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The Delaware Youth Center Board of Directors would like to thank the Facility Maintenance Students from the Delaware Valley Job Corps, who along with their instructor, painted the 1900 square foot … more
GRAHAMSVILLE –– Students from Tri-Valley Central School District’s new Junior/Senior Civics and Social Justice class, taught by Matt Haynes and Tyler Eckhoff, displayed the skills … more
The threat of rain couldn't hold back the 26th Annual Tractor Parade in Callicoon this past Sunday. Storm clouds stayed away long enough for 178 tractors to make their way through town as the … more
David Buddenhagen is a former chief of the Hortonville Volunteer Fire Department. While a member of the department for 68 years, David was a mentor and a father figure to many of the young men and … more
Tri-Valley Central School’s FFA (Future Farmers of America) Club attended the New York State Convention from May 12-14 in Syracuse, New York and was awarded the Top Chapter in New York State … more
The Callicoon Fire Department has started hosting their monthly “Cars & Coffee” event on the First Sunday of every month. This past Sunday over 25 cars, trucks & motorcycles … more
The Liberty Middle School recently hosted their annual You Art What You Eat wellness art competition. The goal of the contest is to encourage students to learn about good nutrition through a creative … more
He was studying piano by the age of four and later mastered the flute, clarinet and saxophone. Loren “Jake” Lentz was born in Brown County, Minnesota – a New Year baby, born … more
Stepping off promptly at 1 p.m. on a hot and sunny Memorial Day, the Wurtsboro Memorial Day Parade turned the corner on State Route 209 and, with sirens and horns blaring from the emergency personnel … more
The powerful quartet known as Celtic Woman is now bringing their voices to the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts on the Pavilion Stage this Sunday. Celebrating their 16th anniversary, Celtic Woman … more
In an empty warehouse space that used to house a Buick dealership and, at one point, vending machines, a new museum has opened its doors along Broadway in Monticello. Assembly, the brainchild of … more
The Monticello Board of Education presented Board Awards to several individuals at its May 5 meeting, in acknowledgement of their service to the district. Monticello music teachers Mike Mingo and … more
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