Whether by careless adults who don’t look into neutering/spaying, financial issues or just plain neglect, wonderful furry companions sit [at shelters] and wait for them to change to show you love.
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.
I read both letters addressing the budget in Elizabethtown and wanted to comment.
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.
Thank you to the over 60 people who traveled from upstate, downstate, Vermont, New Hampshire, and NYC for the first ever, amazing, sold out Up North Yoga Conference.
This letter is in response to [Publisher Dan Alexander’s] “Trojan Horse“ column.
On behalf of the Whallonsburg Grange, we want to thank all of the volunteers, local farms and community members for making the recent Election Night Dinner such a success.
Ex-Elizabethtown Supervisor, Margaret Bartley, recently made comments in the Valley News regarding the town budget for 2015.
Concerning your editorial, “We should all be allowed to die with dignity,” I was shocked that a whole board would have such an opinion!
Reading the Valley News and the dam report on the town’s web page, I find a lot of holes in it.
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.