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DelCo Supervisors: There are better ways to handle asylum seekers

The Delaware County Board of Supervisors (BOS) recently declared a preemptive state of emergency over fears that New York City’s government may try to resettle some of its current 71,000 asylum … more

Pride is about community and visibility

Last Monday, May 8, 2023, individual residents from Roxbury, Walton and Delhi proposed their town councils adopt a proclamation to honor June as Pride month in their towns. The town council in … more

Thanks for scenic trail repairs!

The Hobart Rotary Club wishes to express our gratitude to Billy Eklund of Eklund Farm Machinery, and to farmers John Snellbaker and Melinda Gaida of Prospect Farms, both of Stamford, for their … more

Support Walton library funding proposition

Before next week’s school budget vote and the vote on the proposition to increase the taxes levied by the William B. Ogden Library by 2%, I would like to try to clear up a misconception many … more

Cancer Services Program saves lives

Cancer is the second leading cause of death in New York state. In 2019, there were over 118,000 new cases of cancer and nearly 34,000 New Yorkers died of the disease.   NYS Department of … more

Mass immigration to America: time for an endgame?

World War II and the decades immediately preceding and following it are the most pivotal/pregnant events in world history. Global fascism in the 1930s (Spain, Germany, Italy and Japan) threatened the … more

Becky Jean Sines

A graveside service for Becky Jean Sines will be held on Friday, May 12, 2023 1 p.m. at Walton Cemetery, 55 Fancher Avenue, Walton, with Pastor Larry Light, officiating.   Memorial … more

‘Time and Patience’ at a premium

I was disappointed but not surprised, to see the article written about the Reporter in the Mountain Eagle titled “County - No Confidence in Walton Reporter.” It reeks of the arrogance and … more

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

Publisher's Statement: The Reporter will not be deterred

On March 9, 2023, the Delaware County Board of Supervisors clerk sent a letter signed by department heads and supervisors to the publisher of The Reporter alleging articles published over the past … 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

U.S. guns are legal, legion and lethal

Guns owned legally by the American public number 350 to 400 million, including rifles, shotguns, pistols and revolvers, listed according to their share of the total number. It is the largest number … more
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