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2009 Catskill Mountain News Best Service Award winners announced

The Catskill Mountain News and Columnist Margaret S. Inge are pleased to announce the 12th annual Catskill Best Service Awards. Readers selected those businesses and individuals who consistently deliver extraordinary service via ballots submitted during the months of November and December.
The tally of the over 500 ballots received includes more than 450 different businesses and 520 individual service providers in 78 categories. They are located across the region, giving testimony to the fact that customers will travel far and wide for quality service.


Knitting workshop Feb. 20 at DCHA

Delhi — The Delaware County Historical Association will offer a one-day knitting and crocheting workshop on Saturday, Feb. 20 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Adults and children are encouraged to come learn how to knit and/or crochet, or perhaps refresh their skills.


Grand Gorge bank robbery suspects arrested in Atlantic City, N.J.

By Brian Sweeney
Two suspects were arrested in New Jersey on Jan. 20 in a connection with robbery at the Grand Gorge branch of NBT Bank the previous day. Christopher M. Seamans, 31, of Central Square (Oswego County) and Emily E. White, 20, of Oneida (Madison County) were charged with second-degree robbery. They were arrested by the Atlantic City Police Department.


Coaches vs. Cancer event set Friday at Margaretville

Margaretville Central School will take part in the American Cancer Society’s Coaches vs. Cancer awareness program on Friday, Jan. 29 at 7 p.m. at the MCS Auditorium. MCS will donate all of the admission proceeds from this Friday’s girls’ varsity game to the American Cancer Society to benefit cancer research. This week’s game starts at 7 p.m., when the Blue Devils play host to the visiting Mountaineers of Andes Central School.


Visiting Artists Series brings Kolb to Onteora

Boiceville — Onteora Central School District has announced a performance by Fleischmanns pianist, Justin Kolb, with guest appearance by Mikhail Horowitz, on Thursday, Feb. 4, at 7:30 p.m. in the MS/HS Harry Simon auditorium, 4166 state Route 28 in Boiceville.


Coaches vs. Cancer at MCS

This Friday and next, Margaretville Central School will take part in the American Cancer Society's Coaches vs. Cancer awareness program. MCS will donate all of the admission proceeds from this Friday's boys' varsity game and next Friday's girls' varsity game to the American Cancer Society to benefit cancer research.


DEP offers help to streamside landowners

By Jay Braman Jr.
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has launched a $3.6 million program to help stop erosion along stream banks on private property in the vast New York City Watershed. Those interested in participating had better act quickly however, as applications are due no later than Feb. 1.


Islam focus of Jan. 31 Gould forum

Roxbury — Engaging the World Forum, where people of faith look at and share thoughts on challenging issues of contemporary life, will meet Sunday, Jan. 31, at 3 p.m. in the chapel of the Gould Church on Main Street in Roxbury.


Delaware County reunion planned in Florida Feb. 5

Haines City, Fla. — The 41st annual Delaware County Reunion will hold a potluck lunch for past and present residents of Delaware County on February 5 in Haines City, Florida at the First Presbyterian Church on 104 Scenic Hwy, Rt. 544, in Haines City.


Arkville family overwhelmed by support after losing everything to fire last Tuesday

Late last Wednesday afternoon, Arkville resident Jim Gauntt was on his way to Hunter-Tannersville to watch his son, Sean, play in Margaretville’s JV basketball game. Before tip-off, however, he was headed back home, having learned from his son’s coach that his house was on fire.


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