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Letter signers are whiny

This is in response to the letter sent to The Reporter March 8. Trying to edit copy before it goes to print is overreach. Please look up the First Amendment. I presume the letter was composed by Tina … more

Just the facts, please

In their wisdom, our founding fathers gave a long list of particulars to justify their break from Great Britain. “When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to … more

DelCo supervisors should be embarrassed

It’s hard to be shocked in 2023 by what some politicians will do and say, but a bunch of our local officials certainly gave it a go. The Reporter is far from the best newspaper in the world, … more

Student sexting is not a secret Open letter to Delaware Academy:

I have held my tongue as long as I can. I feel that you have failed our community. The rumor around town, that you have been trying to keep hush hush, is that over 30 students were discovered by the … more

Shame on supervisors

My absolute astonishment regarding the condemnation by the Delaware County Board of Supervisors, is of embarrassment to live in Delaware County! Have those that signed ever heard of the U.S. … more

The Reporter deserves more credit

I would like to share my opinion on the actions of The Reporter and their staff. First of all, the main reason I signed the county letter of “reprimand” was in support of our department … more

Veterans director will be missed

Charlie Piper has been a friend and advocate to area veterans. His expertise and enthusiasm in dealing with issues, and his assistance in obtaining benefits veterans have earned, has been a very … more

Supervisors, reporter, Mountain Eagle transparency, motivation questioned

The March 17, 2023 cover of The Mountain Eagle (“County: ‘No Confidence’ in Walton Reporter) is deeply disturbing for several reasons — but not about The Reporter . Here is a … more

Paid parking drawbacks

The use of parking meters to generate revenue is an interesting concept. The use of parking meters to discourage people who work in the village from parking on Main Street is curious. They are really … more

Inspire fear and people will comply

There are so many concerns about the condition of our beautiful state. New York is, in my opinion, one of the most gorgeous of all 50. We have mountains, oceans, hills, lakes, and currently … more

NYS Environmental Bond Act important for Watershed

On Election Day 2022, New York voters have a rare opportunity to cast their vote on a ballot initiative that would create a substantial and long-term investment in protecting and restoring New … more

Vote for the person, vote for the party

In general, as a matter of logic, I avoid generalizing about large groups of people. However, the current political climate, notably the polarized stances of the parties, warrants an exception. The … more
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