Deck the Halls

Members of The Hancock Chamber of Commerce decorated the Town Square for the holidays on Monday, November 14. From left, top row, Richard Lowe, Laura McManus, and Mike Argiros. From left, on railing, Valessa Monk, Ashley Rossi, and Brett Lorenzen. Hancock Chamber...

TROPHY BUCKS

Nine Point — Richard Amster bagged this 9-point buck on November 13 in Long Eddy. Nice One — Nora Bartholomew of Hancock shows off the buck she shot on opening day, Saturday, November 19. The 8-point buck was shot in Callicoon. Eight Point — Emily McGraw, of French...

Hancock Honor Society Held Annual Induction Nov. 8

The Hancock Chapter of National Honor Society held its annual induction ceremony on Tuesday, November 8. From left to right: Kelsie Newman, Zaida Whitaker, Hailey Wormuth, Wynter Stanton, Lola White, Isabella Petriella, Chiara Wormuth. [Contributed photo.] Six New...

Youth Awards Banquet

Pictured above are members of the Hancock Community Education Foundation Board of Directors who were on hand for the awards ceremony. In front, from left, are Randi Appley, HCEF Executive Director Linda O’Brien, Tina Appley, and Kristina Dufton. In back, from left,...

American Legion Post 298 Holds Veteran’s Day Service, Honors Local WWII Vets

WWII Veterans Honored—American Legion Post 289 members Seaman, First Class Herbert “Larry” Faigle and Seaman, First Class Franklin “John” Fish were presented with quilts through the national organization Quilts of Valor during the Veteran’s Day services held Friday,...

Hancock Rotary News

The Hancock Rotary Club welcomed District 7170 Governor Rocky Martinez as a guest speaker to their Thursday, October 27 meeting held at the Chestnut Restaurant in Hancock. Martinez joined the Johnson City Rotary in January 2014 where he has been a very active member...

Low Light Firearms Training Held

Night-Time Shooting Range-Participants in the Low Light Firearms training classes held in Delhi practiced at a nighttime shooting range set up for the specialized classes. [Contributed Photo.] The Delhi Police Training Division (DPTD) recently completed three nights...

Picture of the Week

Photo Contributed by Delaware County Department of Public Works

Road ditches are important parts of our infrastructure and help us to maintain our roads by both directing water away from them and intercepting it before it contacts the road.
Road ditches are categorized by shape: “V,” “U” and trapezoid, and are chosen based on the needs for each project. While the Delaware County Department of Public Works’ Road Crew digs the ditches, our specialty Guide Rail Crew installs guide rails where needed, based on factors such as the depth and steepness of the ditch.
The Guide Rail Crew handles all installation, removal, and repair of guide rails along roads and bridges. Installation includes placement, setting, post pounding and anchoring as well as replacement when they fail. This crew’s job is physically demanding despite our post driver truck.
Even this late in the year, you may see our crews out on the road performing ditch maintenance. Please be careful when driving around the crew and its equipment for their safety and yours.

Obituaries

Gwen D’Agati

Gwen D’Agati

November 4, 1927 to November 11, 2022 Gwen D’Agati, 95, of Starlight, PA, passed away on...

Joanne Wormuth

Joanne Wormuth

May 31, 1964 to November 8, 2022 Joanne Seconde Wormuth of Lake Como, PA., formerly of...

Margaret Macey

Margaret Macey

1931-2022 Margaret “Marge” Macey of Equinunk, PA passed away peacefully at Ellen...

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Through the Years

100 Years Ago

From the Week of November 23

A Job For You, Mr. Reader Too many people seem to think their duty of citizenship ends when they vote and obey the law. Having put a man in office they stand at ease until the next order comes to...

75 Years Ago

From the Thursday November 20, 1947 Issue

Plenty of Hunters; Fair Take of Deer; And No Accidents Hancock Area Producing Well First Few Days of Season 21 Weekend Arrests Loaded Guns in Cars—2,500 Hunters Fed Here on Saturday Although there...

50 Years Ago

From the Thursday November 23, 1972 Issue

HCS Board Of Education Outlines Regulations For Maintenance Of Order On School Property; Public Invited to Monday’s Meeting Hancock Central School’s Board of Education will consider the adoption of...

25 Years Ago

From the Wednesday November 26, 1997 Issue

New Manager Named At Local McDonald’s Walter Paczkowski has been named the new manager at the Hancock McDonald’s Restaurant. Paczkowski has “worked up through the ranks” in the McDonald’s...

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