Sullivan County Democrat
Callicoon, New York
September 19, 2006 Issue
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Issue Date   Lead Stories
June 29, 2004 News:
Kidnapped Pup Thrown Out After Being Mauled by Dogs
Boredom, Drugs May Have Led to Recent Fatal Accident
Governor Announces Purchase of Ridgetop
Softball 2004: A Look Back
Tim Kautz Wins Spring Turkey Contest
The Winner of the County Tennis Title
June 25, 2004 News:
DOT Hears Residents’ Issues With Future I-86 Changeover
BOCES Plans Major Project
Nationals Await Fallsburg Junior
ATVs Run Through Mud
Pop Warner Football Teams To Play in Town of Fallsburg
SOFTBALL 2004: A Look Back
June 22, 2004 News:
Slots About to be Unveiled
Residents Warn of Casinos
Hillary Comes to Town
Baseball 2004: A Look Back
Runners Compete in Annual 5K
Athletes Compete in Annual Triathalon
June 18, 2004 News:
Eldred Voters Approve School Budget
Three Dead, Two Injured in Crash
Callicoon Native on the Fringes of Fame
Area Youngsters Enjoy Liberty Archary Program
New Fun Park Offers Entertainment for All
Liberty Central School Honors Top Atheletes of 2003-2004
June 15, 2004 News:
Hundreds of People, Hundreds of Tractors
Hospital Looking at Possible Layoffs
Meet Our Newest Ambassador
SW's Best and Brightest Lauded
In a Single Effortless Bound
CES Pounds Mr Willys
June 11, 2004 News:
Schools Honor Top Students
Clearcutting Causes Stir in Liberty
Bidding Open to All in Monticello
Locals Raise Nearly $3,000 to Benefit Troops
Rod and Gun Club Holds Children's Fishing Day
Smallwood-Mongaup Valley Defeats White Lake
June 8, 2004 News:
Independent Film Being Shot in Area
Thousands Join to Fight Cancer
Landfill Fees May Rise Soon
Fallsburg Native Is Mets' Batboy
Monticello Lauds Scholar-Athletes
Martial Arts Come to Mountaindale
June 4, 2004 News:
Remembering Mannie Halbert
New Planning Commish Unveiled
Liberty Vet Remembered 139 Years After His Service
Raceway Workers Consider Strike
Eldred Awards Top Achievers
Late Rally Leads to Win
June 1, 2004 News:
Residents, Board Clash on Beach Access
Village, Town Place Restrictions on Bidders
Meet Pete's Seats
Softball Returns to Sullivan County
Angels Continue Winning Ways
Road Rally May Come to Tusten
May 28, 2004 News:
Landfill Debt Estimate Rises
Bikers' Group Rallies to Aid Local Veteran
Area Friars Protest at Topless Bar
Locals Do Well at Inaugural Tourney
SW Win Leaves Much Uncertain
Forestburgh Board Hears Rally Complaints
May 25, 2004 News:
Loaded Camp Bus Crashes Into Creek
Troop Effort Gets Under Way in County
Two Earn Scouting's Highest Honor
School Boards Say 'Thanks'
Bears Successfully Battle Wildcats
Sullivan West Wins Divisional Golf Crown
May 21, 2004 News:
Seven of Eight Districts Hail Budget Passage
Manor Becoming a Film Festival Capital
Students Rally to Save Librarian
Fallsburg Goes for the Cold Gold
Panthers Top Indians
Liberty Layed Low
May 18, 2004 News:
Hundreds Celebrate at SCCC Graduation
Meet Alan Derry, SW's Next Supt.
Farmers' Market Expanding to Jeff
Meet the Winners of the Jake Cup
Tornadoes Blow Away Comets
Yellowjackets Are Stung
May 14, 2004 News:
County, DEC, SPECS Wrestle Over Landfill
Drug Arrest Fallout Continues in Liberty
Arts Center to Break Ground, Woodstock Concerts in the Works
SCCC's Top Athletes Honored
Lady Falcons Notch First Win
Sullivan West, Liberty Battle in Slugfest
May 11, 2004 News:
Uninsured? People Are Ready to Assist
Liberty Thanks Cornell University
Mike Sakell Celebrates 20 Years on the Air
Wildcats Slammed
Softball and Cupcakes?
Panther Tracksters Capture First Place
May 7, 2004 News:
Another Barrier Falls for Raceway Casino
A Soldier, Twice Over, Returns From Iraq
Murder Solved 18 Years Later
Road Rally Puts Sullivan on Map
SW Bulldogs Shut Out O'Neill
T-V Bears Defeat Eldred in Six Innings
May 4, 2004 News:
Walk Raises Money To Cure Multiple Sclerosis
Ronald Caruso MurderConviction Overturned
Soon You Can Vote On Your School Budget
O’Neill Edges Indians In Eighth Inning
Lady Generals Win One, Lose One In Season-Ending Doubleheader
Lady Yellowjackets Sting Fallsburg, 16-12
April 30, 2004 News:
Police Looking for Whoever Abandoned Pup in Willowemoc'
Fremont Center May Keep Its Post Office
‘Things Are Getting Close’
Golfers Hit The Links For American Troopst
Goshen Beats Lady Panthers In OCIAA Softball Gamer
Manor Wildcats Shutout Chapel Field, 3-0
April 27, 2004 News:
They Call It A 'Mammogram Party'
Local Actor Can't Escape Passion for the Theatre
Drug Court Graduates Two
Eldred Wins Tournament
Rosenberger Hurls Another No-Hitter
Generals Fall To the Spartans
April 23, 2004 News:
Huge Fish Factory Coming to Liberty
Racino Job Fair Draws Hundreds
What They Really Say About the Landfill

Dragons Slay Bulldogs
Indians Given No Quarter
Wildcats Get Clawed by Bears
April 20, 2004 News:
College Begins Offering Bachelor's
Scouts, Brothers, Top Achievers
Ground Broken for Library AND Museum

Indians Win Home Opener
Bulldogs Welcome Foe With Bite
Rosenberger Pitches a True No-Hitter
April 16, 2004 News:
The Issue? The Landfill
Bethel Woods: Open in July '06?
Fremont Demands Post Office Stay

Local Man Markets a New Invention
Co-ed Runners Register Victories
2004 Passover Pace Finishes in Dead-Heat
April 13, 2004 News:
After 152 Years, Post Office May Close
Evil Investigated at SCCC
Local Kids Get 'Reality Check'

Bears Struggled But Had Fun
Wildcats Grab the Challenge
Soccer Celebrated
April 9, 2004 News:
Landfill Options Are Detailed
Two Million May Go to SCCC, Visitor's Center
Police Stunned at Dog's Condition

A Season of Hard Work
College Hoops Full of Challenges
Bears Rip Into Panthers
April 6, 2004 News:
Democrat Wins Nine State Awards
A Closer Look at the Raceway Casino
Two Lawyers Out of Jobs

They're Smart and Skilled
Two-Headed Trout Dinner Reels 'Em In
Generals' Coach 'Can't Complain'
April 2, 2004 News:
Sullivan's, Great American May Become New Mall
SW Superintendent Candidates to Visit
Bullet Pierces Cat and Family

Manor Aims for the Top
Youth Hoops Is a Big Hit
'Longbeards' Hold a Special Banquet
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