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November is National Adoption month, a time set aside each year to raise awareness about the urgent need for adoptive families for children and youth in foster care programs. Deputy County Manager … more
On Saturday, under sunny skies and non-November like gorgeous weather, people lined Route 52 in Woodbourne -- at a safe distance -- for one purpose: to honor our veterans. Each year this … more
At the time we're writing this, the results of the 2020 presidential election are still unknown. In fact, and as anticipated, unofficial results in many of our local and state elections remain too … more
We were warned of a second wave of the coronavirus. And it seems the start of that wave might be upon us. As stated in an article on the front page of our Friday edition, in the past two weeks … more
October is a busy month for a lot of reasons. It's the final run up to Election Day, It's Breast Cancer Awareness Month and it's also designated as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. While it's … more
Our endorsement for the 2020 Election is simple - PLEASE VOTE! We know by now that many of you have already voted - either by absentee ballot or via early voting at the Sullivan County Government … more
We go to a lot of political events throughout the course of election season that cover all manner of topics. They talk about the economy, coronavirus, the Supreme Court, broadband access, criminal … more
John Denver's classic, “Take Me Home, Country Roads,” has received a lot of play time over the years. But for many families living in large cities, it has become their theme song. While many … more
No excuses this year. During the last presidential election cycle in 2016, New York State ranked 44th in eligible voter turnout with a dismal 52.4 percent casting their ballot. Frankly, that's … more
It was with a sense of shock and concern that we woke up to the news Friday morning that President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump had contracted the COVID-19 virus. By Friday night, … more
This week, global leaders gathered for Climate Week NYC. The summit was the largest of its kind that will be taking place in 2020. This year, they shifted their focus to rebuilding after COVID-19 and … more
News broke Friday evening that we'd lost an iconic member of the Supreme Court of the United States. Ruth Bader Ginsburg (1933-2020) died at her home in Washington D.C. from complications of … more
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