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Andes — The Tremperskill Boys will bring their high-energy, fiddle-driven music with them when they open the season at the Pleasant Valley Meeting House on Saturday, May 8 at 7 p.m.
This skilled band of musicians is intent on pleasing with less well-known but musically well crafted Irish, Scottish and Appalachian tunes brought to life with the accordion, claw hammered banjo, flute and fiddles.


Board member applicants being sought

Margaretville — The Middletown Town Board is seeking persons interested in serving on the town’s various appointed boards. The boards involved are the planning board, the zoning board of appeals and the board of assessment review.


Winner's Circle Leadership Day set for Friday at Christian Center

Margaretville — Com-munity private and public sector leaders, professionals, business owners and sales professionals are invited to attend the second annual Winner’s Circle Leadership Day on Friday, May 7.


RCS team scores at Science Olympiad

Roxbury — The Roxbury Central School Science Olympiad Team claimed six medals and a 10th-place overall finish at the Junior High Science Olympiad State Finals at SUNY New Paltz last weekend. In addition, the Roxbury team, which features students in seventh, eighth and ninth grades, narrowly missed taking home the Best Small School trophy by a mere two places.


Pine Hill battle shaping up over sewer district extension

By Jay Braman Jr.
It was reminiscent of the bad old days in the Town of Shandaken, where Monday night a public hearing on a plan to extend the Pine Hill Sewer District spiraled downward to an old-fashioned free for all with lots of yelling and gavel banging.
The matter at hand was whether the Pine Hill Sewer District should be extended to include another 30 properties in accordance with an agreement reached over a decade ago between the town and the city of New York.


"Talent" displayed at CMCC show

Margaretville — The Catskill Mountain Christian Center (CMCC) hosted CMCC Has Talent! on Sunday night, April 11, awarding the very prestigious Hammy Awards to select performances. Of the 11 acts, first prize went to Paul Engelhardt, Deanna Barto and backup singers Joseph Barto, Skylar Barto and Tylor Barto who performed Sonny & Cher’s classic “I Got You Babe” in ’60s costume.


Herman Gottfried was landowner ally versus NYC

By Diane Galusha
Herman Gottfried, an attorney who represented hundreds of residents and business owners dispossessed by New York City’s Pepacton and Cannonsville reservoir projects, died April 24, 2010 at the age of 99.
Gottfried, just six months shy of his 100th birthday, passed away at Huntington Hospital in Huntington.


Annual report highlights 2009 CWC accomplishments

Margaretville — Despite challenging economic conditions, the Catskill Watershed Corporation (CWC) continued to make strides with its environmental protection, business assistance and education programs during 2009.


Relay for Life this weekend in Delhi

Delhi — The Delaware County Relay For Life will kick off on April 30 with a special Survivors’ Lap, an experience honoring those who have defeated cancer. Survivors will join to walk the opening lap as the rest of the event’s participants surround the track in support.


"Alternating Current" in the air at Longyear

Opening this week at Margaretville’s Longyear Gallery is “Alternating Current” featuring the paintings of Bovina artist Corneel Verlaan. The Artist’s Reception will take place Saturday, May 1, from 3 to 6 p.m.


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