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Greetings to all! Happy New Year! This is my first Kenoza Lake news column for 2021. This was because this was my first year as the recently elected, Town of Bethel Tax Collector. It has been an … more
Greetings to all. I am writing my last Kenoza Lake news column for 2020. Also, this will be the last column until next April 16th. On December 3rd, I was appointed the Town of Bethel Tax … more
Greetings to all! Did you catch that super full Beaver moon this past weekend? Wow! Whitetail rifle season seemed to be very active this year due to the favorable weather conditions (warm, no … more
Greetings to all. Frigid morning out there as I write this column. My phone currently says it is 19 degrees out there. On Saturday, November 7th, 8:45 am, four Evening Grosbeaks appeared at the … more
Greetings faithful readers. In case you haven't heard the news, it appears as though I won the Town of Bethel Tax Collector position. The absentee ballots have not yet been counted (they will be … more
A gloomy, overcast day here in Bethel, weather wise. The sugar maple leaves have fallen off the trees. There are still some leaves on Japanese maple trees, with their brilliant red leaves. Oak trees … more
Greetings to all. I am back in the saddle now, resuming the writing of my Kenoza Lake news column. Since I last wrote this column, the peak color of the autumn trees, especially the sugar maple … more
Greetings faithful readers. Fall has truly arrived now, the wonderful change of seasons that we experience here in Sullivan County is upon us. The sugar maples are beginning to change color, not yet … more
Greetings to all. I will be writing the Kenoza Lake new column, once every few weeks between now and election day. Faithful readers of this news column know that I am an income tax accountant and … more
As I write this column, it is a cool 48 degrees. Not a cloud in the sky. A hint of autumn is in the air. It is tomato season. If you have a garden, you have more tomatoes than you know what to do … more
Morning bird chatter/songs have faded. Now the soft hum of crickets and other such insects. Soothing, until the first frost. A pair of wrens made their summer home on the front porch of the Otto … more
Monarchs are out fluttering along the backroads. I sometimes accidently “crash” into them as I motor along the backroads. Happy to report that almost every night we have two baby raccoons and … more
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