Letters

Readers’ Column for the week of Feb. 1, 2015

ou may call the Owego Pennysaver Readers’ Column at (607) 687-2378 24-hours a day, or e-mail comments to readerscolumn@stny.rr.com. We reserve the right to revise or reject any message. I would just like to thank everyone involved that has been so helpful in finding Buddy, the lost dog that from Newark Valley that was put […]

Protect your land rights

Dear Editor, Our agricultural residents will be putting their property rights in jeopardy if they accept the $500/acre from the state. It was published in The Press that New York State would give the $500/acre to farmers in exchange for an easement to ensure it remains farmland for 25 years. Please have your lawyer carefully look through any documentation BEFORE […]

SNAP applications available through Catholic Charities

Dear Editor, Catholic Charities Tompkins/Tioga, Tioga Outreach Center can help with SNAP (Food Stamp) applications through the help of Catholic Charities USA and The Walmart Foundation. They are offering a free box of cookies/graham crackers for every person who applies for SNAP through them or refers someone to sign up for SNAP at Catholic Charities.  […]

Readers’ Column for the week of Jan. 18, 2015

You may call the Owego Pennysaver Readers’ Column at (607) 687-2378 24-hours a day, or e-mail comments to readerscolumn@stny.rr.com. We reserve the right to revise or reject any message. In response to last week’s comment about OFA Football and what it takes to coach. There are A LOT of football coaches (with experience) that would […]

Reader’s Column for the week of Jan. 11, 2015

You may call the Owego Pennysaver Readers’ Column at (607) 687-2378 24-hours a day, or e-mail comments to readerscolumn@stny.rr.com. We reserve the right to revise or reject any message. To the person inquiring about Thelma Roe, she is alive and well and currently living at Absolute Care, 301 Nantucket Dr. in Endicott. She has been […]

SNAP is here to help

Dear Editor, New Yorkers work hard. For some of these hardworking New Yorkers though, it’s still a struggle to make monthly ends meet. These New Yorkers may be eligible for SNAP, which could supplement their monthly food budget. SNAP helps working parents buy healthy food for their families. It also helps the local economy by […]