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So it’s officially fall, turning on Monday from summer. My favorite time of year! Cooler nights, beautiful mountains full of color. We don’t turn the clocks back until Nov. 3 but it’s time to … more

Colchester Board Sets Public Hearing For Downsville Water District Upgrades

The Colchester Town Board, during its Sept. 18 meeting, voted to hold a public hearing regarding the Downsville Water District improvements on Oct. 16. The public hearing will be at 7 p.m. and … more

The 16th Annual Cauliflower Fest Draws Hundreds, Celebrates History

ARKVILLE - The 16th annual Cauliflower Festival, sponsored by the Central Catskills Chamber of Commerce, was held Saturday, Sept. 21 in Margaretville’s Village Park featured 65 vendors. “I … more

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100 YEARSAGO, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1919 THE WEEK IN WALTON What We Are Talking About at the County Hub OCTOBER MILK PRICE, $3.13 Business Concerns are Building—Operation for … more

WALTON

The day we’ve been waiting to celebrate for a long time came on Monday, Sept. 9 when our granddaughter Waverly Charlotte arrived at 10:20 p.m. at Wilson Hospital. She weighed 6 lbs. 4 oz and was … more

HAMDEN

Hope you’re feel better wishes to Marion Calhoun. There will be a 90 birthday celebration for Muriel Rowlands on Saturday, Oct. 5 at the West Delhi Presbyterian Church from 1 to 4 p.m. No gifts, … 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

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100 YEARSAGO, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1919 THE WEEK IN WALTON What We Are Talking About at the County Hub CAROF ARMY FOOD COMING Democratic Nominations– Hoos to Build New Bakery– Race Horse Broke … more

WALTON

Kudos to the staff and management of the Sidney Federal Credit Union who were a shining example of customer service this weekend. A large number of members were affected by a hacking scam that they … more

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100 YEARS AGO, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1919 THE WEEK IN WALTON What We Are Talking About at the County Hub SUPERVISOR MOORE RENAMED Car Bumped Stone Wall–City Boy in Runaway Smash– Several Minor … more

La Basse Cour And Kortright Handiworks Offers And Creates Goods From The Land

SOUTH KORTRIGHT - From land to hand to finished product, La Basse Cour offers a mixed bag of farm to table experiences. The farm, which is owned by Larry Hepner and Diane Frances, practices … more

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100 YEARS AGO, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1919 THE WEEK IN WALTON What We Are Talking About at the County Hub FARM BUREAU EXHIBIT AT FAIR SeptemberMilk, $3.23– O. & W. Passenger Record– Dr. … more

More Than Traditional Dairy... Family Farms Showcased At 7th Annual Family Farm Day

The state of farming in Delaware County is not as bleak as milk prices that are set by the federal government. Farmers have diversified and capitalized on consumer demands to eat locally produced … more

Seventh Annual Family Farm Day Highlights Diversity In Agriculture

DELAWARE COUNTY - A sampling of products from 55 farms in Schoharie, Otsego and Delaware Counties were a focus on Aug. 24 in the Northern Catskills. The seventh annual Family Farm Day (FFD), was … more

WALTON

The winner of the early bird raffle winner for the Walton Chamber of Commerce was Rick Saul of Long Island. He won $300 and is included in the raffle that will be drawn at the Free Night of … more

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100 YEARS AGO, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1919 THE WEEK IN WALTON What We Are Talking About at the County Hub $1600 FOR LOSS OF EYE Will Enlarge Royal Cafe – Boys Must Attend Drill – Organize the … more

DELANCEY

Services for the DeLancey, Hamden and West Delhi churches during August are being held in West Delhi Church at 11 a.m. All are invited to the annual church picnic Sunday, Aug. 25 at 11 a.m. at the … more

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100 YEARS AGO, SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1919 THE WEEK IN WALTON What We Are Talking About at the County Hub BANK MAY ACT AS TRUSTEE Will Hold Community Picnic–Sent To Industrial … more

Andes Was Alive With Celebration On Saturday For Its Bicentennial

ANDES – That’s a wrap for the Andes Bicentennial which featured multiple events starting the weekend of July 27, continuing from Aug. 3-9. Festivities concluded with a parade and live music on … more

Huge First Day At The Fair

Monday was a picture-perfect day for the opening of the 133rd Delaware County Fair. According to fair president Ed Rossley, Day One attendance was 13,059, eclipsing last year’s opening day … more
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