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Fair Board President Rossley Optimistic As Fair Begins

The 133rd Delaware County Fair began today, Monday, Aug. 12, with chilly temperatures and fog. Ed Rossley, president of the fair board, said the grounds are in good shape, and that “just about … more

Looking Back

100 Years Ago, SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1919 THE WEEK IN WALTON What We Are Talking About at the County Hub PLANS SOLDIERS MEMORIAL Robbery at Rock Rift— Creamery Out of Ice— Auto Speeders Beware— … more

Fleischmann’s Man Charged with Cruelty to Animals

William Hrazanek, 73, Fleischmanns, was arrested by the Greene County Sheriff’s Office on July 24 and charged with cruelty to animals after a search resulted in the police seizing a horse that … more

DELHI

The Delhi Beautification committee introduced a new recognition program this summer to promote beautiful yards in Delhi. The inaugural award of the “Yard of The Month” recognition was given out … more

LOOKING BACK

100 Years Ago, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1919 THE WEEK IN WALTON What We Are Talking About at the County Hub REAL ESTATE MOVING LIVELY YoungWife Looking for Husband— Must Travel in Brook … more

Road Repairs, Water Upgrades Top Colchester Agenda

The Colchester Town Board members discussed road projects and the Downsville Water District during its July 17 meeting. At the beginning of the meeting Colchester Supervisor Art Merrill read a … more

Sheriff Craig DuMond Participates In First ‘Sheriff’s Showdown’

Delaware County Sheriff Craig DuMond won the second place trophy and bragging rights on July 20 at the “Sheriffs’ Showdown” at the Hemlock “Little World’s” Fair in Hemlock. Of special … more

4-H Equestrians Vie For State Fair Qualification

WALTON - Braving the heat on Sunday, July 21, Delaware County 4-H equestrians with their families arrived at the county’s fairgrounds to compete in the qualifying 4-H horse show that will send … more

DELANCEY

Worship services for the DeLancey, Hamden and West Delhi churches during the month of July will be held in Hamden church at 11 a.m. with Rev. Connie Stone. There will be a Covenant Cabinet meeting … more

LOOKING BACK

100 YEARS AGO, SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1919 THE WEEK IN WALTON What We Are Talking About at the County Hub SILK MILL MAY ENLARGE More Walton Soldier’s Coming Home —Bank is Prosperous —How We … more

New York State Parks Are A Perfect Summer Getaway

As families and individuals look for ways to enjoy the wonderful summer weather, people need to look no further than our local state parks. July is Park and Recreation Month across the nation and … more

Vintage Valley Farm Hosts Golf Tournament At Delhi Course

DELHI - Vintage Valley Farm (VVF) in Delhi enjoys stepping outside the riding arena for an afternoon of golfing and camaraderie. According to owner Lindsay Perry Atkinson, this is maybe the fifth … more

Stamford’s International Dressage Duo

STAMFORD - Willowview Hill Farm is owned and run by Nicola Alvin-Smith and her husband Paul Alvin-Smith, two Grand Prix dressage competitors. The pair moved to the United States from South London in … more

LOOKING BACK

100 Years Ago, SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1919 THE WEEK IN WALTON What We Are Talking About at the County Hub CHAUTAUQUA TICKETS ON SALE Hay Crop not Large – Train Time Changes–JulyMilk, … more

LOOKING BACK

100 Years Ago, SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1919 THE WEEK IN WALTON What We Are Talking About at the County Hub TWOACCIDENTS HAPPEN ODDLY Minister Freed of Illegal Voting Charge–Wool to be … more

LOOKING BACK

100 Years Ago, SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1919 THE WEEK IN WALTON What We Are Talking About at the County Hub MAY GET A GERMAN CANNON Walton Fair Sept. 2-5--Lose First Ball Game-Business Changes —Spearing … more

Walton Police Chief Search Continues

WALTON - The search continues for the replacement of Walton Police Chief Paul Olsen, who last month announced that he expected to leave his post on May 31. A replacement chief has not yet been found … more

Sixth Annual Civil War Reenactment, June 22 & 23

Plan to visit the Delaware County Historical Association (DCHA) on the weekend of June 22 and 23 to celebrate the return of the 144th New York State Volunteers as they form together once more to … more

Looking Back

100 Years Ago, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1919 THE WEEK IN WALTON What We Are Talking About at the County Hub AUTO WENT OVER THE BANK Grade Jersey Brings $100 – New Veterinary – Seniors Raise Nice … more

Vintage Baseball In Full Swing In Region

The area’s vintage baseball season is officially in full swing. The Mountain Athletic Club (M.A.C.) and the Bovina Dairymen have origins dating back to the 1890s in Delaware County and are … more
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