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      Just before Thanksgiving, the media reported breathlessly that Americans are deeply pessimistic about the economy. Based on an early November …

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Sullivan West boys' varsity soccer

LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — The Bulldog boys’ varsity booters wrapped up the 2021 season of soccer with a 2-5 overall record, and were 0-0 in league competition. They were coached by …
Talking sports

Memorable moments from the Sullivan West’s girls’ varsity soccer season

LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY – With the fall sports season a hazy reflection in the rearview mirror, it’s time to share a few more photographic memories of a year in which the Lady Bulldogs …
Talking sports

Bulldogs salute scholar-athletes

LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — On Wednesday, October 17, Sullivan West High School celebrated the playing-field accomplishments of their junior varsity and varsity-level student-athletes of the fall …
Editorial
Over the river and through the woods, communities are stepping out with holiday events. Perhaps it is the excitement to gather together in spirit following more than a year’s worth of living …
Leisure

Hanukkah may have come and gone, but according to some random post I stumbled across on the internet, there are “approximately 29 holidays observed by seven of the world’s major religions …

What's going on in arts, leisure and the community December 9 to 15
HURLEYVILLE, NY — Local artist, food artist, and cake artist Kim Simons—who has recently been seen competing on Food Network's “Halloween Wars” and “The Big …
Well here I am, writing another column on 11-28-21—the first night of Hanukkah—while contemplating life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Or something like that. Not that Hanukkah is …
Police Blotter
In the Pike Courts: December 3, 2021

Pike County District Attorney Raymond J. Tonkin announced the following criminal sentences were issued by Pike County Court of Common Pleas President Judge Gregory Chelak:

Detective Mark Hess retires from Liberty police

In the Wayne County Courts: December 2

Coronavirus Updates
ALBANY, NY — On Thursday, December 2, Governor Kathy Hochul announced the first confirmed cases of the COVID-19 Omicron variant in New York State. So far, the five cases appear unrelated and …
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WHITE MILLS, PA — White Mills, you could say, was built on glass. Cut glass, leaded crystal, glass that catches the light and the eye; it’s a testimony to the business acumen of …

Greetings, all. I’m listening to the thunder of flying squirrel feet in our attic. The squirrels have replaced the bats who owned the attic for 40 years, and the new residents seem to have made …