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A quick follow-up to my frustration of last week. So the next day I brought home some starting fluid and a new spark plug from the store. As I was taking apart the air filter housing so I could spray … more
I am very grateful for the five senses God created us with, even when they don't function properly. Right now my ears are clogged with wax and I'm having trouble hearing. But in spite of that, I was … more
THE UGLY CRY: A MEMOIR by Danielle Henderson (Viking). An excellent title for a book full of rage and sorrow and tenderness and, overlying it all, pride and satisfaction, and not so much high hopes … more
John A. Roebling was born in Prussia on June 12, 1806. Educated as an engineer, but finding the political unrest in his home country stifling, he emigrated to the U.S. in 1831 with a small group … more
How Does an Irrevocable Trust Work? An irrevocable trust typically transfers your assets out of your (the grantor’s) estate and potentially out of the reach of estate taxes and probate, but … more
HONESDALE, PA - The 53rd Summer Festival of Events, produced by the Wayne County Creative Arts Council, will launch on Thursday evening, June 17, at 7:30 p.m., with a performance by “Lighten … more
LIVINGSTON MANOR - Join us this year on Saturday August 21 for an outdoor Angler’s market, lifestyle items, crafts and artisan goods at our annual Summerfest in the field at Catskill Fly … more
MONTICELLO - The Community Garden Club of Liberty regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, June 15 at 1 p.m. will be held at the Town of Thompson Park on Liberty Street in Monticello. Eva Minson from … more
BETHEL – Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, a nonprofit cultural organization located in Bethel, is pleased to announce the return and expansion of their popular youth arts series, P.L.A.Y. … more
Golfers ... how’s your chipping game? I walked into a golf pro shop upstate near Oneonta last week and saw a gentleman and sales rep looking at a video which showed a golfer doing some practice … more
A bill that would ban the use of lead-based ammunition on New York state lands where hunting is allowed is now working its way through the NY Assembly and Senate, despite disapproval of some … more
Several weeks ago, my aunt shared her Easter menu with me, which included a variation on this maple-roasted carrot salad, and I am so glad she did! All the colors and flavors came together so … more
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