The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) seemed to react with a bit too much caution in October, when it warned U.S. consumers not to eat any romaine lettuce, at all, from anywhere, because of the possibility of contamination.
Several awards were given out to dedicated 4-H members at the Tri-Gal 4-H Club’s end-of-the-year party earlier this month.
The following members celebrated milestone years in the program: Emma Modrovsky, five-year member; Brea Rutledge and Carter Terysen, 10-year members and Jarod Smith, 11-year member.
CALLICOON, NY — The Callicoon Business Association’s first decorating and lighting contest, which encouraged shop owners in Callicoon to decorate their storefront for the holiday season, announced the winners at its annual “Dickens on the Delaware” event over the weekend.
Remember the marshmallow test?
Now that Pennsylvania and New York’s Whitetail deer seasons are in full swing, hunting has become a hot-button topic for many. Platforms on the issue typically range from an ethical respect for living things to the necessity of providing naturally sourced meat to families.
I moved to Honesdale from California one year ago. From the beginning, I’ve felt welcome here—everyone I’ve met has been friendly and has done what they could to make me feel like part of the community.
Eldred Pres: Do your job!
Thirteen federal agencies and more than 300 experts, both from inside and outside government have been working for two years on the Fourth National Climate Assessment (NCA4), a report on the impacts of climate change on the United States and the world (www.globalchange.gov.) The production of the report
When cooking in the kitchen at this time of the year, everything sounds and tastes better if you say it with a French accent.