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Thursday, April 27, 2017


In General

Youth encourages creativity

On Friday at the Sullivan County Government center in Monticello, students throughout the county were honored for their participation in the 23rd Annual Alcohol, Tobacco, Gambling, and Drug Abuse poster contest.
Hosted by Catholic Charities of Orange and Sillivan, the event began with more


Grief support offered at Wayne Memorial

Honesdale, PA — Free workshops on coping with the grieving process will be offered at Wayne Memorial Hospital again this spring. The six-week session will provide support and focus on grief as a normal part of an individual's transition through life. The spring sessions will be held Monday evenings more

Military Notes

Ratner completes US Army basic training

LIVINGSTON MANOR — Travis M. Ratner, a 2015 graduate of Livingston Manor Central School and president of the Class of 2015, completed United States Army Basic Training at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri on March 24, 2016.
Travis earned the medals of Grenade Marksman and Carbine Sharpshooter. Travis more


Liberty Library tallies votes

LIBERTY — With only two uncontested races to decide, the Liberty Public Library's annual board elections attracted just a handful of voters.
Incumbent Teri Beimler retained her seat for another five years with 43 votes, while fellow incumbent Sherry Silver garnered 38. There were no write-ins.


Delights from Ecuador and Colombia come to Monticello

Friends and family gathered for the ribbon cutting ceremony at Sabor Latino Restaurant at 46 Forestburgh Road in Monticello on Saturday. Owners Luis Dumancela and Nube Beltran are delighted to offer authentic Ecuadorian and Colombian dishes, such as fried yapingacho (potato omelet) and bandeja more


Tyler & Brannigan engagement

Judith and Scott Brannigan of Swan Lake are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Jennifer Brannigan of Swan Lake, to Brett Tyler of Bethel. He is the son of Donna and Edward Tyler of Bethel.
A graduate of Liberty High School, Miss Brannigan is employed as an art teacher at more


Edwards is featured artist for May/June

HONESDALE, PA — Bonnie Black Edwards is the featured artist for May/June 2017 at ReMax Wayne at 416 Main St. in Honesdale, PA.
Bonnie works with mixed media including, metal, wood, glass and canvas. One of her murals is displayed at the Philadelphia Zoo. She was also chosen by the North Pocono more

College Notes

College Notes for March 7, 2017

Persaud on Dean's List at URhode Island

KINGSTON, RI — The University of Rhode Island is pleased to announce that Alicia Chandani Persaud of Bloomingburg who is majoring in Nutrition and Dietetics, was named to the Dean's List.
To qualify for the Dean's List, students must have completed more

Arts & Culture

Monticello students to perform at NYSSMA Fest

MONTICELLO - Over 100 students from the Monticello Central School District Music Department will participate in the Annual NYSSMA Solo and Ensemble Festival to be held at Liberty High School on May 5th and 6th, 2017. Students from the Band, Chorus, Orchestra, Jazz, Guitar and Piano programs have more

Celebrations & Anniversaries

Public Invited to 40th Anniversary of WMH Auxiliary Other Shop

HONESDALE, PA - On Monday, May 8th, the Wayne Memorial Hospital Auxiliary will kick off a week-long celebration of the 40th anniversary of its thrift shop, The Other Shop, at 1036 Main Street, Honesdale. “We'll start with an 11 a.m. ceremony on the 8th, but then offer refreshments, discounts, more


A parade St. Patrick would be proud of

Rock Hill's annual St. Patrick's Day Parade was a bitterly cold affair, with wind chills bringing temperatures below zero much of Saturday.
Yet the warmth radiating from both marchers and spectators carried the parade forward - along with the promise of hot soup, cold beer and corned beef in all more

Awards & Milestones

Eldred names honor roll for 3rd MP

ELDRED — The Eldred Central School has named the following students who have achieved academic standing for the 3rd quarter marking period of the 2016-2017 school year.
To be named to the Principal's List, a student must have an average of 94.5-100. To be named to the High Honors list a student more

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