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Dean Frazier stepping down from Watershed Affairs post

Surprise revelation made at BOS meeting

The spotlight was on Commissioner of Watershed Affairs Dean Frazier at the Delaware County Board of Supervisors meeting where in addition to giving an update on a recent program solicitation meeting, he announced his retirement. More...

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Sports

McDaniel fires perfect game to lead Roxbury softball win

Rockets win 3 of 4 in softball contests

Claire McDaniel fired a perfect game on April 24, leading Roxbury to a 19-0 victory over visiting Windham.  McDaniel dominated from the outset and chalked up eight strikeouts in her dominant performance. More...

Rockets hand Rams first loss; SK blanks Devils

Roxbury was a 4-3 winner at South Kortright in baseball action on April 26.  The Rockets scored twice in the first inning and two more times in the fourth frame. More...

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Events

Chamber members visit trains

The Delaware & Ulster Railride will once again host the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce monthly First Friday eat & meet breakfast on Friday, May 4 in Arkville. More...

Open Eye Theater sets summer class schedule

Margaretville – The Open Eye Theater announces the opening of registration for Summer 2018 classes and workshops. Three popular workshops for children and adults return and one new class, “Lights up on Plays,” has been added. More...

College student leads tour

Delhi - The Delhi Historical Society (DHS) will be host an historical walking tour for Delhi on Saturday, May 5, at 11 a.m. The tour will start at the Cannon House located at 47 Main Street in Delhi and will feature five structures in the village. More...

ZBA denies variances for used car business

Neighbors fought plan for business in residential dist.

With baited breath and tremendous anticipation, a group of Hog Mountain residents awaited a decision by the Middletown Zoning Board of Approvals (ZBA) last week as it deliberated two variances being sought to operate a used car lot, owned by Larissa More...

Chris Tague holds slim lead in Assembly special election

Absentees ballots key

Republican Chris Tague holds a slim lead in the special election for the Assembly’s 102nd district held on April 24.  Mr. More...

Three candidates seeking one open seat on RCS Board

Voting for boards and school budgets is set for May 15

Roxbury will have the only contested school board races when district voters go to the polls on Tuesday, May 15. Budge votes will also take place at that time. Roxbury More...

News

Franklin Eyewear offers service

Franklin Eyewear will deliver services locally every other Wednesday starting today, May 2 when it sets up shop in the Catskill Mountain News building at 43414 Rt. 28 in Arkville. More...

VOLUNTEER VOICES

Grand Gorge Fire Department

The Grand Gorge Fire Department has roots as far back as 1899, when it was known as the Grand Gorge Hose Company. With 18 Charter Members, the company’s first piece of equipment was a hand drawn hose cart.  More...

A Catskill Portrait

Helping others is Frank Canavan’s North Star

Altruistic spirit comes naturally to NK resident   More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

“Dot” Andrews

Dorothy McCune “ Dot” Andrews passed from this life on April 23, 2018 at the Margaretville Memorial Hospital after a brief illness. She was 98. More...

Edna Griesser

Edna Griesser, of Oliverea died on April 20, 2018 at Albany Medical Center, at the age of 74 after a short battle with cancer.  She was born on January 11, 1944 daughter of the late Johanna Rickborn Pape and Carl Pape in Manhattan.  More...

Richard Lalosh Sr.

Richard J. Lalosh Sr., age 66 of Roxbury died April 24, 2018.  He was born in Bayshore, the son of Michael and Dolores (Coupe) Lalosh. More...

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