Editorials

Programs that let the elderly age in place are good for all of us, cutting costs and enriching community. We urge those in the Hilltowns to use the new programs they've earned.

Letters to the Editor

To the Editor:

This letter goes out to everyone who takes part in the loving community of Altamont.

To the Editor:

Lovers of quilts and fans of rural architecture are invited to “The Quilts of Berne and Knox” on Sunday, Aug. 3. They’ll see fabric quilts, both traditional and modern, and learn about barn quilts, the wooden painted patterns that are popping up on barns in the Hilltowns.

Last week, the Guilderland School District added future meetings to discuss a consultant’s report released last month that provided options to save the district money.  Five of the six options proposed closing elementary schools, and four of the five proposed closing Altamont Elementary School.

To the Editor:

If you think education is expensive, try indoctrination.

That’s my twist on a bumper sticker sound bite that I’ve been seeing and hearing less of these days as more and more people seem to be awakening to the government’s latest power grab known as Common Core.

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