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Posted on September 25 at 7:34 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Thank you for all you do, Ms. Atchison, for your kindness. And thank you for your testimony on the pages of the Gazette.
From: A bystander in the war
Posted on September 5 at 8:10 a.m. (Suggest removal)
To fnb05, blame the victim much? Yes, I'm sure 100s of employers would jump on the chance to hire a 63 year-old man closer to where he lives. Mr. Wells is working at the airport and hanging onto that job for dear life. The struggle of those working minimum-wage jobs and trying to make ends meet is well known. Well, Happy Labor Day.
Posted on July 22 at 7:19 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Daily Gazette, you are the fact-based media Trump is talking about.
Posted on July 13 at 6:53 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Does 24-hour Wi-Fi cost the taxpayers more? If not, keep it on.
If you allow 24-hour library Wi-Fi access in rural areas, how do you justify withholding the same service from city residents? Our rural neighbors lack access, as do city residents. High cost is a factor in both communities (satellite internet is available to rural residents, but it is expensive). One could argue that 24-hour access to city residents has a greater positive impact than rural residents, if you consider raw numbers.
Congregating around a library to use the internet is hardly a crime. In fact, quite the opposite. Until Mayor McCarthy’s smart Wi-Fi is widely available, there is a need for internet access in our community (yes, for night owls). To library director Karen Bradley, consider your library’s mission and the answer is clear.
Posted on July 8 at 8:10 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Thank you SICM staff and volunteers for your ongoing commitment to our kids. We all benefit from your good work.
Posted on July 8 at 6:35 a.m. (Suggest removal)
These attacks on Ms. Niccoli are un-American. I am pleased to see religious leaders stand up for her, and Mr. Amedore reinforce his support of the protections of the Constitution (including the separation of church and state). He could go further and denounce the attacks, but as a politician who benefits maybe he prefers to sit this one out. Smearing a political candidate is a distraction from the real issues, like ethics reform in Albany.
Posted on June 23 at 6:31 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Thank you vocal Democrats. To the Republican House leadership: bring bills to the floor so legislators from both parties can debate and vote. To all of you: You represent the people, not the lobbies. And the people say it's high time for common-sense gun legislation, including restrictions on assault weapons.
Posted on June 18 at 6:47 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Thank you SICM for your help in our community, this summer and through the years.
Posted on June 7 at 6:58 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Reporter Zachary Matson is an excellent writer. I've been following his work on education matters and it stands out. What a great addition to the Daily Gazette team! Thank you.
Posted on June 7 at 6:54 a.m. (Suggest removal)
To be clear, Clinton does NOT have enough pledged delegates (voters) to win the nomination. Even after the primaries are over, neither she nor Bernie Sanders will likely have enough to be declared the nominee. When is the last time this happened? That is the real news here.
The superdelegates -- free agents who can back whoever they want -- will not select the Democratic nominee for President until late July at the convention. So this article, picked up from the Washington Post, jumps the gun -- even if a Clinton is the probable nominee. Today California, New Jersey, etc. votes. Can The Daily Gazette at least wait until polling ends before jumping on the bandwagon with these pronouncements?