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Publisher's Statement: Defending the First Amendment

The Cornell Law School First Amendment Clinic issued a demand letter to Delaware County Tuesday, Aug. 22 on our behalf, seeking reinstatement of The Reporter as an official county newspaper, and for … more

Expenses for DelCo DPW projects questioned

I’d like to commend you and your reporter, Elizabeth DeFalco, for the very informative article about the money being spent on three DelCo DPW projects. Her precise accounting of the … more

Drug Treatment Court is ineffective

Drug “Treatment” Court is ineffective, hence contributing to the increase in overdose rates and children entering into the foster care system. Drug courts were created as an … more

Thank you for moving Bramley Mountain Fire Tower project forward

I would like to publicly thank all those on the Delaware County Board of Supervisors who voted yes to moving forward as the sponsoring municipality for the reconstruction of the Bramley Mountain Fire … more

The hegemony of growth

According to an article in The Reporter , July 20, 2023, a crowd so large attended the Sidney Town Council meeting of July 13 that the not-so-small meeting hall overflowed into a corridor where many … more

We Can Fight Political Disillusionment, Engage at the Local Level

My parents instilled in me that if you’re going to complain, you better be willing to offer solutions and take action. In a world where it’s easy to complain on Facebook, and garner … more

Witch-hunt at Delaware Academy?

This is a follow up letter to the letters that I wrote that were a steadfast mission to gather and gain information from concerned citizens of the former teacher at Delaware Academy. I appreciate … more

Are Americans less tolerant of firearms and 2A?

Allow me to begin with a few ancient personal anecdotes concerning the purchase, ownership and use of firearms in New York City.   In 1951, my Staten Island sixth grade public school … more

Manipulative, unethical behavior by those in charge

A recent article in the New York Times , “How Local Officials Seek Revenge on Their Hometown Newspapers”, recounted how The Reporter lost its contract printing public notices for the … more

Behind the Times

DELHI - In November 2019 publishers of The Reporter, Randy and Kim Shepard, had a choice to make: give in to Tina Molé who complained that the county was not being portrayed in a … more

Local newspapers are invaluable

I just subscribed to the online edition for a year and added a comment about the recent trouble you are getting from the local government. This is happening all over the country. You were mentioned … more

Sextortion in schools

I was skimming through The Reporter’ s letter section and I came upon Sarah Poole’s letter addressing sexting at Delaware Academy (DA) allegedly involving 30 students. While I’m not … more
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