Lillian Browne


Jun. 13, 2014
Strapping on your hiking shoes isn’t the only way to see the Catskills: You can also hit the trail on horseback. Trail-riding companies operate throughout the region, and they offer an alternative way to enjoy the spectacular views and fresh mountain air... Read more
Aug. 27, 2013
If Gravestones Could Talk...Living History Cemetery Tour Learn personal stories and interesting moments in Walton's history through the lives of a country doctor, a one-room school marm, a Civil War soldier, a sheriff's wife from the 1800's, a murdered... Read more
Mar. 23, 2012
Above: Ed Snow, who lost a village trustee election in Walton earlier this week, argues to the Delaware County Board of Elections that a vote count taken on Tuesday that declared him the winner of a village board seat should stand. Video by Lillian... Read more
Mar. 22, 2012
The results of a village board of trustees election in Walton that were announced on Tuesday evening were wrong, according to a recount conducted Wednesday morning by village election inspectors.The recount found that John Clark, with 223 votes, and... Read more
Sep. 28, 2011
In the aftermath of Irene and then Lee, Town of Colchester Supervisor Robert Homovich, is breathing a sigh of relief that Downsville, Horton, Harvard, Corbett and Shinhopple were spared serious damage from the flood waters. But Homovich is angry with... Read more
Sep. 16, 2011
The Upper Delaware Scenic Byway, from the UDSB website. A proposal by the Board of Directors of the Upper Delaware Scenic Byway (UDSB) to ban "non-traditional" industrial traffic along the byway is ruffling feathers in the town and village of Hancock in... Read more
Sep. 6, 2011
Editor's note: This story was submitted to the Watershed Post on August 31. In our haste to publish information about the hardest-hit towns, we have not published it until today, September 6. Thanks to Lillian Browne for keeping us posted on some of the... Read more
Aug. 27, 2011
Photo by Lillian Browne. The Delaware County Grand Jury handed down an indictment on Friday, August 26th, charging LeJuan Wainwright with Manslaughter in the First Degree. Delaware County District Attorney Richard Northrup Jr., stated that the case was... Read more
Aug. 25, 2011
The Delaware Phoenix stillA local artisanal distillery known for its herb-infused absinthes is branching out into whiskey. Cheryl Lins, owner of Delaware Phoenix Distillery located at 144 Delaware Street in Walton, is set to release three new products at... Read more
Jun. 29, 2011
Above: Delhi businessowner Hazel Dunlin, owner of Avalon Moon, dressed as a faerie at the New York Faerie Festival. Last weekend, Watershed Post corresondent Lillian Browne attended the 3rd annual New York Faerie Festival in Windsor, New York, along with... Read more
Jun. 23, 2011
Louis and Trish Pesout, with grandson Skylar Pesout, in front of a test wind turbine on their property in Franklin. Photo by Lillian Browne. Wind power is coming to Franklin. A Houston-based energy company, Horizon Wind Energy, has erected two wind test... Read more
Jun. 14, 2011
Tay Home founder Nini Ordoubadi with a portrait of her aunt and inspiration, Noushafarin Saad. Photo provided by Nini Ordoubadi. On the Saturday before Memorial Day, the Tay Home tea shop celebrated its grand reopening in a new location that has turned... Read more
Jun. 9, 2011
In Delhi today, Delaware County Acting Supreme Court Justice John F. Lambert delivered a lengthy prison sentence to East Meredith resident Cody D. Fancher for his 2009 fire-setting spree that destroyed the Sidney Center United Methodist Church. Fancher’... Read more
Jun. 6, 2011
On Thursday, June 2, the town of Walton turned out en masse to see itself on the silver screen: The independent feature film “Afterlight,” filmed on location in Walton, screened at the Walton Theater. The town's been anticipating this premiere for a long... Read more
Jun. 3, 2011
Town of Colchester Highway Superintendent Kenneth Eck Jr. at the site of a streambank failure on Cooks Falls Road. Photo by Lillian Browne. The Beaverkill, a famous fly-fishing stream that runs through lower Delaware County, is gaining a reputation for... Read more
May. 25, 2011
Marguerite Uhlmann-Bower leads a "weed walk" in Bloomville earlier this month. Photo by Lillian Browne. We're delighted to introduce Lillian Browne, a new Watershed Post contributor. Browne is a farmer, writer and self-described adventure seeker who... Read more