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Within the journalism community, there’s outrage over the assaults our fellow journalists have endured covering the unrest in America sparked by the death of a black man, George Floyd, in …
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They say that no one can tell us what life looks like after the pandemic. It is true, but this much I know: Life after the pandemic, and during the pandemic, will have its greatest potential if we …
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Letters to the editor
'Right is right, wrong is wrong' and more

‘The best person, no matter the party’ I try to imagine who would not vote for Jen Metzger. It would have to be someone who doesn’t follow the news in local papers, has no idea …

'And the country will collapse' and more

Letters to the editor July 30 to August 5

my view
Pretty much everyone who’s been paying attention is disgusted by the way Sullivan County Legislative Chair Rob Doherty has attempted to push through the sale of the Adult Care Center in …
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A group of protestors stands at the edge of the Honesdale Central Park along Church Street in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement Thursday, June 4.
Reading Wayne local Joe Suhosky’s alleged quoted remarks made me shake my head as if to say “not another fear monger.” Regrettably, there still are far too many Joes who believe in …
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Blogs

The race to destroy ourselves

Who will win the race to destroy mankind and the other creatures of the Earth? The nuclear powers or the populous countries that waited too long to confront the coronavirus? Nuclear weapons had a …

An American strawberry patch

Publisher’s Log: May 30, 2020 We have launched our first monthly conversation experiment. With the editorial “Moving the conversation forward” we proposed and tossed out the …

Musings on a Monday morning

Publisher’s Log: April 20, 2020 It’s a funny phenomenon. The pace of the day has increased. There is much to do. My day is over in a flash and when I think back that last Sunday was …