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I ran into a friend at a restaurant recently and she looked just fabulous. I asked her what she had going on? Oh, she told me “I just had this great haircut from Keith Nicholson.” That … more
Sara Kovacs is at fourteen years old the eldest daughter of Judit and Konrad Kovacs the owners of the Yulan Country Store and Konrads Kitchen and Grill. Sara who is an eighth-grade student is … more
There have been several news reports about the extreme blood supply shortage that our nation is facing now. I have a close friend that relies on regular blood transfusions to maintain his life, so it … more
I heard about the New York State distributing masks and Covid test kits to local communities throughout the State, so I called our Town Clerk Sue Hoffman. Sue told me that the Town only received 70 … more
Let’s face it as we all try and “turn over a new leaf” for the New Year, the truth of the matter is that we all have accumulated way too much “stuff.” Have you ever gone … more
By the end of 2021 two years after SARS-Covid-2 was first identified and has marched relentlessly through the world it is pretty clear that all people must pull together to end this pandemic once and … more
One of my very favorite Christmas Events is coming up on Christmas Eve and it involves the Delaware River. The Shohola Area Lions Club will have their annual Remembrance Luminary candles placed on … more
The YIT Foundation of Monticello and the Sullivan County Federation for the Homeless will be holding a free winter coat distribution for children and adults. The new or gently worn coats will be in a … more
November 30 - A bit of bad holiday news that I need to share. The Santa Express is no longer in operation. After sixteen years flying through the frosty winter nights to bring Christmas cheer to … more
As the shoppers at the Barryville Farmers Market already know, the regular market season ended on Saturday, October 23rd with a big Halloween Party featuring costume prizes, a dog parade (which my … more
The American Legion Post 1362 will be holding their homemade Soup and Bake Sale on Saturday, November 13th. I went to the last sale and definitely stocked up on some really delicious and interesting … more
There is an interesting project happening in Circle Park that families need to know about. Sponsored by the Town of Lumberland Parks and Recreation and the Sunshine Hall Free Library in conjunction … more
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