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"Darger" screening at RAG series

Roxbury — “In the Realms of the Unreal – The Mystery of Henry Darger” will be the second film in the Roxbury Arts Group’s Reel Artist Series on Sunday, March 14 at 1:30 p.m. The screening will be followed by a Q and A discussion with Christina Varga, Ellen Greene Stewart and Juliana Driever, facilitated by Jonathan Starch.


Congressman Murphy visits area constituents

By Julia Green
Congressman Scott Murphy, who represents New York’s 20th Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives, was once again in Delaware County last week, when he had lunch with a number of area business people at the Quarter Moon Café in Delhi.


Maple sugar weekends planned at Frost Valley

Claryville — Free Maple Sugar Weekends are planned for March 20-21 and March 27-28 at Frost Valley YMCA in Claryville. Frost Valley’s Maple Weekends provide the opportunity for families to experience firsthand the wonders of Maple Sugar production.


Film series opens Sunday at RAG

The Roxbury Arts Group (RAG) is introducing a series of Sunday film screenings called The Reel Artist Series. The series opens this Sunday, March 7, at 1:30 p.m. at RAG’s Hilton Kelly Hall with “Basquiat,” a Miramax Films made in 1996. It is rated R for drug use and strong language.


Skiers flock to region to enjoy fresh powder

By Jay Braman Jr.
When it comes to skiing and all things related to skiing in the Catskills, it is a sad reality that, after Presidents’ Day weekend, the annual decline of the industry begins. The number of visitors starts to drop off, ski centers begin laying off part-time help, there is less traffic in local eateries and shops, and eventually, in April, it all winds down to nothing.


NBDC to host identity theft forums March 9 and 10

Walton — It doesn’t take much — a momentary lapse, and you bite at the bait that just seems too good to be true. It is. National Bank of Delaware County is hosting two forums, on March 9 and 10, to help you avoid just such a scenario.


Cows escaped serious injury when barn addition roof fell

By Brian Sweeney
The good news from last week’s historic snowstorm was that the predicted high winds never materialized. As a result, the broken trees and power outages that many had feared, were minimal.


Buried! Storms pound area with more than four feet of snow

By Brian Sweeney
When it comes to record snowfalls in the Catskills, last week’s might be at the top of the heap.
Most people the News spoke to said they had never seen more snow in the Catskills than the amounts that arrived in storms on Tuesday and Thursday.
When it was all over, reports from area residents generally cited totals in the four-foot range.


Sectional basketball games rescheduled due to inclement weather

Three days of heavy snowfall that has left many local areas with more than three feet of snow has wreaked havoc on the 2010 Section IV Class D basketball tournament schedule – but organizers are working to get games in around the weather.


Rockin' Louisiana Saturday Night a hit at RAG

The MARK Project hosted its annual Louisiana Saturday Night fund-raiser at The Roxbury Arts Group on February 20. A cooking contest, Cajun music and plenty of dancing were featured.


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