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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
CALLICOON, NY — Twenty-some years ago, I asked lifelong Callicoon resident Ed Curtis if the current boom would last. We’d just seen a big increase in home sales, after a long period of … more
Stir-frys aren’t a traditional American dish, but the concept of them has been around in various forms and cultures for a long time. If you think about what a stir-fry is, it is essentially a … more
I did not eat a Brussels sprout until I was well into my fifth decade. Or I did, badly prepared, by which I mean steamed or boiled, then rolled around in a pat of butter and served on the mushy side, … more
If you’ve ever seen an image of a snowflake under a microscope, you know how amazingly beautiful they are. Individually or in clusters, snowflakes rival any artwork created by … more
At Thanksgiving, I hope your holiday is filled with tradition that uplifts you, prayers that inspire you and family and friends who love and admire you. When I have food, I think of all who are … more
‘Honk for Healthcare’ a success MONTICELLO, NY — On November 19, Sullivan County employees reporting for work were greeted by a cavalcade of cars bedecked with signs and banners, … more
Letters to the editor November 26 to December 2 more
David Louis Malti, beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother and uncle born on October 28, 1949 to William and Freda (Kennedy) Malti, died Friday, November 13 unexpectedly. He was 71. Dave is … more
HONESDALE, PA — A familiar voice from the public spoke up at Honesdale Borough Council’s November 16 virtual meeting. His issue with the borough is also a well-known one to any regular … more
So, I’ve been thinking. (Cue the horrified cries.) Looks like we have a Democratic president, a Democratic House and a Republican Senate. What’s going to get signed into law? Nothing, … more
It was on a Wednesday this September that I had pulled off the road to catch my bearing when working my first day in our neighboring Delaware County. While checking maps and apps, an officer in a … more
MONTICELLO, NY — In a press release issued at 12:39 p.m. on Saturday, November 21, Meagan K. Galligan declared victory in the race for Sullivan County District Attorney. “I have come … more
MONTICELLO, NY — The world-changing year of 2020 has slashed budgets.  Aid is cut. Grants are gone. All counties have been dealing with the fallout.  In Sullivan County, … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — In a brief special meeting of the Tusten Town Board held via Zoom on November 18 at 5:30 p.m., town clerk Crystal Weston was authorized to act as administrator of an online … more
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — “There’s been another home fuel oil spill in Cochecton,” said code enforcement officer Greg Semenetz at the November 11 meeting of the Cochecton Town … more
HONESDALE, PA — At a time when the reliability of local health systems seems more important than ever, the Wayne County Commissioners heard from two major community health care providers in … more
MONTICELLO, NY — The most recent meetings of the county legislature led to a lot of discussions, some of them angry. There’s a lot to digest in relation to the leasing of the … more
PENNSYLVANIA — According to Gov. Tom Wolf and Health Secretary Rachel Levine’s weekly COVID-19 update on November 23, the commonwealth had seen a seven-day case increase of 36,133 cases, … more
An event at The Nutshell, a bar at 6692 Route 52 in Lake Huntington, has resulted in at least six COVID-19-positive infections since the middle of this month. more
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