News


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The directional sign with the word “CANCELLED” added in ink was the way many Eldred voters learned of the latest twist in the vote for the budget and school board seat.

ELDRED, NY — A contentious exchange at an emergency school board meeting called on May 17 resulted in an abrupt cessation of the meeting and left those in the audience confused as to what exactly had transpired. The meeting was held at the request of board member Allyson Wagner. It was to address... Continue Reading

Arts & Leisure


TRR file photo by Tom Kane

Family members of the 109th Infantry Regiment (Mechanized) of the National Guard located in Honesdale, PA take part in a one of Honesdale’s previous Memorial Day Parades.

PARADES Sunday, May 27 HAWLEY, PA — Memorial Day parade lines up at 12 noon on lower Church Street, steps off at 1 p.m. and will proceed along Church... Continue Reading

Opinion


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For the second time in 90 days, Mother Nature battered the electricity infrastructure of the region, and people were left without electricity for days. Whether the thunderstorms that ripped through the area were tornadoes or straight-line winds, it is clear that they... Continue Reading

Outdoors


TRR photo by Scott Rando

This orphaned bear cub is being re-introduced to an existing family of cubs by PA Game Commission staff. It is hoped that the mother will accept the new cub as one of her own. It is unknown how the cub became orphaned in the first place.

Spring is looked upon as the renewal of life; in the wild, most animals are breeding, and many species have young walking along with parents or in... Continue Reading

Community Living


TRR photos by Jude Waterston

Herb heaven (and haven)

I have a small, fenced-in garden just steps from our front porch, making it a breeze to snip a handful of chives to garnish a cherry tomato salad or... Continue Reading
Catholic Charities makes help accessible
How I started smoking—and stopping one day at a time

Sports


TRR photos by Ted Waddell

Strategy session. Sullivan West’s Nicole Kocher gets a bit of advice at first from Lady Bulldog’s coach Mike Ellmauer.

LIBERTY, NY — Heat, bugs and mud. Talk about a challenging varsity softball game between the Lady Bulldogs of Sullivan West (3-6 overall) and the Liberty Lady Indians (7-8) on Thursday, May 17. Adding to the travails was the fact that the contest was Liberty’s second game of the afternoon (earlier... Continue Reading

 

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