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by Megan O’Reilly Palevich, M.Ed.  (NAPSI)—Each day, as people across the country wake up and check their phones, turn on their morning news broadcast, or unfold their local papers, one … more
GLEN SPEY, NY — The Lumberland Summer Youth Program will be in action this year. At the Lumberland Town Board March meeting, supervisor Jenny Mellan reported that the day camp will open, free … more
Explosion in Liberty LIBERTY, NY — At approximately 11:55 a.m. on February 21, New York State Police responded to a report of an explosion at a residence on Lt. J.G. Brender Highway. An … more
Logic might dictate that current weather conditions would be reason enough to forget fishing today. The local meteorologists report that this is one of the driest summers on record, with lawns, crops … more
(NAPSI)—After your lawn gets its last cut before winter, it will be time to put away spring and summer outdoor power equipment, like lawn mowers, leaf blowers, and trimmers. What’s next? Snow … more
And just like that, summer draws to a close. Oh, sure, officially it ain’t over until September 22, but we in the Upper Delaware River region know it’s all downhill from here. And by … more
Let’s face it: I’m just a dog. Well, maybe not JUST a dog (HE says I’m “special”), but a dog nonetheless. I mean, sure, I went to school when I was a puppy and learned … more
Fly fishing is a fragile and fickle sport. By that, I don’t mean to imply that rivers are fragile, or that trout are fragile, although, in some instances, both are. What I do mean is, unlike a … more
What's going on in arts, leisure and community July 2 to 8 more
REGION — When the New York State Department of Health closed sleep-away camps to slow the spread of coronavirus, that affected dozens of camps in our region alone.  But camps are about … more
What's new in arts & leisure June 25 to July 1 more
NEW YORK STATE — NYS Commissioner of Health Howard Zucker remembers going to summer camp. But, he wrote in a June 12 statement, “amid the worst public health crisis in a century, my … more
What's going on in arts, leisure and community June 18 to 24 more
Recently while working my garden near the Beaver Kill River in Cooks Falls, a passing black pickup slowed and stopped in front of where I was working. The darkened passenger window rolled down slowly … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — Gov. Cuomo said on May 22 that he would not be willing to send his children to day camp this year, and he wouldn’t expect others to do so, but he did not say whether … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — On a conference call on May 6, Sullivan County Public Health Director Nancy McGraw said that under current conditions, she is opposed to the opening of the many summer … more
ALBANY NY — On February 21, the New York State Senate passed Sen. Jen Metzger’s bill that would permit children’s summer camps—including camps for children with developmental … more
Labor Day has come and gone. I haven’t accomplished as much as I planned to this summer, but it gives me hope and ambition for next summer’s agenda. Days of grilling outside, listening to … more
Looking back, one has to wonder where the 2109 trout season went? April and May were cool and wet, rendering stream flows too high and cold for fishing, with fly hatches repressed or lost. The … more
Once upon a time, we all lived in the kitchen.That was when the kitchen was most of, if not all of, the house. We’ve come around to that again. There’s a reason the kitchen is … more
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