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Politics is hard

Politics, especially local politics, is hard work. Easier to share headlines from the national press. Following local political trends in Sullivan and Delaware counties is another matter; that needs sustained attention and real commitment. And it’s certainly less rakish.

TRR photos by Laurie Stuart

Bernie Creamer, left, is seen with son Steven at Tusten’s Volunteer Appreciation Day on October 14.

Ode to the volunteers

The People Who Make it Happen

(You know who you are)

They save our lives, they plant our flowers.

They work for free for many hours.

They sort our books, they pick up our litter

and I’ve never seen them be bitter.

They feed our needy, they help the churches,

Young rider

It is one of our warmer October days. Leaves are still falling. Butterflies are making their way around the plants on the deck. It is nice to be home early.

Conventional wisdom

A debate at SUNY Sullivan on the pros and cons of a New York State constitutional convention was held on October 11 between convention expert Gerald Benjamin and union organizer Michael Grubiak. Benjamin favors a convention; Grubiak does not.



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