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Warner helps pace MCS to top of tennis league

By John Bernhardt Patience and persistence are a big part of James Warner’s tennis game. Fast and smart, Margaretville’s top ranked tennis player often bides his time, waiting for his opponent to serve up an unforced error. More...

Bowl hosted tournament

Margaretville Bowl hosted its 13th annual 700 Club Tournament on Sunday, April 28. Thirteen entrants, each of whom had bowled at least one three-game 700 series at the lanes, competed for cash prizes. More...

MCS stops Gilboa in softball play

Staff report Place Margaretville pitcher Kyle Short in a big baseball venue and you can expect an equally big performance result. More...

News

Retail water plans stuck in bottleneck

By Joe Moskowitz New York City arguably has the best big city drinking water in the world. New York’s drinking water travels more than a hundred miles from its source in the Catskills to the City. More...

Work underway for Arkville backup well

By Joe Moskowitz Work is now underway on the final phase of the new water system for the hamlet of Arkville. The pump house at the old well on Pavilion Road was torn down recently and the site is being prepared for a new pump house. More...

Flooding woes spur Crazy River Cafe

For all of the destruction and heartache caused by the wrath of Hurricane Irene on August 28, 2011, there were ultimately a few bright spots. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Marie Colliton

Marie Pindar Colliton, 89, a resident of Grand Gorge, died Tuesday, May 7, 2013, at Robinson Terrace, Stamford. Marie was born July 31, 1923, in Grand Gorge, the daughter of Frank and Emma (Carman) Pindar. More...