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Roxbury's Golden Seal Building will receive upgrades and facelift

Roxbury — The gateway to the hamlet of Roxbury will see major improvements next spring and summer. The historic Golden Seal Building has recently received a leg up for much-needed health and safety upgrades, weatherization, and exterior façade restoration.


Andes hosts NHS dinner

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Service is a foundational tenet of National Honor Society and New York State Business Honor Society Chapters. On October 27, the Andes Central School Chapters joined forces to sponsor a community service event honoring local volunteers. The Andes chapters brought together members of the Andes Fire Department, the Emergency Medical Squad and the Auxiliary for an honor dinner and recognition program. Over 50 local volunteers were recognized.


Trout fishing future is topic

Boiceville — The Ashokan-Pepacton Watershed Chapter of Trout Unlimited welcomes Ed and Judy Van Put for an exciting evening exploring the roots and current and future status of “Trout Fishing in the Catskills” on Wednesday, Nov. 18 at 8 p.m. at the Boiceville Inn.


Holiday Fair Saturday at MRCC

Margaretville — The Auxiliary of Margaretville Hospital and Mountainside Residential Care Center will hold its annual Holiday Fair on Saturday, Nov. 14 from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Mountainside.


Alta hosting log raisings for up-close building view

Alta Log Homes held a Log Home Raising on October 31 in Halcottsville, to which community members were invited to learn about the process of building log homes and to learn about how such houses become energy-efficient once completed.


Margaretville Hospital offers flu season advice; H1N1 vaccines available at Family Health Centers

Margaretville — With flu season underway, Margaret-ville Hospital has issued some guidelines for procedures to follow if an illness is suspected.


Emerson Resort & Spa names new spa manager

Mt. Tremper — Naomi Umhey, chief executive officer of the Emerson Resort & Spa, has announced the recent addition of Patricia Ullmann as manager of the resort’s Mobil Four Star spa.


County gears up for flu threat

By Julia Green
Across the country, sniffles and low-grade fevers have led to increased vigilance and alarm in recent weeks, as national awareness of the H1N1 virus – known colloquially as “swine flu” – continues to grow.


Curator's Choice show opens at Chace; artists' reception planned for Saturday

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Andes — Chace-Randall Gallery presents “Curator’s Choice,” a group exhibition by the gallery’s permanently exhibiting artists opening Friday and hanging until Dec. 31. A reception for the artists will be held Saturday, Nov. 14 from 5 to 7 p.m.


Andes board ruling stirs hard feelings over signage

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By Matthew J. Perry
Town planning and zoning boards of appeal are not known as hotbeds of drama. They tend go about their business quietly, mostly because that business, no matter how important it may be to a municipality, is rarely exciting.
But last month members of the Andes Zoning Board of Appeals made a decision that still has the community buzzing, often with anger and frustration. What could have touched off a fractious debate?
A sign. Or a mural. It depends on whom you ask.


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