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Folks, I’d like to take a few minutes to talk with you about your mulch. First, let me say that I’m pro-mulch. Have been most of my adult life. Some of my best friends use mulch. But … more
One of the glories of Sullivan County in June is that everything, everywhere is rioting in green or, if not yet green, is ablaze with bloom. Drive down Creamery Road or stroll around Mountain Lake … more
Birthday wishes to ‘Charlie’, Laurie Kilgore, Catherine Witt, Beth Weiss, Cathleen Doherty, Hon Cynthia Dolan, Payton Gold, Harper Altman, Olivia, Noah, Leo, Pauly Beluli, Don Simkin, … more
  June is rolling in like the cool breeze after a sweltering day, signaling the end of the academic grind for many. Yep, school’s wrapping up, and you can practically taste the freedom in … more
The Bicycle Ballyhoo began in ‘75 in an elevator at The Hotel Bretton Hall on 86th and Broadway, when Didier Bacri turned to me and said, “You should get a bicycle.” And I did. … more
140 Years Ago - 1884 Hank Smith is the funniest looking object we have seen in a long time. A hurricane seems to have blown his mustache clean off. If anybody wants to see a McDonell … more
I’ve realized that the older I become, the more I am turning into my mother. As a kid, I was very anti anything that tasted like or resembled an egg. At every birthday party, my mother would … more
Well, No Mow May paid dividends this year. Last week I caught a swarm of bees in the bee trap I had set up at the store. I’ve now moved them to my bee yard in my garden at home and hopefully … more
Bear mating season is now upon us.   If you are not on Facebook, (specifically, Sullivan County Post) then you may not know that last Friday, May 24th at 7:15 pm, Town of Bethel Dan Sturm & … more
Most of you probably recognize that line from the movie “The Wizard of Oz.” In the film, a tornado touches down in Kansas and sends Dorothy and her little dog Toto on a soul-searching … more
Decoration Day, Tuesday, May 30, 1939, turned out to be a day Melvin Holt and George Dubner, two boys from Brooklyn vacationing with their families in Loch Sheldrake, would never forget. Holt … more
People who know me well are aware that I feel I must have at least one banana a day or I cannot function. So when my friend John Bale, who now lives in Conneticut, saw a truck full of bananas turn … more
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