Currents Feature


Photos contributed by Chip Forelli
Pheasant woman: This 1920 photo of Dora Miller, from Lewistown, PA, was taken for the magazine Game News

because the turkey was so large. Miller is Robert Evans’ cousin’s great-grandmother, and he brought the photo to Forelli

to have it restored. 

Restoring the past

HONESDALE, PA — In the original photograph, Dora Miller looks proud of the large bird she’s holding in her left hand, as she props herself up with a rifle in her right.


Photos by Veronica Daub and Michael Randels

Michael Randels proudly poses with Bethel Brushworks’ “just-for-fun” Woodstock anniversary logo sculpture. 

Meet the ‘Dove Dude’

The community is aflutter with the 50th year anniversary of the iconic Woodstock music festival. To define the arts and cultural side of the celebration, there are a quite few projects in the works.


TRR photos by Jonathan Charles Fox

2018 Queen of the Ice Rae Mootz, took home first place in the Adult: pickerel division

this year, but ultimately gave up the crown to this year’s King of the Ice Rob Ward from

Liberty, NY.
 

King of the Ice crowned in White Lake

WHITE LAKE, NY — “We have beautiful conditions, plenty of ice, an incredible sunny day and lots of kids, what more could we ask for?” Those words, spoken by Sullivan County Conservation Club (SCCC) secretary Jay Mendels last Sunday were echoed across the lake throughout the day.

Here comes the sun

NEW YORK — As discussion of the Ocasio-Cortez/Markey Green New Deal escalates, the same criticisms get—ha—recycled. Renewable energy is expensive and wouldn’t exist if the government weren’t paying for it. It’s not user-friendly. It’s only available to coastal elites, and it’s confusing regardless.


TRR photos by Jonathan Fox
”Of course, our staff are members of the family, too,” New Munson Diner proprietor Christos Kritikos, center, with son John, says of his employees

The New Munson Diner: It’s all in the family

LIBERTY, NY — There’s a vintage-looking diner overlooking Main Street in Liberty, and it’s been there for a while. The diner was relocated from its original location on 11th Avenue and 49th Street in Manhattan to Sullivan County, where it’s been perched on the hill since 2005.

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