December 12, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Watershed programs to be reviewed for first time since 2000

Delaware County is making every effort to have its New York City land acquisition concerns addressed when the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) reviews watershed protection programs for the first time since 2000. More...

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Sports

Rams create turnovers to top Devils

The Margaretville Blue Devils suffered a bad case of what their coach John Bernhardt called "panic passes" Wednesday night in a 66-46 loss to the South Kortright Rams in South Kortright. More...

Camraderie part of hunting experience

HUNTING NEAR BOVINA - From left to right, Lincoln Lyman, Steve Burnett, Avery Stirratt, Shawn Orbanic, and Bill Heavey along with photographer John Hayes met for a hunting trek on December 1. More...

Revamped Plattekill Mountain opens for ski season

The cold snowy weather came just in time as Plattekill Mountain opened over the weekend for what skiers hope is a long and powdery season.  More...

Events

Christmas dinner for seniors

Hamden - Delaware Opportunities is scheduling a Christmas Dinner to be served at all Delaware County senior dining centers on Wednesday, December 19 beginning at 11:30 a.m. for a suggested donation of $4.00.   More...

From TAU to OM. The Arts Upstairs to Open Market

At least 25 members of The Arts Upstairs creative community will take new root at what was the old Phoenicia Pharmacy on Main Street this week. More...

‘Tis the Season for Sending Cards

Delhi — The Delhi Historical Society (DHS) wants to wish you a Happy Holiday season and is hosting a Christmas Celebration on Saturday, Dec. 15 from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the Cannon House at 47 Main Street in Delhi. More...

CWC Board updated on building progress, wastewater projects

Margaretville — The Catskill Watershed Corporation (CWC) Board of Directors learned at its meeting December 4 that good progress is being made on the CWC office building being constructed near Arkville. More...

Financial outlook picking up for Fleischmanns Village to re-hire MARK Project

Fleischmanns Village Board members tackled everything from grant writing needs to sexual harassment training in a routine monthly meeting Monday, Dec. 10. More...

News

Disconnected youth and addiction is summit topic

Community leaders in disciplines from health care, law enforcement, education, religion and social services are working to address addiction in the population at large and in younger people in particular. More...

Scammers claim NYSE & G ties

New York State Police at Troop C are warning residents of a phone scam where the caller claims to be with NYSEG. More...

La Escuelita offers new language and connections

Jeanne Ellsworth has been helping Spanish speakers to learn the English language for 10 years, and two women’s groups, one called La Escuelita and one called Cafecito are the happy byproducts of efforts that have given many Spanishspeaking wome More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Davon Jonathan Martin Betancourt

Davon Jonathan Betancourt, son of Father Dante Tarantini, FCR and Bishop Francisco Betancourt, FCR and brother of Dante Francisco Tarantini, went home to our God on November 26, 2018. Davon succumbed to pneumonia after a brief illness. More...

Lesley M. Gray

Lesley M. Gray, a venerable quilter has passed this day December 1, 2018.  Quilting was her love and passion, which she shared with others through teaching and mentorship. She was an active member of five quilt guilds.  More...

James "Jim" Barden

James "Jim" Barden, 91 of Ava Maria Drive died Sunday December 9, 2018 at the Hudson Valley Rehabilitation Center after a brief stay.  More...

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