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MONTICELLO, NY — Sullivan County Public Health Services has confirmed that two Town of Thompson Walmart employees have tested positive for COVID-19 and may have exposed others while … more
Sullivan County Public Health Services is alerting anyone who visited the Sullivan County Government Center lobby in Monticello and who may have been in close proximity to the ballot-counting activity that they may have been exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19. more
HONESDALE, PA — Wayne Highlands School District Superintendent Greg Frigoletto released the following statement regarding a confirmed case of COVID-19 at Honesdale High School: At the end of … more
ONLINE — Judy Johnson, a nurse at a long-term care facility in New York City, did not pull punches. “Why were essential workers’ lives put at risk? Why did so many nursing home … more
LOCH SHELDRAKE, NY — SUNY Sullivan has been notified that a first-year nursing student has tested positive for COVID-19 at an off-campus facility. The student is isolating at home and the … more
PA Republicans asked AG Shapiro to recuse self WASHINGTON, D.C. — As President Donald Trump pursues legal challenges to the election results in Pennsylvania, nine Pennsylvanian, Republican … more
GLEN SPEY, NY — Peter Comstock calls it the blooming: the brightly colored tipis that have sprung up on school grounds. The Homestead School, Glen Spey’s Montessori school, has adapted … more
CALLICOON, NY — The pandemic was, has been, horrible. People have died. Friends have been ill. Our world feels out of control. But there have been points of calm in the chaos. Some of … more
I’ve never been to market to buy a fat pig, though I’ve picked up some mighty fine chorizo sausage, chops and ground pork from Hilly Acres Farm at the Callicoon Farmers’ Market. … more
LOCH SHELDRAKE, NY —  In the interest of the safety of students and the entire college campus community, SUNY Sullivan announces that campus residence halls will not be opened for the fall semester more
In the summer of 1996, my sister, Janet, and I rented a house in Callicoon. I was such a city girl at that point that it took me a while to realize more than a few facts of country life. One of … more
Time has taken on an uncomfortable nature since March 13. The days and nights are somewhat perpetual, somewhat rapid the way they linger and dissolve simultaneously. I often battle with which emotion … more
The Olympic torch entered an empty stadium in Athens on Thursday, March 19. Within this same marble arena, more than a century ago, the first International Olympic Committee (IOC) brought … more
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — And what a year it’s been as one door closes and others open to the future. On Saturday, July 18, Sullivan West High School held their commencement ceremonies for … more
The White House is now engaging in what can only be described as pure politics; the administration continues to spiral towards oblivion with a plan to kill thousands of children and educators in a … more
Our most traditional and taken-for-granted events are up in the air this year, stolen by COVID-19—the ultimate wrench in the works, in more ways than one. The speculation started back in … more
Letters to the editor July 16 to 22 more
BETHEL, NY – Lake Superior State Park in Bethel, operated by Sullivan County, will temporarily close for the July 4 weekend, starting the evening of Thursday, July 2 and running through the morning of Monday, July 6. more
NEW YORK — It wasn’t one particular incident that drove New York City-based artist Bernard Solco to think hard about leaving the city for the country. It was changes piling on and … more
HONESDALE, PA — When the Wayne County Emergency Food Relief Fund completed its final distribution day in May, Tannis Kowalchuk wasn’t ready to stop. The local government’s goal with … more
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