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Letter to the Editor

At a social gathering I attended a discussion ensued about the feeling that some local (multigenerational) folks have a simmering, shall I call it disgruntlement, with those folks that are often … more

Week Of the Young Child

The Week of the Young Child is April 8 to April 12. Today, we know more than ever before the importance of children’s earliest years in shaping their learning and development. Yet, never … more

The Shoe Is On The Other Foot

Now that the Mueller special investigation is complete the Department of Justice announced that there is no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russians. After 675 days and … more

Senator’s Statement On Lyme Disease Funding

I strongly advocated for restoring the $1 million in funding for prevention and treatment of Lyme disease, which was included in the Senate’s one-house budget, and I was extremely … more

Confederate Flag Sends Hateful Message

I attended the Cornell Cooperative Extension meeting where residents spoke out against the presence of confederate flags at the Delaware County Fair. Everyone who spoke, including Democratic … more

Trustee Invited To Legion Meeting

An article that appeared in The Reporter a short while ago by Rosie Cunningham had mentioned perceived issues from a village trustee between the Legion and the village. The Trustee quoted in … more

Politics of Hate

I greatly regret that the political scene in American has become so hateful. I hear it constantly from DC in the national news. I hear our own Governor say things like New York isn’t so … more

Terrifying Future

I have seen the future and it is absolutely terrifying. The future I speak of is the socialist version of our country as endorsed by the slate of candidates vying for the Democrats’ 2020 … more

Letter To The Editor

On page two of the Feb. 20, 2019 edition of The Reporter there appeared an article, absent byline, in which Gov. Cuomo said that reduction in AIM funding will be made up for by “...the … more

Pay Raise for Inmates?

Last Friday, Feb. 8, I joined with direct-care workers, stakeholders, individuals with developmental disabilities, family, friends and local officials at a rally in Binghamton, demanding an … more

Thanks For the Help!

On behalf of the Walton Toy Bank, the staff of Community Bank NA Walton Office would like to thank everyone that played a part in making Christmas of 2018 another successful year. From the … more

A New Town Hall?

I read with interest the article in the Jan. 16 edition of The Reporter titled “Meredith Forms Steering Committee for New Site Plan.” Based on the comments by Supervisor Ellis and … more

Not Happy With Ms. Metzger

Ms. Metzger, how dare you pat yourself on the back for passing such horrid legislation? I am outraged enough to overcome my laziness and speak out for those in our community and country who … more

Salvation Army’s Red Kettle

The Salvation Army Captain in San Francisco decided in December of 1891, to provide a free Christmas dinner to the area’s poor persons. He secured permission from the authorities to place a … more

FM 92.1 - Oneonta?

Retirement can be a wonderful thing. No one begrudges someone who has attained this level in their career the opportunity to live on their own time schedule - unless they have animals, but … more

Letter to the Editor

Last year, I was afflicted with Lyme disease. I became stiff, fatigued, my mind felt a little slow and foggy, and I lost one-third of my strength. Although it did not stop me from successfully … more

Open Eye Theater Brunch and Auction Nov. 11

MARGARETVILLE — The Open Eye Theater will have its 14th Harvest Brunch and Auction on Sunday, Nov. 11, from noon to 3 p.m. at the Community Room on the third floor of the Margaretville Fire … more

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

The Headwaters Soccer Club, a not-profit service organization, recently completed its 29th summer camp series. There were 1,024 boys and girls who participated at the seven camps that were held. … more

‘Our Brother’s Keeper’ Launched

Our Brother’s Keeper 2018 is a group I’m launching of lay people and religious, who are going to help effect change in our Church. My pastor said in an RCIA meeting only last week: … more

I, Me, Mine: Risky Attitude

A study by health researcher Larry Scherwitz “found that people who more frequently said ‘I, me mine’ had a high risk of having a heart attack and a higher risk of their heart … more
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