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LINDA STAGER

Small dairy farms are squeezed by big producers. more

Outdoors

The Flower Divas of Montour Falls make every bride a goddess. more

People & Life

When fishing for summer brookies, there's no better plan. more

Outdoors

Corning Inc. celebrates 150 with an epic Erie Canal birthday barge. more

Arts & Leisure

On the 20th anniversary of his death, his family celebrates his life and his life's work. more

People & Life

Father and son glassblowers Leon and Eli Applebaum transform nature into transparent art. more

Arts & Leisure

A family's roots run deep in a new Burdett restaurant. more

People & Life

A shared interest turns everyday elements into aquatic masterpieces. more

People & Life

A Pennsylvania afishionado reveals the secrets of fly fishing. more

Outdoors

Leaving the bleachers for a great cause at Watkins Glen International. more

People & Life

A forester, a forestry company, and a four-legged team cut loss into legacy. more

Outdoors

With a series of young adult novels, author Paul Nelson helps readers see through his son's eyes. more

People & Life

Pete Sides and other rebels fight Lyme disease and the medical establishment. more

People & Life

Pairings of life, love, and chocolate led Cary Becraft to find her niche. more

People & Life

Veterinarian Amanda Paulhamus rolls in her mobile office/lab. more

People & Life

The Glenn H. Curtiss Museum presents Wintercycle Therapy for weather-benched bikers. more

Arts & Leisure

At 93, fallen Adelphia founder John Rigas gracefully lives his winter years back home in God’s Country. more

People & Life

A photo shoot led to their wedding—now Michael and Alexandra Meseke shoot weddings together. more

People & Life

Corning's Christy Spreng creates elegant custom jewelry for special days. more

People & Life

For six years, nineteen-year-old Alyssa Cameron has been stirring up dreamy desserts. more

Food & Drink

June and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamsky

By Linda Stager

Driving toward Whitneyville early one June morning the fog and the sunrise created this fantastic scene. In my eyes, the barn and flowers just cap off its perfection.