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Shelter Island Reporter | Official town newspaper of Shelter Island.
Featured Story
10/24/14 8:00am
REPORTER FILE PHOTO Islander Wade Kotula, then 14, crossed the finish line in first place at the 2004 Shelter Island Run/Walk for Breast Cancer with a time of 19:26. This year, young members of Shelter Island’s cross country team, Jack Kimmelmann and Kal Lewis, posted even better times while placing third and fourth, respectively.

REPORTER FILE PHOTO
Islander Wade Kotula, then 14, crossed the finish line in first place at the 2004 Shelter Island Run/Walk for Breast Cancer with a time of 19:26. This year, young members of Shelter Island’s cross country team, Jack Kimmelmann and Kal Lewis, posted even better times while placing third and fourth, respectively.

50 YEARS AGO IN HISTORY

Time Magazine used the term op art for the first time

The Supremes “Baby Love” topped the music charts (more…)

10/23/14 4:30pm

 

AMBROSE CLANCY PHOTO Hot off the presses. The Inlet’s editor Kelly Colligan, left, joins staff reporter Cameron Clark and faculty adviser Devon Treharne checking out the  school newspaper’s latest issue Thursday in the Reporter’s newsroom.

AMBROSE CLANCY PHOTO Hot off the presses. The Inlet’s editor Kelly Colligan, left, joins staff reporter Cameron Clark and faculty adviser Devon Treharne checking out the school newspaper’s latest issue Thursday in the Reporter’s newsroom.

What do you do when your newspaper staff gets cut down from 20 to five? Just ask Shelter Island students who published The Inlet this week, the first issue of the new school year. (more…)

Featured Story
10/23/14 2:00pm

 

BEVERLEA WALZ Town Councilwoman Chris Lewis thinks local hospitals joining a consortium would not affect patient care.

BEVERLEA WALZ Town Councilwoman Chris Lewis thinks local hospitals joining a consortium would not effect patient care.

Word that Eastern Long Island Hospital and Peconic Bay Medical Center are engaged in talks about affiliating with either Stony Brook University Hospital (SBUH) or the North Shore-LIJ Health System could affect mostly the business operations, rather than patient care. (more…)