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  With the colder nights and scattered frost about, many of the summer annuals and vegetables in the garden have gone to mush, but that doesn’t mean the planting season is over.   … more
“Sticks and stones will break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” This little saying is simply not true. I imagine the person who first said it was greatly hurt by the words of … more
The JYCS Class of 1973 recently celebrated its 50th year reunion over the Columbus Day weekend at the White Sulphur Springs Inn with a total group of 40+ students and spouses having a great night. A … more
A few columns ago I wrote about being present at Yankee Stadium the day Derek Jeter got his 3000th hit. That historic blast was a moment in time that I will never forget.   My paper ticket … more
The long defunct Flagler Hotel in Fallsburg had a rich tradition as one of Sullivan County’s premier resorts, and for decades was a trendsetter in the industry. After operating for decades … more
Birthday wishes to Peter Sachs, Steve Schwartz, Leslie Howard, John Conway, Angela Rein, Tierney Meddaugh, Cris Sarosy, Ivan Zedek, Clara Lemaire-Pratt, Nicolas Sforza, Liz Brasington, Catherine … more
I grew up between two brothers, Danny and Andrew. For the longest time, we were equals in every way. We built forts together, made go-carts, jumped in the leaves, threw snowballs at each other, … more
150 Years Ago -   1873 Mr. Henry Rose informs us that the bridge which is situated near his residence is in sad need of repair. P. Jacobs of Youngsville has assumed the directorship of … more
With the warm weather we had this week you would have thought it was spring in our store as we were selling grass seed, fertilizer, lime and hoses. Yes the weather is still good for planting grass … more
Greetings faithful readers of Kenoza Lake. As I write this column, we still have summer like weather in western Bethel. Our local farmers were scrambling this past week to get the last of their hay … more
The following are TV commercials that I find annoying because they are outrageously inaccurate.   When my developmentally disabled son, Jimmy, was young and he saw a commercial about a product … more
As the vibrant hues of autumn begin to paint the landscape, the Sullivan Catskills are teeming with activity. We here at the SCVA are working hard to promote the region to travelers from all over the … more
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