Above: Making cider at the Hubbell homestead. Photo by Julia Reischel.
This week on the Watershed Post Half-Hour News Hour, we talk with cider master Bob Hubbell, who oversees a 150-year-old, three-story cider press at Hubbell Companies in Kelly Corners.
Listen live today at two different times, or to the podcast at the bottom of this post:
Also on today's radio show:
- It's not your imagination: the apples really are better this year.
- A missing Kingston woman was found dead on Friday at the bottom of a steep embankment near her home.
- A federal program that helps one in five New York State households pay winter heating bills is facing drastic cuts this winter that will be felt hard across the Catskills.
- The fast-growing Occupy Wall Street movement is coming to a town near you.
- The Amphenol manufacturing facility in Sidney, which employs 1200 people in Delaware County, is looking to move to higher ground.
- The owner of the Margaretville building on Main Street that burned down last month didn't start the fire, authorities say.
- Concerts and happenings galore this weekend.
- The weekly News Poem and the Perpetual Optimist’s Glass-Half-Full News Corner.
You can hear today's show below. You can listen to past editions of the show by clicking here.