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Stream protection is topic of Trout Unlimited program

Boiceville — The Ashokan-Pepacton Watershed Chapter of Trout Unlimited welcomes noted conservationist Wally John on Wednesday, Jan. 27 at 8 p.m. for an evening exploring ways to protect streams in the Catskills and enhance their use.


DEP offers help to streamside landowners

By Jay Braman Jr.
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has launched a $3.6 million program to help stop erosion along stream banks on private property in the vast New York City Watershed. Those interested in participating had better act quickly however, as applications are due no later than Feb. 1.


Islam focus of Jan. 31 Gould forum

Roxbury — Engaging the World Forum, where people of faith look at and share thoughts on challenging issues of contemporary life, will meet Sunday, Jan. 31, at 3 p.m. in the chapel of the Gould Church on Main Street in Roxbury.


Delaware County reunion planned in Florida Feb. 5

Haines City, Fla. — The 41st annual Delaware County Reunion will hold a potluck lunch for past and present residents of Delaware County on February 5 in Haines City, Florida at the First Presbyterian Church on 104 Scenic Hwy, Rt. 544, in Haines City.


Arkville family overwhelmed by support after losing everything to fire last Tuesday

Late last Wednesday afternoon, Arkville resident Jim Gauntt was on his way to Hunter-Tannersville to watch his son, Sean, play in Margaretville’s JV basketball game. Before tip-off, however, he was headed back home, having learned from his son’s coach that his house was on fire.


Hospital and MRCC change disposal practices following report from attorney general's office

Margaretville – Margaretville Hospital and Mountainside Residential Care Center have made immediate adjustments to pharmaceutical and medical waste disposal in response to a report from the state attorney general’s office.


Youth ensemble announces winter concerts

Delhi — The Little Delaware Youth Ensemble, under the musical direction of violinist Julie Signitzer, announces their winter concerts on Jan. 24 at Anderson Theatre, Hartwick College, Oneonta and on Jan. 31 at United Ministry Church, Courthouse Square, Delhi. Both concerts begin at 3 p.m. and are free and open to the public.


Supervisors fear NYC controls in watershed gas drilling future

By Matthew J. Perry
There has been little public comment at local town meetings. Unless a Delaware County resident has a taste for the hurly-burly of state politics, it is hardly a pressing issue, especially when compared to the pain caused by the local dreary economic climate.


Pine Hill Arms race series underway

Highmount — The Pine Hill Arms ski-race series is underway again every Wednesday at Belleayre Mountain Ski Center with registration beginning at 11 a.m.


CWC blasts AG's crackdown on watershed waste disposal

By Jay Braman Jr.
Town of Delhi Supervisor Peter J. Bracci calls it extortion.
Alan Rosa, executive director of the Catskill Watershed Corporation calls it “politics at its worst.”
Dennis Lucas, supervisor of the Town of Hunter, simply said, “The watershed blew up.”


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