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Regulation of farmstands a growing concern for town

By Jay Braman Jr.
With only a handful of spectators present, as compared to previous pubic standoffs on the issue, Shandaken officials gathered last Tuesday to try and hash out what to do about the farmstand fracas that has plagued the community for several years.


"Catskill Mountain Native Flora" exhibit featured at Erpf Gallery

Arkville — The Catskill Center’s Erpf Gallery will present an exhibition entitled “Catskill Mountain Native Flora” by painter Helene Manzo. A public opening reception will be held on Saturday, May 29, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Erpf Gallery in Arkville. The show will hang through July 31.


Public hearing is June 5 on Middletown Comprehensive Plan

By Brian Sweeney
A public hearing on the proposed Town of Middletown Comprehensive Plan will be held Saturday, June 5 at 10 a.m. at the Margaretville Fire Department on Church Street. The Middletown Planning Board will conduct the hearing. Public input on the Draft Plan is critical in order to ensure the plan addresses the concerns of the residents and landowners in the Town of Middletown.


RCS hosted Stop-DWI mock crash

Roxbury — Roxbury Central School (RCS) students in grades seven through 12 experienced a “mock crash” dramatization last Thursday afternoon followed by a presentation and question and answer assembly on the hazards of drinking and driving.  The combined outdoor and indoor experience began on the school’s front lawn the day before the school’s junior prom. 


Proposed Esopus "no kill" fishing zone opens can of worms with anglers, Trout Unlimited

By Jay Braman Jr.
A proposal to make it against the law to catch and kill trout from the Esopus Creek has drawn a rise from local fishermen and caused some disagreement within the ranks of Trout Unlimited.
Trout Unlimited is a national organization with more than 150,000 volunteer members organized into about 400 chapters from Maine to Montana to Alaska.


Plattekill Mountain to host major gravity event Sunday

Roxbury — Plattekill Mountain will host one of the largest mountain bike downhill race events it has ever held this Sunday, May 23 beginning at 11 a.m. Hundreds of racers are expected to compete, including several of the nation’s and the world’s top riders.


Vintage teams "play ball" on Saturday

Roxbury — Summer’s coming early to Roxbury’s Kirkside Park, where three Delaware County vintage baseball clubs will launch a season of summer fun and fierce competition on Saturday, May 22.
At noon, a doubleheader begins with the veteran Roxbury Nine facing the hard-hitting battery of the Bovina Dairymen. Then the Nine will take on their neighborly rivals from Fleischmanns, the Mountain Athletic Club.


Margaretville graduate will spend a year in Thailand as Fulbright Teaching Assistant

By Julia Green
Roughly 230 miles north of Bangkok in lower northern Thailand sits a city called Phitsanulok. The capital of Phitsanulok Province, which stretches to the Laotian border, the name of the city means “Vishnu’s Heaven.”
It is here that Fleischmanns native Claire Cella will spend the next year as a teaching assistant, thanks to an English Teaching Assistantship Award from The J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board.


"You're a Good Man Charlie Brown" on stage at Andes this week

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Andes — The Peanuts Gang, characters from Charles Schulz’s beloved comic strip, will invade the Andes Central School (ACS) stage on Friday and Saturday nights, May 21 and 22.  ACS students will perform “You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown,” a musical production based on Schulz’s famous comic strip.  Show times both evenings are scheduled for 7 p.m.


Wilber Corp. reports rise in earnings

Oneonta – The Wilber Corporation, parent company of Wilber National Bank on Friday reported net income of $1.764 million and basic and diluted earnings per share of 16 cents for the three-month period ended March 31.


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