LETTER: Speak Out CNY responds to Trump administration’s unprecedented, intentional sabotage of Affordable Care Act

LETTER: Speak Out CNY responds to Trump administration’s unprecedented, intentional sabotage of Affordable Care Act

Congressman John Katko and Congresswoman Claudia Tenney supported this latest assault on health care with votes to pass TrumpTax and repeal individual mandate

By Will Brunelle

Speak Out Central New York released the following statement today in response to […]

LETTER: CAAC thanks community for support of first-responder grant program

LETTER: CAAC thanks community for support of first-responder grant program

To the editor:

The Board of the Canastota Area Association of Churches is pleased to announce that the 2018 Grant Program wrapped up Saturday, April 21, at a breakfast sponsored by Believers Chapel, with all the checks being presented to our four Canastota-area Volunteer fire […]

COLUMN: Spring is here

COLUMN: Spring is here By Ric Main The spring season is a time of beautiful flower blossoms, chirping birds, school proms and beautiful sun. We are not alone taking advantage of those warming rays of sunshine to garden, frolic or lie in the new growth of freshly cut grass. There are others wanting to […]

My apologies, loyal Courier readers

My apologies, loyal Courier readers

My mom’s been in the hospital for the better part of a week, and posting news has been a catch-as-catch-can sort of operation.

I will be back at it in full swing as soon as humanly possible.

“Central New Yorkers Speak Out” social media campaign launches to highlight human impact of TrumpTax and healthcare sabotage

“Central New Yorkers Speak Out” social media campaign launches to highlight human impact of TrumpTax and healthcare sabotage

Speak Out CNY Will Publish a Series of Stories from Residents of NY-22 & NY-24

In First Story, Resident of Tenney’s District Shares How The Affordable Care Act Saved His Son’s Life – […]

LETTER: Open Letter to the Madison County Board of Supervisors

LETTER: Open Letter to the Madison County Board of Supervisors

To the Editor:

I would like to respectfully submit this letter containing my concerns, questions, and recommendations pertaining to Resolution No. 8, “Authorizing The Chairman To Enter Into An Agreement”, for your upcoming Board of Supervisors meeting on May 8, 2018. I am in general […]

LETTER: Tony Stewart Foundation + KEYS Kids = Launch of Tony’s Kids Can!

LETTER: Tony Stewart Foundation + KEYS Kids = Launch of Tony’s Kids Can!

To the Editor:

Tony Stewart Foundation + KEYS Kids = Launch of Tony’s Kids Can!

The KEYS Program is thrilled to announce is has partnered with The Tony Stewart Foundation on a cool national campaign called Tony’s Kids Can, to create really […]

LETTER: Tenney’s actions in Congress a mockery

LETTER: Tenney’s actions in Congress a mockery

To the Editor:

I just finished reading the self-congratulatory press release published by our representative in Congress.

This has to be a joke. I had to look twice to see if it was satire. Am I being “trolled?” I thought? Tenney’s actions in Congress make this “balanced budget” […]

LETTER: Tenney earns support of blue collar workers

LETTER: Tenney earns support of blue collar workers

To the Editor:

Recently, Congresswoman [Claudia] Tenney was endorsed by the union that represents Remington Arms. Remington Arms is a historic company and a great asset to our region. They are the oldest gun manufacturer in the country that creates needed jobs in our region. My brother […]

Technical difficulties

We are experiencing technical difficulties

We are experiencing technical difficulties and plan to try additional maintenance and tweaks this weekend, April 28 and 29, 2018. As a result, you may see nothing new posted for a few days, and if that happens, the morning newsletter won’t go out, either.

The glitch has made it impossible […]

COLUMN: Musings of a Simple Country Man

Hobie Morris

April Snow

Sunday night—“on the road.” It was raining hard in West Winfield and Bridgewater, as well as Brookfield. The ground was bare. A half mile west out of town a thin whiteness began showing up in our truck’s headlights. A mile further, and now starting to climb higher into the hills, […]

COLUMN: Musings of a Simple Country Man

Hobie Morris

COLUMN: Musings of a Simple Country Man

Crossroads

By Hobie Morris

“Two roads diverged in a yellow wood…I took the one less traveled by. And that has made all the difference.” The Road Not Taken, Robert Frost (1874-1963)

“Everyone reaches a crossroads in life. Difficult decisions have to be made. Some take […]