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Opioid use disorder (OUD) has had a devastating impact in Sullivan County when you look at the number of lives we’ve lost, families broken apart, and the financial burden placed on medical, law … more
Growing older, snowstorms went from having that “snow-day” feeling, to having a more serious, even dangerous reputation in the Catskills, with the most recent storm being no … more
Proper planning prevents poor performance is how the adage goes. When running a business it is important to look ahead and make the right preparations to prevent a disaster from … more
The Great Outdoors, one of Sullivan County’s best attributes, brings forth the strong draw to be out and about. With that draw comes a duty for everyone to be mindful of when and where you … more
How quickly can you identify a scam? It seems they are everywhere these days. Suspect calls from “your bank,” or emails promising things too good to be true. Spoiler: It is! Scams can … more
This week marks an important date for this newspaper – as well as for businesses throughout the county. Today, March 3, marks National Employee Appreciation Day, which falls on the first … more
W e are pretty lucky to live in a very kind community. Oftentimes you may hear natives or discouraged transplants dwelling on the perceived negative attributes of Sullivan County, but let’s … more
Usually they say one man’s trash is another’s treasure, and when it comes to the cost of shipping it out of Sullivan County, they aren’t lying. As previously stated by … more
On Friday’s front page, we featured an article with  endorsements made by the Sullivan County Republican Committee. In the race for District Attorney, the party, by majority vote, gave … more
Each year Merriam-Webster picks their word of the year. In 2022, that word was gaslighting, one that’s grown in social circles amongst the younger generations. By definition, it’s … more
Valentine’s Day is this Tuesday, and hopefully that special person in your life adds more love and less stress to it.While that holiday is prominently featured in February, so is heart … more
Do you often pay attention when you throw something in the trash? As a society, we could definitely be more proactive with recycling or advocating for better packaging, which has contributed to the … more
February is here! For those eagerly awaiting warmer days, that’s a good sign and for those who enjoy winter ... even though we haven’t quite had too frigid of one thus far ... the season … more
Does anyone else cringe at the weekly message they receive from their IPhone? For those with androids, consider yourself spared. Each Sunday, at some point in the afternoon, a message is displayed … more
Most people can think back on their days in school and remember a specific teacher, coach or faculty member who helped make them the person they are today.  For generations of students in … more
We’ve had it easy so far this winter with less snow and ice than usual. But it’s unrealistic to expect that to last until spring. This time of year is notorious for hazardous winter … more
January is the time of year when many people resolve to better themselves in the months ahead. With the best of intentions, many folks start going to the gym more often, eat healthier and abstain … more
If  Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was still alive today he would be 94 years old. This year, one day after his birthday, the country remembered the late civil rights leader who dreamed of a nation … more
During New York Governor Kathy Hochul’s State of the State address on Tuesday, she announced plans to include New York’s mental healthcare.  According to the governor’s … more
In January, many will start the New Year with goals to exercise more, eat better, lose weight etc. January will also be when newly elected public servants or incumbents starting another term take … more
January is recognized across the United States as National Blood Donation Month, a time to celebrate those whose small acts can make such a large difference. It’s also a time to raise awareness … more
Today marks the last column for Joel Lerner, who has penned “Making Sense Out of Dollars” for some twenty years. Joel’s long history with Sullivan County dates more than half a … more
State lawmakers in New York returned to the capitol building in Albany this week to wrap up some important business before the new year.  The State Assembly and State Senate voted to approve … more
We take pleasure in answering thus prominently the communication below, expressing at the same time our great gratification that its faithful author is numbered among the friends of The Sun: Dear … more
It’s difficult to overstate the dedication and professionalism of our fire, EMS and emergency services here in Sullivan County. We see it every time we report on some piece of sad or tragic … more
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