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With this week’s paper, we begin a six-week exploration of joy. It seemed fitting that given the current state of national and global news, we concentrate on finding stories of resilience. That we explore the path from pain and separation to interconnection and—if we are lucky and diligent—joy. more
This season of Thanksgiving offers us a welcome opportunity to reflect upon the cornucopia of advantages of life in America, which we enjoy and share with others.  It is sometimes easy to … more
Veterans Day officially commemorates the end of World War I on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918 and honors U.S. veterans of all conflicts. 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
If you talk to almost anyone right now, you will find them concerned about the future.  more
I was troubled to read the National Breast Cancer Foundation's assertion that plastic utensils do not cause breast cancer (River Reporter, October 6-12, 2022). I don't know what they mean by "plastic … more
Consider this recent community network post: more
The Camp FIMFO informational session hosted by the Sullivan County Partnership for Economic Development on September 15 was, if nothing else, informative. more
We’ve been reporting since March about the active redevelopment of Kittatinny Campgrounds in Barryville into Camp FIMFO-Catskills, an emerging brand of Northgate Resorts. If approved, this will be the third of its newest family-resort brand, the only one outside of the state of Texas. more
Joseph Salvatore, superintendent of Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River, passed away unexpectedly on July 27, 2022. more
Childhood has three main ingredients: having fun, creativity and a handful of innocence. Those ingredients bring us, the “big kids,” a lot of joy, so let me share this with all of … more
The schematic is simple. A rectangle between two roads and two property lines. more
In hiring a consultant to redraw the county districts, the legislature went out of its way to avoid the appearance of impropriety. The consultants, Main Street Communications, were only to be in contact with the county manager and the real property office, and base the district lines on population. Each district needed to be within five percent of 8,627 people. more
Under a brilliant sky and gentle breeze, and amid tears, smiles and laughter, the Eldred School District community came together to honor two valuable members who left us much too soon.  more
Peter Carmeci, the commander of the Tusten Highland Lumberland VFW, includes in all of his services a poem about how the soldier creates the opportunity for a nation to have free speech, religious … more
The Tusten Town Hall has a long history. Built in 1926 by the Narrowsburg Fire Department, it was the home of the Park Theater in the 1930s. The building was sold to the Town of Tusten in … more
This year’s Earth Day theme on April 22 is “Invest in our planet.” Indeed, now is the moment to change it all — the business climate, the political climate and how we take … more
One of the most popular songs sung at the Passover Seder—the well-observed home-based ritual of the holiday—is “Dayainu,” which literally means “It would have been … more
Happy Easter! Did you know that the feast of Easter is celebrated for 50 days? Easter is the time when Christians celebrate the mystery of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. It is a special time of … more
There are several different ways to interpret the actions of the Highland Town Board’s decision to not reappoint Johnny Pizzolato as Highland’s rep to the Upper Delaware Scenic Byway … more
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