Sullivan County Democrat
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September 19, 2006 Issue
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Issue Date   Lead Stories
September 28, 2004 News:
Meet Our Newest Hometown Hero
Harsh Words Continue at SPCA
Liberty Celebrates Renaming of Post Office

Comets Slip Past Bears
Bulldogs Devour Blue Devils
Wildcats Fall Hard
September 24, 2004 News:
Officials Urge Residents to Apply for Aid Now
Agriculture Takes the Biggest Hit
Monti Natives Witness End of 'Amazing Race'

Dragons Burn Bulldogs
Falcons Fall Prey to Bears
Comets, Yellowjackets Work Hard for the Ball
September 21, 2004 News:
Delaware Rolls Over Western Sullivan
Southern Sullivan Smacked by Ivan
Northern Sullivan Faces Flooding Again

Golf Champions Crowned
Bears Swat Yellowjackets
Roscoe's Athletic Fields Under Water
September 17, 2004 News:
Arguments Tearing County SPCA Apart
Flooding Impacts Continue to Mount
Grief, Memories Tinge 9/11 Service

Bulldogs Ready for Home Game
Bulldog Booters Take Bite Out of Liberty
T-V Dominates in Monti Meet
September 14, 2004 News:
Local Kids Benefit From ATV Run
A Day to Show Support for Troops
Max Yasgur, 'Archives Gang' Honored

Roscoe No Match for Hancock
Stinging Defeat Handed to Manor
Tourney Title Stays Home
September 10, 2004 News:
Partnership Hires Vice President
Showcasing the Stars at 'Day To Be Gay'
'Faith in Action' Comes to County

Walton Blitzes Tri-Valley
Spartans Tame Wildcats
Tourney to Benefit 'Senora Mitterwager'
September 7, 2004 News:
Help Available for Flood Victims
All County Schools Open This Week
'Reunion' Litigation to Be Decided

School – And Sports – Are Back in County
Young Golfers Compete at Tennanah Lake
Catskill Junior Tour Swings Into Wallkill
September 3, 2004 News:
Westbrookville Swamped by Torrent
New SW Supt. Ready to Work
Jeff Parking Disappearing

Fly-Fishing Gets Its Due
Senior Games Features Players of All Abilities
The Sire Stakes Are Coming
August 31, 2004 News:
Church's 150th Leads to Special Visit
Monticello's 200th Hailed as Unifier
Senate Candidate Changes Ballot Spot

ABC Title Earns Title
United Way Tourney Rakes in $40,000
Fishing for Kids AND Fish . . .
August 27, 2004 News:
'Town Haul' Projects Raise Concerns in Jeff
Clock Installed, Firehouse Next
Senate Candidate Fights for Ballot Spot

Volleyballers Wrap Season
Softballers Wrap Season
They Certainly Were Amazin'
August 24, 2004 News:
Seneca-Cayugas Offer State a Casino Deal
Residents, Merchants Demand Bridge Stay Open
Family Rallies to Aid Woman With Rare Cancer

Pop Warner Team Prepares for Season
Stoltz Takes Catskill Amateur Tourney
Softball Teams Grab Victories
August 20, 2004 News:
Consultant Says Changes Are Needed
Fire Leaves Family Homeless
Vandalism Still an Issue in Wurtsboro

White Sulphur Springs Wins Title
Mr. Willy's Wins Titles
Charlie's Angels Advances to Semifinals
August 17, 2004 News:
Massive Flooding Leaves Major Damage
Advisory Board Spurs Controversies
Judge is Honored With Park

L & P Prevails At Memorial Tournament
Annual ATV Run Slated
County Native Plays For Univ. of Arizonas
August 13, 2004 News:
Woodstock Anniversary Event Has Been Scheduled
Loch Sheldrake FD Helps Out Brother
Meet "Special" Fireman

Liberty Resident Preps For Olympics
ABC Title Scores Win Over Trotter's
Stinger’s Wins to Advance In Liberty League Playoffs
August 10, 2004 News:
Renaissance Awards Given to Determined Communities
A Saturday Spent Down And Out on the Farms
Volunteers Play Host To Liberty Parade

SCCC Summer Basketball League Crowns Boys, Girls Champions
Cohen and Johnston Win Democrat Tourney
Legends Compete In Celebrity Golf Event
August 6, 2004 News:
Cayugas, State Drop Raceway Casino Deal
Kenoza Lake Site Of Big Development Plans
Operation Support Our Troops Is Big Success

Even the Cops Enjoyed A 'Night Out' of B-ball
From Woodridge To the Far East
'B' Team Tops 'A' Team At All-Star Games
August 3, 2004 News:
All Corps in County Headed to Court
Callicoon Street Fair Scores Another Hit
The Games Began in Livingston Manor

For 25 Years, It's Been a Monster
Spartans Take the Field
Nugget Strikes Gold
July 30, 2004 News:
Residents Demand Plant Statement
Ferndale Market on National Register
Wurtsboro Forming Neighborhood Watch

River Run Sets Records
Raceway Announces Races
Following His Snowboarding Dream
July 27, 2004 News:
Another Permitless Woodstock?
Jeff Readies For Spotlight
Fight for Toronto Takes New Turn

Boys Improve Skills At Camp
Hunting Club Raises Funds For Oncology Unit
Spartans Win One, Lose One
July 23, 2004 News:
DEC Judge Rules on Landfill
Professor Offers Waste Alternatives
County Resident Celebrates 100th

First Place and Perfect Record Are Angels' Own
Monticello Native Signs With Minor Leagues
Mr. Willy's Routs The Nugget
July 20, 2004 News:
Groundbreaking Begins in Bethel
Casino Advocates Make Case to County
Minisink Battle Commemorated

Girls Improve Basketball Skills
Monti Track Record Broken
More Than 80 Kids Enhance Soccer Skills
July 16, 2004 News:
Wurtsboro Fights Vandalism
Route 17’s Exit 114 Is Focus of I-86 Concerns
Certain Area Projects Gain, Lose IDA Benefits

Golfers Play For Those Who Can't
Outlasting the Team And the Rain
Thousands Raised In Game for Youth
July 13, 2004 News:
Bethel Woods to Break Ground on July 19
Crystal Run Healthcare Opens in Rock Hill
County Finds Itself Short $7 Million

Canoe Regatta Makes a Splash
Cougars Lose Twice
Local Team Loses Bid for State Title
July 9, 2004 News:
Court Rules VLT Payout Unconstitutional
Concord Redevelopment Could Hinge on a Casino
Union Decries Layoffs at CRMC

First-of-Its-Kind Show Awes and Entertains
Athletes of All Ages Tackle 5K Run/Walk
Angels Keep Halos Unscathed
July 6, 2004 News:
Legislators Terminate Hauling to Landfill
Take a Tour of the County – And Its 45 Talented Artists
Involving Everyone in the Renaissance

Cougars Clawed
Catskill Junior Tour Begins New Season
Roark's Timely Hits Lead to Close Win
July 2, 2004 News:
The Racino Is Open
Monticello Natives on One 'Amazing Race'
Hospital CEO Blames Cuts on Lack of Paying Patients

Mr. Willy's Grabs Triumph From Defeat
Was That the Catskill Cougars?
CES Rolls Past Cooper Paint
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