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While at the Hortonville firemen’s parade last Saturday, I was saddened—no, disappointed—to see how much times have changed. Used to be that on the day of a parade—Memorial Day, … more
[The events of] 9/11 were seminal for our world. At the time people said, “It will change everything.” Our worldview has been changed, as well as our priorities as a people and a nation. We have … more
New York State Democrats have a clear choice for this year’s nominee for governor. They can run Andrew Cuomo, an “Albany Insider” who has cut spending for public schools, betrayed his earlier … more
I would respectfully like to state two reasons why Stephan Schick should be elected one of the New York State Supreme Court Justices of the 3rd Judicial District. First, Mr. Schick is highly … more
I was disturbed by recent claims from political candidates who stated that they brought significant grants into the county. The recent case of Cora Edwards taking credit for the County's broadband … more
Light it up! As a former member of the Honesdale Borough Council, I am greatly disturbed by the attempt to remove the star and cross from historic Irving Cliff, which is part of Gibbon’s Park. … more
Scare tactics You don’t have to be for a gas compressor station to be against the fear-based tactics of SCRAM (Sullivan County Residents Against Milennium). Such tactics include … more
[The below letter was written to Leslie S. Richards, secretary of the PA Department of Transportation. See page 2 for related news brief.] I live on Lackawaxen Road in Shohola Township, Pike … more
At a time when Americans are looking for Congressional leadership, we can’t afford to tie the hands of Congress on the most important trade issues of the day. Trade Priorities and Accountability … more
In The River Reporter article “A second look at heroin,” it is reported that information from the Center for Disease Control “said that for young people the leading cause of death in this … more
In regards to all the deadly crashes on 17B in the past year: Is the sheriff’s department even aware of what appears to be a new sick type of “chicken game” most likely for kids and those … more
I read the ‘Ice Advice’ article in the February 13th River Reporter. I was especially glad to see the picture displaying the sign at Skinners Falls, “Area Closed.” This is helpful information … more
At birth, Andrea embraced the world with zeal and great determination. Born with an easy temperament and affable personality, she demonstrated interest early on in people, art and nature. She had an … more
The forthcoming Damascus Supervisor election is very important. No matter who is elected, the Board will have to deal with a range of crucial issues, issues that require both understanding and … more
Who will really pay for the wall? When he wanted our vote, President Trump told us, over and over, that he’d make Mexico pay for a wall. Why is he now asking us to pay for it? He told us, again … more
This is in response to the article “Petersheim Stirs the Pot.” I am always a supporter and would encourage taxpayers to be informed and speak out. I have done it myself in my own town and have … more
By Bernie Creamer 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. … more
I have sent a version of this letter about being in favor of legalized crossbow hunting in New York State to Gunther, Bonacic, Sweeney, the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) and Cuomo. I … more
We've been lucky to have Maurice Hinchey as our Congressman for two decades. As Hinchey prepares to retire, he came to Callicoon last week to give his full endorsement to Julian Schreibman … more
Last week, the Town of Highland Town Hall was filled with a large number of residents who took time from their busy lives to communicate their thoughts on the proposed revised comprehensive plan. … more
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