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Monday, April 27, 2015

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Split Times

MONTICELLO - Monticello and O'Neill split an OCIAA Division III track and field meet Tuesday at Monticello. The Monticello boys handily scored a 104-47 victory while the O'Neill girls won 74-58 in a more competitive duel.
It was a bright, but ...
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Mysteryland delivers volunteers and funds to Bethel

By Dan Hust - staff writer

George Werdann of New Jersey, right, and Jose Rodriguez of NYC paint a shed Mysteryland donated and erected at the Bethel Town Park.
KAUNEONGA LAKE — Good deeds - and donations - were flowing from Mysteryland on Saturday, more than a month before the electronic music festival arrives at Bethel Woods with up to 30,000 attendees in tow.
Saturday's gathering at the Bethel Town Park on Old White Lake Turnpike near the county airport was a smaller affair, though still featuring DJ'd music and a group of energetic people from all over the country.
According to Mysteryland Sustainability Manager Tennille Wilfur, approximately 50 volunteers selected from 1,000 applicants spent the day raking, clearing and mulching at the town park, cleaning out the pool and even constructing and painting a 10'x10' utility shed.
They were rewarded with lunch from Sorella Pizzeria and Restaurant in Kauneonga Lake - and free tickets ...
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College's budget passes in revote

By Dan Hust - staff writer

LOCH SHELDRAKE — SUNY Sullivan's board majority revisited the college's proposed $19 million 2015-16 budget Wednesday, ultimately approving it 8-1.
Board members Russ Heyman, Phyllis Coombe, Larysa Dyrszka, Lyman Holmes, Susan Jaffe, Patricia ...
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New Bloomingburg trustee queried about name

By Guy Charles Harriton - reporter/photographer

BLOOMINGBURG — Soon after newly-elected Bloomingburg Trustee Aaron T. Rabiner took the oath of office, he dealt with an unusual question from an attendee at the board's reorganizational meeting.
In March's elections, Rabiner defeated incumbent Katherine Roemer by a 98-81 tally. Rabiner's ...
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Liberty veterans home dream gets $15,000 boost

By Dan Hust - staff writer
Emcee Greg Goldstein, left, and Rev. Norman Graves share a laugh at Friday's fundraiser for a veterans home in Liberty, held at the Eagle's Nest in Bloomingburg.

BLOOMINGBURG — The plan to convert a Liberty home into a veterans facility is $15,000 closer to reality, thanks to Friday's first annual benefit dinner.
“We are not a homeless shelter. We are not a treatment center. We are not a handout,” Rev. ...
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