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Player of the Year: Katlynn Greffrath

GRAHAMSVILLE – Soon after joining Tri-Valley's Bear Cub basketball program in the second grade Katlynn Greffrath was hooked on the sport. "From that point on, it easily became my favorite sport," she explained. "I just always wanted to be playing ... read more
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The thicket of regulations

By Anya Tikka - reporter/photographer

Members of the audience concentrated on the message about telecommunications future at the UDC workshop. Front row, at left is Town of Lumberland Supervisor and Upper Delaware Council Board Member Nadia Rajsz.
NARROWSBURG — Many Sullivan County residents and emergency management services are waiting to get more communication towers for cell phone reception.
The Upper Delaware Council addressed that concern in a recent workshop at Tusten Town Hall, where three speakers talked about industry experience, stating modern development needs to be balanced with the impact cell towers can have on local communities and environment, especially near the protected river.
Speakers were Orange County Planning Commissioner David Church, Pennsylvania State Police Broadband Services Manager Frank Yoder, and telecommunications expert Dick Comi, co-owner of The Center for Municipal Solutions. About 40 local government officials attended the session, which was also open to residents.
Church said that ...
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Scholastic artists get their due at CAS

The Catskill Art Society and Sullivan County BOCES hosted a Student Reception for the annual CAS Sullivan County High School Art Show on April 10 at the CAS Arts Center in Livingston Manor.
The show features 300 pieces in 10 media categories ...
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Latest News

Medley of talent entertains, and benefits good causes

By Eli Ruiz - staff writer

The Hortonville Presbyterian Church played host to a packed house Saturday evening for the 28th iteration of the popular Hortonville Talent Show.
“We initially started doing the show in February as a way to keep us entertained during the cold winter months, and now it's sort of taken on a life ...
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‘No-Ting’ doing for developer

By Eli Ruiz - staff writer
Planning consultant Robert Tessier, left, and developer Tommy Ting want a change in zoning to allow Ting to build an assisted living residence at the old Travel Inn on Broadway in Monticello.

MONTICELLO — Seeking to remake the old Travel Inn motel site at 529 Broadway into an assisted living community, developer Tommy Ting was hoping the Village of Monticello Board would agree at Wednesday's meeting to amend the property's zoning to ... read more


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