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ACS students studying nature firsthand

Greenhouse work is part of program for three students

In a few minutes with John Coss, you figure out that he’s a kid who would rather be outdoors than in. Andes Central School teacher Ed McGee is happy to accommodate that. More...

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Sports

Huckleberry Loop Trail is wonderful & ambitious excursion for hiking fans

Excursion a good test for enthusiasts

The Dry Brook Ridge Trail stretches from Margaretville to Hardenburgh. We will focus on a short stretch just outside of Margaretville, This section of the trail features moderate hiking and spectacular views. More...

Margaretville Old Timers’ soccer team hanging up cleats after 20 years

Round Top — The soccer team from Margaretville known as Delaware was in action on Saturday and Sunday June 6 and 7 at the 34th Annual Round Top Invitational Old Timers Soccer Tournament at Riedlbauer’s Resort.  More...

Catch Of The Day

PEPACTON RESERVOIR TROPHY — Harold “Skip” Alger of Sidney caught the heaviest trout so far this year on June 9 using a sawbelly for bait. More...

Events

DEP to host Family Fishing Day on Pepacton Reservoir June 20

Fishing license requirements waived for event

Andes — The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has announced that it will host a family fishing day at the Pepacton Reservoir on Saturday, June 20.  More...

If you’re looking for entertainment sample the CMN’s Picks of the Week

With the official arrival of summer this week, we’re happy to introduce our newly configured arts, entertainment, and the great outdoors section. More...

Stonesong Antiques opens doors in Andes

Owners excited to contribute to community

Andes, known locally as a key destination for antique lovers, got a boost last month when John Graham Tucker opened Stonesong Antiques on Main Street. More...

Executive sessions dominated work for Middletown Bd.

NYC tax issue still up in the air

Town of Middletown Board members went behind closed doors last Tuesday to discuss items in private that were not clearly laid out in a motion before they cleared the meeting room that was packed with observers. More...

Owners of banned Shandaken farmstand are seeking return to business in township

Proposed plan needs a variance

The owners of the farm stand that was forced out of business in Mount Tremper are going to try once again to gain town approval to reopen. More...

News

School Boards make historic decisions  Free Access 

Andes & Margaretville agree to share superintendent services

Margaretville Central School Board of Education members voted unanimously last night to contract with Andes Cental School for the services of its Superintendent.  Dr. More...

Flag Day Tradition

FLAG DAY PARADE — Cute kids on floats, marching high-school bands, politicians, firemen and their equipment, service organizations, and a handful of local businesses all turned out to participate in Stamford's annual Flag Day parade on Main Street Su More...

Executive sessions dominated work for Middletown Bd.

NYC tax issue still up in the air

Town of Middletown Board members went behind closed doors last Tuesday to discuss items in private that were not clearly laid out in a motion before they cleared the meeting room that was packed with observers. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Vincent Prior, Esq.

Vincent William Prior, Esq. passed away at home on Wed- nesday June 11, 2015 surround- ed by his family, as the result of a short and unexpected illness.  More...

Kenneth Palmer Sr.

Kenneth R. Palmer Sr. entered into eternal rest on Friday, June 12, 2015 at Select Specialty Hospital surrounded by his loved ones after a long illness.  More...

Kevin Ballard

Kevin R. Ballard, a life-long Roxbury resident, died at his home on Friday, June 12, 2015.  Kevin was born on May 21, 1958 in Margaretville, the son of Kenneth and Leona (Butler) Ballard.  More...

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