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Ithaca College students named to Fall 2021 Dean's List ITHACA, NY— Ithaca College congratulates students named to the Dean's List for the fall 2021 semester. Karolina Baranowski of … more
Wayne County District Attorney A.G. Howell announced on February 3 the arrest of wanted fugitive Christopher Clark, age 49, of Gouldsboro, Lehigh Township, Wayne County, PA. more
Members of the Monticello Police arrested William T. Staesser, age 28, of Woodbourne on Sunday, January 30,  and again on Wednesday, February 2. more
On second thought, don’t. Nobody needs actual frostbite, and I’m doing my best to avoid it, although last Sunday’s outing to the 63rd annual Livingston Manor Rotary Ice Carnival … more
What's going on in arts, leisure and the community February 3 to 9 more
MONTICELLO, NY — Did you have a job in 2021? Was your income less than $58,000? For the 15th year, the National Academy Foundation (NAF) Academy of Finance students will be offering free … more
CATSKILLS RESERVOIRS — For 10 years, people have been able to take their boats out for boat-type activities in Catskills reservoirs, and last year those folks set a record. According to a … more
Delaware Valley Hospital announces Sally Dean award winner WALTON, NY — The Sally Dean award is United Health Services—Delaware Valley Hospital’s most prestigious award. It … more
Since February is referred to as the Month of Love, this column is about relationships, whether you are coupled or single. If you are in a happy relationship, I applaud you. That isn’t an … more
[In last month’s  “I just wanna feel better,” we explored habits. How habits are unconscious behaviors that start with a cue, move into routine and then into reward. To change … more
February is the American Heart Association’s American Heart Month. This annual recognition continues because of the continuing prevalence of cardiovascular diseases as the major source of … more
I climbed into my car one nippy winter morning and found myself instantly enclosed in a capsule of crystalline feathers, ferns and flowers. This unexpected enchantment felt like I fell away from … more
Stark was the canvas upon which I stumbled. The snow was a sheer white contrast to the sprawling chaos of feather and bone left scattered at the feet of the one who created the scene. I … more
ELDRED, NY — It was a game of “turnabout is fair play” on  January 14, as the home team Eldred Lady Yellowjackets defeated the Lady Spartans of S.S. Seward, 42-31. In their … more
Rental boats wanted CANNONSVILLE RESERVOIR REGION — Last year, the New York City Department of Environmental Protection noted an increase in people renting boats to float around on the … more
Government loves a good acronym. Tusten is no different. The TEC, aka the Tusten Energy Committee, began in 2011 as the town board was enacting an anti-fracking law. Under the leadership of … more
Gail Marilyn Bradley Gail Marilyn Bradley, 65, of Honesdale, PA, passed away January 23, 2022 at home. Gail was born April 28, 1956 in Englewood, NJ. A memorial service was held January 29 at … more
Helen A. Oset, 92, passed away peacefully on Friday, January 28, 2022 at home, surrounded by love. She was born on December 10, 1929 to the late Jacob and Lisette (Galm) Hensel in Yulan, NY. She … more
The meaning of patriotism What does it mean to be patriotic? It seems that some Americans have forgotten. Patriotism means that when our country needs us—for support, for defense, for … more
BACKCOUNTRY, UPSTATE NEW YORK — Snow and cold weather provide good conditions for winter outdoor recreation in the Adirondacks, Catskills, and other backcountry areas. To ensure a safe and … more
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