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Hop to It! Saturday, March 20th marks the first day of official spring. The outgoing winter has been long, cold and snowy, a kind of 1980's winter, to hear tell of it from old-timers. We've had … more
To the editor: I just wanted to offer my thanks to the Sullivan County Public Health Services for their great work in organizing and administering Covid Vaccines at SUNY Sullivan. I received … more
To the editor: Though the resolution to censure Chairman Robert Doherty was struck down, it is abundantly clear from his repugnant behavior that not only was a censure deserved, Mr. Doherty is not … more
To the editor: To this day, not far from where I live, you can still observe a large banner pronouncing, Trump 2020, No More Bullshit, and where its owner displays allegiance not to the United … more
To the editor: The weekend before election day I had not yet decided how I would vote in the Mayoral election [which is happening today]. I consider both of the candidates to be respected and … more
To the editor: Mr. Doherty is right. I'm a Democrat, as are some others who regularly attend meetings of the legislature, but this has nothing to do with the sheer nastiness that has characterized … more
To the editor: I recently turned 78, but back in the 1960's I was young and a bit “groovy” and excited to be working in the NYC TV commercial industry. Like most of my cohorts, I was … more
Facebook. Salesforce. Spotify. The list goes on. They sent workers home when the pandemic first took hold of the United States, and they've told them they never have to go back into an office. … more
As we reflect on the one year anniversary of when the first case of COVID-19 was identified in a Sullivan County resident, many people have been reflecting on how drastically our lives have changed. … more
Is Washington DC using politics or common sense in dealing with the crisis at our southern border? Well it looks like the State of Texas is taking the issue into its own hands and has marshaled … more
On Monday, March 1, I was scheduled for help on my taxes at Mulberry House in downtown Middletown. I assumed the event would be held as usual in the office area. Retirees skilled in Math have … more
Although it's not recommended, I eat steak often. I honestly think it's in my DNA as part of being a Stabbert. My boyfriend and I will buy a nice cut of meat, whether it be a skirt steak, strip … more
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