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Last week was “Labor Day” so I thought I would like to say something about this event. About 3065 BC, Moses said to his people, “Park your camel, pick up your shovel, mount your … more
Every once in a while I will have a few, overripe bananas left at the end of a week. I typically make banana bread, but recently tried these banana crumb muffins instead, and I may stick with the … more
Taking a drive Labor Day Monday, I couldn’t help but notice all the fruit hanging on trees that no one cares for anymore. Old farmhouses that are no longer occupied, roadside orchards and even … more
I hope everyone is surviving the horrible storms we have been experiencing. Many thanks to our Highway Department personnel, Fire Departments, EMS Providers, Police Agencies and NYSEG, too, for … more
Last week we reviewed Medicare Prescription Coverage or Part D. This week we will look into Medicare Advantage Plans. Medicare’s Annual Election Period is the time of year when you can make … more
With a tip of my cap to Paul Simon, when I look back at all the math I learned in high school, it’s a wonder I can add at all. In school my favorite subject was math. It came easily to me. … more
The signing of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787 by 39 representatives of 12 states was a major step—formalized less than a year later when New Hampshire became the ninth state to … more
His name is Natale Lucarello. Some of us called him Luke and others called him Nat. At the assisted living facility where he spent his final days he was known as the Music Man. Luke could play the … more
110 Years Ago - 1911 The Monticello Watchman, last week, contained an article to the effect that Jim Hall was forbidden to serve as superintendent of schools in this district because Third … more
Birthday wishes to Laura Smith, Cat, Margaret, Mitch, Jay Quaintance, Shane Bittenger, Harold Gold, Mike Dollard, Cooper, Eileen Ernst, Rowen McDermott, and James Loughlin. Anniversary wishes to … more
Every September for the past thirteen years, Lou Monteleone is up to something good-his St. Baldrick Head Shaving fundraiser. On Sunday, September 12th, from 10-6:00 p.m. his annual St. … more
Hello, I went to the Antique car show at the Fosterdale Country Café last Tuesday. There was some very cool looking cars. I felt like I was on an American Graffiti movie scene. The owner told … more
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