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BETHEL, NY — There’s always a sense of rebelliousness in the air at the local quarter-mile oval asphalt track. Picture Robert Mitchem in the cult classic flick “Thunder Road” … more
GRAHAMSVILLE, NY — “These are no ordinary games,” said Collin “Stumpy” Miller, captain of the Mountain Athletic Club. “More than likely, the player and the style … more
GRAHAMSVILLE, NY — It was the perfect day for a base ball game. The scent of a freshly mown field, bales of straw used to fashion a backstop, an American Flag flying from the topmost bale and … more
ACCORD, NY — Roller derby is a sport of passion and empowerment, combined with the flavor of punk-meets-pop-culture camp in a full-contact sport that showcases a rainbow of colors, mixing it up … more
GRAHAMSVILLE, NY — At the end of the competition, all the contestants had a bellyful of watermelon.On Saturday, August 17, the 140th Annual Little World’s Fair presented their 4th annual … more
GRAHAMSVILLE, NY — These days, when people talk about horse power, they think about how many ponies are under the hood.But for the folks who make up the New York State Horse Pulling Association … more
BETHEL, NY — While 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the Aquarian Exposition, commonly known as the Woodstock Music and Arts Festival, it also chronicles the advent of NASCAR- sanctioned … more
CALLICOON CENTER, NY — On Sunday, August 4, Callicoon presented its Sixth Annual Car Show on the grounds of the town’s Veteran’s Memorial.The event showcased 88 registered cars that … more
HONESDALE, PA — On Saturday, August 3, the Wayne County Fair, now in its 157th season, presented the 36th Annual Woodsmen’s Competition in center court as an exhibition before the … more
HONESDALE, PA — The grand stand was sold out for the ever-popular demolition derby on Friday night, August 2 during the 157th Annual Wayne County Fair, co-sponsored by the Wayne County … more
BETHEL, NY — On the eve of the 50th anniversary of the Aquarian Exposition, it may be hard to believe that some things in the western part of Sullivan County have been around longer than the … more
CALLICOON, NY — Man, I don’t see how these folks can do it. On Sunday, July 21, the Delaware Youth Center held their 21st Annual River Run along River Road, which runs beside the banks … more
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — For Ron Bauer, Sullivan West’s veteran track and football coach, home is where the heart is.In 1960, he graduated from Delaware Valley Central School. After getting … more
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — On Saturday morning, June 29, Sullivan West Central School held its annual rite of passage as the local high school honored the graduating Class of 2019. Before the … more
According to ancient Greek lore, in the 23rd book of Homer’s “Iliad,” Achilles organized funeral games to be held in honor of his friend Patrokios, who was slain during the Trojan War. more
ELDRED, NY —History recounts the gladiator games of the ancient Roman republic and empire that lasted a millennium; high schools recognize the accomplishments of their scholar athletes every … more
MIDDLETOWN, NY — Sometimes you can get too close to the sun.  Never look back, someone may be gaining on you. John Swabik of Clymer-Sherman-Panama has the lead, nearing the finish line of … more
MIDDLETOWN, NY — And then it poured. Thursday, May 30 started out with the threat of rain and thunderstorms in the afternoon of the opening day of the 2019 New York State Public High School … more
MIDDLETOWN, NY — Last year it was Mike Mullally, as he proved virtually indomitable in track, racking up medal after medal in Section IX and NYS track events: 55-meter hurdles, 110- and … more
JEFFERSONVILLE, NY — There are good days, and, on the flip side of the coin, there are lousy days. To the victors go the spoils: Tri-Valley’s ace pitcher Jacob Yager Monday, May 20 … more
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