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NARROWSBURG, NY — It seems that Matt Carpenter is in the news a lot lately. As recently as April of this year, a New York Times article written by Sara Clemence (www.bit.ly/TRRmcnyt) details … more
Following my last column about fall webworms and eastern tent caterpillars, I decided to share something more pleasing to the eye, and to the spirit, therefore this paean to the restorative nature of … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — Millions of young people took part in Global Climate Strike (GCS) marches around the world on September 20, with the first marchers gathering in Australia. The movement … more
A contingent of residents from both sides of the river joined a demonstration on the Narrowsburg Bridge on the afternoon of Sep. 20 to show solidarity with the Global Climate Strike that was held in locations around the world. more
Thirty million people live in the Indonesian capital of Jakarta and the surrounding metropolitan area. Their city has served for decades as a financial and diplomatic hub of Southeast Asia as well as … more
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Today’s seniors remember the 1970s, when prices skyrocketed, and wages didn’t go up with them. “From week to week, people couldn’t know the cost of their groceries, utility … more
It’s shaping up to be the hottest summer ever, according to the World Meteorological Organization, which released data last week showing that June and July 2019 set new heat records. The … more
CANAAN TOWNSHIP, PA— Wayne County Coroner Edward Howell announced the death of Ricardo Martinez, a 74-year old inmate at United States Penitentiary Canaan, on Tuesday, July 30 at around 9 … more
If you’ve taken a stroll past the Narrowsburg Post Office recently, you’re sure to have seen something out of the ordinary... more
The drilling method called hydraulic fracturing (fracking) is largely exempt from the Safe Drinking Water Act because of legislation passed in 2005 that came to be called the Halliburton Loophole. … more
ALBANY, NY — The New York State Electric & Gas Corporation (NYSEG)—a company hammered by local politicians because of the way it handled two power-killing windstorms in 2018—is … more
HORTONVILLE, NY — More back and forth on PorchFest headlined the Town of Delaware meeting Wednesday, July 10 in Callicoon. Irene Nickolai, Joanne Brinkerhoff and Patti Moorhead, representing … more
What's going on in Sustainability July 18-24 more
My Fourth of July included dinner with a gathering of 10 friends, some of long acquaintance and some new to each other. As we settled around the table, one guest asked our hostess whether political … more
The New York State Legislature wrapped up its work for the year on June 21, bringing an end to a session that is being called historic. When Democrats took firm control of the senate in January, the … more
Brabenec seeks investigation of Green Light Bill FLORIDA, NY — Rep. Karl A. Brabenec sent a letter on Friday, June 28 to President Donald Trump and U.S. Attorney General William Barr … more
NEW YORK — David Miller’s stepdaughter Mattisyn watches a white holographic tiger move on the table in front of her as she shifts, giggling, from one foot to the other. A pink … more
WAYNE COUNTY, PA — Martin Medved, a dairy farmer in Preston Township, PA, has a knack for remembering history through weather. Pick any year between the 1980s and today, and he’ll … more
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