Mouth That Roars

Bill Liblick has made a name for himself of National TV Talk Shows where he spouted his outspoken views from the front row. Now he offers you his opinion every week in the "MOUTH THAT ROARS" Column in the Sullivan County Post.

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May 27th, 2022

Memorial Day 2022: A Time to Remember and Reflect

This weekend marks the unofficial beginning of the summer season. Barbequing and gathering with family and friends are starting up again as Covid19 restrictions are being eased.

Many tend to forget that Memorial Day is a time for remembrance of those who have […]

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May 16th, 2022

Vote in School Board Elections – Smear Campaign Against Lori Orestano-James Deplorable

Sullivan County school districts will be holding school board elections this Tuesday. These elections often go unnoticed by the general public even though they have tremendous impact on how our children receive their education.

School Boards control every aspect in running our schools including hiring superintendents […]

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March 14th, 2022

Village of Monticello Elections Will Determine If Chaos Returns

Village of Monticello politics has always been in constant turmoil. Who can forget the national media attention involving former Mayor Gordon Jenkins and the other Village scandals?

Under the leadership of Mayor George Nikolados things have begun to get a lot better in Monticello. Government is […]

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February 10th, 2022

Support WSUL Heart-A-Thon Annual Event Friday at Resorts World Catskills

The 44th annual WSUL Heart-A-Thon will take place this Friday, February 11th at the Resorts World Catskills from 6 AM to 6 PM and will be broadcast on 98.3 WSUL Radio. Everyone in Sullivan County should participate.

Over the years this vital fundraising event has […]

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January 9th, 2022

Rumblings Sullivan County NYS Dept of Health Office Slated to Move to Orange County

There are rumblings that New York State is planning on closing The New York State Department of Health Office in Monticello and merging it into the Orange County Office in Middletown.

Informed sources have noted that a recent finding on Open Book New York notes changes […]

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