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110 Years Ago - 1913 A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. George Raum of Kenoza Lake on February 28. John Brustman cut a tree measuring fifty-five feet in length and as straight as a string on the … more
The woman seated next to me at the book group describes almost word for word the image I’ve been trying to put out of my thoughts since reading it a few days earlier. It is worse than grim, but … more
Women’s inexorable march toward equality in politics and government in this country has been one of small steps, and there have been many obstacles to overcome. Sometimes in looking back, it is … more
A cultural phenomenon rapidly developed after an incident in Roswell, New Mexico back in 1947. As reported in the local newspaper, something crash landed on a rural patch of land outside the town. At … more
March 10 – Most of my readers are aware that I am a JEMS member and we encourage everyone to join our group whether you are an adult or a child. We also encourage you to volunteer with your own … more
I know the weather has been pretty sucky the last few weeks, but the weather is the least of our worries. Last week I ended my column with the fact that Lily has had two ticks on her already this … more
I recently picked up Ina Garten’s book Go- To Dinners, and it’s absolutely stunning. I highly recommend buying it if you haven’t yet. The wonderful thing about this book is most of … more
Birthday wishes to Nicole Newick, Emily Morey, Stacey Moyer, Elias Hart, Harper Ryder, Joan Farrow, Jenny Vielandi, Landin Raynor, Luke Farrow, Sue Foss, Carla Mansfield, Jacob Billig, Nicholas … more
There is a new face at the front desk of the Sunshine hall Free Library. Starting last month, Ema Amato is the first ever Intern from the Eldred Central School District. The Library got a generous … more
Hello March! They say it comes in like a lion and out like a lamb! Well, that certainly seems to be the case this year. Personally, I would love a little more Spring like … more
Hello, my devoted readers. It’s Fran DeFilippi Kurpil.....I guess we are all looking forward to Spring, and today is nearing fifty degrees. I know these warmer temps are only brief and doing a … more
At the winter farmers market held in Callicoon’s Youth Center, you can find almost anything; baked goods, trout both smoked and freshly fileted, mushrooms, spirits, cheeses and other dairy … more
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