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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
Greetings faithful readers!   Fawn watch is upon us. I have yet to see a fawn and I have heard no fawn sighting reports.   Please be alert and please do not touch a fawn without a doe. I … more
Greetings faithful readers of the Kenoza Lake news!   Happy New Year! This is my first column since late December 2023. Since early January, I have been very busy at Town Hall of Bethel … more
Greetings faithful readers of the Kenoza Lake news.   Although it is still officially fall, the frigid temperatures earlier this week feels more like January and winter rather than fall. Before … more
Greetings faithful readers. Well, we finally got our first KILLER FROST of the season. As I write this column on Thursday morning, November 2nd, it is 25 degrees. The annual plants I don’t plan … more
As I write this Kenoza Lake news column, it is a glorious sunny, fall day in Bethel. We have still not yet had a killer frost. We had a touch of frost a week or so ago, some of my impatien plants got … 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
Yesterday, Wednesday, September 20th, I had a solo hummingbird at my feeder. She was simply resting on the feeder, took a few sips of nectar and flew off. My male hummers left a few weeks ago. This … more
Greetings faithful readers of the Kenoza Lake news. Fall is in the air.   As most of you know, my mother-in-law Florence Brown passed away last week.   (Her obituary was published in … more
Greetings faithful readers! So late summer is settling in now and everyone asks, where did the summer go? Some of the birds that migrated north back in the spring have already raised their young and … more
Greetings faithful readers of the Kenoza Lake News. The Sullivan County farmers who make hay have been delighted with the glorious hay weather that we have had since Sunday. It has been a challenging … more
July 21 — Greetings faithful readers. You may recall that the first few days of May were very rainy. Then we had almost four weeks of dry weather, when our farmers were able to make some hay, … more
Greetings faithful readers! Hope that everyone had a fantastic July 4th weekend. I went to see the fireworks in White Lake/Kauneonga Lake. Fantastic! Fortunately, the weather cooperated, and everyone … more
So last week there was a bit of nature drama at the Otto residence. For three days, my husband Ray and I had what appeared to be an orphaned fawn residing a few yards north of the Otto front lawn. … more
Greetings faithful readers. What a killer frost that we had last week! Wednesday, May 17th. Yikes! Our Dunstan Chestnut trees were in the process of leafing out and now they are all brown. Not sure … 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
Greetings faithful readers! So good to be back writing my Kenoza Lake column. So many people have told me over the past few months that they have missed my column. My duties of being the Town of … more
December 30 — John Lennon wrote and sang a song back in the 1960s, called AND SO IT IS CHRISTMAS. It starts with these words: And so it is Christmas. And what have you done? Another year … more
October 7 - Greetings faithful readers of the Kenoza Lake news. Winter has now officially begun, and the days are already getting longer. Before too long, we will see signs of spring. But before the … more
So, in case you may not be aware of it, the annual White-Tail deer rut is in full swing. This is the time of the year when the bucks are actively seeking out does to mate. The annual courting ritual … more
October 20 — Greetings faithful readers! Now is the time of the year when one must watch out for wet leaves, that can be very slippery when walking and driving. Also, the mini rut for deer will … more
October 6 — It is the time of year when our countryside turns glorious, as our maple trees turn those gorgeous reds, oranges, and yellows. Take some time these next few days to go outside and … more
Last day of summer. Greetings faithful readers of the Kenoza Lake news. Today is the first day of fall. My husband Ray loves fall as he is an avid bow hunter; however, I prefer the first day of … more
August 18 — Greetings faithful readers of the Kenoza Lake news! Another glorious summer day out there, but dear God, we need rain! Last summer, it seemed as though it rained every other day. … more
August 5 –   We are in the midst of the hot, dog days of summer. Unlike last summer, the farmers have been able to get on all their hayfields and make hay. You will recall how wet it was … more
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