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They say it’s not long till daylight saving time and spring, but who are "they"? It is nice to get out of work and it’s not pitch dark. Everyone knows March 17 is St. Patrick’s Day; in my youth, it was a wild and crazy day. Right down the block from where I lived, there was a bar called Kerrigan’s—my home away from home.


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Inches to go for “two”.    Sullivan West’s net-getter Sabrina Martinez goes to the basket as Eldred’s Hannah Jennings defends.

Of Timber and Timbre

LAKE HUNTUNGTON, NY – “If a tree falls in a forest, and no one is around to hear it, does it makes a sound?”


Rock  and roll. Sullivan West’s Eric McBride concentrates on driving to the paint, as Eldred’s defensemen Dylan Jennings, John McGarry and Jordan Reed try to cut him off at the pass.

A couple of building years

LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — The 2018-2019 boys’ varsity basketball season for Sullivan West (3-5) and their rivals from Eldred (0-5) could by all accounts be summed up in one word, and that is “building,” for the present with an eye on the future.


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Cochecton heightens security

LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — Effective immediately, access to the Cochecton Town Hall outside of its normal business hours will require entry of a four-digit personal identification code into the building’s security system. Supervisor Gary Maas made the announcement at the town board’s January 2 reorganization meeting.


A delicate balance. The Wizards’ Dwayne “Swoop” Simpson balances a basketball on his chin using a ballpoint pen.

Wizards wow ‘em at Sullivan West

LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — On Sunday afternoon, January 6, Sullivan West rang in the new year by hosting a fundraising basketball game between a home team comprised of teachers and staff pitted against the internationally known Harlem Wizards.


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Cochecton upgrades for 2019

LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — At the outset of the December 12 Cochecton Town Board meeting, supervisor Gary Maas’ objective was to set a record for the board’s shortest meeting. That didn’t happen. Detailing a hodge-podge of town plans and options for extensive equipment, technology and infrastructure upgrades took more time than anticipated.

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