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Birthday wishes to ‘Charlie’, local VIPs Al Frangipane and Judith Maidenbaum, Constables Mike and Doug, Charlie Levine, Gentjana Beluli, Lillie Harris, Enzo Evans, Robert, Pedro Tweed, … more
Sasquatch, Bigfoot or Yeti- whatever you call it will be coming to the Eldred Town Hall as the subject of a presentation on July 3rd. Mythically Bigfoot is described as a large hairy muscular human … more
As the Fourth of July approaches, excitement is building. Fireworks displays are being planned, grills are being prepped, and red, white, and blue decorations are appearing everywhere.   … more
While balancing a large garden salad on my lap, an even larger word salad was tossed from my laptop in a single breath. And it went like this:   “I am a trans-masculine fem, … more
Now is the time of warm summer nights: of frogs in the headlights, fireflies in the ferns, of near-full moons and breakfasts on the patio as the sun rides up over yon line of dark hemlocks. The early … more
140 Years Ago - 1884 Your correspondent “C” falls into an error in regard to the name of our village and his error is so common that I will endeavor to set him and the general public … more
Over the last few weekends, I have gone to quite a few farmer’s markets around Sullivan County, something that I can do now that I am retired. We have a good array of markets around the county … more
The Sullivan West 4th graders walked down from their school in sweltering heat on Tuesday to plant their Marigold plants in the “Kids Garden” in front of the Peck’s Market. The … more
The folks in Highland always step up in a big way when someone is deep in their health struggles and is having a tough time. Our local neighbor Kimmie Sue Thiele has been struggling with some serious … more
The day started with more than a half hour’s drive to Honesdale, and a plan to get something framed, pick up an order at the bike shop, mail a package, buy a spool of thread, repair a garden … more
140 Years Ago - 1884 A week ago as Mrs. William Hessinger, near Callicoon, was boiling soft soap, their oldest child, a two-year-old girl, drank some of the strong lye from the basin, unknown to … more
As I’ve gotten older, I’ve come to love salmon. It’s definitely an acquired taste. My father and I love it, and my mother and husband are not big fans. I guess not everyone can be … more
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