June 8, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

Hauler tries bear-proof trash cans

Ongoing bear issue creating headaches for many people

Evidence of the problem is everywhere. Monday mornings often bring the ugly sight of garbage strewn all over the roads in the region after weekenders put out the trash only to have bears come by and tear it apart in search of a meal. More...

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NYC Watershed

CWC a model program in partnership with city

Relationship has strong track record of successful work

When people are asked to list the benefits of living at the heart of the New York City Watershed, the Catskill Watershed Corporation (CWC) doesn’t often come to mind. It should. More...

Sports

ACS track & field athletes earn trip to NY State finals

Cheyenne Weaver and Peter DiPierro excelled at sectionals

Last Thursday afternoon, members of the Andes Central School community gathered on the school’s athletic fields for a special send-off. More...

Area kids getting kicks from Delaware Co. Youth Soccer Association play

Popular program teaches skills and sportmanship

The Delaware County Youth Soccer Association continues to grow and provide kids with the opportunity to improve their skills and learn the game. More...

Delaware League names spring sports All-Star teams

Delaware League 2016 All- Stars for the 2016 for softball, baseball and tennis were announced this week. Softball All-Stars More...

Events

Water Foundation dedication June 26

Fleischmanns — The water fountain dedication and celebration that was planned for Sunday, June 5 at the village park was postponed due to heavy rain.  The event has been re-scheduled for Sunday, June 26 at 1:00 p.m.   More...

That's Entertainment

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MTC Dials Up 100!

CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION — Margaretville Telephone Company Board Chairman Doug Hinkley, right, and Larry Roadman, great-grandson of company founder John Birdsall, cut a cake marking MTC's 100th a More...

CWC a model program in partnership with city

Relationship has strong track record of successful work

When people are asked to list the benefits of living at the heart of the New York City Watershed, the Catskill Watershed Corporation (CWC) doesn’t often come to mind. It should. More...

Policies clarified at Middletown Board session

Town seeking bids for water super. for two hamlets

Town of Middletown officials clarified policies and procedures last week to resolve outstanding issues causing concern with highway department activities. More...

1,000 Books And Counting

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News

Bold bear wreaking havoc for Grand Gorge resident

While it’s always exciting to see a wild bear, Roxbury Constable Steve Williamson reports that a Ferris Hill, Grand Gorge woman is seeing more of one than she really wants to.  Williamson told the News Tuesday than Missy Carn had been in G More...

Neighbors fear RR graveyard being built in different location

Residents concerned over possible eyesore

Even though the Catskill Mountain Railroad has officially dropped plans to build a railyard in Phoenicia, following strong opposition from neighbors of the proposed location, those same neighbors say there’s work being done anyway that appears More...

Arkville cutoff rd. closed two weeks beginning June 13

Arkville — The Delaware County Department of Public Works will be closing county Route 38 (the Crossroads) to through traffic on Monday, June 13 at 7 a.m. to make major repairs to the railroad crossing.  More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Isabelle Fenton

Mrs. Isabelle Bentley Fenton, 94, of Juno Beach, FL, died peacefully at home early Wed- nesday morning, June 1, 2016. Isabelle was born in New Rochelle on May 13, 1922, the daughter of Bertram and Louise (McCumber) Bentley. More...

Preston Van Dusen

Preston A. Van Dusen, 90, a long time resident of Grand Gorge, died Sunday June 5, 2016 at Cobleskill Regional Hospital.  He was born August 15, 1925 in Grand Gorge, the son of Merton and Harriet (Haynes) Van Dusen. More...

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