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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

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Red-hot Eldred, SW and Liberty girls' soccer teams record historic milestones

SULLIVAN COUNTY- Truth be told we define our understanding of all things by experiencing their opposites. Thus we could not fully fathom warmth without having felt the cold, appreciate light without darkness nor comprehend victory without defeat. As ... read more

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Hardships for elderly at Golden Park Apts.

By Rich Klein  - reporter/photographer

Three of the many elderly residents of Golden Park Apartments in Liberty who have had to endure a series of hardships in recent months as the management company installs firewalls, from the left, Henrietta Phelps, Seymour Cohen and Theresa Richards.
LIBERTY - Some elderly residents of Liberty's Golden Park Apartments say they have had to endure unreasonable hardships while moving out of their apartments while management installs firewalls in their units.
Senior citizen resident Henrietta Phelps said the management first moved her to a different apartment in February of this year and now she has to move again. But this time, she has to move entirely out of the complex. “It's very disturbing, it's very upsetting,” Phelps, who requires a walker, said. “You have to take enough clothing, enough medicine, food and whatever. I will go to a friend's and sleep on her couch. I can't move again. My body is done.”
Seymour Cohen explained that when the management was doing initial renovations that they did not install the mandatory ...
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Cochecton talks trash

By Liridona Duraku - reporter/photographer

LAKE HUNTINGTON - The Cochecton Town Board meeting this month focused on ways to keep Cochecton residents content and finding new ways to provide for the community.
The town discussed getting rid of unsafe buildings, the creation of a park on ...
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Callicoon Station's future discussed

By Fred Stabbert III - publisher

CALLICOON - One of the most iconic buildings in Callicoon sits idle, waiting for its next great adventure.
Once a passenger and way freight station on the Erie Line, the station was a bustling epicenter of the community. Travelers boarded and disembarked on a daily basis and freight was loaded ...
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Debating the Constitutional Convention

By Matt Shortall  - news editor

LOCH SHELDRAKE ­— It hasn't happened in half a century, but New Yorkers will go to the polls on November 7 to decide whether or not to hold a State Constitutional Convention.
It's a complicated proposition full of unanswered questions, but it ...
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