Transition Catskills presents Extinction Rebellion at Union Grove

California, burning. Australia, consumed by a furnace blast. The Amazon forest—the “lungs of the planet”—in flames. This is the year. The decisions we make over the next 12 months will determine our world. Come hear some straight talk about the climate crisis, and learn what others are doing, and what you can do. Dr. Art Weaver, an MD who also […]

Cooperative Extension sets January meeting

The Board of Directors of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Delaware County will meet at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 21 with a snow date of Monday, January 20, 2020 at the CCE office in Hamden to conduct business. The meeting is open to the public with comments no longer than ten minutes. “Accommodations for persons with disabilities may be requested […]

Mole’ works against taxpayers

To the Editor: I’m writing in regards to two issues that have commonality. The first is the outcome of a request to have the town of Bovina maintain a small portion of John Tuttle Rd., a distance of about 0.32 miles. The road has 4 full time residences on it; one is occupied by a visually impaired Vietnam veteran. In […]

Media reports were accurate

To the Editor: The media bashing* was eloquent. A few of the supervisors nodded their heads along with the words. None, besides the speaker and one who attended for his own testimony, were present at any of the Scuderi-Hunter hearings. I was there. What I heard and would speculate that the other 10 to 15 attendees besides the media heard […]

Community Christmas Project for the Roxbury School District


Dear Editor,             The holiday season is such a busy one for everyone, celebrations, shopping, wrapping, and baking. As we prepare, it is important to remember those who struggle to make the holidays affordable. With this in mind, the Community Christmas Project for the Roxbury School District is preparing. About fifty area families will receive turkeys with all the trimmings […]

Avoid expensive mistakes

To the Editor: Once again the topic of a new County DPW facility has been raised. The fact is that the present facilities are in a flood zone and in dire need of repair. Using inaccuracies to substantiate the arguments in favor of centralizing the entire facility to the McFarland / Marti “Riverview” property on County Route 18 in Delhi […]

Think carefully about dissolution

To the Editor: The upcoming vote on disincorporation presents Fleischmanns voters with an important and difficult choice. They are being asked to weigh a certain gain against an unknown number of uncertain losses—losses they cannot now foresee or calculate. The gain of course is the tax reduction that disincorporation will bring to every property owner. The size and therefore the […]

Climate collapse is impeachable offense

To the Editor: Both Matt Frisch and John Cerullo made points here recently on why Donald Trump should be impeached. Each mentioned climate change. I disagree with Mr. Cerullo, when he implies that doing nothing to stop climate collapse, is not an impeachable offense. The Constitution lists impeachable offenses as “Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.” It is […]


Amanda Kovacs-Benjamin

POSTMASTER — Amanda Kovacs-Benjamin was recently named the new Postmaster at the Arkville Post Office, where she has worked for the better part of the last year. Kovacs- Benjamin was sworn in at the post office on Route 28 in Arkville on Tuesday, November 19, where a small reception was held after. CNews photo by Eddie Donoghue.

Don’t lose your voice

To the Editor: So here we are, at a crossroad. Do we disincorporate the Village of Fleischmanns and lose our voice or do we remain independent? I suppose to some, perhaps saving “$200 a year” seems more important than keeping their identity. Through the years, volunteers have worked tirelessly to maintain and operate the village. At village meetings the floor […]

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