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MILFORD, PA — Pike County District Attorney Ray Tonkin announced the arrest of Andrew John Dougan, age 33, of Tamiment, PA, on numerous felony charges for engaging in sexual contact with a … more
The weather outside is frightful, but normal; Narrowsburg is delightful. Play local. Buy local. Celebrate local. There are many wonderful things to do while waiting for Santa Claus to arrive or … more
Clayton Crum Clayton Crum, 89, of Beach Lake, PA, passed away November 15, 2021 at home. Clayton was born January 26, 1932 in Paterson, NJ. Funeral services were held November 22 at the Beach Lake … more
Columnist Tony Bonavist wins OWAA award NARROWSBURG, NY — Anthony Bonavist, who writes the “Ramblings of a Catskill Fly Fisher” column for the River Reporter, has just won third … more
Our club has been very busy during the months of October and November. On October 9, we had a fun evening at the Haunted Lantern Tour. The tour took place at Fort Delaware in Narrowsburg, NY. Our … more
Anyone with eyes can see that we live in one of the most beautiful places in the world. And because we live here, sometimes that’s easy to forget. I’ve been lucky enough to see … more
HONESDALE, PA — Wayne County District Attorney A.G. Howell announced today that Wayne County Detective Michael McMorrow has been appointed by the Senate of Pennsylvania to Pennsylvania's newly … more
The interesting thing about Thanksgiving is that most individual dishes within it are widely controversial. For example, take the standard that is cranberry sauce. Both homemade and canned versions … more
Years ago, my sister, Janet, and I traveled to New Mexico. We fell in love with that part of the country—the colors, the Native people, the history, the handicrafts, the mountains and striking … more
Good, bad, or somewhere in-between, holidays evoke memories. In the old days, we’d take family photos (with actual cameras, not phones) of the Thanksgiving turkey and relatives gathering to … more
What's going on in arts, leisure and the community November 25 to December 1 more
BETHANY, PA — The Moka Origins chocolate factory is in a barn, but its namesake farm is about 6,000 miles away. Photographs of lush green crops at the Moka Origins farm, located in northwest … more
For as creative and clever as we humans fancy ourselves to be, the natural world often easily outdoes our efforts—without even trying. As I roam throughout the Upper Delaware River region, … more
One of the little joys of living out here is the sharing of tales between friends. One outdoorsman to another, you will find there are uncountable tales, some fictitious, others just a small stretch … more
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — On Wednesday, October 17, Sullivan West High School celebrated the playing-field accomplishments of their junior varsity and varsity-level student-athletes of the fall … more
The Pennsylvania State Police, Troop R, Gibson, continue their investigation of the homicide of Calvin Eugene Fichter. more
Unanswered questions over events at the Town of Liberty’s 11/2/21 Board of Assessment Review (BAR) invite speculation about truthfulness and competency of Sullivan County Attorney Michael … more
My wonderful and beloved wife has already started dropping some hints about what she’d like for Christmas. (A good book, geared for artists, on the anatomy of animals, for instance. Any … more
The fault is in us—Sullivan County residents There is that famous Shakespearian quote in his play “Julius Caesar,” where Cassius tells Brutus “The fault, dear Brutus, is … more
Last year in this column I addressed the meaning and development of the eight-branched candelabra, the Chanukiah, kindled on this festival to commemorate the rededication of the Holy Temple in … more
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