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MCS honor students named

The following students of Margaretville Central School were named to the Honor Roll for the third quarter of the 2008-2009 school year.


Volunteers sought at DCHA in Delhi

Do you have a few hours to spare? Roll up your sleeves and join the fun at the Delaware County Historical Association’s (DCHA) Volunteer Work Day from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 2 at the museum’s site on Route 10, three miles northeast of Delhi.


Quick firefighter response saves Hasay Realty office

By Brian Sweeney
Quick response by firefighters is credited with saving a Fleischmanns real estate office from serious fire damage Sunday night.
The fire at Hasay Realty on Depot Street was spotted by a neighbor about 9 p.m. Fleischmanns Fire Chief Todd Wickham said that when volunteers arrived, flames were visible in the basement.


Local students earn NCOC honors

The following ONC BOCES, Northern Catskill Occupational Center students were named to the Principal’s List and Honor Roll for the third quarter of the 2008-2009 school year.


Blues Maneuver will rock Dance-a-thon

Blues Maneuver play at the third annual Dance-a-Thon on Saturday, April 18 at 7 p.m. at Belleayre Mountain’s Upper Lodge in Highmount.
The event is a fund-raiser for the Auxiliary of Margaretville Hospital and Mountainside Residential Care Center.
While dance lessons will one again be part of the action, the evening’s focus will be on hitting the dance floor and socializing.


Senior Legion players wanted for summer play in Delhi

Efforts are underway to build a Delhi Senior Legion baseball roster in anticipation of fielding a team this summer.


4-H Chefs' Club a tasty treat

By Thomas Cantrell
Have you ever wanted to try your hand at cooking? If so, Chefs’ Club, presented by 4-H, is a great way to get started. The teachers are friendly, the recipes are fun, and the food is fantastic. Plus they even give you some free utensils like knives, measuring cups, rolling pins etc. on the first day.


Stream cleanups planned locally

The Catskill Corporation (CWC) will once again support groups and individuals who clean litter and other debris from stream banks in their neighborhoods.
Youth and school groups, church organizations, civic and business associations, neighborhood groups and teams of friends are encouraged to scour stream and riversides for trash and to dispose of it properly.


Man found dead near Halcottsville after police search from air, ground

By Brian Sweeney
A 41-year-old Michigan man was found dead Friday afternoon near Halcottsville, following a search by New York State Troopers and Roxbury Police Officer Steve Williamson.


Roxbury News: April 15, 2009

by Barbara Scudder
It was a full house at the John Burroughs 172nd Birthday Party held at Cassie’s Café in Roxbury on Saturday, April 4. A dramatic reading “A Delaware County Life,” composed entirely from Burroughs’ works, was compiled and edited by Francis (Frank) Carbone of New Kingston. Fourteen readers from Roxbury and surrounding communities shared Burroughs’ reflections on everything from stone walls to birds’ nests. Mark Doerrier of LaGrangeville rendered Burroughs’ poem “Waiting” accompanying himself on the guitar.


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