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Nature understood exactly what we needed and gave us the most beautiful fall, with gorgeous hillsides all ablaze with bright reds, oranges and yellows and a smattering of evergreens tossed in. The … more

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Come support the Colchester Town Library at the Maple Leaf Festival on Oct. 10 from 10 to 3. The library table will be located in the Downsville Fire Hall and will include a basket raffle - themed … more

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The Colchester Community United Methodist Church (CCUMC) will be hosting a “Blessing of the Animals” service on Sunday, Oct. 4 at 10 a.m. The service will be held outside on the side … more

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This weekend we will celebrate Labor Day - the first Monday in September - September 7 this year, a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and … more

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Downsville Central School will host parent meetings to review the reopening plan. Parents will have the opportunity to attend in person or remotely. The purpose of these meetings is to address … more

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There will be a lawn sale at 54 Montgomery Avenue on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 14, 15 & 16, selling household goods and furniture from the estate of Jackie Houck.  Hours each day … more

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A recap of the Mid Summer Mayhem derby held earlier in July. There were 131 cars entered. We want to give congratulations to the champions, Compact 1st: Jamie Rake, 2nd: Holden Smith, Mad Dog: … more

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Despite the rain the Downsville Fire Department pulled off an awesome Mid-Summer Mayhem Derby and fireworks show. It was a very sloppy event due to the rain, but the community pulled together to … more

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One thing I think we should remember is “Patience is a Virtue.” Despite our desire to get back to our normal activities we must keep in mind that it is for our safety and the safety of … more

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The Colchester Town Clerk’s Office will be open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. You must call first to make an appointment. If you are not feeling well for any reason, do not come … more

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The Senate passed a bill to designate the bridge on state Route 30 in the hamlet of Downsville as the “Colchester Veterans Memorial Bridge.” The town of Colchester requested the … more

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The drive-through barbecued chicken dinner sponsored by the Cooks Falls/Horton Fire Department June 7 was a great success and they thank everyone that supported it. Delaware County, along with the … more

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Delaware County along with the rest of the Southern Tier has met the standards to move to Phase 2 business reopening. Before a business can reopen there are specific guidelines that must be complied … more

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Colchester community: it appears that our concern for each other over the past couple of months has worked, as we are on the first phase of restriction lifting. I appreciate all the sacrifices made … more

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We are still here, being still. Life’s events have been placed on hold again for this coming week.  Note the following changes: The transfer station will be closed Mondays and … more

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Happy April.   We can do this.  Our community is strong, we have some great people doing their very best to make the best of the current times.  The Downsville Central School is … more

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It is Spring. The yard is greening up, today is too rainy to go out peek in the flower beds for new shoots. Hopefully it will continue daily to become more beautiful outside to lift our spirits and … more

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Delaware County issued a State of Emergency on March 14, 2020. Most of us are feeling like a leaf in the wind, everything is moving and changing. Many of us find it hard to handle change and the loss … more

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Congratulations to Dawn D’addezio and Jeannie Langdon for a job well done last weekend. They ran a half marathon and raised over $1000 for those battling cancer. Thank you for being strong and … more

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Remember, March comes “in like a lion, out like a lamb.” March comes in still winter and will leave as spring. Did you know that March was once the first month of the year? There was no … more
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