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Did you mess up this week? I’ll guess that you “messed up” on some part of your health journey in the last seven days, and I’m honestly impressed if you didn’t. Failure … more
Effective immediately, the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) has modified the amateur cash rule to allow active collegiate players the ability to compete and cash in PBA events.   The … more
A study taken recently by the Delaware River Basin Commission showed that microplastics are abundant throughout the entire river, and they’re also turning up in fish and other aquatic life. … more
We all know that exercising regularly is good for our health. Getting ourselves to actually do it is a different story. It’s so easy to fall into the cycle of overdoing it, followed by a period … more
Searching and finding evidence in cases of wildlife crimes is not easy and can be a tiresome and difficult process.   The Pennsylvania Game Commission has found a way to make locating crime … more
The 64th Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) Tour’s road to the PBA Playoffs begins in January with the first of 13 official events. PBA players will battle for titles and positioning … more
In today’s world of delivery in as little as one hour and the highlight-reels that are social media, it’s nearly impossible to stay out of the trap of instant gratification. I often find … more
This past weekend brought the first frost to our garden - not a killing frost, but the first harbinger of more to come. Autumn is beginning to show a bit more this week, with muted orange, yellow and … more
The Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) has announced the Advisory Board for the PBA League Bowler Certification program. The four-person board will consist of bowling center proprietor … more
The Bass Anglers Sportsman Society (B.A.S.S.) has announced what they consider the 100 best bass fishing waters in the country. The St. Lawrence River in New York is ranked as the No. 1 best … more
Over the weekend, my husband, Cosmos, and I went to watch a National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) game between the NY/NJ Gotham and the Portland Thorns. It was supposed to rain, but we were … more
Autumn has arrived right on schedule with a chill in the air and light frosts in the higher elevations; in many houses wisps of smoke from chimneys and furnaces were visible in the early dawning … more
The Youth Development committee supported by the Bowling Proprietors’ Association of America and the United States Bowling Congress has announced that with the 2022-2023 school year underway … more
In New York’s Southern Zone, the deer archery Bow season is October 1 to November 18. Crossbow will be November 5 to November 18. Late bow season for deer is December 12 to December 20 and then … more
How many times have you told yourself you’ll start again on Monday? Don’t get me wrong, I love the freshness of a new week and the clean slate that appears to come with it. It’s … more
An exciting event, the Catskill Fly-Tyers’ Roundtable, was hosted by the Catskill Fly Fishing Center & Museum on Saturday, September 24, 2022 . Sponsored by the Catskill Fly Tyers Guild, … more
Aaron Smith of Bowl.com recently discussed a violation regarding unintentional recruiting for Team USA. The situation, as explained on Bowl.com, follows below. Team USA head bowling coach, Bryan … more
Just received a press release from the New York State Jewish Gun Club of Rockland, NY that stated:   As the Jewish holidays approach, we are appalled that we will be unprotected while our … more
Grocery shopping used to be my least favorite part of the week. I hated how long it took, that I always forgot something and that I felt like I was spending more money than necessary. If you can … more
On Saturday September 18, 2022 the Catskill Fly Fishing Center & Museum held its 5th annual Emerging Anglers Dinner at the Beaverkill Valley Inn. With more than 100 attendees filling the tent, … more
Bowling is still the number one recreational activity in the US according to an article from Bowling Seriously. A recent study showed that 67 million people bowled at least once in the prior … more
A coalition of outdoor groups is suing the state of California in Federal District Court in Sacramento challenging a recently past law banning the “marketing” of firearms to youths. … more
Have you ever experienced a longing to try something new or push yourself to a limit you haven’t yet and then talk yourself out of it? I’m sure you’ve experienced this many times … more
After receiving a summer’s worth of rain in just a couple of days, trout fishers are out on the rivers again. Many old-timers looked forward to a rising river to try their luck, knowing that … more
The Sullivan County Golf league season is nearing an end with playoff modes wrapping up the 2022 season.   The Thursday Men’s league at Tennanah Lake has entered their playoff … more
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