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In 2019, the average median household income in Callicoon was $56,000 a year. Median, for those who haven’t taken a math class in awhile (raising my hand over here!) is the exact middle. … more
Just spent a delightful weekend in the center of the universe. It had everything—great restaurants, beautiful scenery, great accommodations, and friendly folks. Where could it be but Callicoon? … more
I'm in a love/hate relationship, and it's high time I talked about it. I love a good walk on a country road in the spring and the summer, breathing in the fresh air and scent of the grass just … more
We hope the cooler weather last week has left us so we can get into the true signs of summer and one of my favorite activities is slicing into a fresh watermelon. We looked up what AG Daily … more
Living as we do in the country, there is much to see all around us if we keep our eyes open. I've just begun reading some chapters of Anne Murphy Paul's new book, “The Extended Mind: The Power … more
We have just celebrated Memorial Day and paying tribute while giving thanks to what our military has done for us…and to honor the men and women who have died while serving our country. While … more
I've developed a strange habit in recent years, one that I can't help but blame on social media. As I drive through the county, I try to pay more attention to my surroundings than I did in my … more
How can you say goodbye to someone you have known for your whole life? How can you say goodbye to someone who has been a part of your life, a part of your memories, since before you can remember? … more
New York State Senator Mike Martucci, 42nd Senate District, has mailed a letter to constituents in which he is notifying everyone of a piece of legislation he's sponsoring along with Senator Felder, … more
If you could touch a mood, I'd wager the one in the Sullivan West cafeteria would have been warm and a bit squishy, akin to a hug from your favorite relative. Remember those? Parents were … more
A cursory look back at the last six months of American history (because this is all history, as soon as we live it), reveals a country that remains deeply affected by the continuing mis-and … more
Although the last Board of Supervisors left office on December 31, 1995, the nostalgia of their tenure still brings back memories. As we quietly sit back and watch today's government get larger … more
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