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Public Notices Protect Your Right To Know

Governments today are larger, more pervasive and more powerful than any time in our history. Fortunately for those of us who believe in self-governance, newspapers are still around. And, … more

Residents Deserve Relief From Runaway Utility Bills

Our utility bills are out of control. I receive calls every day from residents who say their bills have doubled or even tripled over the last several months when compared with last year; 161,393 … more

Watch Your Meter Readings!

I don’t understand electricity. I have solar panels for my main house but that is for economy and ecology. I’m on the grid so my meter is read by remote. I also have a small apartment … more

Desperate Times, Desperate Measures

This should make Americans ask the fundamental question: What is the difference between what a public non-profit utility company provides and what a private for-profit oil company provides? After all … more

Political Talking Points Cost Taxpayers?

As a taxpayer in the town of Middletown, I would like to respectfully request an accounting of how much town money was spent on the erroneous decision to revoke the Catskill Watershed … more

Margaretville Hospital Committed To Community

Contrary to published reports, Margaretville Hospital is an important component of WMCHealth’s strategic plan and a critical point of care for the patients we proudly serve in Delaware … more

Preventing Addiction, Building Recovery-Friendly Communities

Last year, the United States witnessed a record number of deaths from drug overdoses - 100,000 - and most were from opioids. Communities in the Catskill region contributed to this awful statistic. … more

Senseless Time Change & 10-Digit Dialing

Thank you Schumer, Gillibrand, and Delgado for continuing the senseless, disruptive, annoying, and unhealthy twice-a-year clock change. Thank you for not even trying to end it. But you all sure do … more

Fair-For-All Flaggers

And so the “weeping and gnashing of teeth” over the sale of Confederate flags at the county fair still drags on and on. The board of supervisors, whom it would seem, would have enough to … more

What’s the Cost Of (In)justice?

Congratulations to Ms. Scuderi-Hunter, the former DSS Commissioner, for largely clearing her name. In their recent judgment, the Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court, Third Division, … more

Residents Deserve Optimal Care At Delhi Rehab & Nursing Center

I am writing regarding the article written on Feb. 23, regarding the Delhi Rehab and Nursing Center. I rebut the statement of DRNC Corporate Administrator Theresa Creedon as she and the corporate RN … more

Labels Should Be Questioned

Spring must be near - ants are back in the house, larva are squirming in their galls, and the Fair For Us - uh, “All” - folks have found their keyboard. (Thanks, Reporter, for giving them … more
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