Letters to the Editor


Thankful for dog rescue

We want to express a heartfelt thank you to John Hart and Frank Shaw who made this a most special Thanksgiving when they successfully rescued two of our dogs who had escaped the house just prior to Wednesday’s snow storm.

‘Amazed’ by snow comments

I read with amazement Jean Hadden’s misguided comment regarding the blizzard of 1914.

Cartoon borders on hate speech

First, I am glad to receive your free weekly periodical in my mailbox each week.

Thank you to community

A big “thank you” goes to the women and men of the Minerva/Olmstedville community for providing lots of delicious food and beverages at the Minerva Town Hall on Nov. 13 following the funeral service for my husband, Vern Smith.

Angel’s express thanks

Once again we would like to “Thank” everyone for their generous donations of money, cans and bottles.

Yoga conference a hit

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.

From the conservative arena

This letter is in response to [Publisher Dan Alexander’s] “Trojan Horse“ column.

Grange offers thanks

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.

Former Elizabethtown fiscal practices need further scrutiny

Ex-Elizabethtown Supervisor, Margaret Bartley, recently made comments in the Valley News regarding the town budget for 2015.

Tannery Pond Community Center Association Thanks its 2014 Supporters

The Trustees of Tannery Pond Community Center Association (TPCCA) wish to gratefully thank TPCCA’s many generous supporters throughout 2014.

Stockings thank you

Proud Marine Mom Carol Boisvert, and her family, would like to say thank you to...

Bible offers hope

Concerning your editorial, “We should all be allowed to die with dignity,” I was shocked that a whole board would have such an opinion!

Dam coverage has holes

Reading the Valley News and the dam report on the town’s web page, I find a lot of holes in it.

Be a leader in your community

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.

Read works by Adirondack authors

May I call your readers’ attention to three recently published Adirondack books that are interesting, historical and enjoyable to read?