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Sidney Students Showcase What’s Growing On At Fourth Annual Harvest Dinner

Sidney Farm-to-School, a Sidney Central School District initiative dedicated to growing and bringing fresh foods to students, hosted its fourth annual “Evening in the Garden” harvest dinner … more

Canada Goose Season Is Open

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Basil Seggos announced that Canada goose hunting season opened Sunday, Sept. 1, throughout most of the state. The … more

New Old Franklin Day 2019

With both new and old attractions, Franklin’s annual community celebration will be held Saturday, Aug. 24 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the village of Franklin along Institute and Main streets. On … more

MASONVILLE

Mother Teresa: “Every time you smile at someone, it is an action of love, a gift to that person, a beautiful thing.” Vacation Bible School was enjoyed by children, teachers and leaders at the … more

Delaware Highlands Conservancy Scholarship Recipients Announced

The Delaware Highlands Conservancy has awarded its annual “Delaware Highlands Conservancy/ Yeaman Scholarship” for $1,000 to Mikala Anderson, a 2019 graduate from Deposit Central School District, … more

Annual Stamford Fishing Derby A Sunny Success

STAMFORD - It was a great day to fish. The Stamford Rod & Gun Club hosted a free fishing derby in the village at Rexmere Pond on Saturday. More than 40 children were registered by 11 a.m. … more

Songbird Sessions At WKC

The West Kortright Centre’s (WKC) new community program, Songbird Sessions, is a series of arts-based family-friendly events that are free and open to the public; no pre-registration required; … more

COLCHESTER

June is here and is often considered a summer month, whereas September is not, despite the fact that September has twice the number of summer weather days as June. Summer solstice is June 21 - the … more

More Than $1,200 Raised In Turkey Hunting Competition

EAST MEREDITH - Every year in East Meredith, a flock of turkey hunters take part in a fundraiser to raise money and hunt gobblers for a good time. This year, Justin Keator, who hosts the event … more

The 27th Annual Garden Tour Anticipated For June 30

EAST MEREDITH - The 28th annual West Kortright Center (WKC) Garden Tour will kick off on Sunday, June 30 at 11 a.m. Last year, the event - which is hosted by the West Kortright Center - was … more

New School Sport is on Target

This past week I spent time at a school sporting event in my district. There were proud parents and family members on hand to cheer on the student-athletes. School officials were present to watch … more

DA Student Addresses Mental Health, Addiction

DELHI - A Delaware Academy (DA) senior is one step closer to earning the highest rank in Boy Scouting and will soon become an Eagle Scout. En route to earning the Eagle Scout award, Mike Paoli … more

DelCo Outdoor Recreation Celebrated at Expo

WALTON - The Walton Chamber of Commerce celebrated all-things-outdoors at the second annual All Seasons Sportsmens Expo, held at the Delaware County Fairgrounds in Walton, on Saturday, May … more

Lyme Disease Awareness Month

May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month and with the number of reported cases in New York rising each year, it is important to arm yourself and your family with the tools to avoid the disease when … more

COLCHESTER

I know the weather has kept many of you inside, not out on stream banks drowning worms. I hope you have used that time to get the lawn mowers serviced and ready to roll because I can see the … more

Meet Hunter,

WALTON - Meet Hunter, a four year old lab mix and The Reporter pet of the week. Hunter went blind unexpectedly, but found his forever home. According to owner Heather Thomas, Walton, the … more

Girl Scout Summer Camps Build Future Leaders,

At Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways (GSNYPENN) Summer Camp, girls ages 6-17 take the lead and work together to choose from a variety of high adventures, activities and hands-on programming. Along … more

DELHI

There is a burn ban in effect through May 14. All residential brush burning is prohibited. The Delhi Fire Department will hold a 911 Sign Fundraiser. For a $25 donation, payable to the Delhi … more

Senator’s Statement On Lyme Disease Funding

I strongly advocated for restoring the $1 million in funding for prevention and treatment of Lyme disease, which was included in the Senate’s one-house budget, and I was extremely … more

Outdoor Improvements That Boost Home Value

Whether home improvement projects are designed to improve the interior or exterior of a house, focusing on renovations that make the most financial sense can benefit homeowners in the long run. … more
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