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Sunday, March 18, 2018

Local Sports

T-V JV girls season ‘Bears' great results

GRAHAMSVILLE - Success is measured in sports by winning and with the 18-1 record established this past 2017-18 season by the Tri-Valley Lady Bears Junior Varsity basketball team, the future could very well be bright for the school's varsity girls ... read more

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Local students join national walkout

By Rick Klein - reporter/photographer

Some of the 14 students that staged a walkout on Wednesday at Sullivan West to show solidarity with the victims of the Parkland, FL mass shooting on Feb. 14.
LAKE HUNTINGTON — Fourteen Sullivan West High School students walked out of their building at 10 am Wednesday to show solidarity with the students killed and injured one month ago in Parkland, Florida.
Their silent protest for 17 minutes coincided with tens of thousands of students across the country walking out at the same time.
Principal Mark J. Plescia kept a watchful eye on the students for their safety.
He talked about the 45-minute “town hall” meetings held with students earlier in the morning that included counselors and teachers, as well as class and student council officers. He said there were multiple groups of approximately 30 students in each.
“We couldn't ignore the events that have been going on around the country and we wanted to give them (students) a venue ...
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Kellams Bridge closed for repairs

By Matt Shortall  - editor

FREMONT — Residents traveling across the Delaware River between Stalker, Pa. and Hankins will need to find a new way home in the immediate future.
Kellams Bridge is closed for repairs and won't open again until June. The one-lane suspension ...
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Latest News

Highland receives praise for storm efforts

By Kevin Kearney

ELDRED - They had no intention of coming here, but they're definitely making a return trip.
Dave and Doreen Wilcox were stranded on Interstate 84 during the recent blizzard that dumped more than a foot of snow and prompted the response of the National Guard, Army Corps of Engineers and the Red ...
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Cuomo says 'go,' Delaware says 'no'

By Fred Stabbert III - publisher
The Town of Delaware will hold a public hearing next month to consider a one-year moratorium on commercial solar farms. The Baer Rd. project, pictured above, is located in the Town of Delaware and is the largest community solar project in New York State.

Town to consider one-year moratorium on commercial solar while state gives green light

HORTONVILLE - Just a day after New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that the largest community solar project had been completed in New York ...
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