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Sports

MCS girls drop a game in non-league play with Middleburgh

By John Bernhardt It was a homecoming of sorts for Greg Johns Thursday night in Margaretville. More...

RCS Rendler scores a career high to help team past Hunter-Tannersville

By John Bernhardt Tall, strong, and athletic, senior forward Will Rendler is a difference maker for the Roxbury boys’ basketball team. More...

RCS girls back on track, besting Andes and Jefferson

By John Bernhardt After navigating riling basketball waters for a week after center Stacey Spraque was lost with a sprained ankle, the Roxbury girls calmed the turbulent waves, downing Jefferson and Andes last week. More...

News

Blaze completely destroys Margaretville home

This is an updated report on a story published on-line earlier this week ­By Joan Lawrence-Bauer Community response was swift and generous last week when a fast-moving blaze left a Margaretville couple homeless. More...

Kimble tapped as Shandaken Code Officer

By Jay Braman Jr. After a month of “borrowing” Town of Middletown Building Inspector Pat Davis, the Town of Shandaken has hired its own full time man to handle the job. More...

OCS super to leave; Onteora splits playground funds

By Jay Braman Jr. The Onteora School Board has decided that more money should be spent on bettering the playground at the Woodstock Primary School rather than at the Phoenicia Primary School. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Florence Ford

Florence J. Ford, 84, a resident of Dry Brook Road, Ark­ville, died Tuesday. Feb. 3, 2015 at Margaretville Hospital. Florence was born June 9, 1930 in Brooklyn, the daughter of George W. and Maria Martha (Klinket) Rice. She married John F. More...

Linda Coons

Linda M. Coons died peacefully on Monday, Feb. 2, 2015 at her home in Schoharie attended by her husband, Gerald E. Coons and her daughter, Debbie A. Coons, under Hospice care. More...