December 1, 2010 RSS feed / Front Page

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Sports

Strong defense propels Rams to tournament win

By John Bernhardt A swarming, opportunistic defense help propel the South Kortright Rams to the championship of their annual season-opening Thanksgiving Tourn-ament last weekend. More...

New RCS girls' hoop coach takes team back to basics

By John Bernhardt First-year Roxbury coach Lisa Faraci is hoping to help her girls rediscover the joy and excitement in playing basketball. More...

News

100-acre logging project on tap for Oliverea

By Jay Braman Jr. Several miles up into the Oliverea Valley, at the head of what is known as Little Peck Hollow Road, sits a 100-acre chuck of land owned by the Upper Esopus Fish and Game Club. More...

MARK Project heads back to Erpf House

By Brian Sweeney The MARK Project, a regional economic development agency, has returned to its original home at the Erpf House in Arkville. More...

Shandaken seeks to put teeth in new dog law

By Jay Braman Jr. A controversial dog law that was squashed last year in Shandaken may be making a second appearance next month. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Cora Felter

Cora Felter, 77, a resident of county Route 36, Margaretville, died at her home on Monday, Nov. 29, 2010. She was born March 29, 1933 in Blenheim, the daughter of Harry and Ada Keith. More...

Mabel George

Mabel S. George, 93, of Arkville, passed away Friday, Nov. 26, 2010 at Mountainside Residential Care Center, Margaretville. She was born April 1, 1917 in Allaben, the daughter of Ralph and Blanche (Colwell) VanKeuren. More...

Andrew Schuman Jr.

Andrew Schuman Jr., 87, of Roxbury, passed away Tuesday, Nov. More...