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DA School Board: Time to Self-Reflect

I hope the board members responsible for wording and the layout of propositions are completely embarrassed as they failed the taxpayers, teachers and students of the district. I’m a Middle … more

Mayor Unhappy with Article

In last week’s Reporter, I was surprised to read an unflattering article about a recent state budget audit of the Village of Franklin. Leading with the headline: “Village of Franklin … more

Week of the Young Child: April 16 - 20

The Week of the Young Child is April 16 through April 20. Today it is known more than ever the importance of children’s earliest years in shaping their learning and development. Yet, never … more

Supervisor Supports More, Better River Access

I was very excited to read Lillian Browne’s article: “River Access, Boat Launches Will Boost Economy, Anglers Say” in this week’s Reporter. I couldn’t agree more! … more

Contracts Instead of New Facility?

Glad to hear that the DCBOS is still debating a decision on the DPW, and may still avoid boondoggles like the Andel Inn or the Office of the Aging kitchen. Since the only dog I personally have in … more

Don’t Worry, Vote Early

I’m enthusiastic at the prospect of seeing New York join the 37 states that already provide access for early voters, especially now that the proposed legislation offers a minimal cost … more

Fan in the Stands

After a recent occurrence at a local basketball game involving the Sheriff and a civilian, I believe it’s imperative to take the perspective of a concerned citizen involved in this matter. … more

MARK Project - Clarified

It has been brought to my attention that you received a press release about the Ag Incubator Coming to Andes. I am taking this opportunity to set the record straight about the MARK Project who … more

School Walkouts Not the Answer

My family all lives near Douglas High school in Florida and our prayers and condolences go to victims and their families. Let’s look at the solution rather than just more fake news/media … more

Disappointed in Cooks Falls-Horton Fire Dept.

On Friday, when Winter Storm Riley came through leaving us with no power in the Horton area: From March 2 through March 7, we were left with no power, water, or heat. I would like to say that I … more

50th and Final Delaware/ Wayne County Snowbird Picnic

This morning my husband Eddie said, “Time to let the Hancock Herald, Deposit Courier and Walton Reporter readers know about the picnic.” Last year, due to the low attendance, it … more

Pray It Back

Another school shooting. My prayers and condolences go out again. So the media erupts with their rants about guns are the problem, maybe? Then a few about mental health is the issue, yes. Pundits … more
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