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Walton CS ‘Student’ Receives a Hoof Trimming

WALTON - Walton Central School (WCS) hosted a visitor, Joe Hafele, who helped a new pal in the animal science class. “Joe Hafele came to our Animal Science class to trim our miniature … more

Police Blotter

Delaware County Sheriff’s Office • Eric Palmatier, 46, Harpersfield, was arrested on June 17 and charged with failure to provide proper food and drink to impounded animals and … more

LOOKING BACK

100 Years Ago, SATURDAY MAY 10, 1919 THE WEEK IN WALTON What We Are Talking About at the County Hub WILL OBSERVE MEMORIAL DAY School Trustees Elected - Petty Thieving at Fire - Music Festival of … more

Looking Back

100 Years Ago, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1918 THE WEEK IN WALTON What We Are Talking About at the County Hub J. Q. BARLOW SELLS FARM Military Drills Resumed - Broke Arm on Fair Ground - Draft … more

Davenport Girl Miss Delaware County Fair 2018

There were three candidates at the entertainment tent at The Delaware County competing for the honor of wearing the Miss Delaware County Fair crown this year. This year’s winner is … more

Meet Dublin, The Playful Appaloosa

HOBART - Meet Dublin, a four-year-old Hobart horse owned by Kelsey Little, andThe Reporter pet of the week. According to Christy Cole, who boards Dublin at Broken Spoke Stables in Hobart, … more

Progress In the Forest

The more I learn about the forests within these Catskill Mountains, the more I can’t wrap my head around one thing; The 19th and early 20th century. This time period is imprinted upon the … more

Horse Shows are a Way of Life for Vintage Valley Farm Owner

DELHI - For Lindsay Perry- Atkinson, owner of Delhi’s Vintage Valley Farm LLC in Delhi, horses are not only something that encompass her life, they envelop her heart as well. “My … more

Looking Back

100 Years Ago, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1918 THE WEEK IN WALTON What We Are Talking About at the County Hub FINE LECTURE COURSE READY Go Easy on Coal - Two Days to Register - Prof. Cupp … more

LOOKING BACK

100 Years Ago, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1918 THE WEEK IN WALTON What We Are Talking About at the County Hub THE SILK MILL TO ENLARGE Chamber of Commerce Active - Trainman Gets Bad Fall - Hurt in … more

LOONING BACK

100 YEARSAGO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1919 THE WEEK IN WALTON What We Are Talking About at the County Hub MANY BUYING HOMES HERE Reception for Pastor andWife—Accidents in Factories—State Road … more

“Performance of one of Ballou’s Patent Threshing Machines”

An advertisement, dated February 7, 1825, appeared in the Delaware Gazette concerning mechanical progress made in threshing – and the effectiveness of a particular machine as demonstrated in … more

Improvements, Repairs and Sexual Harassment Training Top Colchester Meeting Topics

The Colchester Town Board discussed the Downsville Water District improvements, road and pool repairs and sexual harassment training at the Sept. 4 meeting. Jeff Francisco of Delaware Engineering … more

Delancey

Worship services for the DeLancey, Hamden and West Delhi churches during March will be held in DeLancey church at 11 a.m. with Rev. Patty Wolff. I welcome news from folks. Give me a call: … more

Stories from Old Bovina

In the spring of 1839, two members of the same family met their ends by drowning, one by accident and the other apparently intentionally. On April 13, as later reported in the Delaware Gazette, … more

Stamford’s George Bergleitner Honored As Del. Co. Republican of the Year

DELHI - The 66th annual Lincoln Day dinner was held at the Delhi American Legion Friday evening. Delaware County Republican Committee Chairperson Maria Kelso introduced the key speakers who … more

DeLancey

Worship services for the DeLancey, Hamden and West Delhi churches during July will be held in the DeLancey church at 11 a.m. with the Rev. Connie Stone. Our prayers and “hope … more

Looking Back

100 Years Ago, SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1918 THE WEEK IN WALTON What We Are Talking About at the County Hub PREPARING FOR FOURTH LOAN Rev. Wyckoff Resigns - Child Eats Strychnine Pills - Knocked From … more

Looking Back

100 Years Ago, SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1918 THE WEEK IN WALTON What We are Talking About at the County Hub DOG TAX MUST BE PAID High School Students May Dance - Large Sales of War Savings Stamps - … more

Looking Back

100 Years Ago, SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1918 THE WEEK IN WALTON What We Are Talking About at the County Hub WALTON MEN COMMISSIONED Arm Broken Cranking Auto - Guardsmen Coming North - Boy Painfully … more
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