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Saturday, May 25, 2019

Community

In General

DRBC Will Present on Flow Management for the Delaware River at June 6 UDC Meeting

NARROWSBURG — The Upper Delaware Council (UDC) will host a presentation on “Flow Management for the Delaware River” by Delaware River Basin Commission Executive Director Steve Tambini and Manager of Water Resource Operations Amy Shallcross beginning at 7 p.m. on Thursday, June 6, at the UDC office ...read more


Health

Wayne Memorial Welcomes New Interventional Cardiologist

HONESDALE, PA - Wayne Memorial Hospital is proud to announce that Interventional and Nuclear Cardiologist Sabu J. George, MD, FACC, has been appointed Medical Director of the Heart & Vascular Center. Since opening in June of 2016, the Center has provided comprehensive, life-saving heart ...read more


Military Notes

Civil Air Patrol Cadets go Flying!

BETHEL - September 22 dawned with fog and mist but by 11 a.m. the visibility had improved and the clouds had lifted to allow seven cadets from the Sullivan County Cadet Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol (CAP) to fly in a Cessna 172.
As part of their membership, CAP cadets get five flights in the ...read more


Education

Monticello students breaking barriers to success

MONTICELLO - Bricks are tough to break, but paper is easy to tear. That's why the newly-erected “Wall of Barriers” at Monticello High School is made out of index cards rather than rocks. The brainchild of the Monticello High School (MHS) No Place for Hate committee (NPFH), the “Wall of Barriers,” ...read more


Business

The Dime Bank Celebrates Employee Milestones

HONESDALE, PA - Each year The Dime Bank holds fitting tribute to specifically acknowledge and honor their employees who are celebrating five-year incremental career anniversaries with The Dime Bank. In 2019, The Dime Bank celebrated the milestones of 15 individuals marking 5, 15, 20, 30, and even ...read more


Family

Welcome to the world!

• Lisa and Michael Schmidt of Woodbourne announce the birth of a son, Xander James Schmidt, born May 14, 2019, at the Seelig Division of the Catskill Medical Center in Harris.
• Samantha and James Petrowsky of Forestburgh announce the birth of a daughter, Maeve Marilyn Petrowsky, born May 15, ...read more


Agriculture

Farm Scale Inspection with NYS Ag & Markets at Catskills Food Hub

LIBERTY - In preparation for the upcoming farmer's market season, Catskills Food Hub will host a group inspection for agricultural scales for New York State farmers. Farmers can drop their scales off between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. May 3, 6, or before 12 p.m. on the 7 to get their scale inspected by ...read more


College Notes

Congratulations Matthew!

Matthew McRell graduated from Hartwick College in Oneonta on May 18th. McRell received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Creative Writing. Proud parents are Andrew and Kelly McRell, brother Patrick and Grandparents are Robert and Deborah Johaneman.


Arts & Culture

NY Gypsy All Stars perform at the Hancock Town Square

HANCOCK - Hancock welcomes the New York Gypsy All Stars to the Town Square for the first performance of the 2019 season of Summer Nights LIVE! on The Square on Friday, June 7, at 7:30 p.m.
The New York Gypsy All Stars jump the turnstiles of Balkanalia, Turkish roots, and Gypsy soul with funky ...read more


Celebrations & Anniversaries

Crowd Packs Church for Pastor's 25th Anniversary Jubilee

The global Catholic Church was on full display at last Sunday's 25th anniversary celebration for Father Ignatius Vu Xuan Thu, pastor at St. George-St. Francis parish in Jeffersonville and Youngsville.
More than 200 people crowded into the Jeff church for the 3 p.m. Mass, including a strong ...read more


Parades

Honey Bee Festival increases respect for the species

The late Borscht Belt comedian Rodney Dangerfield used to complain that he never got any respect.
Well, after a third annual Narrowsburg Honey Bee Festival, it looks like honeybees are getting a little more respect through educational programs and the beekeeper vendors who are a key component of ...read more


Awards & Milestones

Today's Students Tomorrow's Teachers Program Honors Graduating Seniors at Recognition Ceremony

LIBERTY -? The Mid-Hudson Valley Region's Today's Students Tomorrow's Teachers (TSTT) Program honored fourteen graduating seniors, program mentors, and participating school districts at its 3rd Annual Recognition Ceremony last week.
These fourteen individuals are on their journey to become the ...read more


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