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Bill Connors 78, of Pleasant Valley, New York recently passed away. Bill will be tremendously missed by New York’s Sporting Community. He was a regular outdoor columnist with the … more
More people are playing golf now than ever before. I see more families playing together, more women taking up the game and the under-30 crowd. I’m getting asked about the rules of the game more … more
Most of our decisions throughout the day are automatically made because of our habits. I often realize that I don’t consciously remember choosing to initiate or complete a task, but I got it … more
At this writing on Sunday afternoon, July 14 (Bastille Day) it is 90 degrees outside, and it’s only noon! Our rivers and streams are low, as is pretty common for mid-July, with the Beaverkill … more
I was asked a few days ago how I came up with the name Kleiner’s Korner for this column. Some of you might remember Ralph Kiner. He was the Pittsburgh Pirates great Home Run hitter back in a … more
As the weather gets warmer, officials from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and the State Department of Health are encouraging the public, especially those who are … more
The hot weather of summer has arrived, and a limited amount of rain has kept area rivers and streams at a typical low level over the past week; on Sunday afternoon the Beaverkill at Cooks Falls … more
Time is one of the greatest limiting factors when it comes to maintaining or improving our health. We only have so much of it each day, and it can feel daunting to spend it on exercise. It’s … more
This week I’d like to talk about Golf Etiquette. Since the pandemic there are many new golfers playing at our local courses.   Many of these new golfers, through no fault of their … more
Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) continues to spread in Pennsylvania, in both numbers and geographic range, according to just-released data from the Pennsylvania Game Commission.   Since July … more
If you’re anything like me, you may find yourself feeling anxious from time to time, wishing you could accomplish things faster. Whether it’s a health and fitness goal, work task, new … more
Recent rains and a bit of a break in the heat have given our rivers and streams a respite from the heat wave last month, although water levels are still below the average flow.   Anglers … more
Hope all you golfers out there enjoyed watching the US Open this past week. It came down to the last hole between two icons of the game, Bryson DeChambeau and Rory McIlroy.   To be honest, … more
The Pennsylvania Game Commission again is seeking input from the public in surveying Wild turkeys. This summer, the annual Pennsylvania Wild Turkey Sighting Surveys runs from July 1 through August … more
It’s been quite a week of weather! With the “heat dome” settling over this part of the country for at least a week, temperatures warmed higher and for a longer period of time than … more
In March of 2022, my husband and I challenged ourselves to take a 45-minute outdoor walk every day for 75 days. We committed to taking our daily walk regardless of the weather, our schedules, or how … more
The Pennsylvania Game Commission announced the expansion of several Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) Management Areas (DMAs) due to new detections of the Disease.   DMA 2 will expand following … more
We are still in need of good, soaking rains to add some volume to our rivers and streams, especially with the predicted heat wave that is due to descend on our area at about the time this goes to … more
Moving toward our health goals, like all other parts of life, requires us to make many decisions each day. While this is something we are used to, that doesn’t mean it’s easy. Choosing … more
Pa State Game Warden Mike Yeck said he gets about a dozen calls a year regarding waterfowl with fishing line entangling their feet. Yeck said, “It’s usually geese more than ducks, … more
This week is US Open week. It’s being played at Pinehurst, the No. 2 golf course in North Carolina. From what the expert analysts are saying, the putter will be the most important club in the … more
We often think of exercise as something we should do when we want to lose weight. While that is one potential benefit of exercise, there are so many others that get looked over and forgotten about. … more
Recent showers and thunderstorms have added some much-welcomed water to our rivers and streams (and we hope for more to keep up the good flows.) On Sunday afternoon, June 9 the Beaverkill at Cooks … more
Virginia Governor Glenn Younkin recently stood tall and strong for the rights of law-abiding gun owners by vetoing 30 bills that would have imposed more laws designed to undermine the 2nd Amendment, … more
Trout fishing continues to be productive; area trout streams have just dropped below the average flow as of Sunday afternoon. The Beaverkill at Cooks Falls registered 322 cubic feet per second, which … more
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