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Four years after Hurricane Irene flood damaged properties remain

Shandaken Bd. hears complaints about status quo

For Oliverea resident Phyllis Walsh, enough is enough. With the fourth anniversary of Hurricane Irene coming up fast, she came to the Shandaken Town Board asking what can be done to clean up the properties destroyed by the 2011 storm. More...

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Sports

Shavertown Trail in Andes perfect terrain for all hikers

New trail offers moderate climb, reservoir views

The Shavertown Trail is a wonderful new trail that just about everyone can enjoy. The trail is relatively new, so if you haven’t had the chance to get out and enjoy it yet, I recommend you do. More...

Soccer club receives funds from foundation

North Blenheim — The Headwaters Soccer Club, celebrating its 26th anniversary, has recently received funding support from the Robinson-Broadhurst Foundation, Inc. based in Stamford.  More...

Events

Carnival Scene

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Two July events at Woodchuck Lodge

Roxbury — The inaugural meeting of members of John Burroughs’ Woodchuck lodge will be held Saturday, July 11 at 1 p.m. at Woodchuck Lodge, 1633 Burroughs Memorial Road.  More...

For The Birds

WILD SATURDAY — Bill and Patti Rudge help Truth Muller, 15, of Rock Hill (left), and Patricia Sacco of Arkville build bluebird-nesting boxes at a Wild Saturday event at John Burroughs' Woodchuc More...

Breaking News - 7/10/2015 11:11 PM

Martens Signs Off On Belleayre Resort  Free Access 

Groundbreaking likely in 2016

Friday, July 10, 2015 --  Albany, NY  --  Outgoing NYSDEC Commissioner Joe Martens made history today (Friday) by signing an order directing the DEC staff to end the adjudicatory process on the Belleayre Resort Project.  The Commi More...

DEC Commish resigns; fate of resort uncertain

Martens leaving; ruling on resort still up in the air

One day after officially banning fracking in New York State, Joe Martens, commissioner of the state’s Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) announced that he would leave the post he has held since 2011 and return to his old job at the Open S More...

Officials investigating carnival tent fire

Morning blaze rips through tent; cause is unknown

Officials are investigating a Saturday morning fire at the Margaretville carnival that destroyed a vendor’s tent and most of his merchandise. More...

News

DEC Commish resigns; fate of resort uncertain

Martens leaving; ruling on resort still up in the air

One day after officially banning fracking in New York State, Joe Martens, commissioner of the state’s Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) announced that he would leave the post he has held since 2011 and return to his old job at the Open S More...

Four years after Hurricane Irene flood damaged properties remain

Shandaken Bd. hears complaints about status quo

For Oliverea resident Phyllis Walsh, enough is enough. With the fourth anniversary of Hurricane Irene coming up fast, she came to the Shandaken Town Board asking what can be done to clean up the properties destroyed by the 2011 storm. More...

Officials investigating carnival tent fire

Morning blaze rips through tent; cause is unknown

Officials are investigating a Saturday morning fire at the Margaretville carnival that destroyed a vendor’s tent and most of his merchandise. More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Lewis Grocholl

Lewis E. Grocholl, a resident of Schneider Avenue in Fleisch- manns passed away on July 5, 2015 doing what he loved, working outdoors and enjoying the day.  More...

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