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It is not often that an existing golf course can almost double the size of one of their fairways but Twin Village Golf & Winter Park Golf Course Superintendent, Gregory  Feeney Jr., has … more
I was reading an article in a hunting magazine that was interesting, thinking maybe this could be happening.  The article states that predators have a unique role in our environment as they … more
Our rivers and streams rose briefly above the average flow last Tuesday but dropped back down quickly. On Sunday afternoon the Beaverkill at Cooks Falls was flowing at about 129 cubic feet per … more
In North Dakota, where gun permitless-carry has been in effect since 2017, Governor Doug Burgum signed a number of bills in April that enhanced the right to self-defense. Included was an expansion of … more
Bob Menges and the Swan Lake Golf and Country Club will present their Junior Golf Camps at the  Golf Course on Mt. Hope Road from July 26 through July 29. The camp will run Monday through … more
    The Summer Solstice, June 21, the longest day of the year, is a day that is celebrated all across the globe. Here in the Catskill mountains the month of June is special – … more
The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture has recently confirmed a positive test for chronic wasting disease (CWD) in a white-tailed deer on a Warren County, PA hunting preserve. The remaining … more
Our rivers and streams have been low, despite the rain showers we received over the weekend. On Monday morning, June 14, 2021, the Beaverkill at Cooks Falls was flowing at just 213 cubic feet per … more
Golfers ... how’s your chipping game? I walked into a golf pro shop upstate near Oneonta last week and saw a gentleman and sales rep looking at a video which showed a golfer doing some practice … more
A bill that would ban the use of lead-based ammunition on New York state lands where hunting is allowed is now working its way through the NY Assembly and Senate, despite disapproval of some … more
Columnist Judy Van Put reflects on past experiences on the river. more
Recently we were reminiscing with fishing friends about how fortunate we are to live in a water-rich area; most of our small towns were built near waterways, enabling us to enjoy a variety of fishing … more
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