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If you have not yet been to “Peace, Love & Lights,” the holiday light show at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, you do not know what you are missing. This past weekend, there were six … more
What's going on in arts, leisure and community December 10 to 16 more
That age-old excuse has existed since the first one-room schoolhouse was attended by the first student who had a mongrel at home to blame for not handing in his (or her) assignment on time. Of … more
Psychologist Kim Olver has a holiday gift for us all. It is hope, and a way to find it. Olver (who also writes for the River Reporter in her column “From the Relationship Center”) … more
(NAPSI—The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted Americans in more ways than one. With the ups and downs the market has experienced since the start of the pandemic, it’s important that working Americans … more
GREELEY, PA — Guns, God and Trump. Thousands of Second Amendment supporters turned out for the second annual Rod of Iron Freedom Festival in Pike County this past weekend. The largest open … more
The River Reporter has invited readers to join its Monthly Conversation Experience by reflecting on the following prompt: In this time of upheaval, where do you find refuge and renewal? It will come … more
She sits on the bankwhere small stones punctuatethe surface in front of her,and the river ripples gently at her feet.Here the forest waitswhile the river crosses,tall trunks reflectedin its flow. … more
The river said  I’m glad you’ve come What took so long You’re busy? Indeed I said You just don’t know It’s life these days Not easy Now let … more
The beauty of the natural world of the Upper Delaware River region always restores my spirit, especially in these turbulent times. Seeing an eagle, observing nature at different times of the day, and … more
Humming wet rises swiftly over broad boulders,explores storm-stacked debris with cautious foaming fingers,stops to ripple ‘round fat jumping fish.“Call me River!” it shouts,shooting … more
The smallest tendrilhas me in its gripin the gardenpart of a newbornbutternut squash plantI watch itreaching across the groundthough I can’t actually see when it makes a break for itbutday … more
You shall not revel in our constrainmentCurséd plague, foul maker of forlornness,Nor prison us in woeful malcontent Or sunder our souls from passion’s caress!Toothless are you to crush … more
On paperSo pliant Receptive Susceptible to flushes of colorLight’s various temposmark time   Like the still life of a simple peachthe memory of whichmay sufficeif only its furry … more
Boredom — I miss leavesfalling off trees — wither — it’sCorona season. Kids meant to prance likedeer in field, now still — hidingfrom COVID-19. more
I almost missed one of my favorite seasons; I had been busy self-pollinating worry. The sight of a robin on the berm of a road way too familiar lately, caught my attention. his … more
All week I’ve been fixated on images of peaceful protest met by tear gas, diminished by riot. Some images are current, sparked by the police killing of George Floyd. Other images are memory. I … more
HONESDALE, PA — A slate of Wayne County residents attended the Wayne County Commissioner’s meeting on Thursday, June 11 to voice their concerns about the community’s susceptibility … more
HONESDALE, PA — Three young Honesdale residents, Olivia Galarza, Aleah Slish and Amanda DeMasi, recently scheduled a peaceful protest in Honesdale’s central park, following a nationwide … more
What's going on in your community January 16 to January 22 more
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