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ANCRAMDALE — As of Tuesday morning, Oct. 16, a GoFundMe page that set out to raise $20,000 had raised $73,307 for the Miller family, which lost 47 of its 48 cows in a fiery blaze that ripped through its dairy farm on Sunday, Oct. 14, at around 7:30 p.m.

The fire reportedly moved quickly through the nearly 250-year historic Millerhurst Farm, owned by Mike and Emily Miller. Located at 3226 Route 82, Ancramdale, the Ancram Fire Company responded, along with fire companies from Millerton, Pine Plains, Copake, Hillsdale, Craryville, Milan, Taghkanic, Germantown, Clermont and...

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Camera purchase for town meetings comes into focus

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NORTH EAST — After some back and forth and much research, town Councilman John Midwood announced at the March Town Board meeting that he has finally found affordable video recording equipment to help tape and broadcast meetings each month.
With a $2,600 budget, Midwood said his previous request for an additional $2,400 was unnecessary. 

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Fatal automobile crash on Route 7 in Cornwall

A fatal crash occurred on the Kent Road in Cornwall on Sunday, March 18, at about 6:30 a.m.
Christopher Meach, 66, of Falls Village was traveling north on Route 7 north of Hickory Lane in Cornwall in a 2012 Suzuki four-wheel drive vehicle.
Traveling south at the same time on Route 7 was a 2011 Mazda 3S driven by Meghan Butler, 27, of Stamford, Conn. The two cars collided head on. Butler was pronounced dead at the scene. 
Meach sustained serious injuries and was transported to Hartford Hospital by LifeStar helicopter. 

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Taking a hard look at school safety

State Rep. Brian Ohler (R-64) is part of a group of state legislators looking at school safety.
The formation of the School Security and Safety Task Force was announced last week.
The other initial members are Rep. Carol Hall (R-59), Rep. Gail Lavielle (R-143) and Rep. J.P. Sredzinski (R-112). Lavielle and Sredzinski are the ranking members on the Education and Public Safety and Security committees, respectively.

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A no-snow day lets art flourish

LAKEVILLE — The annual Arts Day for Region One fourth–grade students — held at The Hotchkiss School on Wednesday, March 14 — went forward despite Mother Nature’s best efforts to force a snow cancellation.
A percussion group, Ginga Brasileira, opened the event with a dynamic performance.
And then it was off to the workshops.
Amber Cameron worked with young dancers in the faculty lounge, on an excerpt from “Cats.”

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Town Board meets: Storm aftermath and solar talks

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WASHINGTON— The  Town Board met on Thursday, March 8. Town Supervisor Gary Ciferri presided. 
Highway Superintendent Joseph Spagnola gave a monthly report on the first storm in March, which included the fact that four trees were downed, There were 12 incidents of downed wires, eight major drifts and one accident, on Hoxie Road. Crews managed to clear the roads.
Town Bookkeeper Dana Sukow reported that court books are complete, for both judges, going back two years. 

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The ice is ‘out,’ but beware

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Faso offers mobile office hours

DUTCHESS COUNTY— In order to better serve the residents of Dutchess County, Congressman John Faso (R-19) is holding a slate of mobile office hours throughout the month of March.
Faso already has three permanent district office locations in Kingston, Kinderhook and Delhi. As the congressman no longer has an office in Dutchess County, Constituent Services Representative Lorrie Morse will be traveling to different towns throughout the county to assist with any issues related to Social Security, veterans’ benefit claims, immigration and more.

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Lakeville’s Gomez achieving on and off court

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Superintendent Award recipients in Region One

The Region One School District has announced this year’s Superintendent Award winners from the six elementary schools and from Housatonic Valley Regional High School. The Lakeville Journal congratulates the students. The descriptions of the students were provided by their schools.

 

Autumn Beeman

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Flu season takes its toll on the Tri-State Region

TRI-STATE REGION— As Influenza 2018 slows its gallop across the country, it seems to be peaking in the North East area with adults being hit the hardest, according to Mark J. Marshall,  M.D., section chief of hospital medicine and vice president of medical affairs at Sharon Hospital.  
“The flu is widespread, and we’re seeing a lot of cases at the hospital in all age groups,” he said. “Most people being hospitalized are older, but young people are also impacted. We have had a large number.

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