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Surely, you, too, Reader, have noticed that this spring’s foliage in Sullivan County has been a kaleidoscope of color, almost as fantastical as the foliage of fall. Right now as you buzz down … more
May 12 — May is one of my favorite months of the year. After the early unseasonal warmth of April, the apple blossoms blooming slowed down and are now at their normal “stage” … more
It’s this time of year that I just love a slightly acidic bean salad to have for a light lunch or just to snack on when I get home. I never feel very guilty while eating it, which is always a … more
I mentioned last week that I moved and our new house has a lawn that is more moss than grass. This week, I moved our camper from the old house to new and found that the lawn is quite hard as well. … more
Many years ago I awoke from a dream in which a child was asking me, “So what do you get to do today?” I thought that was a very interesting question – not “What do you have to … more
Rain, rain go away! Bring on the warmer temperatures and long, warm days please. It seems like we blinked, and March & April were over and now we are into May. Mother’s Day is coming up, so … more
Come spring bugs, birds and bikes emerge. I own workhorses from the ‘80’s. Solid steel; in many places rusted. I’ll call them ‘vintage bikes’ because it sounds better. … more
May 9 – The Barryville Chamber of Commerce had a ribbon cutting last Saturday for another new business that has opened up in Yulan. It is a tattoo shop called “MJZ TAT2’S and it is … more
150 Years Ago - 1873 The “island” in the Delaware River was completely swept away by the late flood. Mr. Charles Muller of Jeffersonville has recently produced an accurate and … more
Congratulations to our very own Sullivan West Central School District for winning a ‘Best Communities for Music Education Award” through the NAMM Foundation (the NAMM Foundation … more
The covid pandemic taught us many things. During the pandemic there was a large decrease in flu cases across the country. With most people wearing protective masks when being in groups, the spread of … more
Few Sullivan County residents have ever attained the success of Arthur C. Butts of Monticello– lawyer, assemblyman, judge, and published author– and yet there are only a handful of locals … more
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