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To the Editor:

As the date of the annual I Love my Library Gala approaches, I am pleased to be able to offer a look at some of the offerings of the evening up for silent auction and live auction. 

To the Editor:

My name is Rhianon Sherry and I am a senior attending Berne-Knox-Westerlo High School.  I have been a student at BKW since kindergarten.  I have many good memories of my years attending this school and have met some fantastic people.

To the Editor:

We wanted to take a moment to thank all of our supporters for their generosity and kindness during the holiday season.

To the Editor:

Do not have lunch at home alone.

Come to a wonderful luncheon. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesdays in Altamont at the St. Lucy/St. Bernadette Parish Center on Grand Street. This is open to anyone 60 or over.

To the Editor:

I read with sadness your article regarding the sinkage of membership in Voorheesville’s Kiwanis Club.  As an active member of my church, I see a trend here that is disturbing.  We, too, suffer from lack of active participation of younger people. 

To the Editor:

As many of you know, during my campaign last year for town supervisor, I spoke with hundreds of my neighbors in Knox and learned what is important to them.  The two items that came up most often were basic services (milk and eggs, gas, postal services) and opportunity for growth of businesses. 

To the Editor:

What's wrong in Berne is Wright in Middleburgh.

To the Editor:

It is long overdue that we, the next generation, thank our parents, relatives, and neighbors for what they did for us during the Great War. We need to remember that these great people fought two wars and two countries at once.

To the Editor:

I would like to comment on your Jan. 16, editorial “Good dialogue makes good neighbors.” The editorial speaks to the dispute between neighbors Ms. Barbara Huba and Mr. Michele Salerno. 

To the Editor:

The closing of the Highlands has evoked bittersweet memories. Many people passed through its doors. Some we know, many we didn’t.

During the eight years the restaurant was open, it became a meeting place for many. If you didn’t know each other, in time you did.

To the Editor:

Should pit bulls be allowed to be pets? I strongly believe pit bulls are good pets. Other people think pit bulls are bad pets.

Pit bulls can make good family pets, but it matters how you train them. If you train them good, they will be good. If you train them bad, they will be bad.

To the Editor:

Nicotine, is it a good thing? Some people say it is; some others disagree.

After considering all the reasons, I firmly believe that nicotine should not be allowed to be sold in stores.

To the Editor:

I grew up just off the southern edge of the Tug Hill plateau. The area was much like our Hilltowns with a lot, lot more snow! There were a few largish farms and many small diversified, dairy based farms.

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