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MILLERTON — From Friday, Oct. 13, to Sunday, Oct. 15, local artists will be spotlighted in the weekend-long Fall for Art.

Sponsored and funded by the Millerton Merchants Association, the villagewide event is a collaboration between local artists and Millerton merchants. In an effort to showcase both local artists and the village, artwork will be on display in various business around Millerton, including Gilmor Glass, Oblong Books, Terni’s, Irving Farm, The Moviehouse, Country Gardeners Florist, Gilded Moon Framing, North East Community Center, North Elm Home and more....

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North East Democrats hold meet and greet

kaitlinl@millertonnews.com

MILLERTON — With the fall election just a month away, New York state voters were offered an opportunity to learn more about the upcoming referendums and the local candidates at an afternoon gathering on Sunday, Oct. 1.

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Farmer helps post-Harvey

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MILLERTON — Pine Plains native Jason Culver, owner of Farmscapes Land Management in Millerton, which primarily provides agricultural fencing for livestock, delivered a trailer-load of much-needed hay and grain to farmers in Texas following Hurricane Harvey.  Culver left early Tuesday, Sept. 5, and  arrived in Texas overnight Thursday, Sept. 7.  He just returned to New York last week.
Culver’s mission was supported by many local individuals and businesses, including the Bank of Millbrook, which helped to offset the fuel costs for the trip.

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Author Paula Josa-Jones talks about the interconnectivity of horses and humans

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MILLERTON— Harlem Valley residents and horse owners alike spent a cozy afternoon at the NorthEast-Millerton Library Saturday, Sept. 23, as choreographer Paula Josa-Jones made her debut appearance as an author.

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Village officials caught in the act: Profane message left on Millerton business

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MILLERTON — A major bombshell was dropped at last week’s Village Board meeting, held on Monday, Sept. 18, at Village Hall. At the end of a nearly two-hour meeting, during public comments, local Realtor Ron Steed asked to speak. By the time he was done, a village trustee and a village Planning Board member — husband and wife — stood accused of defacing private property.

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Algonquian Days return to Irondale Schoolhouse

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MILLERTON — This past weekend, Friends of the Irondale Schoolhouse encouraged village residents and weekend visitors alike to learn about the area’s former indigenous tribes with the second year of Algonquian Days.

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Honoring the memory of Sandy Berger with a bench

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MILLERTON —  The dedication of a bench in memory of Millerton native Sandy Berger on Saturday, Sept. 16, at Veterans’ Park, turned into a reunion of family members and old childhood friends who still live in the area. 
Berger was born in Millerton in 1945, the son of Al and Rose Berger, who were the owners for many years of what was referred to in those days as a haberdashery, in the building that is now home to Oblong Books and Music on Main Street. 

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Republicans come out for a night of pasta and politics in Millerton

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MILLERTON— The Republican Committee of North East welcomed local and county candidates at its fourth annual pasta dinner on Saturday, Sept. 16.

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Good excuse to socialize: Legion Post 178 clambake

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MILLERTON — It was perfect weather for the Sons of the American Legion (SAL) Post 178 on Sunday, Sept. 17, for its fourth annual clambake fundraiser. SAL membership includes the sons of American Legion members who served in the armed forces, but who haven’t served themselves. Separate organizations, both operate with similar goals — to support active service members, veterans, their families and their communities.

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Honoring the memory of Sandy Berger

MILLERTON — The dedication of a bench in memory of Millerton native Sandy Berger on Saturday, Sept. 16, turned into a reunion of family members and old childhood friends who still live in the area. 
Berger was born in Millerton in 1945, the son of Al and Rose Berger, who were the owners for many years of what was referred to in those days as a haberdashery, in the building that is now home to Oblong Books and Music on Main Street. 

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Caora Farm preserved through PMG purchase

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MILLERTON — Early last month, Dutchess County Executive Marcus Molinaro announced that, through the Partnership for Manageable Growth (PMG) program, Dutchess County has contributed a total of $69,300 toward the purchase of an agricultural conservation easement on Caora Farm.

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