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Rally Response

An interesting “tidbit” as concerns the “anti-police rally” in Delhi on July 31. One of the movers and shakers behind the “hate cops affair” is a gentleman named … more

The Virus Doesn’t Care

By now all of us should have noticed that the virus doesn’t care about what any of us wants. Its sole intent is to infect, and it is extremely good at that. The fact that infection numbers are … more

One Finger Pointed, Three Returned

We were taught that when you point a finger at someone, three fingers point back at you. There’s been a lot of finger pointing lately. Perhaps many believed they’d never use the logic … more

Excuses

It made me ill to read Steve Condon’s racist, hurtful, and ignorant posts, and it makes me even more ill to know that he represents the Walton community as its mayor. Mr. Condon should step … more

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

Facts About Asthma

As we continue to contend with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the many health issues that come along with it, other illnesses and medical conditions require our ongoing attention. Asthma, a … more

State Correction Officers Needed

As young people consider their futures, some may want to think about working for New York state in various positions of law enforcement and correctional services. The state periodically has … 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

New York State Parks: Perfect Summer Getaways

As families and individuals look for ways to enjoy the wonderful summer weather, people need to look no further than our local state parks. July is Park and Recreation Month across the nation and … more

Governor’s State Of State Misses The Mark 

The 2020 New York State legislative session got its official start a few days ago with the governor’s State of the State address. While the governor mentioned a few ideas I can back, for the … more
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