Daily Archives: September 10, 2020


The Sullivan County Town Hall series has been renamed “Let’s Talk Sullivan,” and resumed August 31. Topics included: the recently enacted 4 percent energy tax; the final month of the U.S. Census; the idea of evening meetings of the Legislature; and the latest on COVID-19. The series will be broadcast […]

Sullivan County Town Hall Series Resumes as Let’s Talk Sullivan; ...


A newly imposed 4% energy tax went into effect September 1 for Sullivan County residents. Sean Welsh, Energy Resource Educator at Cornell Cooperative Extension of Sullivan County, says this would be a good time for folks to take advantage of the energy-saving and money-saving programs he can offer residents. From […]

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Governor Wolf is letting Pennsylvania restaurants open back up to 50% again, but banning booze after 10 p.m. Meanwhile, in New York State, realities of the pandemic are hitting home and driving up the amount of overdoses and drug abuse. The River Reporter’s Owen Walsh fills us in on this […]

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This week’s “Work Shift Live” features what James B. Huntington calls “the view from 30,000 feet” – looking at the big picture of the US economy via major indicators and the like. So, how is the economy doing? The DOW rallied for its best day since April, federal debt nearly […]

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All New York registered voters can now apply for an absentee ballot at a web portal provided by the NY State Board of Elections. The deadline to apply is October 27, seven days before the November 3 election; however, the Post Office cautions that ballots may be delayed, and recommends […]

New Yorkers Can Apply for Absentee Ballots