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Senator’s endorsement of Oberacker continues

We are at an incredibly important crossroads in New York and here locally. We need thoughtful leadership in Albany that will look out for our interests and set the state on a course for a positive … more

Repulsed by 11-year-old’s arrest

I am repulsed by the actions of Delaware County Chairwoman Tina Mole, the Bovina Town Board, Sheriff Craig DuMond, and District Attorney John Hubbard with regard to the prosecution and arrest of an … more

Stewardship vs. Acquisition

A recent article in The Reporter provided information about the New York City funded Streamside Acquisition Program (SAP). The SAP has been operating as a pilot program in the Schoharie Reservoir … more

Do not think it cannot happen here...

Ben Franklin once said anyone who is willing to sacrifice a freedom for a little temporary security deserves neither freedom nor security. Don’t think it cannot happen here. Gideon John … more

DelCo, Walton need diversity!

I think it important to let your readers know that not everyone shares the white nationalist views of your frequent correspondent. We are recent arrivals in Walton, having purchased our home here in … more

Support for sheriff, against bail reform

Mr Gell has hit another long foul ball (goes a long way, doesn’t count) in the 7/21 Reporter with his lost-in-the-woods letter, following his embarrassing post of 6/16. Neither Sheriff … more

DuMond’s self-serving swipe at the legislature

According to his promotional bio on the website of the New York State Sheriff’s Association (NYSSA), Sheriff Craig DuMond “believes the office of sheriff should never be … more

God-given right to weapons?

Regarding Sheriff DuMond’s recent missive on state gun laws, I’m wondering where he and his association buddies found in the Bible that “our Creator” gave Americans the divine … more

Talk on the Street

There is something for everyone during the summer in Delaware County. We asked Delaware County residents what they look forward to most in the summer. Here’s what they had to say: more

Immigrants, color, sexual preference

My father fought in World War ll. He worked on waterproofing for the D-Day Invasion. My mother worked in the Scovill plant in Waterbury, Conn., filling bombs. Both sets of my grandparents were … more

Talk on the Street

In March, the previous record-high for gas prices in the United States, set in 2008, was surpassed when gas prices reached over $4.12. Since then, gas prices have only increased, with one in five gas … more

Editor’s Note

Last week, The Reporter printed a letter to editor without verbally confirming the identity of the author, as is our policy. We regret the oversight and remind those who wish to have an opinion … more
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