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Arab states must take lead in terrorism fight

Friday, March 13, 2015
*Arab states must take lead in terrorism fight
*Two problems with tests need attention
*City needs game plan for removal of snow
*People can learn from backyard chickens
*Don’t let Clarkson overshadow Union
*Sysco merger claims are difficult to digest
 

Region will benefit by merger of chambers

Thursday, March 12, 2015
*Region will benefit by merger of chambers
*Schneiderman absent over party’s scandals
*Recipes that include chicken contain meat
*Tenure helps protect top-quality teachers
*Duanesburg water outage not a big deal
*Moving cars for snow removal worth trouble
*Paper appears to be leaning too far left
 

Not all students learn the same way and shouldn't be treated the same

Thursday, March 12, 2015
*Not all students learn the same way and shouldn't be treated the same
*Only consider facts when considering opinion on climate change
 

Nice to see positive review of jazz festival

Wednesday, March 11, 2015
*Nice to see positive review of jazz festival
*Rally raises concerns about role of money
*Don’t be so quick to judge based on class
*GOP, not Obama, to blame for problems
*Government should not be in job creation
 

Stop using overtime in retirement benefits

Tuesday, March 10, 2015
*Stop using overtime in retirement benefits
*Obama’s bad foreign policy cause of woes
*Numbers tell the true story about our debt
*Let paraprofessionals have a fair contract
 

Victims should have say in reporting of campus sex assaults

Tuesday, March 10, 2015
*Victims should have say in reporting of campus sex assaults
*Be aware of colorectal cancer
*Column on unemployment not backed up by facts
 

City potholes await divine intervention

Monday, March 9, 2015
*City potholes await divine intervention
*Park funding could be used to help people
*Remember history of pipelines in Schoharie
*Mayor clarifies snow removal situation
*Investing in parks a good use of tax $$
 

Obama doesn't have America's bests interests at heart

Monday, March 9, 2015
*Obama doesn't have America's bests interests at heart
*New Peace Corps volunteer urges more support of foreign aid
 

Minimum wage hike will benefit everyone

Sunday, March 8, 2015
*Minimum wage hike will benefit everyone
*More can be done to save Rotterdam mall
*Ending bus service would help taxpayers
*Provide officers more preparation for stress
*Spread out money to spruce up more parks
 

Reading NASA report would clear up confusion on global warming

Sunday, March 8, 2015
*Reading NASA report would clear up confusion on global warming
*Letters don't paint accurate picture
*Governor: Let teachers teach and students learn
 

Don’t put much stock in measurements

Saturday, March 7, 2015
*Don’t put much stock in measurements
*Agree with writer on blue laws, honesty
*Look at science to get right view of warming
*Writer missed point of letter on advocacy
*Schenectady should get big play at casino
*Don’t blame state for upstate's problems
 

Letter writer pepetuated stereotypes

Saturday, March 7, 2015
*Letter writer pepetuated stereotypes
*Governor being a bully to get his education reforms through
*Many options for Rotterdam mall
 

Edison Ave. deserves pothole relief as well

Friday, March 6, 2015
*Edison Ave. deserves pothole relief as well
*Free press no excuse to ridicule religions
*Agree on Christians; S-G capital project
*Near-crash a wakeup call to unsafe drivers
*‘Experts’ might know a little about climate
*Lawmakers should reject Cuomo reforms
 

Chicken backers not thinking of neighbors

Thursday, March 5, 2015
*Chicken backers not thinking of neighbors
*APF cares about protecting animals
*Union goalie reflects positively on program
*Businesses should have to pay fair share
*Is there enough time left to save planet?
 

Town could have paid for water upgrades

Wednesday, March 4, 2015
*Town could have paid for water upgrades
*Paraprofessionals are underpaid in district
*Upset about demise of Rotterdam mall
*Better alternatives to robotic hysterectomy
 
 

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