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Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Local Sports

Crossbows are back

The Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has adopted final regulation changes to ensure that the crossbow is a legal implement for the fall 2014 hunting seasons, Commission Joe Martens announced. These regulations are adopted under new ... read more

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They make a difference

By Eli Ruiz - staff writer

The 2014 SUNY Sullivan Foundation Women Who Make a Difference are, from left: Glorianne Ellison, Kara Passante, Roberta Byron-Lockwood, Cheryl Crumley, Hon. Josephine V. Finn and Dr. Katherine Seibert. Unable to attend the ceremony and missing from photo is Lisa Lindquist.
ROCK HILL — The SUNY Sullivan Foundation honored seven of Sullivan County's finest as 2014's Women Who Make a Difference on Thursday.
BHR (Bernie's) played host to a house packed with family, friends and supporters of this year's honorees, seven respected women, who have had a profound impact on lives within the county and beyond.
According to an event handout, “A Woman Who Makes a Difference is one who gives of herself, who faces challenges with strength, courage, dignity, perseverance and foresight. She has the ability to initiate change with her ideas and determination.”
This year's honorees were recognized under six different categories, as follows:
Healthcare: Dr. Katherine Seibert of Hudson River Health-Care; Higher Education: SUNY Sullivan Professor Lisa Lindquist; Law ...
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‘Vote the rascals out!'

By Dan Hust  - staff writer

MONTICELLO — Sullivan County Legislator Cora Edwards hosted NYS Committee on Open Government Executive Director Robert Freeman at the Government Center in Monticello last Tuesday.
Considered the leading expert on public meeting rules in the ...
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Despite praise, Bethel camping code revisions to be revised further

By Dan Hust - staff writer

WHITE LAKE — Bethel Supervisor Dan Sturm found agreement from the audience Wednesday when deeming the town's camping ordinance “outdated,” “too strict” and “confusing.”
“I think this is a very good redrafting of codes that were very confusing ... and contradictory,” assessed Bethel resident ...
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Jeffersonville's Main Street Stage gets musical

Johnny Vitulli of Made in Motion with stand in bassist Matthew MacArthur performed at the Main Street Event Stage.

JEFFERSONVILLE — Right now, the Jeffersonville Main Street Event Stage may be best known for being off the beaten path, despite being in the heart of Jeffersonville. Situated on the village's Main Street (across from the Jeffersonville Post Office) ... read more

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