LETTER: Whither Tom Boylan?

To the Editor:

Whither Tom Boylan?

In November 2017, Tom Boylan ran for Madison County Supervisor to represent Wards 4, 5 and 6 in the city of Oneida. I voted for Tom, and I’m a constituent.

At least I think I am.

Tom took office in January of 2018. His record of attendance and […]

LETTER: Are McConnell and colleagues involved in Russia scandal?

To the Editor:

Why would a Senate majority leader block a possible veto-proof Congress from opening the government?

The 800,000 people who are struggling without paychecks must be asking the same question.

In my opinion, the unrealistic border wall myth is a distraction from what many of us suspect: that some Republican members of […]

LETTER: YWCA Mohawk Valley, Liberty Resources Help Restore Hope Center: Another great year of awareness and community support

Representatives of the Oneida Indian Nation join YWCA Mohawk Valley and Liberty Resources Help Restore Hope Center staff to celebrate the successful outcome of the Purple Ribbon Campaign. Photo courtesy Oneida Indian Nation

To the Editor:

This fall, thousands of small bright purple ribbons lined the walls of local SavOn convenience and Maple Leaf […]

LETTER: Salka thanks supporters

To the Editor:

As we prepare to start a new year and swear in new leadership for the 121st Assembly District, I would like to take this opportunity to thank all who supported me in this past election; for those who did not, I hope to gain your trust through hard work, accountability and […]

LETTER: Scherz thanks volunteers, attendees of ninth annual holiday party

LETTER: Scherz thanks volunteers, attendees of ninth annual holiday party

Pictured from left are Oneida County Sheriff Rob Maciol, state Assemblyman Ken Blankenbush and Councilman Fritz Scherz.

Many heartfelt thanks to everyone (volunteers and attendees) who helped make my ninth annual holiday party for town of Verona residents Dec. 2 a huge success. Fabulous […]

Thanks those who helped with appreciation dinner for veterans

Pictured from left are Verona Vietnam veteran Frank Buda (Navy) and Councilman Fritz Scherz Nov. 11 at the eighth annual thank you dinner for town of Verona veterans. Veterans from the Air Force, Army, Marines and Navy attended with their families.

Thanks those who helped with appreciation dinner for veterans

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LETTER: Voting is the start to dealing with every trial and tribulation

LETTER: Voting is the start to dealing with every trial and tribulation

To the Editor:

As a life-long registered voter, it is my hope that the citizens of the United States will make the effort to vote in what many consider to be perhaps the most important election in the history of this country. Just […]

LETTER: Supports Tenney

LETTER: Supports Tenney

To the Editor:

In a weird kind of way, I get a kick out of seeing the hatred on Rep Tenney’s page.

I find it amazing because, while I’d never say anything approaching the level of vitriol or hatred freely spewed on her page, I can’t comment or post on her opponents […]

LETTER: Group questions alignment with Oliver North

LETTER: Group questions alignment with Oliver North

To the Editor:

Speaker Betsy Briggs, co-founder and steering committee member of Indivisible Mohawk Valley, issued the following statement regarding the activities of Rep. Claudia Tenney (NY-22) on Monday, Oct. 29:

“Rep. Claudia Tenney will spend Monday, Oct. 29, in the company of Oliver North, who will headline […]

LETTER: Supports Judge Elizabeth Burns on Democratic line for NYS Supreme Court Justice

LETTER: Supports Judge Elizabeth Burns on Democratic line for NYS Supreme Court Justice

To the Editor:

On Nov. 6, Judge Elizabeth Burns will be on the Democratic ballot line for the office of state Supreme Court Justice for the Sixth Judicial District. The Judicial Convention to select the Democratic […]

LETTER: Keeping Magee and Salka working for us where they are best option

LETTER: Keeping Magee and Salka working for us where they are best option

To the Editor:

Once again, an interesting local race is shaping up for residents of Madison and Oneida counties, where John Salka is attempting to replace Bill Magee for the 121st Assembly District seat.

Both men have served in elected office for […]

LETTER: Election not the start or end of ambition for Central New York

LETTER: Election not the start or end of ambition for Central New York

To the Editor:

On Feb. 5 this year, I announced my candidacy for the Assembly’s 121st District. Since then, I have gone up and down, back and forth through the district, sharing my ideas and what […]