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To the editor: The countdown to kickoff has begun! Football fans everywhere are coming together to watch one of the most highly anticipated games of the year. And of course, this beloved American … more
To the editor: Most of us dutifully pay our Social Security taxes every payday, fulfilling our obligation as citizens, with the expectation that at year’s end our 1040 will either ask for a … more
To the editor:  I would like to commend you guys and thank you for a great little paper. In addition to hyper local news, I find the ads for local businesses most helpful. We’re a … more
To the editor: In regard to the letter to the editor published on November 29, “Mascots Deserve More Credit,” by Brent Lawrence, I could not agree more. Brent, you are 100 percent … more
To the editor: In his Dec. 24 column Ed Townsend hit upon a theme that he's raised in the past.  “Once again this Christmas has seen the rights of Christians being somewhat called into … more
Milford, PA To the editor: I’ve had enough brushes with the law to understand the benefit of being White and having resources, and while I’m no expert in bail reform details it … more
Grahamsville To the editor: As someone who served as an Election Inspector this past Election Day, I must take issue with Nadia Rajsz’s comments during the Thursday, December 8 meeting of … more
Liberty, NY To the editor: Judging from your editorial of December 2, it seems that “ageism” is one of the few remaining socially acceptable forms of bigotry. A strange kind of … more
Forestburgh To the editor: Your article entitled "Forestburgh ZBA denies Lost Lakes permit appeal" on December 10, 2022 is factually incorrect when it states that "The denied building … more
Bethel To the editor:  The headline of this article implies that the ensuing discussion was personal in nature, a notion which is categorically false. This seated Legislature has set … more
To the editor: Bees need us.  They are being killed by neurotoxins called neonicotinoids (neonics for short).  Just one neonic-treated corn seed has enough active ingredients to kill … more
To the editor: On December 7, 1804, the first house was being completed by the founder of my hometown, Monticello, New York, by John Patterson Jones of Connecticut.  His ambition to carve … more
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