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Snowmobile races benefit from storm

Up to 1,000 people are expected at Bobcat  More...

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Sports

Miller leads MCS in scoring but team bows to Jefferson

Almost nothing went right for the Margaretville Blue Devils in Jefferson Wednesday night as they fell to the Jayhawks, 49-39. More...

Girl's Basketball

FAST BREAK – Mazzy Williams rebounded the ball and made a fast break to the basket, leading the Lady Rams down the court to make another point. Photos by Taylor Day. More...

Basketball League standings

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Cope to retire as Margaretville Mayor

Will not run in March 19 elections

With   Mayor Diana  Cope firmly insisting she will not be running for re-election, it remains an open question as to who the next mayor of Margaretville will be and who will serve on the Village Board. More...

Tyson Robb named Solid Waste Coordinator

Delhi — Tyson Robb has been named as Coordinator of the county’s Solid Waste Division for the Delaware County Department of Public Works according to an announcement last week by newly named DPW Commissioner Sue McIntyre. More...

News

We are God's dearly loved children

Reflections

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Newsmakers

Mead to seek re-election

MEETING MIKE - Iris Mead, a trustee with the Village of Margaretville, as among the community leaders who met with ORDA President/CEO Mike Pratt at the Boiceville Inn recently. More...

Sister Sparrow/ Kincheloe releases Gold

Sister Sparrow, known better to locals as More...

Obituaries  Free Access 

Michael Myers

Michael James Myers (Mike) was born on October 30, 1954 in Margaretville, the fourth son of William Henry and Mary Jane (Moran) Myers. He was known by all for his unfailing generosity and his strong work ethic.  More...

Richard “Dick” Clark

Richard (Dick) Kenneth Clark, age 85, a resident of Margaretville, New York died January 17, 2019 at Margaretville Hospital.  More...

Events

Ice Harvest Festival at Hanford Mills Museum: Winter’s Coolest Tradition

East Meredith – The most exciting winter festival in the region turns 30 this year when the Hanford Mills Museum in the Catskills’ East Meredith holds its Ice Harvest Festival on Saturday, Feb. 2, 2019. More...

Honest Brook kicks off winter season in Stamford Sunday

East Meredith - The Honest Brook Music Festival hosts its first concert of the winter season at 4:00 p.m. Sunday Jan. 27 at the Stamford United Methodist Church. Violinist Jennifer Liu and pianist Marisa Gupta will be the featured performers.  More...

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