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The war against hunger and food insecurity is not a new one, in fact many well-respected world leaders and thinkers have made many impactful statements about it in the past. One quote that comes to … more
Our planet is in crisis. We can hear it trying to tell us that if we listen carefully. Over the past month we have seen images of historic flooding in Belgium and Germany, record heat in the Pacific … more
Storms brought heavy rains over the past week and a half, causing downed trees, some minor flooding of streets, basements, etc. Road crews and first responders were out in full force cleaning up … more
If you’re naturally loquacious, your parents have probably told you at some point to be careful who you choose to tell information to. Some stuff is meant for family, friends and confidants … more
‘It’s been a difficult year and a half.” How many times have you heard that one? Of course it’s true, but as things with the pandemic continue to trend in the direction of … more
As people throughout Sullivan County get ready for the Fourth of July Weekend, many have big plans in the works. Maybe you’re headed out onto the rivers or lakes. Maybe you’re hosting a … more
Fourth of July weekend is almost upon us, and one favorite tradition is to catch an exciting fireworks display. But we’d just like to offer a quick reminder to leave the fireworks to the … more
Here we are at the end of June after a tumultuous and uncertain year. One of the few things we have been looking forward to with certainty is that another class of Sullivan County students will be … more
According to the Leukemia Research Foundation, over 382,000 people are living with leukemia, or are in remission. They also state that 170 Americans are diagnosed with leukemia, and 67 lose their … more
American entrepreneur Andy Dunn once said, “Tolerance, diversity, and inclusion are not political opinions. They are non-negotiable human rights - hard fought and secured in … more
It’s almost officially summer and from taking a look around the county you can tell that most people have already started enjoying it. It’s a time to get outdoors, travel and enjoy the … more
Spring in the Catskills brings a day that many look forward to all year. Opening day is a chance to get outside, enjoy the warmer weather and unwind after a long winter. Despite the fact that the … more
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