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The holiday season is right around the corner! Soon there will be feelings of festivity and the desire to volunteer time and participate in food and toy drives will peak once more and shine bright … more
The winds of change blew heavy through Sullivan County on Tuesday night as nearly 15,000 voters across 15 townships elected a new legislature to lead our county government for the next four years. … more
T oday is the day — or rather, the night of the scariest time of the year. Happy Halloween! Around the county, hundreds of young people are expected to take the journey from house to house in … more
R olling V is joining Communities across the country this week to celebrate National School Bus Safety Week, October 16-20. Even though school buses are one of the safest means of transportation, … more
W hile sometimes overshadowed by Breast Cancer Awareness Month, equally critical in necessity is Domestic Abuse Awareness Month.   It is an evil that often takes place behind closed doors … more
A s it has become widely known for being the first time ever in our nation’s history, former United States House of Representatives Speaker of the House, Kevin McCarthy, was recently ousted out … more
One individual worthy of a rose is a local leader who was recently recognized around New York State for her work in the booming tourism business in the Sullivan Catskills is Sullivan Catskills … more
October has universally become recognized as Breast Cancer Awareness Month for many Americans, not just those personally impacted by the awful disease. There is power in pink — with the … more
Opioid overdose — two words that have stained our community with pain and grief. With the distribution of some of the remaining Opioid Settlement Funds, there is still hope.   … more
T he new school year is now well underway, and we can only say we are encouraged by what we see. Last Friday we published our annual “Sullivan County’s Official Fall Sports … more
A ll registered voters in Sullivan County have the right to cast their ballot, but unfortunately sometimes it takes longer than they want. Even with the addition of on-sight ballot printing and … more
L ast year in Sullivan County and around the state, millions of dollars of potential revenue from marijuana was lost due to the inability to legally sell the crop as a result of a lack of … more
B lood, the liquid of life that we all need no matter what race, creed or hometown we claim, is always needed. A host of blood drives pop up frequently around the county, constantly chasing to close … more
We would like to give out a few well deserved roses and some a notable thorn. First, the Roses: To Tusten Social — for their paving the way back to normalcy for our most singled out … more
O pioid addiction and substance use disorders; a taboo and unmentionable affliction.   At least, that is how it was viewed for a very long time. To even know of someone suffering through … more
I f you ask any number of school children what their favorite time of year is, it is most likely not the end of summer. The annual era of waking up before the Sun to sit by the curbside waiting for … more
As Labor Day approaches, it is beneficial to reminisce on the ongoing struggles and the ultimate triumphs that have been faced and achieved by the American working people since the Federal … more
As we depart from the busy season of summer, we want to point out our happiness at the fact that safety on the Delaware River appears to be well practiced by our countless visitors and locals who … more
W e were very proud to highlight National Senior Citizens Day that was on August 21. There is a great personal reward in being able to offer advice and point our elderly residents of the county in … more
A fter a structure fire broke out at the Jeffersonville Adult Home late last month, 48 longtime residents were displaced to a number of locations throughout the state – including Queens and the … more
A fter passing through both Houses in Albany, now sitting on Governor Kathy Hochul’s desk are amendments to New York State’s new village incorporation law. These guidelines trace back 130 … more
The red month of August eventually turns into the cooler months of Autumn, which leaves only a short amount of time for visitors and locals to fully enjoy the Delaware River and all it has to … more
L ocal print and radio are not free. They both cost time, energy and money to put the ink on the page and the songs on the sound waves. One of our partnered news media outlet, WJFF Radio Catskill … more
I t’s no secret that recent years have been tough on small businesses and on newspapers. A bipartisan bill, the Community News & Small Business Support Act, that has been introduced in … more
E laborate financial scams have been an object of weariness long before the days of Artificial Intelligence (A.I.). Back in the early days of email, you might have heard that your never-before heard … more
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