Strong defense propels Rams to tournament win

   By John Bernhardt A swarming, opportunistic defense help propel the South Kortright Rams to the championship of their annual season-opening Thanksgiving Tourn-ament last weekend. Full Story

Belleayre Mountain a viable facility

   To The Editor: Last week’s editorial, “State is disconnected from reality” began a much needed conversation and exploration of economy and common sense that I would like to continue here and hopefully see continued in other venues. Full Story

New RCS girls' hoop coach takes team back to basics

   By John Bernhardt First-year Roxbury coach Lisa Faraci is hoping to help her girls rediscover the joy and excitement in playing basketball. Full Story

Roxbury Christmas fund is low

   To The Editor: For many years the generous contributions of individuals, churches, businesses and community organizations have more than met the expenses of the Roxbury Community Christmas Project. Full Story

Speed will be key to Roxbury boys' hoops

   By John Bernhardt Speed is the common denominator that Roxbury Coach Tom Faraci hopes will keep his Rockets in the mix in the Delaware League this winter. Full Story

Is it smart to listen to gas companies?

   To The Editor: Cabot Oil & Gas refuses to pay the fines levied by the Pennsylvania DEP for contaminating the drinking water in Dimock, PA.  It assures us that hydraulic fracturing for natural gas in the Marcellus Shale a mile below us is a perfe Full Story

Belleayre losses tied to GOP, Tea Party

   To The Editor: The Catskill Mountain News reports that people are trying to save 45-48 jobs at Belleayre; I hope they do! Full Story

Life On Regal-Hill: Dec. 1, 2010

   It’s time once again to start preparing for Christmas. The outside decorations are up, but I still haven’t found the outdoor extension cord that I use to plug them in so the lights can be turned on at night. Full Story

MARK Project heads back to Erpf House

   By Brian Sweeney The MARK Project, a regional economic development agency, has returned to its original home at the Erpf House in Arkville. Full Story

Fund-raising and resource development at CCCD

   Arkville — At a time of escalating financial hardship and cutbacks in state and federal funding due to the economic downturn, it is increasingly important that communities come up with creative ways to maintain and expand services for their cit Full Story