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The phrase “you have to be in it to win it” is one of those advertising slogans that occasionally rattles around the neurons and synapses of my brain. It competes for attention with other … more
This week I had a good reminder of val­uable res­ources that go under­utilitized everyday. These re­sources are not the clean water or air we have here in Sullivan County, but the … more
To the class of 2022, congratulations. You’ve endured and overcome some of the most trying and unusual years in generations, and you are an inspiration to us all. I still can’t believe … more
Each year I put in an article about my ever-changing herb garden. Although I think I have a very good handle of herbs and how to use them, I reached out to Executive Chef JP Medina on how to utilize, … more
Thirty-nine years ago when I first started in my father’s store, Liberty Agway, selling soil, we only had a few types. There was topsoil, potting soil, cow manure and peat moss. If you wanted … more
Growing up, I had dreams and ambitions of becoming an astronaut. I envisioned blasting off and orbiting in a space capsule. I watched films of astronauts training on all sort of challenging … more
Two friends of mine, who are not crazy about flying anyway, had to take trips by air recently. One of them was going to a family wedding, and the other was duty bound to go to settle the estate of … more
When she entered the room her hips would bang against desks toppling papers, vases, ashtrays, picture frames and the like. Large in every way and at the same time oblivious to her surroundings, she … more
Although James Eldridge Quinlan’s 1873 History of Sullivan County has consistently received high marks as a local history, with many over the years ranking it among the very best, it certainly … more
My grandmother, Lina Dreher, was sixteen when she kept this diary as she worked in the family bakery. I have not changed any of the vernacular though some of it may be politically incorrect today. … more
Two Nights in Lisbon by Chris Pavone (Farrar, Straus and Giroux). International intrigue thriller, beginning with the disappearance of our central woman’s new husband – we think … more
When I was at my healthiest, I found myself eating quinoa almost every week. I love quinoa because not only does it make you feel full (packed with nutrients and fiber), but it will essentially take … more
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