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Over the years that I have been writing this column I have relished covering the Barryville Area Arts Association which holds their events in a store front location called the Artist’s Market … more
Fall is definitely in the air even before any leaves have tumbled down on our lawns, and another sign that’s summer has made her final bow is the Von Steuben German Fest is back and will be … more
Every September for the past thirteen years, Lou Monteleone is up to something good-his St. Baldrick Head Shaving fundraiser. On Sunday, September 12th, from 10-6:00 p.m. his annual St. … more
Summertime was always my favorite season as a kid and the lack of school was the least of it. My parents packed up everything, zippy our dog and their four very rambunctious children into two cars … more
I am so sorry to see that Clancy’s Diner and Ice Cream has closed and apparently for good. When I stopped by, the space has been emptied out. After at least three generations of family members … more
August 17 - Everyone has heard about and many of us have used a Little Free Library. In 2009 Todd Bol of Hudson, Wisconsin built a dollhouse, sized wooden case in the shape of a one room schoolhouse … more
A very vulnerable twelve-year-old girl goes missing in Florida as a tropical storm ravages the state. She seems to have just disappeared from the face of the earth and the Police cannot locate her … more
The Sunshine Hall Free Library has a Community Day all planned out for next Saturday, August 7th with several different events happening throughout the day. Starting at 10:00 a.m. in the Highland … more
I went last Saturday and donated blood at the American Legion Ambulance Service Blood Drive. As the daughter of a disabled WWII veteran who needed many blood transfusions to stay alive when I was a … more
I have always been amazed that those legacies rooted in our American traditions of honor and service to others seem to endure. That certainly has been the case with the American Legion Ambulance … more
July 6 - There really isn’t anything better than great summer picnics with food, friends and sunshine. Then when you throw in scholarship awards for our local high school graduates and … more
The pandemic was tough on our economy, but it was especially hard on our not-for-profit organization, and it will take awhile for them to get back on their feet. The Sunshine Hall Library is … more
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