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Juneteenth is coming up on Monday, June 19. Wondering why we celebrate Juneteenth on this date? I’ll share the history behind this important holiday. The Juneteenth holiday came about from … more
The Committee to Re-elect Daniel Sturm Town of Bethel Supervisor has officially announced his candidacy for reelection. He will run on the Democratic and Sullivan United Party lines in the November 7 … more
My East Branch (Delaware) used to be a real river; It was subject to normal seasonal changes. The low, warm water of summer was great for families Who wanted to fish and swim and play … more
WE SUPPORT OUR LOCAL FIRE AND EMS SERVICE.  We have family who are police, fire and EMS personnel. Our statements regarding emergency medical services are being misrepresented by … more
The Weiden family has been part of the Tusten community since 1904, and we are the fourth generation to own the family farm outside the hamlet. Beginning with our 2015 acquisition of the former … more
Anyone who picks up garbage on the side of the road generally has the same thought: What possesses a person to think that they can just throw things out of their vehicle window? It’s a bit of a … more
In celebration of Women’s History Month, we have featured images from the Woman Card Girl Power playing cards, which showcases and celebrates young women who have changed the world. Moving … more
In celebration of Women’s History Month, we’re featuring images from the Woman Card Girl Power playing cards, which showcase and celebrate young women who have changed the world. Moving … more
When I first arrived in the east, in my heart I laughed at people using umbrellas in snowfall, which is very much not a midwestern thing to do. But after getting dampened by soggy flakes a few times, … more
Praise be for mud when the frost goes out, And the sap runs and the seeds sprout And the tree buds burst with a soundless shout! Beginning time — the time of birth, The new yeast … more
In celebration of Women’s History Month, we’re featuring images from the Woman Card Girl Power playing cards, which showcase and celebrate young women who have changed the world. Moving … more
Did you know that large supermarkets and food companies pay a lot of money to know exactly the best way to market their products to you, the consumer?  From the color of the packaging to the … more
Sunshine Week is March 12 to 18. This week gives us the opportunity to celebrate and recognize that we all have a right to know.  Sunshine Week was launched in 2005 by the American Society of … more
In celebration of Women’s History Month, we’re featuring images from the Woman Card Girl Power playing cards, which showcase and celebrate young women who have changed the world. Moving … more
Celebrating Women’s History Month By LAURIE STUART With an aim of increasing awareness of women’s contributions to society, educators in Santa Rosa, CA, first celebrated … more
How can humanity ensure a brighter future? I know for a portion of the older generations, the answer is filed under “Not my problem.” But as someone hoping to be part of this eventuality, I am slightly more concerned. Sullivan 180, usually associated with improving the county’s health, recently held an MLK Day of Service Youth Summit to try and strengthen the future of our community by supporting and empowering teenagers. more
Welcome to 2023! May the new year bring you health, wealth and wisdom.  more
Chanukah is believed to be the first case in recorded history of a military battle waged for religious freedom. The Syrian Greeks sought to suppress and eliminate various aspects of Jewish religious practice that set Judaism apart from other cultures. Most notable were the bans placed on distinct areas of spiritual engagement, such as circumcision and Torah study—a veritable assault against body and soul. more
I just received one of the best presents ever—the passing of “Elizabeth’s Law,” named in memory of my daughter. more
With this week’s paper, we begin a six-week exploration of joy. It seemed fitting that given the current state of national and global news, we concentrate on finding stories of resilience. That we explore the path from pain and separation to interconnection and—if we are lucky and diligent—joy. more
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