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SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — George Markert died in 1892 on Jeffersonville’s Stone Arch Bridge, killed three ways in the prescribed manner for dealing with a hexenmeister. There is, of … more
The mystery of Joseph Skinner, and other Upper Delaware horrors NARROWSBURG, NY — Cushetunk resident Joseph Skinner is believed to be the first European murdered in the Upper Delaware River … more
Port Jervis lynching to be discussed PORT JERVIS, NY — On June 2, 1892, Robert Lewis, a Black citizen, was lynched on East Main Street in Port Jervis, NY. Fueled by a rumor he had raped a … more
Hello! Did you all have a nice weekend? It’s getting a little easier to write the column because there is stuff going on. It’s Saturday, September 18. Happy St. Patrick’s Day. … more
The call went out: come hear the news. The residents clustered around a wagon, on which stood the visitor—a town crier, bringing word from the Continental Congress, who unrolled a long scroll and began to read. more
NARROWSBURG, NY — Starting this summer, Fort Delaware will be under the oversight of two experienced historians, John and Debra Conway. John Conway, the county historian, announced the change … more
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Vogue dance workshop HURLEYVILLE, NY — On Friday, March 13 from 6 to 8 p.m., the Hurleyville Arts Centre is hosting the Hetrick-Martin Institute to present another two-hour workshop that … more
Delaware River Solar open house CALLICOON, NY — Delaware River Solar (DRS) will host an open house on Wednesday, March 11 from 5 to 7 p.m. to celebrate DRS’s new location at 33 Lower … more
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