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Sports

Tough tourney day for Rams; Eagles top girls, Marathon runs past boys

Fine SK seasons end in Section 4 finals

South Kortright Ram fans’ dreams of two Section IV soccer titles this year came crashing to earth Monday afternoon as both their boys’ and girls’ teams were soundly beaten in the championship games in Oneonta at the Wright National More...

Burns turns up heat for Rams in boys’ sectional tournament

Most people think of soccer as a game played with the feet. Not so for South Kortright senior Derek Burns. Burns plays soccer with his head. Literally. More...

Dubois’ 4 goals pace SK girls in semis

The South Kortright Lady Rams rallied from one goal down at the end of the first half to earn a 2-2 tie at the end of regulation time last Wednesday in Oneonta and then erupted for three unanswered goals during overtime to earn a 5-2 win over the Sch More...

Events

Open Eye program observes centennial of WWI Armistice

Margaretville — “Middletown in World War I,” an illustrated talk with readings from soldiers’ letters home, will be presented by the Historical Society of Middletown and the Open Eye Theater Saturday, Nov. 3 at 2 p.m. More...

Dual show unveiled this week at Longyear Gallery

Margaretville — Two featured artists’ shows, Anthony Margiotta’s “Tangent Art” and Tom Rapin’s “Narrative Sculpture,” opening this week at Margaretville’s Longyear Gallery.  More...

Know your rights is important at polling places on Election Day

A benefit of the hot political climate in the US now is a renewed interest in voting. More...

County Board hears drug plan savings update

Discount card provides savings for underinsured

The Delaware County Board of Supervisors gave the privilege of the floor twice when it last met to hear about a successful Prescription Discount Card Program and updates from Cornell Cooperative Extension.  Marketing and business development sup More...

D&U on track for return to Ulster

Scenic train ride will again travel to Highmount area

The Delaware and Ulster Railroad (D&U) scenic train ride will soon be taking passengers into Ulster County, it was announced this month. More...

News

Police planning checkpoints

Albany — The New York State Police and local law enforcement will increase patrols to crack down on impaired driving and underage drinking through Halloween. More...

Catskill tri-county editorial group looking ahead

New publication makes great gift for holiday season

Gilboa — Two dozen members of the editorial staff of Catskill Tri-County Historical Views met on Saturday, Oct. More...

Van Blarcum, Figueroa square off in Ulster Sheriff’s race

After facing off in the Democratic primary, incumbent Paul Van Blarcum will again square off against challenger Juan Figueroa for the job of Ulster County Sheriff.  More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Florence Taylor

A private graveside service was held on October 25, in the cherished memory of Florence Taylor who passed away September 14, 2018.  Florence was born April 6, 1922 and when her loving family gathered to mourn her loss, the Rev. More...

Edwin Preiser

Edwin N. Preiser, 96, an owner of vacation property in Andes, passed away on October 21, 2018. Edwin was born on January 6, 1922 to the late Albert and Genevieve (Coombs) Preiser. He was a lifelong resident of White Plains. More...

Lillian Steinfeld

Lillian Steinfeld, 99 of Steinfeld Road, died peacefully Sunday, Oct. 28, 2018 at her residence in Halcott Center.  She was born May 19, 1919 in New York City, daughter of the late Theodore and Bessie Gerhardt Danis. More...

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