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Greetings to all! On Friday, July 2nd, more than ten weeks ago, I first reported that there was a missing cow in the Kenoza Lake vicinity. A photo of the missing cow appeared in the Sullivan County … more
As I write this column, it is the morning after Hurricane Ida washed through here. The sun is shining without a cloud in the crystal blue sky. The other day I was listening to a program about … more
What a rainstorm last night! The remnants of Hurricane Fred. Things had gotten very dry so that was good that we got the several inches of rain that we did. It is tomato season. If you like tomatoes … more
August 6 - Faithful readers of the Kenoza Lake news know that almost every summer, the Otto household winds up with some type of animal or bird, making frequent appearances at our Pucky Huddle Road … more
July 30 - Greetings! What a rainy summer. The farmers are having a very difficult time getting on their hay fields. They need a few days of sunshine and with no rain.  Very hard to do this … more
Remember that childhood song, “Rain rain, go away, come again another day”. When will it stop raining? The poor farmers trying to make hay. One of the wettest Julys on record. It appears … more
July 2 - Greetings faithful readers. I start this column on a couple of sad notes, the recent passing of Art Hassis and Bill Korwan. I attended then Jeffersonville-Youngsville Central School with … more
Greetings to all on this glorious June day. Nippy last night, 38 degrees! Remember that famous quote by George Berkely, “If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it … more
Greetings to all. What a glorious Thursday morning. Low humidity. I woke up at 5:00 and was so fortunate to catch the Super Flower Blood full moon. Good news spreads fast. Yesterday I was in the … more
Greetings faithful readers! Spring is in full swing now. The leaves on the trees are almost fully out. The apple blossom petals are blowing away, lilac bushes are still fragrant, and the wisteria is … more
Greetings! I love this time of the year. The sounds of the peepers, all of the migrating bird activity, the greening of our gorgeous countryside. And soon, turtles on the move. Please take some time … more
Mini news column. Get your hummingbird feeders out as well as your cut oranges and grape jelly! Within the next few days, the hummingbirds, the rose-breasted grosbeaks and the Baltimore Orioles will … more
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