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As we celebrated the 80th birthday of Civil Air Patrol (CAP) this past Wednesday, I am reflecting on what we do for the community. CAP was founded as a civil defense organization on December 1st, … more
Today is Giving Tuesday. Many of us will make donations to charities or showcase our generosity in other ways. Giving Tuesday has become a shining example of humanity’s finest qualities.This … more
Turkey day is almost upon us. While the food is always a highlight of Thanksgiving, what is more important is reflecting on what we are most thankful for in our lives and the end of the word, … more
Yesterday was Veterans Day, a time when we pause each year to remember all of the brave men and women who have served in the United States Armed Forces. Although it’s just one day, it brings … more
Recently the County of Sullivan Industrial Development Agency (IDA) made the decision to enact a pause on new applications (with the exception of a few carve backs) until March 1, 2022 in order to … more
Starting November off on a positive note, here’s our latest edition of three cheers, where we shout out local organizations, groups, people, etc. Candy kindnessSince Halloween just passed, … more
Heavy rains battered Sullivan County on Tuesday, causing flash floods in many parts of our region (see page 1A). We’ve said it before but it deserves to be said again and again. We are … more
The polls are open, with early voting opportunities beginning this past Saturday at the Government Center in Monticello. Election 2021, which in this county boasts no contested countywide … more
There are numerous good causes that are championed in the month of October aimed at improving the overall health and inclusivity of our society. In addition to Breast Cancer Awareness month which we … more
When kids returned to in-person schooling last month, many parents and health officials were watching closely to see exactly how things would play out. While there have been exposures and … more
The tragic case of Gabby Petito being covered extensively in the national media has placed new emphasis on how we think about missing person cases across the United States. The 22-year-old’s … more
At least six people in Sullivan County died from COVID-19 in the month of September, according to the county’s Public Health Services Department. That number is as much as the months of July … more
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