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2019 Delaware County Toys for Tots Campaign Success!

With 25 collection and drop-off collection points, The Delaware County Chamber of Commerce, partnering with Delaware Opportunities and United Way of Delaware & Otsego Counties, collected 793 new, … more

Unadilla Chamber Announces Raffle Winners

The Unadilla Chamber of Commerce organized gift basket raffles to benefit the Unadilla Food Pantry this holiday season. The following is a list of the winners: Tree of Giving by Chamber businesses … more

Margaretville Defeats Franklin In Battle of the Devils In Holiday Tourney

MARGARETVILLE - The Margaretville Blue Devils defeated the Franklin Purple Devils 54-41 in the championship game of the Margaretville Central School Holiday Tournament on Saturday, Dec. 14. Blue … more

Bovina Sees New Well Budget, Questions Remain

At its December meeting, the Bovina Town Board got more solid numbers for its ongoing backup well project, but questions remain about how to fill the budgetary gap. Arsenic levels considered slightly … more

Walton Girls Hoop Drops Windsor In NL Game

WALTON - The Warriors defeated Windsor in a non-league game Monday evening 52-37. According to the books, Walton trailed behind Windsor 10-8 following the first frame, but the Warriors responded … more

Stories from Old Bovina

With all the traditions we have for Christmas – gifts, stockings, the tree, and big family dinners – it seems that in Bovina in the 19th century did not follow many of these. Celebrations of … more

CESRPL Action

Stamford/Richmondville defeated Rockdale Dec. 13 to stay atop of the Central Empire State Rifle and Pistol League standings. In other action, Walton defeated Oneonta and Sidney defeated … more

HAMDEN

Hamden Game Day will meet on Monday, Dec. 30 at the home of Ginny Wilcox at the usual time of 10 a.m. Everyone is most welcome to join in a game or two of cards or board games. Bridge players welcome … more

TREADWELL

Treadwell Community Improvement Club met at Callie Triarsi’s home for the Annual Cookie Exchange dinner. Turkey walnut salad, cranberry fluff, cream of broccoli soup, cheesecake and Boston cream … more

The Reason for the Season...

On Friday, December 14, the Gray family of Nel-Jean Farm, in New Kingston, conducted a living nativity with friends and family in conjunction with the Margaretville United Methodist Church, Pastor … more

Former Delhi Village Clerk Pleads Guilty to Theft Charge, Ordered to Pay Restitution

DELHI - Former Delhi Village Clerk Michele Barnes, 43, of Walton was sentenced to a one-year conditional discharge following her guilty plea to petit larceny in Delhi Town Court on Dec. … more

TREADWELL

Franklin Railroad and Community Museum is holding a December fundraiser for the Hospice/Helios Care. A Collection of Sports Memorabilia is available for a silent auction bidding. Signed balls, … more

The Do’s & Don’ts Of Charitable Giving

Americans are very compassionate – donating over $420 billion to charities last year. When someone is in need, it is in our nature to reach out and help. Thoughtful contributors deserve to know … more

Hamden Welcomes New Highway Superintendent

There was a new face joining the Hamden Town Board at their meeting on Dec. 4. With Superintendent of Highways Roger Dibble’s pending retirement, the board welcomed Scott Lenci who will be taking … more

Bikers Benefit Toy Bank...

On Thursday, Dec. 5, members of the Southern Tier Chapter of the Nam Knights motorcycle Club, made a $400 donation to the Walton Toy Bank, facilitated, in part, by Community Bank, N.A., in Walton. … more

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Christmas Blessings As coordinator of the Colchester Community Food Bank, I struggle every year at holiday time wondering how I can make our bags/boxes more gracious for our clients. Every year I … more

Rosie’s Rounds

It’s been such a busy week in basketball I don’t know where to begin. There were a couple of candidates for the athlete of the week pick which also included Deposit/Hancock’s Laycee Drake … more

Franklin Discusses New Town Hall Designs

The Franklin Town Board wrapped up business for 2019 at their regular meeting on Dec. 3. The 2020 budget was approved at the November meeting so the focus turned to the building project. Supervisor … more

Festival Of Trees A Holiday Success

DELHI – There were 35 trees auctioned off at the Holiday for the Heart Tree Celebration at the Delaware County Historical Association (DCHA) located on Route 10 in Delhi. The public bought … more

DELANCEY

Worship services for the DeLancey, Hamden and West Delhi Churches during the month of December will be held in DeLancey Church at 11 a.m. with Rev. Connie Stone. Come celebrate the third Sunday of … more
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