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This appeal to the Public Health and Health Planning Council (PHHPC) on the certificate of need application for Project #231044 was sent to the PHHPC on March 26, 2024. It is slightly edited. … more
Dear Members of the SC Legislature, NYS DOH, Residents of Sullivan County and the State of New York, Good Morning, Thank you for listening to our letter that is being read. Yes, our letter … more
An element I did not touch on with much depth in a review of New York Gov. Kathy Hochul’s budget proposal has become one of the most prescient, and that’s her push to reformat how school … more
Now the members of the U.S. Senate must finish the job of placing whole milk back into our schools, now that Congressman G. T. Thompson has received a thunderous victory for his efforts in getting … more
The almost interminable awards season for the film industry has culminated with the extravaganza that is The Oscars.  As those barely clad Golden Men get placed in homes and offices; and … more
After the mega-warehouse application was withdrawn, negotiations between Milford Township and the Milford Water Authority (MWA) began in January with a follow-up meeting scheduled for March 14. The … more
St. Patrick’s Day is generally associated with heavy drinking, lively parties, good food and big celebrations. Most bars, pubs and restaurants are banking on big alcohol sales. While there are … more
I know, I should be delighted by our mild(ish) winter weather. I’m not. Why? Not because I fear climate change and a warming globe that this moderation probably signals. No. It’s for … more
It’s 2024, but it feels like we’re back in 1991 this Women’s History Month. Back then, President George H.W. Bush was following in the footsteps of his predecessor Ronald … more
After the mega-warehouse application was withdrawn, negotiations between Milford Township and the Milford Water Authority (MWA) began in January with a follow-up meeting scheduled for 7 p.m. on March … more
When I was a little girl, maybe eight, my mother had a bag. A bag so big that I thought we were going on vacation. No, it was just a handbag—a bigger one, says the 57-year-old woman inside … more
According to Marc Molinaro (HR-19th), Sullivan County Head Start, Inc. (SCHS) had received enough money to stay open through March 2024 and, with proper paperwork, would have received additional … more
Black History Month 2024: Nikki Haley isn’t the only one having trouble talking about racism and slavery. Invited to speak at a university, the topic was put to me: “Why is it so hard to … more
According to Marc Molinaro (HR-19th), Sullivan County Head Start, Inc. (SCHS) had received enough money to stay open through March 2024 and, with PROPER PAPERWORK, would have received additional … more
Elizabeth Eckford suffered the epithets of an angry mob as, books in arms, she strode toward the front door of Little Rock Central High School in 1957. “Lynch her! Lynch her!” a neatly … more
February is Children’s Dental Health Month. This observance of oral health helps to raise awareness and reinforce the importance of good oral health in our children as well as to provide … more
I think most of us are unhappy that the events of the world have forced a divisive tone into our otherwise friendly local communities. But unfortunately, these events are of such historical … more
In recent times, embracing science and rejecting hocus-pocus explanations of how the world functions has become an increasingly widespread characteristic of modern behavior.  We no longer … more
It was freezing cold last Saturday at sundown, five degrees Fahrenheit and windy, especially on the bridge. But I had dressed for it! I got out my long black thrift-store special down coat with just … more
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