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Two wins, tough loss for Roxbury softball

By John Bernhardt Roxbury’s girls’ softball team sandwiched mercy rule wins around a heartbreaking 12-11 loss to Windham last week to run their season’s record to 6-2. More...

Tennis scores: April 30, 2014

The Margaretville Tennis Team earned two Delaware League victories last week while Roxbury split a pair of matches. Roxbury was a 5-2 winner over Davenport on April 22. Josh Riley (R) d. Lindsey Zeisler (D) 9-0 Joe McAfee (R) d. More...

Fish beat work any day!

Jack Macdowalt of Hancock was out on the reservoir on Friday morning and caught several fish. He said that the fishing was so good he hated to have to go to work that day. More...

News

Impressive Turkey Toms taken by young hunters

OPENING DAY GOBBLER — Angela Davis of Margaretville shot this old tom turkey while hunting with her father Pat on Saturday morning on the Utter farm in Millbrook.  The turkey had a nine-inch beard and one and one-eighth-inch long spurs. More...

DEC officer kills bear in Bovina

Bovina — On Thursday afternoon, April 17, a DEC Wildlife staff member killed a bear on Lee Hollow Road in the Town of Bovina that was attempting to enter a structure that contained honey. More...

Local Dem to challenge Cahill

By Jay Braman Jr. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Loyal Morse

Loyal P. Morse, 95, beloved husband of 71 years of Joseph­ine (Karam) Morse, pass­ed away peacefully on April 22, 2014. He was born on April 16, 1919 in Roxbury to the late Henry and Mary (Jaquish) Morse. More...

Nancy Ericson

Nancy Jean Ericson, 71, a resident of Halcottsville, and formerly of Wappingers Falls, died Sunday, April 27, 2014 at Bassett Medical Center in Coop­erstown. More...