The New Franklin Register – Index

Each issue of the New Franklin Register is available as a PDF document, click issue link to download. Some articles can be viewed individually online, as indicated by links below.

Issue #31 – Vol. XI No. 1 Spring 2017 – 20 pages with ads (download the full issue in color, PDF 8.9MB)

  • Documenting Franklin: The Photography of Arthur Austin – Christine Milliman
  • Franklin Fiscal Farce – Brian Brock
  • Local Family Farms Trout – Michael Sellitti
  • Community Shared Solar Power: Coming Soon to Franklin? – Don Hebbard
  • Your Neighbor’s View… – Leslie E. Hasbargen
  • Spring Flower Sale for a Good Cause – Patricia Tyrell
  • Mary Ann Maurer: A Franklin Icon at 100 – Carla Nordstrom
  • New Life for Treadwell School – Don Hebbard
  • Franklin Has a New Community Center – John Campbell
  • Sidney Center Library Gets Gorgeous New Sign – Carol Behan
  • Franklin’s Fallen Hero – John Campbell
  • GFCC Economic Survey Results – Lynne Kemen
  • Green Banks Gardening – Deborah Banks
  • Tree Peony “Botan” Reaches Franklin – Jack Siman
  • Franklin Land: Value Vs. Price – Brian Brock
  • A Gilbertsville Saga and Its Heroine – Norm Farwell
  • The Bare Truth – Robert Lamb
  • Geothermal Opportunity Knocks (Again) – Stuart Anderson
  • Pipeline & Roundabout – Compiled by Brian Brock
  • Compressor Free Franklin is Alive and Well – Don Hebbard
  • Your Eyes and UV Rays – Johanna VanDeusen
  • At the Library – Lynne Kemen
  • Flora at Bright Hill – Lynne Kemen
  • Leadership Transition at Franklin Stage
  • Upstate Arts – Charlie Bremer
  • Music Here at Home – Jason Starr
  • Murder at the Farmers’ Market

Issue #30 – Vol. X No. 3 Fall 2016 – 20 pages with ads (download the full issue in color, PDF 4.6MB)

  • Franklin Library Improves Access – Mary Ellen Collier
  • Neil Rochmis: Antiques as Adventure – Alexis Greene
  • A Bad Option – Don Hebbard
  • An Entrepreneur In Franklin – Betsy Babcock
  • Economic Development Survey – Greater Franklin Chamber of Commerce
  • The Christmas Stroll – Lisa A. Heimbauer
  • Looking Towards Franklin’s Future – Brian Brock
  • Your County Chamber – Ray Pucci
  • Your Franklin Chamber – Marc Burgin
  • Economic Development and the 2006 Comprehensive Plan – Don Hebbard
  • Mirabito Sells But Stays – Brian Brock
  • Our Village Park – Jack Siman, Franklin Village Park Administrator
  • FCS Garden Project – Carla Nordstrom
  • Town Budget: Supervisor raises salaries, cuts library funding – Staff Report
  • Garden Crushes – Deborah Banks
  • Pet Talk – Dr. Joan Puritz
  • Conscious Consumerism – Patricia Tyrell
  • Global Warming? – Robert Lamb, A.K.A. “The Waterman”
  • Talking With the Other Side, Taxing Conversations – Stuart Anderson
  • Frackopoly, The Battle for the Future of Energy and the Environment, by Wenonah Hauter – Review by Tammy Reiss
  • Pipeline and Roundabout – Brian Brock
  • At the Library, New Books to Add to Your List – Lynne Kemen
  • Poems From Bright Hill – curated by Bertha Rogers
  • Music Here At Home – Jason Starr
  • Upstate Arts – with Charlie Bremer
  • Local Arts Listsings
  • Everyone Gets A Little Gou-Gou Sometimes – Christina Muscatello
  • Murder at the Farmers’ Market
  • Radio Stations Within Distant Listening Range of Franklin, New York
  • The Bare Truth, Alaska Road Trip 2016: Part Two – Robert Lamb
  • Solar Zoning Workshop – Report supplied by Stuart Anderson
  • Actions By the Franklin Town Council
  • Local Government Websites
  • Recent Real Property Sales In The Town Of Franklin

Issue #29 – Vol. X No. 2 Summer 2016 – 20 pages with ads (download the full issue in color, PDF 13MB)

  • Dawn’s Deli to Close July 15th – Carla Nordstrom
  • And Then There Was One – Brian Brock
  • The Road to Microgrids – Stuart Anderson
  • Your Neighbor’s View: Real Change Comes From the Bottom – Felix Bridel
  • Franklin to Join the 21st Century? – Staff Report
  • Summer at the Museum – John Campbell
  • Theatre as Community Service – Denise B. Dailey
  • A Cleaner Future for Franklin – Don Hebbard
  • The Mayor’s Corner: Our Work is Not Finished – Tom Briggs
  • Friends and Neighbors: Opportunity for Community – Gene Marner
  • Moving to Treadwell: Part V – Magali Veillon
  • Otsego Land Trust Earns National Accreditation
  • The Bare Truth – Robert Lamb
  • Pet Talk – Dr. Joan Puritz
  • Annals of Sustainability: Eat Food, Not Too Much; A Cancer Patient’s Approach to Nutrition – Carmela Peters
  • Felling Follies! – Brian Brock
  • No R.P. Tax Exemption for Solar? Who Benefits? – Don Hebbard
  • Pipes and Power – Compiled by Brian Brock
  • We Have No Choice But to Work Together – Gene Marner
  • At the Library – Reviews by Jim Mullen
  • Dragonfly – Bertha Rogers
  • Music Here at Home – Jason Starr
  • UpState Arts – with Charlie Bremer
  • Artist Profile: Franklin’s Bruce Goddard – Jane Carr
  • The 2016 Season at Franklin Stage
  • Murder at the Farmers’ Market
  • Local Government Websites
  • Franklin Town Council – Schedule of Mettings – author

Issue #28 – Vol. X No. 1 Spring 2016 – 20 pages with ads (download the full issue in color, PDF 6MB)

  • The Camel’s Nose – Brian Brock
  • Franklin Robotics Club: Successful Pilot Plans to Expand – Patricia Tyrell
  • The Hobart Book Village, A Bibliophile’s Report – Alexis Greene
  • Returning to Roots, The Old and New at Pie in the Sky – Pam Peters
  • Your Neighbor’s View… Who’s Watching Our Backs? – Donald Hebbard
  • Agricultural Grants Available: Funding for Economic Development – Patricia Tyrell
  • Local Artist Conserves Land Along Ouleout – Sara Sheeren
  • The Facts They Ain’t Tellin’, the Hype About Pipeline Tax Revenues – Brian Brock
  • The Mayor’s Corner, The State of the Village – Tom Briggs
  • Pet Talk – Dr. Joan Puritz
  • Heating Well with Wood, Part Two: Combustion Efficiency – Norm Farwell
  • Lights Out: A Cyberattack, A Nation Unprepared, Surviving the Aftermath, by Ted Koppel – Reviewed by Tammy Reiss
  • Eciting Year Ahead, Unadilla Edible Forest and Permaculture Park – Patricia Tyrell
  • The Bear Truth – By Robert Lamb
  • The Future is Microgrids! – Stuart Anderson
  • Do We Really Want This in Our Backyard? The Facts about Butyl Mercaptan – Staff Report
  • Pipes and Power – Compiled by Brian Brock
  • Your Constitutional Rights at Rosk
  • Timber! – Brian Brock
  • At the Library – Book Reviews by Jim Mullen
  • Music Here at Home – Jason Starr
  • Upstate Arts – Charlie Bremer
  • VOICES to be Heard – Jessica Farrell
  • Murder at the Farmers’ Market

Issue #27 – Vol. IX No. 3 Fall 2015 – 20 pages with ads (download the full issue in color, PDF 6.8MB)

  • Roundabout Revision – Staff
  • Help is Nearby: Family Health & Community Walk-In Opening in Franklin – Patricia Tyrell
  • Living Lightly on the Earth – Carole Marner
  • Pilot Pretense – Brian Brock
  • The Lucky Dog Food Club – Alexis Greene
  • Your Neighbor’s View
  • Apocalypse Now? Then What? – Patricia Tyrell
  • Christmas Stroll 2015
  • Franklin Fall Fest – Brian Brock
  • Local Woman Honored
  • The Mayor’s Corner – Tom Briggs
  • Wilber Honored Posthumously – Staff
  • Pet Talk – Dr. Joan Puritz
  • Moving to Treadwell: Setting Up Camp – Magali Veillon
  • Franklin Town Election 2015
  • The Great Gas Ponzi Scheme: What supporters of pipelines and compressores are missing – Eugene Marner
  • Franklin’s Comprehensive Plan: A Decade of Neglect – Donald Hebbard
  • Pipes and Power – Brian Brock
  • Delaware County 2015 Equalization Rates – Brian Brock
  • Local Government Websites
  • Heating Well With Wood – Norm Farwell
  • Protecting Our Most Precious Resource – Vicki R. Davis
  • A National Water Grid: It’s Time – Jack Litweka
  • At the Library – Jim Mullen
  • Teens in Greek Drama – Carmela Marner and Josh Santiago
  • UpState Arts – Edmond Rinnooy Kan
  • Music Here at Home – Jason Starr
  • Nature Riddle-Poems Written During BHLC Workshops for Kids, Summer 2015
  • Murder at the Farmers’ Market
  • A Record of Recent Votes by the Franklin Town Board
  • Recent Real Property Sales in the Town of Franklin

Issue #26 – Vol. IX No. 2 Spring 2015 – 16 pages with ads (download the full issue in color, PDF 6.1MB)

  • Get Ready for Gone Local – Patricia Tyrell
  • And Now for Some Really Local Weather – Bill Gruber
  • Compressing Franklin – Brian Brock
  • Your Neighbor’s View – Bob Miller
  • Upcoming Elections – Brian Brock
  • Franklin Farm Families Bring Home the Prize – Staff Report
  • Landing in Treadwell: Listening – Magali Veillon
  • The Mayor’s Corner – Tom Briggs
  • Franklin’s Alternatives to Violence Project – Noelle Granger
  • The Rumor Mill – Tony Breuer
  • The 2015 Franklin Garden Tour – Carla Nordstrom
  • Rooting for Ideas: Creating Vertical Elements in the Garden – Don Stathem
  • Delta Force – Brian Brock
  • Local Law 1-2015 – Brian Brock
  • Public Involvement Can Change Our World – Donald Hebbard
  • Pipes and Power – Compiled by Brian Brock
  • And Continuing the Data Stream: Constitution Construction – Brian Brock
  • Sign Wars – Staff Report
  • At the Library – Jim Mullen
  • Walnuts, A Prose Poem – Bertha Rogers
  • Music Here at Home – Jason Starr
  • The Stagecoach Run Art Contest – Jane Carr
  • West Kortright Centre: Forty Years Young
  • FSC’s Nineteenth Season
  • Murder at the Farmers’ Market
  • Recent Real Property Sales, Town of Franklin

Issue #25 – Vol. IX No. 1 Spring 2015 – 20 pages with ads (download full issue in color, PDF 11.6MB)

  • Delaware County IDA – Part One: IDAs and Compressors – Brian Brock
  • For the Common Good – Donald Hebbard
  • Clueless in Delhi? – Susan Dapkins
  • The Mayor’s Corner – Tom Briggs
  • Your Neighbor’s View – Felix Bridel
  • Sunday is Market Day
  • Continuing a Franklin Newspaper Tradition – Brian Brock
  • A Gratifying Success! – Deborah Banks and May Miller
  • Meet You at the Railroad Car – John Campbell
  • Landing in Treadwell Part II: If Only the Walls Could Talk – Magali Veillon
  • Pet Talk – Dr. Joan Puritz
  • In the Kitchen – Sue Avery
  • Protecting Local Land – Virginia Kennedy
  • Wild Food – Marguerite Uhlmann-Bower
  • The Garden Gate – Penelope R. King
  • Conservation For Ever – Stephen Morris
  • Pipes and Power – Compiled by Brian Brock
  • The New Math of Business – Donald Hebbard
  • Annals of Sustainability – Joanna Jolly
  • At the Library – Jim Mullen
  • Welcome to Wijnandaland – Edmond Rinnooy-Kan
  • Where Shadows – Felix Bridel
  • UpState Arts – Jane Carr
  • The Rumor Mill
  • Invasive Alert – Sara Scheeren
  • Some Like it Hot – Barbara Johnson
  • Murder at the Farmers’ Market
  • Resolution of the Board of Trustees Of the Village of Cooperstown Regarding Climate Change
  • New ‘Old Franklin Day’
  • Save Our Schools

Issue #24 – Vol. VIII No. 3 Fall 2014 – Special Election issue, due in local mailboxes the weekend of November 1, 2014

  • Warning: Compressor Station Ahead! – Brian Brock
  • Feeding a Hungry World: The Wonders of Bio-Char – Bob Miller
  • Franklin EMS: Sixty Years of Service – Joan Cronauer
  • Remember Me? Our Comprehensive Plan – Andy Bobrow
  • Your Neighbor’s View… Turning Tides – Patricia Tyrell
  • Park News – Kim Hyzer
  • Franklin Alternative to Violence Community Workshop – Noelle Granger
  • Landing in Treadwell – Magali Veillon
  • The Mayor’s Corner – Tom Briggs
  • Pet Talk – Dr. Joan Puritz
  • With Power Comes Responsibility – Brian Brock
  • Grass Pellett Misfire – Brian Brock
  • Solar Just Makes Sense – Bryan Hickman
  • Fracking and Revenue for Local Governments – Mike Bernhard
  • Life With a Compressor Station – Carl Berg, Ph.D.
  • Disappearing World: Elizabeth Kolbert’s The Sixth Extinction – Review by Alexis Greene
  • Meet the Candidates
  • At the Library – Jim Mullen Reviews New Books
  • Two Riddles – from Bright Hill Literary Workshops for Kids Summer 2014
  • Upstate Arts: Arts Festival a Big Success – Jane Carr
  • Farmers’ Markets and a Sustainable Way of Life – Carole Marner
  • Green Energy Complications: Running the Numbers in the DCEC Debate – Tom Martone
  • Murder at the Farmers’ Market

Issue #23 – Vol. VIII No. 2 Summer 2014 – 20 pages with ads (download the full issue in color, PDF 7.3MB)

  • Double Trouble – Brian Brock
  • New Librarian Settles In – Jim Mullen
  • Alternatives to Violence Project – Noelle Granger
  • 2014 Farmer of the Year: Matt Terry – Brian Brock
  • What’s Up on Franklin Heights? – Betsy Babcock
  • The Mayor’s Corner – Tom Briggs
  • Edible Forest? What’s That? – Trish Tyrell
  • County Takes Franklin Land – Brian Brock
  • Franklin Chamber 2013 Awards: Cronauer and Costello
  • Farmers’ Markets: Spread Too Thin? – Tom and Denise Warren
  • Construction Conjunction – Brian Brock
  • Peak Oil: The Repurcussions – Gene Marner
  • Son of Constitution – Brian Brock
  • Pipes and Power – Brian Brock
  • Annals of Sustainability: Setback for Local Green Energy – Tom Martone
  • Rooting for Ideas: The Rewards of Gardening in Real Time – Don Statham
  • At the Library – Jim Mullen
  • The Catskill Mountain Film Festival – Tony Breuer
  • Upstate Arts – Jane Carr
  • Isaksson Sculpture at Glimmerglass – Kelly Reller
  • Summer 2014 at Bright Hill
  • Franklin Stage Summer Schedule
  • The Garden Sestina – Zara Zeidman
  • Hawkwatch – Carole Marner
  • Maxine the Golden Eagle: an update – Helen McLean
  • Your Neighbor’s View – Adam Niebanck

Issue #22 – Vol. VIII No. 1 Spring 2014 – 16 pages with ads (download the full issue in color, PDF 4.2MB)

  • Food not Fracking – Alanna Rose
  • At Last! The Tulip and the Rose! – Carla Nordstrom
  • Go for the Golden – Helen McLean
  • The Lesson of Pennsylvania – Alexis Greene
  • Franklin Fire Department a Very Busy Year – Dale Downin
  • It Takes a Village – Trish Tyrell
  • Franklin Library Director Retires – Jim Mullen
  • Franklin Activist Wins Grant
  • Franklin Garden Club 2014 – Nina Hart and Deborah Banks
  • Pet Talk – Dr. Joan Puritz
  • Peak Oil: A Concise History – Gene Marner
  • Frack Off in Europe – Stephen Morris
  • Moratorium Morass – Brian Brock
  • Pipes and Power – Brian Brock
  • Water Watch: Volunteers Needed – Tammy Reiss
  • Constitution Pipeline: Yes Pipeline – Matthew Swift
  • Constitution Pipeline: Brass Monkeys Hear No Evil, The Value of Listening to Both Sides – Andy Bobrow
  • Constitution Pipeline: No Pipeline – Joan Tubridy
  • At the Library – Jim Mullen
  • Franklin Stage Loses Favorite
  • Edgar Allen Poe & Local Sculptor Stefanie Rocknak
  • Upstate Arts – Jane Carr
  • Gou-Gou Debuts
  • Otsego Land Trust – Connecting People to Land and Water – Virginia Kennedy
  • The Garden Gate – Penelope R. King
  • Murder at the Farmers’ Market
  • Reign of Ice – Felix Marner Bridel

Issue #21 – Vol. VII No. 3 Fall 2013 – 16 pages with ads (download the full issue in color, PDF 2.7MB)

  • Franklin Reunion – Carole Marner
  • Running on Empty – Shale Gas in the Southern Tier – Jerry Acton and Brian Brock
  • Geothermal Green – An Energy Revolution at CVCS – Marjorie B. Kellogg
  • Marcy South: Not Again! – More Power to Bypass Franklin – Brian Brock
  • Your Neighbor’s View – Patricia Tyrell
  • The Christmas Stroll 2013 – Kim Hyzer
  • Coins for Kids – Raising Funds for FCS – Jim Mullen
  • Franklin Holiday Market – Carla Nordstrom
  • Pet Talk – Dr. Joan Puritz
  • Peak Oil Focus: The Turning – James Howard Kunstler
  • Pipeline Postings V: A Continuing Chronology of Events – Brian Brock
  • Local Activist Dies: Diane Nixon – Carole Marner
  • The Garden Gate – Penelope R. King
  • At the Library – Jim Mullen
  • Planting Wildness: Delaware County Finds Its Roots – Bertha Rogers
  • Upstate Arts – Jane Carr
  • Annals of Sustainability – Vicki Davis
  • Murder at the Farmers’ Market!

Issue #20 – Vol. VII No. 2 Summer 2013 – 16 pages with ads (download the full issue in color, PDF 4.6MB)

  • Film Maker Brings Gasland II to Walton – Eugene Marner
  • School for Scandal – Patricia Knapp-Tyrell
  • All Four Walls: The Renovation of Chapel Hall – Carole Marner
  • In DEC We Trust? O&G Pollution in New York State, Part III – Brian Brock
  • Your Neighbor’s View – Carla Nordstrom
  • Election Ahead! – Brian Brock
  • Missed Opportunities – Carla Nordstrom
  • Operation CSA: Food Independence – Patricia Knapp-Tyrell
  • Better, But Not Great: Franklin Central School vs. New York State, Round Two – Jim Mullen
  • Pet Talk – Dr. Joan Puritz
  • Pipeline Postings: A Continuing Chronology of Events
  • A New Set of Pipes – Brian Brock
  • In the Kitchen – Sue Avery
  • Farm Work – photographs by Dana Matthews
  • At the Library – Jim Mullen Reviews new books
  • Literary Workshops for Kids – Bertha Rogers
  • UpState Arts – Jane Carr
  • Annals of Sustainability: Solar Leasing – Two Satisfied Customers 
  • The Garden Gate: Low Maintenance Gardens – Penelope R. King
  • Notes on Locally Hardy Roses – Jack Siman
  • Garden Lecture Series a Big Success – Deborah Banks
  • Murder at the Farmers’ Market! 
  • Franklin Free Library Presents: 2013 Summertime Arts, Education & Just Plain Fun
  • Recent Real Property Sales in Franklin NY

Issue # 19 – Vol. VII No. 1 Spring 2013 – 16 pages with ads (download the full issue in color, PDF 3.3MB)

Issue # 18 – Vol. VI, No. 3 Fall 2012 16 pages with ads (download the full issue in color, PDF 3.6MB)

  • One House at a Time Norm Farwell, page 1
  • A Family Affair Carole Satrina Marner, page 1
  • In DEC We Trust? – Brian Brock, page 1, available online
  • Historic Church Restored Jane Hebbard, page 1
  • Your Neighbor’s View Kerri Ficke, page 2
  • Intersection Indecision – Brian Brock, page 2, available online
  • Park News Kim Hyzer, page 2
  • The Flatlander Diaries Sunny Hill, page 2
  • The Christmas Stroll Kim Hyzer, page 3
  • Your Town Budget 2013 – Brian Brock, page 3, available online
  • How Local is Local? Stephen Morris, page 4
  • Renewable Energy and Sacrifice Zones Tammy Reiss, page 4
  • Pet Talk Joan Puritz, page 5
  • The Future is Bicycles! John O’Connor, page 6
  • Franklin Youth Speaks Out at FERC Hearing Felix Bridel, page 6
  • Oil & Gas Biz in Delaware County, – Brian Brock, page 6, available online
  • Fracking Klara Wichterle, page 7
  • You Couldn’t Have Known Gerri Wiley, page 7
  • Election Circus Gene Marner, page 8
  • At the Library, Book Reviews Jim Mullen, page 10
  • David Byrd Debuts at Schoolhouse Gallery Jody Isaacson, page 10
  • Art World: Rembrandt vs. Warhol Edmond Rinnooy Kan, page 11
  • Coelophysis Sestina Julian Mathews, page 11
  • Pipeline Postings: A Chronolgy of Events page 12
  • New Pipes on the Way – Brian Brock, page 12, available online
  • Murder at the Framers’ Market! XIII, page 14
  • The Garden Gate Penelope R. King, page 15

 

Issue # 17 – Vol. VI, No. 2 Summer 2012 16 pages with ads

 

Issue # 16 – Vol. VI, No. 1 Spring 2012 16 pages with ads

  • Let’s Cash Mob! Nick Albaugh, page 1
  • Franklin Scholl Funding Crisis Carole Marner, page 1
  • Pipeline Fever – Brian Brock, page 1, available online
  • What Drilling Will Cost Us Jannette M. Barth, page 1
  • Your Neighbor’s View Heidi Gogins, page 2
  • Catskill Time Banking Eugene Marner, page 2
  • Park News Kim Hyzer, page 2
  • Franklin Needs a Community Garden! Patrica Knapp-Tyrell, page 3
  • Park Progress in Treadwell Brian Brock, page 3, available online
  • Pet Talk Joan Pruitz, page 5
  • Call for Water Monitors Scott Laiffer, page 5
  • Democracy at the Local Level Charlotte Zoe Walker, page 6
  • From Our London Correspondent… Stehpen Morris, page 9
  • The Flatlander Diaries, Spring 2012 Sunny Hill, page 9
  • At the Library, Book Reviews Jim Mullen, page 10
  • UpState Arts Christopher Lloyd Wright, page 10
  • The Garden Gate Penelope R. King, page 11
  • Murder at the Farmers Market! XI, page 13

 

Issue # 15 – Vol. V, No. 3 Winter 2011 16 pages with ads

  • A Supervisor’s Dilemma John Salka, page 1
  • Regs or Rigs? Reluctant Regulator – Brian Brock, page 1, available online
  • Resist Apathy! Patricia Knapp-Tyrell, page 1
  • Come Hell or High Water! Rebecca Morgan, page 1
  • Do Drop In, Unexpected Guests! Tom Morgan, page 2
  • Goodbye to Old Franklin Day Kim Hyzer, page 2
  • A Tale of Two Sanlys – Brian Brock, page 2, available online
  • Life off The Grid, Bruce Zinner Carole Satrina Marner, page 3
  • Fun and Friends at the Farmers’ Market Gloria Banks, page 4
  • O or T? – Brian Brock, page 4, available online
  • Park News Kim Hyzer, page 4
  • Rain, Poem Berta Rogers, page 5
  • Sidney … Leatherstocking Pipeline, Patricia Knapp-Tyrell, page 6
  • The End of Growth, Book Review Eugene Marner, page 6
  • Franklin Lease Map, page 7
  • Delaware County Fracking Poll, page 7
  • Have You Been Fleases? Ellen Harrison, page 8
  • (Weird) Tales of Albany – Brian Brock, page 8, available online
  • Land Grab for Gas Elisabeth N. Radow, page 9
  • A Christmas Stroll Kim Hyzer, page 10
  • UpState Arts Christopher Lloyd Wright, page 10
  • At the Library, Book Reviews Jim Mullen, page 11
  • Flatlander Diaries, Fall 2011 Sunny Hill, page 11
  • Pet Talk Joan Purtiz, DVM, page 12
  • The Garden Gate Penelope B. King, page 12
  • Murder at the Farmers’ Market! VIII, page 13

 

Issue # 14 – Vol. V, No. 2 Summer 2011 16 pages with ads

  • Home Rule Over Gas Drilling – Brian Brock, page 1, available online
  • Returning Heart to the Community Marjorie B. Kellogg, page 1
  • Hurrah for Kids & Kritters Karleen DuMond, page 1
  • Why the Civil War Still Matters Tom Morain, page 1
  • Report from the Bike Lane John O’Connor, page 3
  • Perfect Storm: Peak Oil & … Eugene Marner, page 3
  • … Peak Oil is … unavoidable from Bundeswehr report, page 3
  • Gas Drilling vs. Your Real Estate … from Tompkins County, page 3
  • Indulgences Bertha Rogers, page 5
  • Local Hero Interview: Dawn Ritz Betsy Babcock, page 6
  • Rotary Sponsors Youth Leadership … Jack Sullivan, page 6
  • Old Franklin Day 2011 Kim Hyzer, page 6
  • Democracy’s Cradle: Your … Library Lynne M. Kemen, page 7
  • Park News Kim Hyzer, page 7
  • All Eggs Are Not Created Equal Betsy Babcock, page 8
  • Pet Talk Joan Puritz, DVM, page 9
  • Upstate Arts: Gou-gou will … Edmond Rinnooy Kan, page 10
  • Artists Open Studios for … Jane Carr, page 10
  • The Flatlander Diaries, Summer 2011 Sunny Hill, page 11
  • Franklin Stage Celebrates … Carmela Marner, page 11
  • Books from the Library Shelves Jim Mullen, page 12
  • Murder at the Farmers’ Market! VII, page 13
  • The Garden Gate Penelope R. King, page 14
  • Franklin Garden Tour Jane Hubbard, page 14
  • New Plantings at the Park Jane Hubbard, page 14
  • Have You Spotted a …, page15

 

Issue # 13 – Vol. V, No. 1 Spring 2011 16 pages with ads

  • A Franklin Tragedy Tim Duerden, page 1
  • Take Back Your Rights! Carole Marner, page 1
  • Landmen will Say… – Brian Brock, page 1, available online
  • Attention, All Gardener! Marjorie B. Kellogg, page 1
  • Climate vs. Climate Change William Rossow, page 1
  • Murder at the Farmers’ Market! VI, page 2
  • The Economic Impacts Bob Rosen, page 3
  • Recipe: Blueberry Maple Bread Carole Marner, page 3
  • Peak Oil Update Eugene Marner, page 4
  • Letter from London Stephen Morris, page 5
  • The Chambersburg Declaration, page 6
  • A System in Chaos Ronald E. Bishop, page 7
  • Interview: Hometown Pizza Betsy Babcock, page 8
  • Franklin Local Wants You Franklin Local, page 8
  • Park News Kim Hyzer, page 9
  • UpState Arts: C. Lissandrello Christopher Lloyd Wright, page 10
  • Flatlander Diaries, Spring 2011 Sunny Hill, page 10
  • Pet Talk Joan Puritz, DVM, page 12
  • The Garden Gate Penelope R. King, page 13
  • The Treadwell Park – Brian Brock, page 13, available online
  • Brewery Ommegang Statement … Larry Bennett, page 14
  • Caring for Bluebirds Audubon Society, page 15

 

Issue # 12 – Vol. IV, No. 3 Fall 2010 16 pages with ads

  • Bedstraw Be Gone Ken Jaffe, page 1
  • Kale, Anyone? Rebecca Morgan, page 1
  • An Issue of Enforcement – Brian Brock, page 1, available online
  • You’re All Invited… Eugene Marner, page 1
  • Murder at the Farmers Market, V, page 2
  • … Excessive Dog Barking Edmond Rinnooy Kan, page 3
  • Energy in the Real World John Weber, page 4
  • As Dirty as Coal Robert Howarth, Sierra Atlantic, page 4
  • A Day in Delhi Diane Nixon, page 6
  • Frack This Walter Putrycz, page 7
  • What You Could Do Mary Handler, page 7
  • Our Park Begins to Shine! Kim Hyzer, page 8
  • Garden Club at the Park Jane Hebbard, page 8
  • Memories of the Farm Sonia DeFrances, page 8
  • Local Hero: Don Pernice Emily Mikulewicz, page 9
  • Franklin’s Revolutionary War … Carla Nordstrom, page 9
  • UpState Arts: Tommy Klehr Christopher Lloyd Wright, page 10
  • … How the FFL Saved My Life Elliot Cohen, page 10
  • Flatlander Diaries, Fall 2010 Sunny Hill, page 10
  • The Garden Gate Penelope R. King, page 12
  • Pet Talk Joan Puritz, DVM, page 13

 

Issue # 11 – Vol. IV, No. 2 Summer 2010 16 pages with ads

  • Anatomy of a Gas Lease – Brian Brock, page 1, available online
  • Still Got Milk? Karl North, page 1
  • Interview: Keitha Capouya Carole Marner, page 1
  • 1899 Franklin Water Rates from pamphlet, page 1
  • Murder at the Farmers’ Market! IV, page 2
  • Flatlander Diaries Sunny Hill, page 3
  • Disaster in the Gulf: Eugene Marner, page 4
  • Prospecting By Plane – Brian Brock, page 4, available online
  • GASLAND, the Movie Marjorie B. Kellogg, page 5
  • The Two Towers – Brian Brock, page 6, available online
  • Local Hero(ine): Jane Hebbard Marjorie B. Kellogg, page 8
  • Park on the Main Kim Huzer, page 8
  • Franklin Stage Company – an Update Carmela Marner, page 9
  • UpState Arts: Gloria Nero Christopher Lloyd Wright, page 10
  • The Garden Gate Penelope R. King, page 12
  • Pet Talk Joan Puritz, DVM, page 13
  • Recipe: Dutch Almond Torte Bette Caddis, page 13

 

Issue # 10 – Vol. IV, No. 1 Spring 2010 16 pages with ads

  • Re-imagining Dairy’s Future Amy Kenyon, page 1
  • Texas Mayor Speaks Out Calvin Tillman, Dish TX, page 1
  • Risky Drilling – Brian Brock, page 1, available online
  • Franklin Farm … to Sell Raw Milk Jim Mullen, page 1
  • A Warning from Dimock Keith Oberg, page 2
  • CSA at the Lucky Dog Richard Giles, page 3
  • Drilling Skirmishes Grow Hal Smith, The Sierra Atlantic, page 3
  • A Century of Challenges Nicole Foss, page 4
  • NYFB Rejects Draft SGEIS’ Mark Dunau & Carole Marner, page 4
  • Cold Season Food Production Chuck Waibel, page 7
  • Patronize Your Neighbors from The Franklin Register, April 14, 1877, page 7
  • Review: The Wheelwright’s Shop Eugene Marner, page 8
  • UpState Arts: Tim Touhey Christopher Lloyd Wright, page 8
  • Murder at the Farmers’ Market! III, page 9
  • Recipe: Mexican Spiced Cookies Vincent Speranza, page 9
  • What’s New in Franklin? Judy Gabey, page 10
  • Windy Franklin – Brian Brock, page 10, available online
  • Prevent Tomato Blight This Year! Jim Mullen, page 11
  • 4C-Camp: … a Long Tradition Tom Briggs, page 11
  • Health Benefits of Raw Milk from raw-milk-facts.com, page 12
  • The Garden Gate Penelope R. King, page 13
  • Baking Soda, the Serial… from Wikipedia, page 14

 

Issue # 9 – Vol. III, No. 3 Winter, 2009 12 pages with ads

  • Invisible Ships & Boiling Frogs Karl North, page 1
  • Pure Catskills Buy Local Campaigns Challey Comer, page 1
  • Dairy Crisis Bob Miller, page 1
  • Historic Facades Saved … Gary Cassinelli, page 1
  • The Garden Gate Penelope R. King, page 2
  • Focus on the Arts Christopher Lloyd Wright, page 2
  • Sustainability Richard deRosa, page 3
  • The Hawk, a true fable Eugene Marner, page 4
  • Film Review: Food, Inc. Carole Marner, page 4
  • Review: The Transition Handbook Emily Mikulewicz, page 4
  • Wet vs. Dry: Prohibition … – Brian Brock, page 6, available online
  • Citizen speaks for Change Charlene Sugihara, page 6
  • Citizen speaks for Status Quo May Miller, page 6
  • Franklin’s Fokish Breadmobile Jim Mullen, page 8
  • Recipes: One Potato, Two Carla Nordstrom, page 8
  • Park on the Main: an Update Kim Hyzer, page 9
  • Franklin Farmers Market Report Ellen Curtis, page 10
  • The Walton … Garden Prospers Eugene Marner, page 10

 

Issue # 8 – Vol. III, No. 2 Summer, 2009 8 pages with ads

 

Issue # 7 – Vol. III, No. 1 Spring 2009 8 pages

  • Your Gas Well: Part One Brian Brock, page 1
  • South Kortright Gets It Right! Eugene Marner, page 1
  • Food Routes Kate Ryan, page 1
  • Vegetable Garden Hints Mariane Kiraly & Janet Aldrich, page 1
  • Franklin Stage Renovates Chapel Hall Carmela Marner, page 2
  • How Windy is Franklin? Brian Brock, page 2
  • Localism and the State John O’Connor, page 3
  • Murder at the Farmers’ Market! I, page 3
  • The End of Limitlessness Brandon Dennis, page 4
  • Connecting the Peak Oil Dots … Eugene Marner, page 4
  • Review: The Transition Handbook John O’Connor, page 5
  • Walton Community Garden Eugene Marner, page 6
  • Sustainability in Walton Dave Baker, page 6
  • Prius Doubles as Emergency Generator Sam Smith, The Progressive Review, page 8

 

Issue # 6 – Vol. II, No. 3 Fall 2008 8 pages

  • The Northfield Tunnel Brian Brock, page 1
  • Carsharing in Upstate NY Andy Goodell, page 1
  • Franklin Railroad Museum John Taibi, page 1
  • Snapshots of Joy Anne Ohman, page 1
  • Franklin Village Park Kim Hyzer, page 2
  • Peak Oil Recoil, a rap by MC Paul Barman, page 3
  • Some Inconvenient Truths … John O’Connor, page 4
  • Gas Drilling Regulation Kate Marsiglio, page 4
  • Gas from Black Shale Brian Brock, page 5
  • What’s a Moratorium Anyway? Mary Jo Long, Esq. 5
  • Peak Oil Update Eugene Marner & Brandon Dennis, page 5
  • Prematurely Green — Carole Marner, page 6
  • NYRI’s Proposed Route Thru’ Franklin Brian Brock, page 8

 

Issue # 5 – Vol. II, No. 2 Summer 2008 8 pages

  • A Rural Economy Utopia Dawn Rivers Baker, page 1
  • It’s up to Us to Lead the Way Eugene Marner, page 1
  • Peak Oil: A … Student’s View Ryan T. Parker, page 1
  • Your Property Taxes at Work – Brian Brock, page 1, available online
  • The Best Free Lunch Around … Linda Burkhart, page 2
  • Don’t Sign That! Mike Bernhard, page 3
  • Franklin Future Frank Fokish, page 3
  • Drive Smart and Save Fuel Andy Goodell, page 5
  • … All in the (Miller) Family Marjorie B. Kellogg, page 6
  • Handsome Brook Farm Betsy and Bryan Babcock, page 7
  • A New Beehive Brian Brock, page 7

 

Issue # 4 – Vol. II, No. 1 Spring 2008 8 pages

  • Winter Grazing James Hayes, page 1
  • The Hundred Mile Diet Andy Bailey Goodell, page 1
  • … Don’t Read This! Jim Mullen, page 1
  • Franklin Justice – Brian Brock, page 1, available online
  • My Thoughts on Peak Oil K. Frey Stahler, page 1
  • Will the Human Race Survive? Dark Lament, page 1
  • Industrial Wind in Meredith Penelope King, page 3
  • Lacto-Fermentation Mark Davies, page 4
  • A Food Security Network … Brandon Dennis, page 4
  • Interview: Joan and Bob Cronauer Carole Marner, page 6

 

Issue # 3 – Vol. I, No. 3 Fall, 2007 8 pages

  • Your Franklin Government Brian Brock, page 1
  • Community Greenhouses Mark Davies, page 1
  • Net Energy Eugene Marner, page 1
  • First Thanksgiving Family Feud Jim Mullen, page 2
  • Wind Turbines Bob Miller, page 3
  • … Peak Oil Preparedness Brandon Dennis, page 5
  • Interview with Linda Smith Carole Marner, page 6
  • Recipe: Pumpkin Cake Jane Hebbard, page 6

 

Issue # 2 – Vol. I, No. 2 Summer, 2007 4 pages

 

Issue # 1 – Vol. I, No. 1 Spring 2007 4 pages

  • Franklin Makes History, page 1
  • Rare Oil Brian Brock, page 1
  • Peak Oil Eugene Marner, page 1
  • Jack 2 Brandon Dennis, page 1