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Road use law unveiled in Cochecton

For some in the town of Cochecton, the Road Use Law, which was listed under the title of new business, is anything but new.  Read more

Art exhibition: 'Summer of 2012'

July 28, 2012 - August 19, 2012

Paintings, sculpture, photography & ceramics on display at The Nutshell Arts Center through 8/19, weekends. 845/614-5456 or 423-2905.

Day on the Lake

July 14, 2012

Pancake breakfast, vendors, Thunder 102 live, craft fair, car cruise & judging, parade, chicken BBQ & more at the firehouse, 7am-5pm, rain or shine. Car show & craft fair: 845/932-8586, tractors: 594-4973, breakfast, BBQ or firetrucks in parade: 932-8514.

Sullivan West grads say goodbye

Hundreds of relatives, friends and faculty members packed into the gym at Sullivan West Central High School (SW) to celebrate the accomplishments of the 100-plus graduates who successfully completed the final year of their high school careers. The Class of 2012 Commencement Ceremony was a very successful event on that flowed smoothly and had some pleasant surprises along the way.  Read more

Opera: 'Otello'

June 16, 2012

DVO presents Giuseppe Verdi's Otello based on William Shakespear's tragedy at Sullivan West High School, 8pm, $25. 845/252-3136.

Car wash, bake sale & yard sale

June 16, 2012

Hosted by Cochecton Youth Commission at the firehouse, 10am-2pm, cars $5, trucks/vans $7. Raffles. 845/252-6559.

Blood drive

June 8, 2012

Sullivan West High School, 2:30-7:30pm. Drawing for chance to win a tablet. 800/733-2767.

Zumbathon to benefit Alzheimer's

June 15, 2012

Hosted by The Janice Center & Sullivan County Alzheimer's Assoc. at The Nutshell, 6-7:30pm, $10 suggested. Raffles. 845/482-5430.

Meet Dr. Nancy M. Hackett

May 1, 2012

Meet a finalist for the Superintendent of Schools position in the high school library, 5:15-6pm. 845/482-4610, ext. 3000.

Cochecton residents want stand on drilling

In a conversation that has been held frequently over the past several months, residents of the Town of Cochecton urged members of the board to take a stand on gas drilling and hydraulic fracturing. The board has maintained strict neutrality on the matter, and members have said they will be guided by the new rules being developed by the NY Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC).  Read more

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