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TRR photo Erica Highhouse

The Narrowsburg Fire Department welcomes a few smiling helpers at the Fourth of July parade in town. From left, Megan Buddenhagen, Treacy Hillegas, Margaret (Maggie) Beck, Allison Buddenhagen and Heather Utegg, led the march.

Tusten discusses restrooms, plastic, roadwork

NARROWSBURG, NY — In the wake of a busy July 4th holiday weekend, the July 8 Tusten Town Board meeting dealt with a variety of tourism and ecology-related matters.


Photo provided by John Dunrea Riffey
Kudzu settles in.
 

Narrowsburg’s newest resident

The topic of a dog loomed heavily over our heads. I wanted one. My husband did not. We have even had heated discussions—okay, arguments—over an imaginary pet that wasn’t even in our lives. It was quagmire meets dog.

We were in a dogmire.


TRR photo by Veronica Daub
Elizabeth Ennis, curator of the exhibit “Bungalow,” posing next to her photograph, “Compound.” 
 

Historical heart of the Catskills

NARROWSBURG, NY — On Saturday, June 22, the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance held a lively opening reception for two shows that each explore the history of the region in different ways.


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Cochecton Youth Commission trip to NYC, Turtle Trot 5k walk/10k run and more

I walked into the Callicoon ER feeling like I was going to meet my maker: chills, muggy/clammy sweats, raw throat and like I had gone a few rounds with Mike Tyson. I was saying to myself, “I went a year and eight days without being really sick.” As I was lying there waiting for the doctor to come in and talk to me, I heard a voice I recognized.


Photos provided by Greg Triggs
Raymond Charles Francis Triggs, 1923–1998. Gone but never forgotten.
 

Happy Father’s Day

As a kid, my dad taught me to love a corny joke. Once when we passed a cemetery, he said, “Must be nice.”

“Why do you say that, Dad?” I’d naively asked.

“Because people are dying to get in there.”

And I laughed, feeling as though I had the wittiest dad in the world.


Photo by Greg Triggs

Narrowsburg News

It has been a busy couple of weeks for good ol’ N’burg, NY.  The New Narrowsburg (Newrosburg?) Farmers’ Market has proven to be a success, with lines at several vendors Saturday morning.

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