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We planned to go fishing on June 2, but when the weather report forecast an 85 percent chance of showers for the western Catskills, the trip was canceled. Next morning, when my friend checked in, … more
ROSCOE, NY — What could be more fitting for the Catskill Fly Flying Center & Museum (CFFCM) annual dinner and the announcement of the 2022 Catskills Legends, than to host the event in Trout Town, U.S.A.? more
After a stroke, help is available HONESDALE, PA — Phil Dux, 62, survived a hemorrhagic stroke in 2013, even after a week in a medically induced coma. But the Hawley resident found recovery … more
If I were going to incorporate this past week, and had a degree with which to back it up, that would be the name of my firm. To be fair, I’m usually all of those things most of the time, but … more
Celebrating ‘That Which Makes Us Stronger’ NARROWSBURG, NY — Special needs. Addiction. Divorce. Righteous grandmas and overwhelmed parents. One kid in the closet and another a … more
Local media is often a perfect reflection of its community. Case in point: River Reporter. Thoughtful columns presented alongside news of the towns, high school sports and environmental concerns … more
JEFFERSONVILLE, NY — In late March, the Cabin at Hessinger-Lare will reopen under new owner Chef Kristian Unvericht, as Foster Supply Hospitality, the group behind a rapidly expanding … more
Radio Catskill wants to hear from you My name is Pete Madden, and I’m a journalist and a member of the community advisory board for 90.5 WJFF Radio Catskill, our region’s … more
A river can be a strange, yet beguiling, mistress, drawing us in with its charm and potential reward, much like a beautiful woman. A river can be elusive one day and generous the next. A river can … more
Kara Spath honored at SUNY Cortland CORTLAND, NY — Kara Spath, a junior at SUNY Cortland, was named to the dean’s list for the 2021 fall semester. She’s achieved that rank every … more
With New York hospitals facing a chronic deficit of blood donations due to Covid-19, Resorts World New York hosted a blood drive in partnership with the New York Blood Center (NYBC) last weekend … more
Learn about our beautiful region ONLINE — Catskill Park Day is Tuesday, February 15. To celebrate, Catskill Mountainkeeper is holding two webinars that focus on the beauty and importance … more
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — Snow and ice are on repeat here in the Sullivan Catskills, but there are still so many activities both indoors and outdoors! Let’s take a look at what is … more
The holiday cheer has depleted, like many blow-up snowmen scattered across front yards everywhere. The cold has now settled in, just as part-timers settle into their pool chairs in … more
What's new for healthcare in the Upper Delaware region January 6 to 12 more
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — Christmas came early to municipalities and businesses across Sullivan County, as funding from the 11th round of the Regional Economic Development Council (REDC) was … more
Here we are on the cusp of winter, and I’m thinking about the smells of summer. Growing up, spending time in the Sullivan County Catskills in summer included the familiar strong odor of cow … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — Sullivan Catskills has continued its longstanding tradition of recognizing individuals and businesses in the region. The awards were formally presented at their holiday … more
REGION — That rural health care is in trouble is so accepted, it’s not even news. Rural Americans are more likely to die from heart disease, cancer, unintentional injury, chronic lower … more
Dear reader, When you think of the Catskills/Upper Delaware, what comes to mind? This time of year, it’s probably flannels, knit hats, warm boots… but really, what makes our area so … more
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