Sullivan County Democrat
Callicoon, New York
September 19, 2006 Issue
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June 28, 2005 News:
Government Center Damaged by Fire
Hearing Details DPW Scandal
Proposed Callicoon Firehouse Unveiled

Liberty Softballers Have Good Season
Winners, Brothers
Sports Academy Offers Day Camp
June 24, 2005 News:
DPW Commish Testifies About Charges
Casino Maneuvering Continues in Albany
Sullivan Hospitality Back in the Spotlight

Sports Academy Has New Owners, New Location
Run Nets $25,000 for Research
Fallsburg Has Highs and Lows
June 21, 2005 News:
From an Airport to a Stadium?
DPW Hearing Open to Public
Are We Paving Over Paradise?

Liberty Lauds Cream of the Crop
Firefighters, Police Battle to Help Tia
Residents Have Fun While Helping Church
June 17, 2005 News:
Monticello Airport Sold for $3.2 Million
Meet the Greatest Bar-Hoppers of All
For Her Love of Animals

Fallsburg Student Is Going Places
Friends of the NRA Gather Together
Baseball Returning to SCCC This Year
June 14, 2005 News:
Governor, Senator at Odds on Casino
Husband, Wife Will Share Kidney
County Welcomes New Dairy Princess

Outstanding Skills Lauded at Fallsburg
How Liberty Fared This Baseball Season
Comets Miss the Mark
June 10, 2005 News:
Legislator Will Give Up Seat if Elected
Stars Turn Out for 'Cinderella Man'
Monticello Hands Keys to MobileMedic

Outstanding Skills Lauded at SW
SCCC AD Has Choices to Make
Baseball Returns to Sullivan County
June 7, 2005 News:
SW Closes DV, Narrowsburg
Local Duo Working on Historic District
Family Grateful for Quick Response to Fire

Outstanding Skills Lauded in Monticello
The Drs. Kutsher
Learning the Art of Fly-Tying
June 3, 2005 News:
DPW Employees Facing Charges
Students Put Forensic Skills to Work
Fallen Soldier's Wife Finds a True Home

Two Softball Teams Share the Spotlight
Eldred's Season in Review
Serious Accident Interrupts Race
May 31, 2005 News:
Teen Injured at Same Spot Where Three Were Killed
Smallwood Golf Course Slated for Development
Monticello District Offers Revised Budget

WSS Team Can Truly Be Called Winners
Athletes Competing All Over the Place
Concession Stand Helps Everybody
May 27, 2005 News:
Officials Gather to Discuss, Assess Flooding
Dam Repairs Force Reservoir to Close
Fundraiser Benefits Community Center

Golf Tournament Draws Locals
Yellowjackets Edged in Semifinal
Blue Devils Outdo Bulldogs
May 24, 2005 News:
Proud Moments at SCCC's Commencement
Angry Words Fly at SW With Austerity Budget
Artists Taking Fun to a New Audience

Cheers Greet SCCC's Top Student-Athletes
Indians Enjoy Double Wins
Championships Are Ahead
May 20, 2005 News:
From Harlem to Harvard
Voters Have Their Say on Budgets, Boards
Retiring Sheriff Lauded

Tournament in Memory of the Late Jake Gunther
Bulldogs Bite Once . . .
. . . And Bulldogs Bite Once Again
May 17, 2005 News:
Bridge and Stream Work Ongoing
SCIL-Senior Closes Out Season
More Money, and Trash, Headed to the Landfill

Friday the 13th Unkind to Indians
Friday the 13th Strikes Again
Local Athletes Gather for Meet
May 13, 2005 News:
School Board and Budget Votes Coming – Part II
County Chamber's President Resigns
Thunder Rolls Across America

SW Rallies for the Win
Holes Prove Elusive for Monti Golfers
Eldred Honors Scholar-Athletes
May 10, 2005 News:
School Board and Budget Votes Coming Tuesday
Diner Makes Its Way from NYC to Liberty
Town Eyes Flood-Prone Homes

Yellowjackets Ground Comets
Bears Pummel Indians
Baseball Starts Heating Up
May 6, 2005 News:
To Top It All Off . . .
Landfill Issues Continue
Compromised Dam Prompts Evacuation

Seward Tops Manor
Indians Defeat Panthers
Monticello Games Draw Athletes
May 3, 2005 News:
Is It Trespassing Or Harassment?
Meet the Pride Of Sullivan County?
'Until There Is a Cure, I Will Keep Walking'

Falcons Bitten By Panthers
Wildcats Savor Win
With Spring Means Golf
April 29, 2005 News:
BOCES Students to Be on 'Emeril'
What Can Be Done With the Landfill?
Kiln Studio Tour Kicks Off Spring

Score Wobbles Back and Forth
Indians No Match for Yellowjackets
Sportsmen Honor Their Own
April 26, 2005 News:
Campers Try to Set Tree Planting Record
With Local Kids' Help, She's Off to Help More
Legislature Agrees to Help Fund Business Specialist

Yellowjackets Fly Around Falcons
Indians Fall to Bears
Yellowjackets Sting Wildcats
April 22, 2005 News:
FEMA Aid Coming
Feds Protect Second Access to Reservoir
Flood Damage Tops $22.1 Million

2005 Boys' Hoops All-Stars Named
Road Rally Blends Man and Machine
Comets Fly by Bears
April 19, 2005 News:
Five-Casino Deal Now Withdrawn
Glen Wild Industrial Park Is Approved
Historic Playhouse to Be Revived

2005 Girls' Hoops All-Stars Named
Yellowjackets Rally Past Bears
Bears Run Past Yellowjackets
April 15, 2005 News:
GOP Names Candidates, Democrats Waiting
Even a Clocktower Is in the Works . . .
Area Feels Loss of Ed Curtis

Track Is Back
Road Rally to Return
A Look Back at Eldred's Girls Basketball Season
April 12, 2005 News:
FEMA Can't Help Until Disaster Declared
DEC, Residents Lock Horns
Assembly Casino Hearing Features Grave Concerns

It Was an Uphill Battle
They Talked – and Ate – Turkey
SW's Season Flies By
April 8, 2005 News:
County Cleaning Up from Record Flood
State DOT Grapples With Major Disaster
Sunk by the Neversink

Manor Business on a New Track
Trout Season Reels 'Em In
Dave Fisk Rolls His First 300
April 5, 2005 News:
Floods Devastate County – Again
Forty-Two Projects of Beauty
Three Lanes, 65 MPH

Passion Defines Monti Season
Runners to Take on Wurtsboro Mountain
Monticello Youth Football Kicking Off
April 1, 2005 News:
Route 17 May Get Three Lanes
Minor Flooding Busies Area FDs
Manor's Andrew Krieger Pleads Guilty to Mischief

Karate School Finds Success at Every Move
Tri-Valley's Season Reviewed
Looking Back at Liberty's Season
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