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Resilient. If we could only pick one word to describe the Class of 2020 we feel this is the one. Attorney and author Elizabeth Edwards once said, “Resilience is accepting your new reality, even if … more
With the warm weather here and longer days ahead, it's tempting to forget that we still have an invisible enemy in our midst. A global pandemic continues to spread across the globe and there are … more
Peaceful protests have continued across the nation and in our backyard. It is truly a beautiful thing to see people across multiple generations gather together in an effort to use their First … more
In today's edition of the Democrat we featured a story on inmates at the Sullivan County Correctional Facility who have achieved their associates degree through the Hudson Link For Higher Education … more
These have been very tough months for all of us. The deadliest pandemic in over a century has caused enormous disruption in all our lives. According to data from Johns Hopkins University, over … more
You may have noticed a few more New York State Police vehicles out and about this past weekend, as they increased their patrol in an effort to combat drunk, impaired and reckless driving throughout … more
Just like everything else in the last few months relating to the COVID-19 pandemic, Memorial Day will also be observed differently. What we know as Memorial Day today, began as Decoration Day in … more
It's shocking the difference a few months can make. At the beginning of February, Sullivan County and the country at large were looking at record low unemployment numbers and people's financial … more
While it's not June quite yet, this is usually the time of year when students across Sullivan County and their families are getting ready to celebrate graduation. It's usually a time of great … more
Looking on the bright side is sometimes easier said than done. With social distancing in effect, some people are going a bit stir crazy, missing more personal interactions with friends and family. … more
The county legislature voted 6-1 to appoint County Court Judge Michael F. McGuire as the next county attorney in February. In light of the 66-page Determination from the State of New York … more
With everyone focused on the current health predicament facing the world -- COVID-19 -- some things have gotten lost in the shuffle. We thought it'd be good to have a change of topic for today's … more
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