When so much of our attention and news is centered on financial despair, arguably created by greed and mis-conduct, I believe that a little good news goes a long way during this season of Joy and Hope.
Concerning the letter presuming to bring “flawed assumptions of the facts” to light from a previous Op-Ed piece, I would simply point out that the author states only conclusions in opposition without pointing out any facts at all, much less flawed ones in the op-Ed piece.
In regards to your recent letter to the Journal I feel obligated to defend the veteran’s organizations resident in this area.
Dec. 15. Do you know what federal holiday Dec. 15 is?
Mr. Alexander, your recent “Beware the Trojan Horse” Op-Ed piece just might be one of the most myopic and self serving pieces of yours that I’ve read.
First, I am glad to receive your free weekly periodical in my mailbox each week.
Once again we would like to “Thank” everyone for their generous donations of money, cans and bottles.
This letter is in response to [Publisher Dan Alexander’s] “Trojan Horse“ column.
The Trustees of Tannery Pond Community Center Association (TPCCA) wish to gratefully thank TPCCA’s many generous supporters throughout 2014.
Proud Marine Mom Carol Boisvert, and her family, would like to say thank you to...
Concerning your editorial, “We should all be allowed to die with dignity,” I was shocked that a whole board would have such an opinion!
One of the qualities of leadership is having a sense of purpose that directs a person to use his or her strengths to help others.
May I call your readers’ attention to three recently published Adirondack books that are interesting, historical and enjoyable to read?
Brittany Maynard is a brave young person.
Jeff MacMakin from Putnam was stating flat fact about our “Democracy was taken over unlawfully on a Christmas Eve” but not in 1923 — it was in 1913.