August 22, 2018 RSS feed / News

Public Service Notices

Delaware County Public Health announces free Rabies Vaccination Clinics for dogs, cats and ferrets on:  • August 22, 2018 from 5PM-7PM at the Franklin Fire Hall, 351 Main St. More...

DCEC plans Membership Meeting

Delhi — The annual meeting of the members of the Delaware County Electric Cooperative (DCEC) will be held on Friday, Sept. 21 at the Delaware Academy and Central School. More...

Making A Difference

When it comes to local history, Ray LaFever is a veritable treasure chest of knowledge, but perhaps more impressive are the ways in which he uses that knowledge to enrich his community.  More...

Chief Master Sgt. Winfield Hinkley Jr. has new leadership post

Joint Base Elmenforf- Richardson, Alaska — Chief Master Sgt. More...

Grant to boost Gould Church preservation work; Fund-raising campaign will launch in September

Extensive project work necessary for historic building

The Jay Gould Memorial Reformed Church in Roxbury, one of the region’s most significant historic structures, will get a much-needed boost for its renovation project thanks to a $262,000 grant award.  More...

Congregation B’nai Israel marks century, starts next one

Fleischmanns — The last weekend in July we celebrated the first 100 years of Congregation Bnai Israel.  More...

American Red Cross announces Blood Donation Opportunities

Hancock   8/27/2018: 1 p.m. - 6 p.m., Father Rausch Memorial Hall, 316 West Main Street  Roxbury   8/27/2018: 1 p.m. - 6 p.m., Carriage House, Jay Gould Memorial Church, Main Street, 53837 State Highway 30  Sidney   More...

Bloom Fabric, Art & Retreat takes top CE fair prize

Walton — Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Executive Director and Fair Committee members annually select and invite those businesses and services that align with Extension’s education mission to exhibit at the Delaware County Fair.&nb More...

News intern Nicole Brybag on to new adventures

Will pursue degree at SUNY Oneonta for teaching career

Over the course of the past three years, the Catskill Mountain News has been a part of Nicole Brybag’s life. She has worked behind the scenes and as a reporter, a photographer and an administrative assistant. More...

Mormon teens ‘trek’ Catskill Scenic Trail

The rain had passed, and the sun was shining. Voices of more than 100 people could be heard by the Catskill Scenic Trail in Bloomville. One could see cars and pickup trucks, parked near handcarts. More...

Tracing Gould Church history

The Reformed Church of Roxbury was organized on August 30, 1802 by the Rev. Moses Froelight from Ulster Classis under the name of “The Church of Beaverdam.” Consistorial records show 12 communicant members. More...

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