July 28th, 2011
The hydrofracking issue is once again taking center stage as the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) begins to release several reports on guidelines of high-volume hydraulic fracturing in gas drilling.
Before any drilling begins, we must be certain beyond a reason of doubt that our environment and infrastructure will not […]
July 21st, 2011
Over the years the term “Anonymous” has become synonymous with generous charitable contributions coming from warm hearted people not seeking publicity but wanting to help others. In a Synagogue the term goes hand and hand with all appeals.
It is heartfelt that “anonymous” has come to the rescue of one […]
July 15th, 2011
All incumbents and those seeking elective office should learn from Town of Thompson Supervisor Tony Cellini on what it takes to be a public servant.
While other elected officials sit back and do nothing, Cellini continually steps forward and takes the lead.
Frustrated with our everlasting battle to bring […]
July 8th, 2011
Back in the nineteenth century two families of the Appalachian Mountains engaged in an everlasting feud that involved every imaginable and unimaginable criminal act.
Although this might not be as extreme as the famed Hatfields and McCoys feud, the explosions happening in Forestburg are getting pretty close.
On one side […]
July 1st, 2011
BBQ’s, fireworks, and people are finally all over the place. The summer season has officially begun in Sullivan County, and before we know it, Labor Day will be around the corner.
Before we reach that point, there are a lot of must dos that should be on everyone’s list, […]