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HONESDALE, PA — Just as things are dying down on the national stage from last year’s presidential election and its aftermath, it’s election season again in local … more
For those of you new to the area, have no fear. Art is alive and thriving here in the mountains. Granted, none of us have been visiting galleries recently, but they dot the landscape throughout the … more
Did you just arrive? Has it been a while? Sit down and rest. Think of this as a beginning, an explanation of who we are, what world you have landed in. Welcome. We’re glad you’re … more
What's going on in arts, leisure and community February 18 to 24 more
When I check out areas of the Delaware or Mongaup rivers for eagles, it’s not just the eagles I am looking for. Eagles are foraging for fish, including fish that were stunned or killed by … more
Are we all still here? The nature of publishing necessitates drafting columns, allowing for maximum procrastination, a week early. That puts one in a pre-inauguration state, reflecting in advance on … more
FREMONT, NY — It all started with a Great Courses lecture. Early Christianity might be an unusual choice, but thriller writer and part-time area resident Gray Basnight was interested. … more
MONTICELLO, NY — The road money is settled. One of the lingering issues from the December 10, 2020 budget vote was bonding for road repairs. But a compromise thrashed out on December 17 … more
MONTICELLO, NY — When a child goes missing, Amber Alerts kick in. But what about a missing adult, an active shooter, or a flash flood warning?  We rely on police and sheriff’s … more
With the Thanksgiving holiday taking place last week, many of us still have turkey on our mind. If we dined on turkey, it was probably the domestic-farm-raised turkeys bought from the store, though … more
So, I’ve been thinking. (Cue the horrified cries.) Looks like we have a Democratic president, a Democratic House and a Republican Senate. What’s going to get signed into law? Nothing, … more
(NAPSI)—Over 61 million people are enrolled in Medicare. As of October 15, individuals age 65 and older can make changes to their coverage and enroll in a Medicare plan during the annual open … more
Usually, around this time, we’re thinking winter. We’re thinking holidays. But in this bizarre, frightening year, we’re also considering coronavirus and its limitations. We … more
COVID rising, election questioned Like the rest of the country, COVID-19 is back on the rise in Pennsylvania. The commonwealth saw its largest ever increase in new cases between last Wednesday and … more
National Distracted Driving Awareness Month NEW YORK — For the second consecutive year, NYSEG and AAA New York State are partnering together during National Distracted Driving Awareness … more
In the last two weeks, we’ve used this space to ask you to vote for local papers: to become a subscriber and to support the businesses that advertise in our pages. We asked you to vote … more
WAYNE COUNTY, PA — Growing one’s business doesn’t need to mean outgrowing one’s community, according to author, entrepreneur and “early pioneer of the farm-to-table and … more
There are many people who watch over the town. It starts on the town level with the town board: the elected officials who do the business of the town. These folks receive a stipend. They are our … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — On Friday, August 28, Narrowsburg’s Main Street transformed into a catwalk for the town’s various fashion boutiques, including Mayer Wasner, Morgan Puett, Madame … more
Hello, I am so sorry I did not have a column last week. I could give you lots of excuses—I did not realize it was Sunday, had nothing to write about, the dog ate my homework... The truth is, I … more
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