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Hello, November! The leaves are falling, the air is getting cooler, and thoughts of snow are starting to creep in. more
MONTICELLO, NY — The Monticello Senior Citizens Club hosted a candidates’ forum on October 27 at the Ted Stroebele Center on Jefferson Street. It was the Democrats’ turn to appear prior to the November 8 election. more
Incumbents in bold New York Governor /Lieutenant Governor - Kathy C. Hochul, Antonio Delgado, D., WF. - Lee Zeldin, Alison Esposito, R., C. Comptroller - Thomas P. DiNapoli, D., … more
I love press releases. There is always so much happening in and around the Upper Delaware River region that without them, I’d be up the creek, so to speak. One such notification recently caught my … more
GRAHAMSVILLE, NY — This is Boston, 1775: it’s early in the Revolution, and Bostonians are under siege by the Patriots. But the civilians are also fighting a second battle—against disease, … more
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — “It’s the most upbeat play you’ll ever see about depression,” said Christopher Peditto. He heads up the River Rep Arts Center and its year-round repertory project, … more
UPPER DELAWARE RIVER VALLEY — Hundreds of races will play out statewide on Election Day, November 8. While those races gather the most attention, a number of propositions will also be on the ballot, giving voters the chance to set policy on matters of the environment, cannabis and on the funding of emergency services.  more
The Ukrainian community of Glen Spey, NY invites you to join us in this year’s commemoration of the Famine-Genocide on Saturday, November 5 at 2 p.m. at the Narrowsburg Union. more
In 2020, the U.S. produced 367 million metric tons of plastics — equivalent to the weight of 1,108 Empire State Buildings. That amount is on track to quadruple by 2050, unless — Unless we act now to change course. more
The word I like in that phrase “growing older” is “growing.” I really feel like I’m growing as I get older. more
During a visit to my former physical therapist, she launched into that old Fox News saw about “welfare queens” who live the high life on the public dole. Because I feared that she might continue with some version of the Willie Horton story, I reacted quickly, but calmly. “Have you ever worked in Welfare?” I asked. more
As an ordinary voter, I sometimes wonder how important it is to vote; how much effect can one person’s vote have? Nevertheless, I have never missed voting in any general or primary election more
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — With the 26-6 win over the Bears of Tri-Valley, the Sullivan West Bulldogs clinched the Division I 8-Man Football crown before the packed homestand bleachers on Friday, October 21. more
This is not a fishing story, but a story about a bridge that is synonymous with a famous fishing place, the Esopus Creek. The Five Arches bridge, which links NYS Route 28 with Route 28A, has been a fixture since 1913, during the very period the Ashokan Reservoir was under construction. The reservoir was completed in 1915.  more
Most of us have seen the changing colors of fall during the past few weeks. more
NORTHEAST PENNSYLVANIA — Ahead of the November 8 midterms, Democratic incumbent Rep. Matt Cartwright and Republican challenger Jim Bognet recently faced each other in a debate televised on … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — Quick action on the part of a Firmstone Lakewood Fuels driver may have averted tragedy as an elderly Pennsylvania driver, blinded by the morning sun, rammed into the parked … more
MONTICELLO, NY — Liberty resident, Air Force veteran and longtime machine shop owner Stephen “Steve” Walsh has been named the new director of Sullivan County’s Veterans … more
ELDRED, NY — The Town of Highland Planning Board heard additional public comments on the Camp FIMFO project at an October 26 public hearing, a hearing recessed from the month … more
STATEWIDE, NY — Utility companies across New York State are having difficulties in issuing timely billing for their customers. The New York State Public Service Commission (PSC) issued an … more
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