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What's new in the Upper Delaware region December 2 to 8 more
POND EDDY, NY — Congregants, past congregants, friends and other well-wishers all gathered on October 24 to reflect on the past and rededicate their “hearts, lives and the … more
ELDRED, NY — If a picture is worth 1,000 words, these young artists did their part to teach others about fire safety. Members of the Highland Lake Fire Department recently delivered monetary … more
REGION — Harry Treyz grew up in the acid factory business. His father and his five brothers knew it well, he said in a talk at the Sullivan County Historical Society. And the acid … more
If you’ve met me, you already know that I’m not exactly a fashion “maven,” (look it up!) but I’m not a slob either. I like to think I represent somewhere in between. … more
Bipartisan bill supports agriculture education opportunities in local schools RHINEBECK, NY — On October 7, U.S. Reps. Antonio Delgado (NY-19) and Glenn “G.T.” Thompson (PA-15), … more
Public safety commissioner headed for North Carolina MONTICELLO, NY — Sullivan County Commissioner of Public Safety Rick Sauer will be leaving his position effective Friday, July 9. He has … more
What's going on in arts, leisure and community April 29 to May 5 more
GLEN SPEY, NY — It may not have officially been “Roger Bisland Day” on Saturday, April 10, but a casual passerby would not have known it. That’s because friends and … more
Letters to the editor December 24 to 30 more
ELDRED, NY — It’s hard to imagine a year more fraught with administrative difficulties than 2020. The Lumberland Town Board agenda for the November 12 meeting put a wrap on a variety of … more
REGION — Ghosts and goblins, fairies and superheros headed out for Halloween in the year of the pandemic. While not the traditional Trick-or-Treat, communities reinvented their traditions for … more
GLEN SPEY, NY — Announcing a two-cent tax rate increase per $1,000 of assessed value, that restitution money from plants stolen from the Sullivan Renaissance site had been received, and that … more
It’s 2020, we’re living in chaos. So permit me to crawl under the fourth wall and share some of my own musings about how this kind of sudden population influx could affect an area beyond … more
LOOKOUT, PA — Back in 1865, just after the Civil War, William Holbert and John D. Branning built a sawmill. Wood was a major industry back then. Wood for houses. Wood for heat. Wood could be … more
GLEN SPEY, NY — Following a hearing at which no public comment was offered, the Town of Lumberland passed a long-discussed six-month moratorium on the processing of applications for, and the … more
GLEN SPEY, NY — Among other items of business, the Lumberland Town Board passed two solar-related resolutions at its monthly meeting on August 12.  The first was to authorize the vote … more
LUMBERLAND, NY — At its monthly meeting, the Lumberland Town Board received notification that the annual Bike4Chai will take place on Thursday, August 13 with some changes due to the … more
GLEN SPEY, NY — Like many organizations, the Town of Lumberland has turned to high-tech to be in compliance with state-mandated social distancing edicts.  Meeting via Zoom, the town … more
GLEN SPEY, NY —  “They don’t really do it justice,” Lumberland Supervisor Jenny Mellan said of the photos of the town’s Woodstock Anniversary Dove, which she showed … more
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