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I expected to be sad on the first day of school. This is how it’s always been as summer has faded into fall and late night movies have given way to early morning wake-ups. What I … more
Liberty To the editor: What ere you’re blessed with all come from Heaven A little bit more work As you reach good ole seven Consider yourself lucky and lots of fun … more
Some folks are concerned with their social security and Medicare and what effect the pandemic has had on the two pillars of America’s social safety net. I found an article from Yahoo News … more
To the editor: We have known for the longest time it was necessary to remove our friends from Afghanistan. There was even a sitcom, The United States of Al, on TV about the dire situation. If … more
To the editor: On August 29th, I wrote a letter to Sen. Martucci asking him to help on an issue related to certain NY State regulations on school bus transportation. It has been more than a … more
To the editor: Texas denies women’s rights to their bodies, suppresses minority rights to vote, denies science during a plague. All done in the name of God’s Law. Sounds like the … more
To the editor: It’s always heartening to read about people helping injured birds (“Double raptor rescue,” Sept. 3). It’s even more thrilling when the bird in question is a … more
A new school year has begun. When I was a student, the first day of school meant freshly sharpened pencils, a new 3-ring binder, a pile of new notebooks, and so many beginnings. There were reunions … more
Where were you 20 years ago on September 11? What were you doing when you heard the news? Our editorial staff (in-office), as of now, are all under 30 years old. We remember listening to the radio … more
Remembering those long Labor Day weekends of the past when everyone tried their best to crowd those past summer months into four days in the mountains of Sullivan County. Route 17 had traffic … more
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
September marks National Suicide Prevention and Awareness month. All month long, mental health advocates, prevention organizations and community members join forces to recognize the mental health … more
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