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Anthony Kaiser, left, pictured with Charles Knapp of the Narrowsburg Fire Department.

Narrowsburg man killed in Iraq

Casualty of small arms fire

NARROWBURG, NY—Pfc. Anthony Kaiser, 27, was killed in Baghdad, Iraq on March 17. According to the Department of Defense (DOD), Kaiser “died of wounds suffered when his unit came in contact with enemy forces using small arms fire. Kaiser was assigned to the 504th Military Police Battalion, 42nd Military Police Brigade, Fort Lewis, WA.”

A spokesman for the DOD said he did not know when Kaiser’s body would arrive in the United States, and that the time could vary depending on circumstances in Iraq.

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Students, parents say no to reopening DV campus

Petitions presented amid calls for civility

By FRITZ MAYER

LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY—Parents, students and teachers don’t want the Delaware Valley campus to be reopened. That was the message offered by the vast majority of speakers during the public comment period at the board meeting of the Sullivan West Central School District on March 15.

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Republican candidates come out swinging

Democrats attacked for ‘promises not kept’

By FRITZ MAYER

MONTICELLO, NY—Republican county chairman John LiGreci set an aggressive tone when he accused Democrats of overspending, creating unnecessary new government jobs and not fulfilling promises they made when they were swept into the majority in January 2004.

The occasion was a news conference at the Sullivan County Government Center on March 15 to announce Republican candidates for the November elections.

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