In the community
    • So much more than exhibits

      I often tell folks that the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance (DVAA) is far more than they think. Many know us as “that art gallery” in …

    • Does breed matter?

      COCHECTON, NY — Is biology destiny? Dog lovers sometimes think so. A selling point for purebred dogs is that personalities are more …

    • Meet our mud duck

      Spring is finally here, which means all the animals are spending more time outdoors, eating that fresh spring grass and foraging for various …

Opinion
    • The census, does it make sense?

      It’s that time once again to start thinking about the Census of Agriculture. Every five years, the United States Department of Agriculture …

    • Drilling for gas unjust, risky

      I am writing in response to the bizarre arguments that Betty Sutliff makes in favor of gas drilling in the Delaware River Basin.

    • Fracking, land ownership

      Reaching back to antiquity, the notion of private property brings order to the distribution of landholdings by establishing both definitive …

Sports
TALKING SPORTS

Bulldogs’ spring baseball, softball tourney

What better way to celebrate Mother’s Day 2022 than to host a baseball and softball tourney on Sunday, May 8
talking sports

Swingin’ in the rain

JEFFERSONVILLE, NY — Talk about flashbacks or temporary lapses of reality. For a while on Friday, May 6, this sports scribbler thought he was back in 1952, watching “Singin’in the …
Talking sports

Softball in a snow squall

JEFFERSONVILLE, NY – Leave it to Catskills weather to make local sports a challenge. On Wednesday, April 27, the varsity softball game between the home team Lady Bulldogs and the Lady Lions …
Editorial
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 …
Leisure

If I were going to incorporate this past week, and had a degree with which to back it up, that would be the name of my firm. To be fair, I’m usually all of those things most of the time, but …

Living history, music, exhibits at Civil War encampment MILFORD, PA — The Columns Museum will host the 11th annual Civil War encampment from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 21. This year, …
GREENTOWN, PA — The celebration of World Labyrinth Day, to be held at Labyrinth Garden PA, has been rescheduled for Saturday, May 14.  It will take place from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the …
JEFFERSONVILLE, NY — There is so much to see in our region. All it might take is a bit of travel. If you’ve wanted to get out of the house, need a break, or want to see something new, …
Police Blotter
Monticello man sentenced for violations of order of protection

District Attorney Meagan Galligan announced that on May 13, Ronald Royster, 30, of Monticello, was sentenced by Sullivan County Court Judge E. Danielle Jose-Decker to an …

Town of Thompson man arrested following 3 month investigation

Sentencing in Wayne County Courts

Coronavirus Updates
NORTHEAST PENNSYLVANIA — Ever since the COVID-19 vaccine became widely available to eligible residents across the commonwealth, the Wright Center for Community Health has been working to quell …
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