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When it comes to moving towards our healthiest state of being, it can be easy to fall into the trap of feeling like we need to do more. There is no shortage of information available to us on what we … more
Favorable water conditions continue, thanks to ongoing rain showers and storms. Despite a return to summertime/hot weather of last week, there were only two days when water temperatures reached … more
The National Marine Manufacturers Association recently reported the growing economic impact of the recreational boating industry across the United States. Their 2023 study reveals recreational … more
When we set a goal for the first time, or the first time in a long time, it’s pretty easy to feel motivated and stay committed to achieving that goal. We focus and put in the work required to … more
Thanks to continuous showers and rainstorms during the end of August, we are now heading into September with our rivers and streams in good condition – with above-average flows that are still … more
Sportsmen’s organizations all over the United States are criticizing the Biden Administration following a report from Fox News Digital that President Biden and Secretary of Education Miguel … more
Our rivers and streams are still in great shape - well above the average flow for the end of August/beginning of September - thanks to continued rain showers. What is surprising, though, is the … more
Do you ever feel like the world is moving so fast around you that it seems impossible to keep up? When this happens to me, it’s usually in combination with feeling stressed and overwhelmed. In … more
Heather Inzalaco the lead researcher looked into a project to find out if ticks could carry and spread CWD to other deer. The University of Wisconsin-Madison researcher discovered that ticks could … more
On Saturday, my sister, her daughter, and I spent the entire day together. Our girls’ day included some shopping, lunch at Chipotle, and a two and a half mile walk while my niece got to try out … more
August has brought a taste of autumn weather with its welcoming coolness to the evenings and mornings, and some beautiful sunny days in-between rain showers and storms, filling our rivers and … more
The Sullivan County Democrat golf tournament is by far the most anticipated event to play in. Teams are already calling Fred Stabbert (tournament host) to get in early next year. The dates have been … more
Hunters in Pennsylvania set a new record for donating venison to the Sharing the Harvest Program in the 2022-23 deer hunting seasons. A total of 235,532 pounds of venison from 6,201 deer and four elk … more
On Sunday evening, I went golfing for the first time this year. One of my intentions for the day was to move my body in a way that would be fun, and as the day went on, golf sounded like a great fit. … more
Thanks to continued rain showers, evening temperatures in the 50s and daytime temperatures in the 70s, we are heading into the last half of August with rivers and streams in a favorable state. These … more
I was reading the Pennsylvania Outdoor News magazine and Tom Venesky had a very interesting column and I thought New Yorkers would enjoy reading it. Here are some of the highlights of his column: … more
If you’ve ever had a long commute to work, you know how challenging it can be to stay on top of your health goals when a large part of your day is spent traveling. Not only does it take up … more
The first weekend in August brought perfect summer weather, cool mornings with warm sunny days, blue skies and just the right amount of cooling breezes, with rivers and streams still at   very … more
The Sullivan County Democrat golf tournament starts today with 68 teams and 9 flights. Sean Semenetz and Joe Winski are back to defend the title for the third time in a row. In this county, … more
The NRA’s 152nd Annual Meetings & Exhibits was held in Indiana at the Indianapolis Convention Center this past April. 77,246 NRA members attended the three days of events. NRA … more
One day in the spring of 2018, I was sitting on the NJ Transit train making my usual commute to Manhattan for work. At that time I was traveling back and forth between Montgomery and Broadway five … more
This past week has certainly provided a variety of summer weather – sure to please just about everyone – from those who like “as hot as it gets!” as we experienced on Friday, … more
Golf is a sport you can play for a lifetime. It’s played by 8-year-olds, and it’s played by 80-year-olds. I see many kids and adults come to the Villa Roma and either hit balls on the … more
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) is encouraging hunters who have completed a hunter, bowhunter, or trapper education certification course to consider taking a … more
Staying committed to our health can be very challenging, especially with the endless amounts of information coming at us from every angle. Right when we’ve caught up with the latest trend, a … more
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