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TENDING THE CROPS — Myrna Greenhall and Glen Pedersen sell cauliflower and cookbooks to festival goers at Saturday’s annual Cauliflower Festival at the Village Park in Margaretville. More...

Hate message targets Middletown candidates

Middletown Matters campaign signs defaced by vandals

Area residents were dismayed last week when fallout from the national political scene drifted into town. More...

Super Job

VOLUNTEER STAR — Carole Chandler, left, was honored last week as a Shandaken “Park Super Hero” for her tireless advocacy work on behalf of Pine Hill’s Smith Park. More...

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Sports

RCS boys, girls split in soccer matches

South Kortright takes both home and away games

The Roxbury Rockets suffered a pair of losses at the hands of South Kortright on September 20, the boys, 3-1, at home and the girls, 2-0, in South Kortright.   More...

Margaretville be-Devils Downsville

The Margaretville Blue Devils got back their winning ways last week Tuesday with a 2-1 victory against the Eagles on the road in Downsville. More...

BOWLING

Organization League

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Library to host series of events  Free Access 

Pine Hill - The Morton Memorial (Pine Hill) Library will host a series of fall programs including Bingo for Books this Friday night, Sept. More...

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Community Expo on tap in GG; Still time for vendors to participate  Free Access 

Grand Gorge — Plans are nearly complete for this Saturday, Sept. 30 when the Grand Gorge Business Alliance will host its first-ever Delaware County Community and Small Business Expo at the Grand Gorge Civic Center. More...

Health care updates focus of community forum Oct. 2

Hospital officials will provide info in meeting at MCS

A Community Forum covering updates and changes in health care delivery for the community has been scheduled for Monday evening, Oct. 2 according to officials from WMC Health and Margaretville Hospital.  More...

Joyful Gathering

CELEBRATION — John Henry Auran and Terry Cohen celebrated Rosh Hashanah with friends and families of all different religions at Mountainside Residential Care Center last Thursday. Looking on is Sharon Abrams. More...

News

Dickerson named to staff of Western Catskills group

Stamford – Western Catskills Community Revitalization Council, Inc. (WCCRC) announced the appointment of James Dickerson to the staff of the long-established rural preservation company.  More...

MARK Project has submitted applications for Middletown, Roxbury home repair funds

Arkville — The MARK Project, a community revitalization organization that focuses on economic development and housing needs for our local towns and villages, recently submitted two Community Development Block Grant applications on behalf of Mid More...

Top 5 ways to prepare your home for the fall

The fall season has made its grand entrance this year. The leaves on the trees are in the early stages of falling and changing color. Halloween decorations are out and pumpkins are back in season. More...

Events

Free film screening on legendary forester at Open Eye Theater Lark in the Park event

Arkville—The Catskill Forest Association and the Iroquois Chapter of the Society of American Foresters will hold a free public screening of America’s First Forest: Carl Schenck and the Asheville Experiment—the first full-length documentary film about More...

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Wild Saturday features Burroughs’ ‘alien invaders’

Roxbury— “Alien Invaders in Burroughs’s Backyard” is the final Wild Saturday program at Woodchuck Lodge. Scheduled for Saturday, Oct.  More...

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