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I’ve got to admit, there have been times during self-isolation that I’ve given in to my fears, many of which were exaggerated or unfounded. My imagination got the best of me because there … more
Here is a picture, viewed from the New York side, of the old covered bridge at Narrowsburg, NY. Built in 1848, the bridge was 250 feet long. The road leading from the bridge on the Pennsylvania side … more
From TRR archives Taken at the Philadelphia Sportsman’s Show, here, between the two white hats, are Prince and Princess Ranier (Grace Kelly) viewing the Narrowsburg, NY booth. The … more
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Special Meeting of the Tusten Town Board of the Town of Tusten, Sullivan County, New York will be held on Monday, April 6, 2020 at 4:00 PM, for the purpose holding an … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — An industrial-size container of hand sanitizer and a pile of COVID-19 information packets lay just inside the community hall doorway prior to the start of the March 10 Tusten … more
This time of year, late at night, walking the dog through the Flats, the bare trees allow a view of town that’s normally not possible. There’s time to notice the bend of the river. The … more
I used to live in Minneapolis. It was an amazing adventure in my first big city. A beautiful skyline, great football and baseball, terrific restaurants, world-class theatre and a legendary columnist … more
A very dapper Jim Purcell is pictured here, all decked out for the Narrowsburg, NY centennial in July 1953. Jim was sporting a beard, because one of the centennial events was a contest to see who … more
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NARROWSBURG, NY — The Tusten Energy Committee supplied additional facts about its plan to manage food waste with an anaerobic digester. In an effort to reduce compostable refuse, which … more
My heart dropped at the sight of a deep-red leaf blowing across my yard. Squirrels are gathering nuts with a winter-is-coming vigor. Nowhere, however, is the change more evident than in my garden. A … more
In the 1800s, ferry boats were one of the ways to cross the Delaware River. Shown here is one such ferry crossing the river at Hankins, NY. The Kellams, first Jacob, and then his son, William, … more
John and Judy Pavese, one-time owners of the Narrowsburg Inn, donated logs that were assembled into a raft on the morning of August 17, 1976 by several Narrowsburg residents: Jay Laria, Tom Wolfe, … more
Before I go into my thoughts on the Delaware Valley Opera’s production of Gilbert and Sullivan’s “H.M.S. Pinafore,” let me offer a very bold disclaimer here: I’m no … more
The following results of the Sullivan County primary elections have been announced: In the race for the Democratic nomination to become the county legislator for District Two, Kathleen M. LaBuda … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — Born of, served by, and now defined by the river that flows through it, Narrowsburg knows well the power of water, for good and ill. In this summer season, nature’s … more
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