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What's new in the Upper Delaware region December 16 to 22 more
In October of 2017, I wrote a column for the River Reporter titled “A chance at fall spawners.” It was my lament about why the state did not extend the fishing season for trout, which … more
(In his previous My View, Noah Kaminsky described some of the limitations of the Affordable Care Act—most of which were in place because they were ahead of their time. One problem, surprise … more
TUSTEN, NY — The August 10 meeting of the Tusten Town Board took place in a tightly packed room. Over 20 people showed up in the basement of the town hall to give their thoughts on the … more
Special trout fishing regulations have been used as a fisheries management tool in New York State and around the U.S. for many years. In many instances, but not always, these regulations are based on … more
What's new in the Upper Delaware region December 10 to December 16 more
    WARWICK, NY — With new regulations around hemp production in New York State, state and industry leaders are hoping to see a cannabidiol (CBD) boom in Orange … more
BEACH LAKE, PA — Routine business took up almost the whole of the Berlin Township Board of Supervisors August 17 meeting. It wasn’t until the new business segment right before adjournment … more
Law enforcement and prosecution are part of the Executive Branch of government. The Executive Branch, federal and state, is responsible to enforce the law. Law may consist of legislative enactments, … more
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