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We may be looking at new legislation in Albany that would modernize the Bottle Bill and increase the returnable bottle deposit to ten cents. State Assemblyman Kevin Cahill of Kingston wants to … more
When a local radio station shared a list of local towns with the “ugliest sounding names,” I couldn’t help but cringe. Many names on the list come from Native American words or … more
Well, I finally pulled the plug. I got rid of my landline, after having one all my life. No more phone on the wall or the counter. No more home phone. I’m feeling a bit sentimental about it, to … more
In the January 7 front page article written by managing editor Joseph Abraham regarding the airport agreement between the county and HatzolAir it appears during discussion that the entire Sullivan … more
It’s around this time of year that you tend to see reminders pop up telling you that pets should spend no more than a few minutes outside in the cold. It’s good advice, and it’s … more
Both of my paternal great-grandparents came from countries that no longer exist. These places are gone, off the map, done. Allow me to explain. Recently my sister-in-law Regina sent me a photo of … more
Professional football has never really been the sport I wrote much about but individual players like Ben Roethlisberger is a stand-up quarterback who has given back to the sport in many ways. In … more
We’ve reached the stage of the pandemic where a child waking up with a sore throat creates a dilemma. Under normal circumstances in a New York winter, a sore throat isn’t necessarily … more
Well, the tree is down, the ornaments re-boxed, and the stockings are folded away. I’ll leave the lights outside on for a while longer, though, because I think it makes the house look cheery on … more
Peter Weber, senior editor at TheWeek.com is reporting, “scientists at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research has spent nearly two years developing a COVID-19 vaccine that should protect … more
Has the deja vu settled in yet? That unsettling feeling that each person you pass could be the one pass along COVID-19 has been here before? It’s how we felt before the vaccines, before we … more
We have all lived through another 12 months of a pandemic in 2021, and I asked some of my family members what helped them get through these days. My daughter Liz said, “Life has changed so … more
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