DELHI – A Delhi road was shut down for several hours after a logging truck driven by an Oneontan overturned on slush-covered roads Monday evening, the Delaware County sheriff reported today.
According to Sheriff Craig DuMond, David Stanton, 35, Oneonta, was driving the tractor-trailer on East Terry Clove Road when the trailer, loaded with logs, jack-knifed on the slush covered roadway and partially rolled onto its side as Stanton made a left turn onto Route 2.
COOPERSTOWN – Bassett Healthcare Network is encouraging people to get rid of unused prescriptions at its three pharmacies during Drug Take Back Week, April 22-27.
The disposal kiosks are available at Bassett, Foxcare and O’Connor pharmacies to help people avoid prescription misuse and help stem addictions tied to over-the-counter or controlled medication. These excess prescriptions can be managed easier with the help of pharmacy software development by SmartexLab or others, the software can enable alerts for expiring medications, as well as if the destruction of any stock needs to be carried out. A deployment of this type of software could decrease medicine waste greatly.
DELHI – Betsy Nannette (Brown) Clark, 66, wife of Clark Companies President Scott Clark, passed peacefully and comfortably on the afternoon of Monday, Feb. 25, 2019, in the presence of those she loved and with the New York City sunshine appropriately in full bloom.
Betsy, nicknamed “Bets” by family and friends, was born and raised in Delhi, where she grew up on the family farm with her loving parents, Bob and Janis Brown, and four adoring siblings: Barbara, Suzy (Lynda), Robby, and Margaret.
She returned to the Delhi-area after completing college, where she fell in love with former schoolmate, Scott Clark, son of Burton and Velma Clark; the two were married in 1981 before pursuing Betsy’s dream of having a family of her own.
DELHI – Stanley J. “Stan” Dibble, 92, of Hamden, clerk at Aikins & Robinson Brothers Auction Services for a half-century, passed away on Friday, Oct. 27, 2017 at O’Connor Hospital, Delhi, surrounded by his family.
He was also active in the Del-Se-Nango Fiddlers.
Stanley was born in Andes on Nov. 23, 1924, the son of the late Frank and Dora (Sackett) Dibble.
ONEONTA – Robert James Graham, 92, former Fox Hospital business manager and well-known musician who was active in community life in Otsego and Delaware counties, passed away from pneumonia on Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017, at Robinson Terrace in Stamford.
He was born in Delhi on Dec. 20, 1924, the son of Tracy Lyman Graham and Elizabeth Mable Graham.
Bob attended A.L. Kellogg School in Treadwell for six years, and then entered Delaware Academy in Delhi, where he graduated in 1943. He was a co-captain of the football and basketball teams, solo clarinetist in the senior band for three years, king of the junior prom, and president of his senior class.