist at Exxon, told the giant oil company’s management committee, the executives in charge of its various businesses, that the global climate was … more

An Open Letter To the Thief:

On Thursday, Dec. 9, the padded stool left in the Big M foyer for the Salvation Army bell ringers was in place when the last ringer left. On Friday morning, at 9 a.m., the stool was gone. … more

New Form of Government For Delaware County

‘The time is always right to do what is right’...Dr. Martin Luther King. There are a handful of New York state counties run by a board. Most others have a county executive, a … more

DelCo Supervisors Jeopardize Small Businesses

The Delaware County Board of Supervisors has put nearly 300 small businesses in political crossfire under the supervision of Chairwoman Tina Molé of Bovina. Since the early 1960’s, … more

DelCo Supervisors : Brass Knuckles Politics

It’s rare that our Board of Supervisors manages such a twofer: simultaneously discarding a productive relationship of the past 60 years and discouraging future participation in the democratic … more

DelCo Chamber Troubled By Supervisors’ Vote

The decision by the Delaware County Board of Supervisors on Nov. 23 to remove the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce as the tourism promotion agent after 60 years is bewildering and … more

Leadership Needed From Supervisors

The spike in COVID-19 cases in Delaware County is alarming. It’s time for the board of supervisors to take action and address the problem here. Delaware County Public Health has worked very … more

Ethics Lacking At Board of Supervisors

This is a shout-out and thank you to Stamford Supervisor John Kosier for responding to his constituents’ requests and voting with his conscience in the Nov. 30 session of the DelCo Board of … more
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