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By anyone's measure, a business owner who owns and grows an eatery for upwards of thirty years must be doing something very right. Ask your server or local restaurant owner next time you see them … more
The telephone has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. Growing up we had one telephone in the house. It hung on the wall in the kitchen, so it was easily accessible. Years later a … more
Several months ago, I wrote about the long journey taken by a printing project I had ordered. It spent a month in the nonspeedy hands of the USPS. The project was called “The Olden Girls”, a … more
One of my earliest memories of Easter with my family in Callicoon Center was when I was about seven or eight. Some older kids came by to visit me shortly before Easter and I was busy coloring eggs at … more
I have a bold statement to make: I have never purchased pre-made marinara sauce. And with a healthy dose of Italian heritage on my mother's side, I never had to. I grew up watching my grandmother, … more
The southern gentlemen involved were well educated and, along with the New England patriots who began the struggle for our independence, developed the principles with which our new country could live … more
There are some questions that remain constant for parents, no matter how old their child, no matter where they live. Will they be happy? Will they know how much I love them? And then there's … more
To the editor: I'm left to wonder if a facemask penalty was called on two recent plays shown in the Democrat sports pages. Clearly, two Ellenville football players and a Roscoe player were not … more
There were reports circulating last week that New York State became the first state in the nation to roll out a vaccine passport and that the technology developed will be used at entrances to … more
To the editor: The Youngsville Firecrackers, a Cornell Cooperative Extension Community Group would like to thank everyone that contributed to our 2020 Sock drive. Although we could not meet … more
To the editor: It appears that government dysfunction reigns in New York at the state level, NYC level, and in Sullivan County. At the state level there is a governor who should be removed from … more
It may sound like I am full of baloney, but Americans eat more that 300 million sandwiches a day. Since there are about 331 million people in our country, that means many of us are consuming one a … more
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