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Town of Liberty councilman Vincent McPhillips tells the audience he won’t vote in favor of a moratorium because he is not “prejudiced.” 

Liberty board approves moratorium

LIBERTY, NY — With at least two of its council members doing so reluctantly, the council of the Town of Liberty voted in favor of adopting a moratorium on the creation of summer camps in the town for a year, with two possible extensions of three months each.


Residents march in support of human rights in Monticello on April 2.

Monticello Human Rights March

MONTICELLO, NY — Maria Zeno, an attorney in Monticello, formed the Human Rights March in Monticello with several intentions, one of which was to focus on all human rights and not exclude the rights of any person or group of people.


TRR photo by David Hulse
National Park Service Ranger Kevin Reish narrates the park’s in-house water safety PowerPoint. Reish and Chief Interpreter Ingrid Peterec presented the program to the Upper Delaware Council on April 6.

Drowning prevention stressed at UDC

NARROWSBURG, NY — A bear attack might make the network news, but the fact is that more people die of drowning in the national parks than from any other cause.

An Internet search of the most dangerous parks will reveal that both the Upper Delaware (UPDE) and the Delaware Water Gap have made “10-most” lists in various publications.

The River Reporter takes home awards

SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY — The River Reporter team headed to the New York Press Association conference and trade show held at the Gideon Putnam Resort on April 7 and 8. This conference is held every year and is a chance for community newspapers from all over New York State to gather and learn from professionals in the business.

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