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Homegrown Purchases Brighten The Holiday Season

  The holiday shopping season is in full swing and we are being hit from all sides with a seemingly endless barrage of commercials and promotions. While there are a number of factors shoppers … more

The Governor’s Overreach Must End

Throughout the course of fighting this pandemic, the state government has had its ups and downs. The successes belong to the people who acted smart and sensibly, followed health codes and advisements … more

Who Should He Call?

I read with great disgust the letter by Krisy Gashler in last week’s Reporter. Ms. Gashler seems to be so very proud of bringing the likes of a B.L.M. protest to Delhi. Its been shown of late … more

Any Ideas?

I’m at a loss to come up with a word that can be printed in a family publication that describes what Gov. Cuomo et al are doing to us to weaken the rule of law in our communities through the … more

Open Space Preservation

A number of years ago a friend and I put together a DVD titled “Parcelizing the Catskills and the Boiled Frog Syndrome” which had to do with how the continuing parcelizing and development … more

The Dos & Don’ts Of Charitable Giving 

Americans are very compassionate – donating well over $400 billion to charities annually. When someone is in need, it is in our nature to reach out and help. Thoughtful contributors deserve to … more

A Time To Give Thanks

While I typically devote my weekly column to the work of state government and the efforts of the New York State Senate to propose, deliberate, and pass laws to help improve lives, this week I wanted … more

Questions Review Process

Over the past six months, we have seen an unprecedented number of protests across the country in support of Black lives and against police brutality, including here in Delaware County, which saw a … more

Moving Forward, Together

Speaking with the people of the 122nd District in the weeks following the general election cycle has shown me a few things. First, that it’s been an incredible privilege to serve the people of … more

New York Laws Encourage Lifesaving Organ Donations

Recently, we marked Organ Donor Enrollment Day, a time to remind individuals about the importance of becoming an organ donor. The important education initiative helped spread awareness about a vital … more

A Time To Honor Our Veterans

On Veterans Day, Americans should pause and reflect on the sacrifices made by our veterans. Whether combat veterans or Cold War veterans, all who served need to be given proper praise for a job well … more

Accolades For Walton Polling Place

As Americans, it is our civic duty to cast our ballots from local elections to voting for the next president of the United States. While I was waiting in line, people kept joining our line waiting to … more
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