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ELDRED, NY — A red coffee canister passed from hand to hand. Shouts and interruptions rang from the crowd. Grassroots democracy was in full vigor at the Town of Highland Democratic caucus. more
ELDRED, NY — Michael A. Carpentieri was not the only applicant for the Eldred Central School District Elementary Principal. But at the end of the application process, he was the only one anyone wanted. more
Public safety commissioner headed for North Carolina MONTICELLO, NY — Sullivan County Commissioner of Public Safety Rick Sauer will be leaving his position effective Friday, July 9. He has … more
SULLIVAN WEST and ELDRED CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS — Leveraging additional monies from the NY State Education Department, both Sullivan West and Eldred are planning to approve budgets that … more
ELDRED, NY — Concerns about short-term rentals and the future of the Barryville Farmers’ Market were clear March 9 during a public hearing on a proposed rewrite of the Town of Highland … more
ELDRED, NY — Both district treasurer Caleb Russell and superintendent Dr. John Morgano are pleased that the compressor station tax assessment has been reduced by $24 million. Originally … more
ELDRED, NY — The Highland Town Board meetings held during the past year have often been sparsely attended and mundane affairs. Tuesday, February 9, found the Eldred Town Hall at its COVID-era … more
ELDRED, NY — Millennium Pipeline originally asked for a reduction of $56 million; in the end, it was reduced by $24 million. The outcome of the tax certiorari litigation with Millenium … more
ELDRED, NY — Despite the unprecedented time and the uncertainty of budgets and funding, the Highland Town Board moved through its agenda with due diligence. The October 13 meeting began with a … more
ELDRED, NY — The day was full of brilliant sunshine, reminiscent of that same day 19 years ago. And folks gathered to remember how a day so full of promise quickly turned into one so horrific … more
ELDRED, NY — “We take care of kids,” said superintendent of school Dr. John Morgano as he explained the new child care program at the school this fall. On a one-year trial, … more
ELDRED, NY — Supervisor Jeff Haas began his monthly report with a plea to people to complete their census forms, stating that the response rate is a miserable 31 percent for the county, which … more
The Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River includes parts of five counties: Sullivan, Delaware and Orange in New York, and Pike and Wayne in Pennsylvania, and occupies more than 50,000 acres. … more
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REGION — Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, votes for school district budgets have been pushed back to Tuesday, June 9 this year, but voters can act only through absentee ballots. School … more
ELDRED, NY — For the Highland Town Board, it was business as usual, as “usual” has been redefined to include social distancing and talking into a speakerphone instead of to a … more
ELDRED, NY — The idea was birthed before the coronavirus struck, but it couldn’t be more timely. The leadership of the Eldred Congregational Church was searching for a way to meet … more
GLEN SPEY, NY — Like many organizations, the Town of Lumberland has turned to high-tech to be in compliance with state-mandated social distancing edicts.  Meeting via Zoom, the town … more
LIBERTY, NY — It takes a real grappler to know what the sport of wrestling is all about. In other words, when you’re teaching a generation of new matmen in a sport where the rubber … more
ELDRED, NY — Yes, experience does matter. And the girls’ varsity game of hoops on Wednesday, February 19 between the home team Lady Yellowjackets of Eldred (1-14) and the Livingston … more
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