Topics include: Sidelined by new campground law; Is plastic recycled?; Winston Farm development project should not proceed; Clearcutting on Olderbark Mountain; and more.
“The maneuvering of HealthAlliance to remove psychiatric support from the Kingston area is harmful to the community and is typical of our crazy healthcare system that puts profits ahead of people’s needs,” writes Nancy Stiefel of Woodstock.
“I think we need pregnancy control. Millions of vasectomies would be a good start. Safe sex education and the greater use of free pregnancy prevention pills would help,” writes Paul Nathe of New Paltz.
Topics include: Open letter to Anthony Delgado; Don’t take democracy for granted; Reproductive rights; COVID hysteria equals big pharma profits; and more.
Finding out about the vaccination presents a troublesome and hazardous situation where reality is prognosticated by the power of each party’s intensity of emotions and surety.
It’s the most common question astronomers encounter: Do you believe there’s life out there?
Topics include: Diaz Ambulance seeks more Town funding; Good-Cause eviction; Protect women’s right to decide; Election Signs; and more.
Violent thunderstorms with their accompanying destructiveness and phenomena like roll clouds and shelf clouds are rare during our cold half of the year, now beginning in the Hudson Valley.
“As a driver, I’m disheartened when pedestrian groups take over the road, forcing drivers into the wrong lane to get by. We don’t have sidewalks, so peds, we need to be aware of drivers – and vice versa,” writes Elisabeth Ellis of Saugerties.
“You’re alive today because your ancestors and parents got vaccinated and they vaccinated you,” writes Larry Winters of New Paltz.