Sullivan County Democrat
Callicoon, New York
September 19, 2006 Issue
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February - March 2000 July - September 2000
April - June 2000 October - December 2000
January - March 2001 April - June 2001
July - September 2001
 Archives for the current quarter beginning with the most recent back issue are listed below.

Issue Date   Lead Stories
September 28, 2001 News:
Habitat for Humanity Completing First Home
Primary Results Are In
Ronald Caruso Indicted, Charged With Murders

Manor Has Fast Start, Then Is Overcome
Lady Comets Get a Volleyball Lesson
Monti Racqueters Have High Hopes
September 25, 2001 News:
Reflections From Ground Zero
Four Arrested After Mountaindale Murder
Neversink's Past Revealed

Victory May Be Costly for SW
Eldred Cops First Gridiron Win Since '98
Talking With Chris DePew – Part II
September 21, 2001 News:
Candles Ignite Unity
Man Found Dead in Mountaindale
GOP Dinner Focuses on World Trade Center

Roscoe Sails to Second Win
Softball League Returns
Chris DePew Discusses His New Role at SCCC
September 18, 2001 News:
Messages of Hope, Unity Sent to NYC
Firefighters' Parade Turns Into Memorial
Egg Farm Loses 125,000 Chickens in Massive Blaze

Tri-Valley Falls to O'Neill
Burke Gives the Boot to Liberty
Catskill Junior Tour Awards Scholarships
September 14, 2001 News:
Terror Strikes Deep Into Sullivan County
Local Man Is Lucky to Even Be Alive
Time of Tragedy Brings People Together

Bulldogs Conquer
Introducing Chris DePew
Sullivan West Stomps on Roscoe
September 11, 2001 News:
Library Celebrates Half-Century Mark
Sullivan West Poll Says Drinkers Are Very Young
Results Released on New Gambling Poll

Manor Crushes Liberty
Eldred Gets Rude Welcome Back
Monties Take T-V Tournament
September 7, 2001 News:
Family Member, Firefighter and Friend Is Bid Farewell
Here Comes the Primary
Labor Day Parade Is All in Good Fun

Merged Team Excites, Challenges Coach
Fallsburg Edges Monties
Two Wins Kick Off New Soccer Season
September 4, 2001 News:
Callicoon Man Charged With Two Counts of Murder
Election Challenge Bumps Candidate
Students Heading Back to School

Hodge Still Enjoys Competition
Former Catskill Cougar Returns to Baxter
PGA Tour Ambition Keeps Native Busy
August 31, 2001 News:
Police Hunt Down Suspected Murderer
The Story Behind Anna and Her Garden
An In-Depth Look at the SW High School Site

Will Brown Quits SCCC
Ron Canfield: 'I'll Pitch Again'
Semenetz Sizzles, Then Fizzles
August 28, 2001 News:
Chuck Miller: Park Place's New Man About Town
Frontier Hands Reins Over to the State
What to Do with the Landfill?

Bevy of Beauties Vie for MR Title
Roche's Takes 'A' Title
Heavy Hitting Carries Currency Club to Title
August 24, 2001 News:
Summer School Leads to Success for Monti Grads
SCCC Dorm Corp. Buys Own Housing
'We All Have the Same Feelings'

Angels Fly to Victory
Roark's Breezes to Title
Roche's Romps
August 21, 2001 News:
Thousands Return to Bethel Once Again
Little World's Fair Draws Even the Governor
County, St. Regis Mohawks Officially Sign Casino Deal

Ken Cohen Wins Amateur Championship
Roche's Wins Turfler Again
Roscoe Swimmer Cops Three Medals
August 17, 2001 News:
Young and Old Become Newest U.S. Citizens
Woodstock Reunion Likely to Be Informal
County Begins Process of Redistricting

CES Upends Defending Champs
Monticello Shows Big League Stuff
Local Makes Use of UNC Connection
August 14, 2001 News:
Jack Is Back, And a Community Celebrates
County Makes Deal With Park Place
A Woodstock Reunion: Will It Happen Now?

SW Sweeps Hoop Titles
Roche's Wins Collins Tourney
Junior Tour Features Three-Way Playoff
August 10, 2001 News:
SPCA Hopes Puppies Will Increase Awareness
New Liberty PD Chief Has Service in Mind
Ground Broken for Corporate Center

The Monster Is Back
A Final Look at the Highland Triathlon
Sullivan Softball Going Strong
August 7, 2001 News:
Neversink Wins Sullivan Renaissance Grand Prize
Jamboree Floods Jeff With People
Concord Case Nearing End?

Sudden Death Dominates Democrat Golf Tourney
Jeff Jam Draws 'Em In
Highland Triathlon Is a Community Effort
August 3, 2001 News:
FEMA in Hot Water Over Manor Flooding
Dinner to Benefit Young Cancer Fighter
Tax Deadline Extended, But Auction Cancelled

Gorton's Streak Reaches Nine
From Eldred to Sydney – and Back
Will Democrat Tourney See a Repeat Champ?
July 31, 2001 News:
Street Fair Is 'Bigger and Better'
Democrat Back as SW's Official Paper
Solar Car Race Ends

Taylor Diuguid Expands Soccer Horizons
Scenery – and Race – Take Breath Away
Grossinger's Hosts Junior Golf Tournament
July 27, 2001 News:
N'bg. Motors Employee Wins National Award
Catskill Development Can Continue Lawsuit
Mamakating Master Plan Facing Lawsuit

Angels Remain Unbeaten
It's Not Just Fishing
Nine Past Champs in Democrat Field
July 24, 2001 News:
Minisink Battle's Fallen Are Not Forgotten
Hundreds Turn Out for Woodridge's Birthday
Teens Admit to Arson Attack

Youth Learn Rules of Golf – And Life
And the Lady Democrat Winners Are . . .
Gerry Foundation Hosts Catskill Junior Tour
July 20, 2001 News:
Native Racing Across U.S.
Eckerd's Wall Falls – Again
New Indie Film Shot Right Here in County

Lady Democrat Tees Off
Attorney Looks to Begin New Amateur Tourney
A Look at Top Tracksters
July 17, 2001 News:
Tobacco Monies to Be Used in Ongoing Education
Tens of Thousands Attend Wurtsboro Street Fair
SW Board Pares Down HS, Drops Democrat as Official Paper

Roche's Drops First Game
Lochmor Hosts Tourney
SCCC's Jack Mager to Resign August 31
July 13, 2001 News:
NY Philharmonic to Open Performing Arts Center
Truck Slams Car Into Liberty Diner
Ferndale Woman Narrowly Escapes Blaze

Swan Lake CC Hopes to Attract Golfers
Meet a Real Winner
County Readies ESG Roster
July 10, 2001 News:
Legislators Determine Uses for Tobacco Money
New Sign Illustrates County's Future
Fallsburg Remembers 175 Years of History

Canoe Regatta Renews Spirit
The Year in Review for Fallsburg Baseball
Octogenarian Rider Asks, Why Stop Now?
July 6, 2001 News:
And the Nominees Are . . .
'New Spirit' Pervades Liberty's Annual Festival
New Kind of Fight Engages This Veteran

Eldred's Marrella Gets Assignment 'Down Under'
The Year in Review for Family School Softball
The Winners of Our Turkey Contest
July 3, 2001 News:
Callicoon Fire Department Celebrates 100 Years
Sale to Benefit Boy With Leukemia
Jeffersonville Scout Earns Highest Honor

Carlson, Irwin Named Outstanding Athletes
The Year in Review for Liberty Baseball
The Year in Review for SW/N Baseball
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