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Aikido comes to Phoenicia

By Jay Braman Jr.
Aikido, the most modern and unique style of the martial arts, has come to the Central Catskills.


Real Estate Changes: Dec. 22, 2010

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Roxbury Run Townhouse


Cookies and Caroling winners chosen

Margaretville —The second annual “Cookies and Caroling” event, which took place in the Commons Building of Margaretville on December 18, was another great success with some amazing cookie recipes being offered this year.


Holiday pricing on lodging at Frost Valley

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Claryville — Visitors staying in family-style lodges at Frost Valley YMCA can benefit from Special Holiday Pricing between December 27-January 2.


Visitor wins Woodchuck Lodge drawing

Roxbury — Wolfert Conover, Jr. of Northville, 50 miles northwest of Albany on Sacandaga Lake, got a pleasant holiday surprise when he was notified recently that he had won a hand-turned “Witness Tree Bowl” in a drawing conducted by Woodchuck Lodge, Inc., the organization which maintains the Roxbury home of literary naturalist John Burroughs.


Buy Local and save at Belleayre

Highmount — Belleayre Mountain Ski Center and the Central Catskills Chamber of Commerce have partnered to provide an economic jumpstart for area businesses beginning on January 1.


Roxbury News: Dec. 22, 2010

Tony Brown of Vega had as a weekend guest his nephew Donald and Don’s lady friend, Kelly, of Clifton, NJ. They went out for dinner on Sunday evening.


Yuletide event in Phoenicia

By Jay Braman Jr.


Pine Hill seeks historic district status

By Jay Braman Jr.
The Pine Hill Community Center has embarked on a program called the Main Street Initiative.
According to Director James Krueger, one aim is to get Pine Hill listed on the National and State Registers of Historic Places.

“Being listed on the National and State Registers would bring well-deserved recognition and prestige to Pine Hill,” he said.


Pine Hill seeks historic district status

By Jay Braman Jr.
The Pine Hill Community Center has embarked on a program called the Main Street Initiative.
According to Director James Krueger, one aim is to get Pine Hill listed on the National and State Registers of Historic Places.

“Being listed on the National and State Registers would bring well-deserved recognition and prestige to Pine Hill,” he said.


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