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Jesus had just healed a man with a shriveled hand in front of everyone in the synagogue on the Sabbath, which was unlawful to do (Mark 3:1-6). Now the Pharisees were really angry and began to plot … more
Come visit the Farmers’ Market in Jeffersonville (located next to the Jeff Bakery, Main Street) every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 1p.m. They have a variety of products to offer and live music too! … more
As I write this column, it is the morning after Hurricane Ida washed through here. The sun is shining without a cloud in the crystal blue sky. The other day I was listening to a program about … more
Fall Annual Election Period is quickly approaching! From October 15 through December 7, you can make changes as you need to your Medicare coverage. Any changes you make will take effect January 2022. … more
Modern technology has greatly devastated many industries. Probably one of the hardest hit are camera companies. For most of us who were alive in BCP, we have memories of how we used to take pictures. … more
Many archeologists believe that the Munsee, a branch of the Lenape, a Native American tribe of Algonquin culture, may have lived along the banks of the Upper Delaware as early as 12,000 years ago, … more
With the advent of Labor Day, another summer has run its course here in Mongaup Valley and in Smallwood. Already you will have experienced that singular morning when you first drive out from Plank or … more
Birthday wishes to Debi, Andrew Liff, Sloane, Chris Tully, Denisse Frangipane, Jerry Broskin, Michael Ryder, Heather Quintance, Mark Pavlak, Michael Connolly, Josh Deitchman, Mermer, Cindy Gottlieb, … more
The second annual Liberty Police Benevolent Association (PBA) Poker Run in 2021 hosted a memorial motorcycle ride for one of their fallen brothers, Sheldon "Pickles" Zweck who was lost to the … more
Summertime was always my favorite season as a kid and the lack of school was the least of it. My parents packed up everything, zippy our dog and their four very rambunctious children into two cars … more
110 Years Ago - 1911 F.J. Lewis of Barryville has been elected supervisor of the school districts of Liberty, Bethel, Cochecton, Highland, Lumberland and Tusten. Mrs. Emma Chase has been elected … more
Hi, hope you all are doing well. It’s that time of year when I get phone calls and emails for school taxes. “I AM NOT the school tax collector” so I am giving you all the … more
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