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It's Labor Day weekend, the time when we celebrate the contributions workers have made to our country. According to the Department of Labor's (DOL) website, “Some records show that Peter J. … more
It's hard to believe it has only been six months since this pandemic began in the United States. It has felt like an eternity. And many of us are beginning to get restless. However, we must remain … more
August is recognized as National Immunization Awareness Month to highlight the importance of vaccinations for people of all ages. As Americans continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, the … more
It takes less than five minutes to fill out the census. This simple and easy task has massive consequences for our county as census data plays a critical role in determining federal dollars and … more
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Signed into law by President George H.W. Bush in 1990, the ADA prohibits the discrimination of people with … more
As we embark on the final quarter of 2020, this year hasn't exactly been normal. Exhibit A … a global pandemic. Exhibit B … a global hit to the economy because of the aforementioned pandemic. … more
We are truly blessed to live in a part of the country with extraordinary natural beauty. Our rolling farm hills, secluded forests, freshwater lakes and meandering creeks and rivers attract visitors … more
Residents of the Monticello Central School District should be breathing a sigh of relief that their budget revote passed on Tuesday night. Residents approved the district's proposed 2020-21 school … more
It's not everyday you meet a legend. Over the years our sports staff has covered a number of coaches. The time commitment of coaching is usually so great that only a select few are able to do it for … more
Since the Sullivan County Legislature stated its intent to begin the process of selling the Care Center earlier this month, they've been met with intense public scrutiny. Last week, there were so … more
Oftentimes when you turn on the television or go online these days, there's no shortage of bad news waiting to greet you. The COVID-19 Pandemic has dramatically altered our lives and routines, huge … more
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most New Yorkers voted by way of absentee ballots in recent school board and primary elections. According to an article in The Hill on June 7, in at least four of … more
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