Narrowsburg

Where’s the money?

NARROWSBURG, NY — With snow and plunging temperatures, the Upper Delaware Council (UDC) did not meet on their scheduled night last week, so an expected discussion of the regional panel’s latest funding shortage is yet to take place.


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Dr. James Lomax has offered his wares from Fire Mountain Kitchen at many local markets and fairs.

Fire Mountain Kitchen thrives at The Narrowsburg Union

NARROWSBURG, NY — Since July, The Narrowsburg Union, located at 7 Erie Ave., has housed a new resident: Fire Mountain Kitchen, a food production facility specializing in jarred goods and preserves. The kitchen is owned and operated by Dr. James Lomax, a retired physician and frequent contributor to The River Reporter’s Health section.


TRR photo by Susan Wade

A full house at the Tusten Town Board meeting hears a proposal for energy savings.
 

Tusten: more energy savings considered

NARROWSBURG, NY — Despite an onslaught of wintery precipitation a full house was present to hear details of a program being considered by the Tusten Town Board, the result of which would be decreased energy costs for residential and small commercial customers.

Narrowsburg Indie Mart

NARROWSBURG, NY — Friday, December 15 through Sunday, December 17 you can find one-of-a-kind artisan gifts at the sixth annual Indie Mart, at the DVAA recital hall, 37 Main St. Indie Mart vendors this year will include The Outside Institute, Bryan Cronk Ceramics (see photo, left), herbalist Witchey Handmade and  Melissa Easton Jewelry.


TRR photos by Ian Pugh

Kagayaki Karen Morris and Seiso Paul Cooper, co-founders of Two Rivers Zen, stand by the altar in the zendo.

Two Rivers Zen engages Narrowsburg community

NARROWSBURG, NY — “We’re here, we’re open to the community, that’s one of the main things we’d like people to know,” says Seiso Paul Cooper. “It kind of surprises me that although we have some outreach, people are surprised to hear about us. ‘How long have you been there?

Sex offender in Tusten

NARROWSBURG, NY — The purpose of the November 20 Tusten Town Board special meeting was to discuss the Little Lake Erie Dam. However, the agenda was upended by the presence of two officers from the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Department who shared the news that a two-time sex offender had moved to the town.

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