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Bill Moloney, president of the local chapter of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, takes his grandkids Carter and Rowan Hubbard down Main Street before the parade. Maloney spent 30 years with the New York State Police and now works as an investigator with the Orange County DA’s Office.

The luck of the Irish

JEFFERSONVILLE, NY — ‘Twas truly a fine afternoon to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, and what better way to wear the green than in a hometown parade.

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Nancy McGraw, director of Sullivan County Public Health Services, explains the results of the county health rankings. 

Progress in Sullivan Health

MONTICELLO, NY — The national county health rankings were released on March 14, and as has been the case for the past six years, Sullivan County came in next to last place in New York State. The Bronx had the worst health outcomes out of the 62 counties in the state, while Sullivan came in at 61.

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The Pennsylvania congressional maps as drawn by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court will stand.

Federal court declines to block new PA districts

WASHINGTON, DC — A federal three-judge panel ruled on March 19 that it would not step into the redistricting process in Pennsylvania, and therefore the new map drawn by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, with a consultant, will be the map used in the state for the congressional election this fall.

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Operators of the Competitive Power Ventures power plant in Orange County have been testing the facility in recent weeks using diesel fuels because natural gas is not yet being piped to the plant. The resulting emissions have led to a number of health complaints.

Officials call for investigation of CPV power plant

WAWAYANDA, NY — The conviction on March 13 of former Cuomo aide Joe Percoco on corruption charges related to the Competitive Power Ventures (CPV) power plant in Wawayanda has led to new criticism.

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Jim Powell of Tusten signs the register after picking up a tote bag. One bag per household is available to residents and can be obtained at the town clerk’s office. 

Tusten Constabulary to be decided by referendum

NARROWSBURG, NY — After months of debate and spirited input from the public, the Tusten Town Board decided to let the voters determine, through a proposition that will be on the November ballot, whether they want an on-road constabulary to be established in 2019.

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Celebrating the National Art Education Association’s Youth Arts Month, the Delaware Valley (DV) Art Department chair, Stephanie Cavallaro, center, introduced the officers for the district’s newly formed chapter of the National Art Honor Society: President Julia Thompson, left, and Vice-President Kiki Ruggiero. Both spoke at the March 15 DV Board of Education meeting, describing the importance of the arts and their teachers in setting direction in their lives. Cavallaro, a 34-year veteran on the DV faculty, has announced that she will retire at the end of current school year. 

Safety trumped DV Enough! School Walkout

SHOHOLA, PA — Meeting on the day after the March 14, Enough! National School Walkout to protest gun violence, Delaware Valley (DV) officials said safety issues led administrators to oppose a demonstration at DV. Students instead were encouraged to put their grievances in writing to state and federal legislators.

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Landscape architect Linda Stancliffe made a presentation to the Tusten Planning Board and members of the public, after which the Woodoak Road solar field project was unanimously approved.

Narrowsburg solar field gets green light

NARROWSBURG, NY — After receiving unanimous approval from the Tusten Planning Board for a solar farm on Woodoak Road in Narrowsburg, Richard Winter, CEO of Delaware River Solar (DRS), said that construction would begin this summer.  

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Get ready for spring

Spring is almost here, and it’s time to start preparing your home for the warmer months ahead. Here are some tips to help you get your house and yard in shape. Although many of the tasks can be do-it-yourself projects, hiring professionals can also help to move things along and get the job done right.

TRR photo by Susan Wade 

The smoldering remains of the Trail Building destroyed by a March 9 fire at Koinonia Lutheran Camp in Highland Lake. 

Camp building destroyed by fire

HIGHLAND LAKE, NY — Koinonia is a Greek word meaning Christian fellowship or communion with God, or more commonly with fellow Christians. Appropriately, it is also the name of a Lutheran camp located in Highland Lake.



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