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Failing does not make you a failure. We all fail, make mistakes, fall short and miss the mark. We’ve all made poor choices and given into temptation. No matter how many times we’ve … more
Congratulations to all the performers in the SWES Drama Club that participated in ‘Annie Jr.” at the Sullivan West High School. It was a night of talent and entertainment with exceptional … more
It is April 26 so please go outside and hug a tree!   Today is when we celebrate Arbor Day! Arbor Day is a special holiday where planting, nurturing and appreciation of our forests and … more
In his ‘History of Sullivan County,” published in 1873, James Eldridge Quinlan labeled Cushetunk resident Nathaniel Evans a “mischief making fellow and a nuisance” to his … more
Maybe it was the low rumbling of the Town of Bethel’s sweeper and paving trucks bouncing down my street this week or maybe it was a result of having been seriously ill all winter: I’m not … more
Spring is here and we are gearing up for the second annual Catskill Cuisine food festival at Bethel Woods. This event, sponsored by elite partner Labelle Farms and presented by Resorts World … more
Birthday wishes to my number one son, Tyler White, Allie Colon, Alice Manzi, Deborah Allen, Chuck Ramat, Laurie Weiss, Vicky Simpson, Eli VanEtten, Barry Somerville, Michele Klugman, Nellie Broskin, … more
As April wraps up, it’s a time for both looking back and looking forward. Spring is in full swing, bringing fresh energy and new beginnings. I for one am looking forward to getting back in the … more
I spent the night in Cochecton, NY. Not at a hotel, but rather at JURNI located at 420 Bernas Road, a new healing center open round the clock seven days a week. Co-owned by local entrepreneurs, … more
140 Years Ago - 1884 The semi-annual Fair and Cattle market of the Town of Delaware will be held at the Halfway House on Monday. Music will be furnished by the Jeffersonville String Band. … more
If you’ve ever been on social media, you have probably seen the viral tomato feta pasta bake. I really wanted to hate this trend because of all the “hype” surrounding it.... but I … more
  April 14th   to 20th is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week where we recognize our unsung heroes that work 24/7 taking our calls for help, our first-first responders! They work … more
Greetings faithful readers of the Kenoza Lake news!   Happy New Year! This is my first column since late December 2023. Since early January, I have been very busy at Town Hall of Bethel … more
I frequently was a “day tripper” using the COACH/SHORTLINE bus to travel to and from New York City. It was reasonably priced, and it allowed me to visit friends in the city without the … more
The summer of 1929 was a significant one in the history of Sullivan County’s resort industry. In Fallsburg, the Flagler Hotel, perhaps the most prominent of the County’s hotels at … more
My great-grandson, Scotty, is now six months old and his father, John McFarlane, was trying to pick a time when the whole family would be able to visit us in River Edge. John and his family live in … more
On Saturday, April 27th, The Delaware Company in conjunction with several other not-for-profits will be hosting a celebration program marking the 175th Anniversary of John Roebling’s Delaware … more
Birthday wishes to Elaine Loewe, Saraid Gonzalez, Cindy Margulies (and Margot), Erin Lorino, Trevor Dollard, Mike Kaufman, Jonathan Farrow, Andrew Kelly, Reggie Krasniqi, and Denise VanLowe. … more
We all know people who argue with the word, no. It’s hard enough standing up to those types, even harder when you, yourself, have trouble saying “no” to begin with. Here’s a … more
140 Years Ago - 1884 The famous Fillwever-Knack lawsuit that has been pending before Squire Harding for a couple of months is expected to be heard next Friday. The time the trial came on in the … more
I was talking with my friend Paul about luggage when I told him I needed to get a new valise. “You’re going to Greece? “No, I need a valise.” “Why do you … more
So I got a call on Tuesday from one of my father’s past employees from way back in the 70’s, Chris (Crista) Ward. Back then the Liberty Agway store was more into selling power equipment, … more
God has always been very faithful to provide for our needs. From the time He put our broken family back together to this very day, He has never let us down. One of the first things we learned when we … more
  I hope everybody enjoyed the Eclipse! Eyes on Main St. Optometry (located at 4895 State Route 52 - on Main Street in Jeffersonville) is collecting used eclipse glasses and donating them to an … more
This soup recipe I made during the Covid 19 lockdown, and it’s been one that has stuck with me. I’ll often make it during holidays as a starter, or prep it during the weekend to have for … more
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