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Couple "bowled" over by visit

Roxbury — Tim and Elaine Hurley of Galway won a hand-turned John Burroughs Woodchuck Lodge Witness Tree Bowl in a give-away Thank-You Friends drawing conducted by Woodchuck Lodge, Inc. The drawing was conducted Dec. 12.


New manager takes over at Hanah

By Julia Green
Hanah Mountain Resort and Country Club in Margaretville is under new management as of Dec. 1. Replacing former manager Hidekazu Kiyono is new General Manager Toshiyuki Shioya, who began at the start of the month and is very clear about his priorities.


Christmas Charity Buffet set at Sportsman's Cantina

Phoenicia — In the spirit of the Holiday Season, Phoenicia’s Sportsman’s Alamo Cantina will open its doors on Christmas Day to welcome Shandaken’s needy, elderly, and “shut-ins” to its “First Annual Christmas Charity Buffet.”


Cookie contest was a sweet success

Margaretville — The first annual “Cookies and Caroling” event, which took place in the Commons Building of Margaretville on December 12, was a great success with more than 30 cookie entries from local bakers.


Andes choir to perform Sunday

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The Andes Church Community Choir, consisting this year of 36 members from around the area, will be performing “The Mystery and the Majesty” by Joseph M. Martin on Sunday, Dec. 20 at 7:30 p.m. at the Andes Presbyterian Church.


Bonds authorized for Arkville Water District project

Staff report
A resolution authorizing nearly $1.8 million in serial bonds to pay for Arkville Water District upgrades was approved December 8 by the Middletown Town Board.
The project to expand and renovate the Arkville Water District was initiated several years ago. Last December, after a series of public meetings, the town board voted to proceed with the project.


Fleischmanns gallery facelift complete

Fleischmanns — Aided by the warm fall weather, John and Gloria Mulloy, owners of property located at 1033 Main Street in Fleischmanns, which houses Art Et Cetera, Zoom Gallery and two apartments, completed their building makeover in record time.  Purchased in the spring, renovations were completed in under six months.


Route 28 paving funding secured

By Jay Braman Jr.
Property owners along Route 28 were all smiles earlier this year when they heard that federal economic stimulus money was to be spent to repave the road from Route 375 in West Hurley to the Ulster/Delaware county line at Highmount.


"Top Chef" was cookin' in Roxbury

By Dorothy Jennings
Catskill residents experienced the first snowfall of the season Saturday evening coinciding with the inaugural “Top Chef” event to benefit the MARK Project with a contribution made to Community Christmas projects. For those hearty souls who braved the inclement weather and treacherous driving conditions, they were rewarded with a night to remember.


Belleayre officially opens for 60th season

By Jay Braman Jr.
It’s official. Belleayre Ski Center is open for the season. Mother Nature finally sent the needed cold weather to the Northeast last week, along with five inches of natural snow over the weekend enabling Belleayre to open for its 60th season.


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