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June 2011

A bear of a problem

Spring is the time of year when much baby wildlife can be seen as they forage for food with their parents, making for easy viewing just in time for the summer tourist season. Unfortunately, some of this activity causes undesirable results. Foraging black bears leave their calling cards in the form of knocked-over trash cans and garbage scattered about. A bear recently made entry into a vacant residence via an open window in the Shohola, PA area, resulting in significant damage.  Read more

Shirelles tickets now $30

NARROWSBURG, NY — Tickets to the Shirelles sock hop being held at the Narrowsburg Central School on Saturday, July 2 at 7 p.m. now cost $30, $25 for students. Tickets are available at the Catskill Hudson Bank, River Gallery - The Art of Living, Roasters, the DVAA and Narrowsburg Fine Wine & Spirits, or can be purchased at the door.

Sullivan West graduates say goodbye

LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — Words of wisdom, encouragement and pride were spoken Saturday morning, while the Sullivan West Class of 2011 listened to speeches before receiving their diplomas.  Read more

Gas news at a glance


Matamoras explores impacts of drilling on June 30th
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Binder and Goodman call for rule change

MONTICELLO, NY — Sullivan County Legislators Leni Binder and Jodi Goodman have called for a changes to the rules of the legislature in the wake of accusations that the two had improperly received seats for performances at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. The legislators have said in the past that they have been seated in the box seat of orchid dealer and philanthropist Stuart Salinger, and said they did not believe they had done anything wrong.  Read more

New reporting laws for lawmakers

ALBANY, NY — One of the new laws agreed to by Governor Andrew Cuomo and both houses of the state legislature in the run up to the end of the session this month, The Clean Up Albany Act of 2011, will stipulates that beginning in May 2012, lawmakers will be required to report outside income, and this information will be available to the public through the internet.  Read more

Pike expands transportation

MILFORD, PA — More Pike County residents will be able to use the county buses now that the transportation group will be spun off the Area Agencies on Aging and be made an independent county department.  Read more

Art in every fiber

NARROWSBURG, NY — “I have always been intrigued by the happenstance of weathered surfaces and organic textures and patterns,” said fiber artist Kathy Grady, whose layered textile work will be featured in the exhibition titled “Stratum,” opening with a reception at Alliance Gallery on Friday, July 1 from 7 to 9 p.m..

Grady creates surface designs on fabric using dyes, silkscreen and thermofax screens to print graphic images. She also employs layering and stitching fabric. Grady is inspired as much by nature as by torn posters and dilapidated buildings.  Read more

Focus on our national bird: Eagle photographs in Wurtsboro

WURTSBORO, NY — Fourth of July weekend is an ideal time to honor our national bird, and an exhibit in Wurtsboro will be doing just that. “Bald Eagles of New York State—Photographs by Gene Weinstein” will be presented at the Wurtsboro Art Alliance Gallery on Saturday, July 2 and Sunday, July 3, with an opening reception from 2 to 6 p.m. The reception is free and open to the public.  Read more

Marriage Equality

REGION — There is mixed reaction from the lawmakers at the state level that represent the New York side of the Upper Delaware Valley on the passage of the Marriage Equality Act. According to a press release from Governor Andrew Cuomo, the act tears down “the barrier that has prevented same-sex couples from exercising the freedom to marry and from receiving the fundamental protections that so many couples and families take for granted.”  Read more