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Two thousand three hundred forty. That’s how many days a kid, the average kid, spends in a k-12 school building. Granted, there aren’t nearly as many of these buildings now as there … more
Ever done research before a vacation and stumbled on a slew of tips on how to enjoy your intended destination like a local? How to eat like a local. How to shop like a local. How to relax like a … more
It's been a few years since the meet the teacher night when I wandered through the Sullivan West High School dripping in sweat and fanning myself with the school-supplied map to the classrooms, … more
I had it all planned out. The Saturday morning would be quiet — my daughter at work, my husband relaxing from a long week — and I could finally sit down to plow through photo edits … more
I butchered my husband’s beard. This was never the plan. The plan was just a bit of control for the mass of hair sprouting from cheeks and chin. These months of living 6 feet apart have … more
There’s a question that’s been popping up on Facebook in recent days: Do you know someone who has had COVID? The short answer is yes. The longer answer is that — like all too … more
An eagle! An eagle! Now imagine someone yelling it but in a tone that’s both mocking and amused. Welcome to live with a Sullivan County teenager. I should have expected this. I was one … more
Growing up just feet from the river, there were always rules. You respected the river’s power. This was the unspoken rule, and yet it was the biggest one too — the one that stuck hard … more
If you’re a woman in Sullivan County, chances are pretty fair that you’ve opened up a letter in your mailbox in recent weeks to the news that Crystal Run is closing its Liberty offices … more
I’m not sure which was worse — the person who’d plopped down dozens of items in the express lane with the sign that expressly noted it was the place for 15 items or less or the … more
When you’ve covered graduations for the Democrat for two decades, the small things start to stick out – incremental changes in a sea of same. Because of course some things remain … more
There were technical issues, an amplifier that didn’t amplify, a music director forced to yell across a football field without a microphone, wind that picked up and sent students’ music … more
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