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Opinion
    • New ink

      As a mother, I think I am considered pretty lenient. We are not a household of rules; I am not a great rule follower, myself. Maybe I drew the …

    • In good company

      My Fourth of July included dinner with a gathering of 10 friends, some of long acquaintance and some new to each other. As we settled around the …

    • In the good old summer stock time

      For many, it’s Christmastime (yes, it’s one word) with “kids jingle belling” and “much mistletoeing” (uh huh) that springs to mind …

Arts & Leisure

Laughs at the Emerald, crafts at the Audubon and more

What's going on in arts and culture July 18 to 25.
Latest news
WAYNE COUNTY, PA — District Attorney Patrick Robinson announced on Tuesday, July 23 that Alan Boguski, the man severely injured in an explosion this past Thursday, has been charged with …
SOUTH CANAAN— Pennsylvania State Police are investigating an explosion that took place at a home in Waymart on Thursday, July 18 at around 3 p.m.  Alan Boguski arrived at Wayne Memorial …
The National Weather Service recently issued an excessive heat watch for this weekend. Mobile Life Support Services, the largest emergency medical provider in the Hudson Valley, offers safety tips …

Dust in the wind

I’m not naïve—I understand the “circle of life” and that all living things eventually die. It’s the fragility that troubles me; the mere notion that life as we know it can come to an abrupt halt, suddenly and without warning, niggles at me and keeps me awake at night.

Old art sparks new inspiration

One of the old pieces of The Great Wall of Honesdale has been removed, repurposed and revived. Its new home is in Maude Alley on Main Street. The borough of Honesdale hasn’t always been …
Sports

Legends of Section IX: Coach Ron Bauer

LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — For Ron Bauer, Sullivan West’s veteran track and football coach, home is where the heart is.In 1960, he graduated from Delaware Valley Central School. After getting …

Class of 2019 ‘Home of the Bulldogs’ graduates

LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — On Saturday morning, June 29, Sullivan West Central School held its annual rite of passage as the local high school honored the graduating Class of 2019. Before the …

We are the champions: Honoring Sullivan West’s athletes

According to ancient Greek lore, in the 23rd book of Homer’s “Iliad,” Achilles organized funeral games to be held in honor of his friend Patrokios, who was slain during the Trojan War.
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Outdoors
    • How’s my casting?

      Fly casting is that part of fly fishing many of us take for granted, yet nothing is more important than for anglers to be able deliver their …

    • Colorful flyers of summer

      One thing about looking for a particular plant or animal along a trail or stream is you are likely to see everything but the target species. …

    • Sustainability resources

      www.bit.ly/poweringsc“Powering Sullivan” is a resource guide for energy efficiency for homes, small businesses and agriculture, …

From the blogs
    • Quick... write something.

      I've got a ton going on right now. Between my normal workload, the concerts and events, I'm about at max. But here's the thing. I can't be …

    • 100 duck-sized horses?

      Summer is busy. There are tons of events, parades and parties to attend. I avoid a ton of them. Not by choice, but because I have other …

    • Man on the Moon

      Ok. This is it. The first real blog post I'm going to write on the new website. Tons of work has gone into this site... and it's not done. …