Community Living

Narrowsburg News 1/18

As the director of the Big Eddy Film Festival (BEFF), which showcases new independent film in Narrowsburg each September, I always enjoy seeing our region represented on the big screen, and the small one.

Lake Huntington News 1/18

I think Mother Nature is going through the changes. One day it 3 degrees and the next its 59. Well, I guess that is why they call it winter, it can snow all it wants, just not on the roads. I am the Cochecton Town Tax Collector and will be in the town hall collecting taxes.

Winter weather affects animals too

Winter in our region can be quite unpredictable. Sometimes we experience extremely cold temperatures, as we did this past week; while at other times during our winter months, we can have temperatures in the 50s or 60s. It is extremely important to be aware of the rapid and harsh weather changes, as they affect animals too.


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Looking Back 1/11

The first Livingston Manor Ice Carnival was held in 1959 at Scudder’s Pond. Forty years later, in 1999, The River Reporter captured this shot of one of the student sculptures that have come to form a centerpiece of the celebration.

Lake Huntington News 1/11

Baby, it’s cold outside—more like freezing. I do not remember it being this cold for this long of a period. You have to dress in layers to stay warm. Thank you to the Cochecton road crew for keeping our roads safe.

Congratulations to Gertrude and Leonard Martin, who just celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary.


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Neck and low-back pain

Experiencing neck or low back pain is a virtually universal experience. Spine pain is a common reason for seeking care and treatment from our primary care physician. This article will describe common conditions causing pain in our neck and back and an overview of treatment.

Mechanical causes for neck and back pain

CRMC cardiac rehabilitation certified

HARRIS, NY — Catskill Regional Medical Center (CRMC) has announced the certification of its cardiac rehabilitation program by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR). CRMC  was recognized for its commitment to improving the quality of life of its patients by enhancing standards of care.


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Seen with donations to the Wayne County Food Pantry, in the the front row are Julia Blaskiewicz, physical therapist at Wayne Memorial Rehabilitation Services (WMRS), left; Kathleen Chicoski, Wayne County Food Pantry; Terri Henderson, WMRS occupational therapist/manager; and Heather Ceccarelli, WMRS speech therapist. In the back row are Brandon Stone, physical therapist, left; Alyssa Young, WMRS rehabilitation aide; Linda Moore, WMRS occupational therapist; Nancy Johannes, WMRS secretary; and Karen Stump, WMRS occupational therapist. WMRS staff missing from the photo are Anne Thumann, physical therapist; Tabitha Kanoff, occupational therapy assistant; Kim Hodder, physical therapist assistant; and Michelle Marcho, physical therapist assistant.

WMRS gives donations to food pantry

HONESDALE, PA — Two boxes swathed in colorful Christmas wrapping paper and filled with more than 130 non-perishable food and household items were delivered to the Wayne County Food Pantry on December 18, along with a matching amount of funds—as promised. The Wayne Memorial Rehabilitation Services (WMRS) staff at 190 Delaware St.

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