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MILLERTON — The Millerton Legion Auxiliary was pleased to welcome area residents last Sunday, Feb. 18, at its 14th Annual Chili Cook-Off, held at American Legion Post 178.

Though last Saturday’s snow had Auxiliary members waiting on pins and needles, Sunday enjoyed sunshine and clear skies. Chili entries were dropped off from 11 a.m. on and by noon 16 Crock Pots were available to the 65 people in attendance. 

While community members sampled the different entries in earnest, judges Rob Cooper, Vicki Fallon and Mike Humbert took their time tasting each...

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Fall for Art draws the creative and the curious

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MILLERTON— The village streets were teeming with vibrant works of art last weekend as Millerton hosted its fifth annual Fall for Art festival.

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Head over heels for art

Artist Kathleen Dietter showcased her photography in this year’s Fall for Art festival in Millerton. Turn to page A3 for full story and more photos visit Fall for Art draws the creative and the curious.

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Fall for Art to offer original artwork

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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.

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Two-car crash claims one life on Route 22

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NORTH EAST — An investigation into a two-car fatal crash that took place on Saturday, Oct. 7, was reported earlier this week by the Dutchess County Sheriff’s Office.
Based on a preliminary investigation, the crash involved a 1990 Nissan pickup operated by Hyde Park resident Brian S. Sherow, 53, traveling southbound on Route 22 near Irondale Road in the town of North East. At 1:15 p.m., Sherow reportedly crossed over the center pavement markings and struck a northbound 2016 Chevrolet pickup driven by Eftichia Amouris, 49, of Hillsdale.

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Millerton American Legion presents World War II veteran with medals

MILLERTON — During the Oct. 1 pancake breakfast at American Legion Post 178, diners were treated to a rare event, a presentation of medals to a World War II veteran.   

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Millerton Village Board weighs in on officials’ misconduct

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MILLERTON — Reaction regarding a profane message written on a dirty window on the front door to Steed Real Estate last month, done at the hands of village Planning Board member Peter Greenough, with his wife, Deputy Mayor Christine Bates, watching, has been mixed. The episode was caught on a security camera, and Greenough admitted to his having written the obscenity. He said it was all in good fun.
Some agree, and have said that the message, “F*** Ron,” was nothing more than a joke. They feel that all should be forgiven and forgotten. 

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American Legion commemorates 90th anniversary

MILLERTON — At Millerton American Legion Post 178’s monthly meeting on Thursday, Sept. 28, Legionnaires marked an important moment in the post’s history: its founding, 90 years earlier, on Sept. 29, 1927. 
At 7 p.m. that day, a group of local World War I veterans gathered at the Millerton firehouse to hold the first meeting. 

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Block grant application seeks to make Town and Village Halls ADA compliant

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MILLERTON — The Town Board held a public hearing for suggestions on its upcoming Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) application, on Monday, Sept. 11. The Village Board held its public hearing on block grant ideas on Monday, Sept. 18. 

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Homeschoolers hit the (one-room) schoolhouse

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MILLERTON — The NorthEast-Millerton Library’s Homeschoolers at the Library program celebrated its first field trip on Monday, Sept. 25, by spending a morning at the Irondale Schoolhouse, located at the head of the Harlem Valley Rail Trail. According to Youth Services Coordinator Kristin McClune, the field trip was organized through a collaboration between the library and Ralph Fedele, an avid library patron and board president of Friends of the Irondale Schoolhouse Association. 

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Public hearing held for Taconic State Park Draft Master Plan

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MILLERTON— Following the success of its first public hearing in Copake, the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation organized a second public hearing on a Draft Master Plan/Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for Taconic State Park on Wednesday, Sept. 27.

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