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Reaching back to antiquity, the notion of private property brings order to the distribution of landholdings by establishing both definitive ownership and the recorded ownership history. Today, a massive body of settled case law continues to grow around the often-complex nuances of property rights. more
Rural & Migrant Ministry, Inc. (RMM) commends the New York State government for taking steps to ensure that the labor rights of farmworkers are protected. The recently adopted state budget … more
On several occasions, anglers have asked what I thought was the single most important issue facing the future of trout fishing in the Catskills. Without hesitation, I replied, “Continued and … more
Our democratic political system is under profound threat. Democracy requires a political culture based on the shared agreement that everyone has equal rights, that no one’s rights have more … more
What's new in the Upper Delaware Region January 20 to 26 more
Highland ambulance assets must be accounted for Having recently returned to the area and speaking with family and friends, I was made aware of the fact that the American Legion Post #1363 will no … more
November 25, 2021 starts the one-year countdown until New York City officially bans the sale of foie gras, French for fatty liver, a shot to the heart of Sullivan County’s foie gras farms. … more
I attended the Woman’s March in Narrowsburg because, as a woman, I have experienced a lot of instances where my body was degraded. Whether it be from sexual molestation, men wanting nothing … more
When I was 17 years old in 1982, I became pregnant, literally the first time my boyfriend and I were intimate. My partner was not interested in taking any co-responsibility for the pregnancy and I … more
“The best-laid plans… ” Have you ever had one of those days that just seemed to turn upside down and stay that way for hours? Well, if you’re a caretaker for someone who is … more
What's new in the Upper Delaware Region September 2 to 8 more
Fourth drowning this season on the Upper Delaware River DELAWARE RIVER — The fourth local drowning on the Delaware River in as many days left Town of Highland Supervisor Jeff Haas deeply … more
MONTICELLO, NY — Sullivan County legislators unanimously appointed seven local residents to the human rights commission to serve as an advisory panel to executive director Adrienne … more
Recently, members of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives voted on a slew of anti-abortion bills that would harm women all over the state. One bill, H.B. 118, prime sponsored by Rep. Francis … more
MONTICELLO, NY — Everyone is sure that something will benefit Sullivan County in the recently passed New York State budget. The $212 billion state package has money for small businesses, the … more
MONTICELLO, NY — Cat Scott wants to visit her mother. Lou Setren wants to visit his mother, too.  Bert Kohn, the administrator at the Care Center at Sunset Lake, says his hands are tied … more
MONTICELLO, NY — It doesn’t matter what we look like, how much we weigh, how much money we have or if we can walk. Underneath it all, we are human, and helping us recognize that is … more
What's going on with sustainability January 21 to 27 more
Letters to the editor October 15 to 21 more
After World War II, the United Nations created the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) for the advancement of certain freedoms considered fundamental to all people. Eleanor Roosevelt chaired … more
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