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Buckingham Township citizens need to get more information about the proposed pipeline and compressor station in their backyard. At the August 14 public meeting, about 45 people, mostly local … more
Of course no one wants a slaughterhouse in their backyard. It is, however, a necessary place, and the people and animals of Sullivan County will benefit. Here is why. People are not going to … more
There is much that needs to be done And even more that we can do. We may fail; we have no guarantee of success But a destiny awaits that only We the People can fulfill. For … more
Veterans have been the most crucial, substantial and significant resources to our nation’s history and future thus far. Not only are they the creators of the history that has so greatly affected … more
Ever since my husband and I moved into our farmhouse in Beach Lake, PA in 2006, I have dreamed of connecting to the community through my life experience in the arts as dancer, actor, writer. For The … more
The future of Sullivan County has suddenly come into sharp focus. We now know we won’t be fracked any time in the foreseeable future, and we’ll soon be getting a super-sized casino resort. For … more
On June 20, the U.S. House of Representatives voted on the House version of the 2013 Farm Bill. It received a solid trouncing, going down in defeat, 195 to 234. Obviously, the House leadership is … more
The editorial in the November 12-18 River Reporter, highlighting the multiple benefits of the New York Health Act, was especially timely given the serious shortcomings of current healthcare programs, … more
On January 8, the Town of Highland Zoning Board of Appeals will hear from the community whether or not to grant a variance for a proposed Dollar General (DG) store in Eldred. Allowing the building to … more
With the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change being released lately, scientists are as sure that we are causing the planet to warm by burning fossil fuels as they are that cigarettes … more
The weather was chilly and the trout persnickety for the 2014 One Bug fly-fishing tournament. Forty fly fishermen and women competed in this year’s tournament, held April 25 through 27 on the … more
A few years ago my friend told me that we had friends who were addicted to heroin. I scoffed and said, “Well, I don’t know any.” Little did I know that a few years later I would know all too … more
Others have gone before us who protected Grandmother Earth and did not poison her land, air and waters. Others have gone before us who respected Grandmother Earth and all of her birds, fish … more
The hopes and prayers of many New Yorkers were answered on Monday, June 29 when our state’s top environmental officer, Joseph Martens, issued a “Findings Statement” putting a fracking … more
The Town Board in Delaware will hold a public hearing on May 29 to discuss proposed zoning amendments. Originally the amendments included a provision allowing gas compressor stations as a permitted … more
Many of your readers, especially those who fish, will remember “The Complete Tangler,” a column that appeared in The River Reporter over a period of years, written by Clem Fullerton. I … more
The secrets, the answers, the solutions are most often hidden within the simple basics. Complexity, bureaucracy and rhetoric are fertile breeding grounds for misinformation and untruths, not to … more
We are blessed to live in a place with fresh air, clean water and a laidback quality of life. No matter what our situations or beliefs on individual issues or politics, we all hold these values to be … more
A recent Times Herald Record editorial declared that the ability of a “mere majority” of legislators to amend Sullivan County’s Charter was hasty, emotional and bad governance, and that only … more
On December 17, 2015, the community of Roscoe lost one of its most beloved friends: Jack Yelle. Jack was a family man, a friend, watercolor artist, teacher, veteran, community volunteer, … more
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