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Photo by Hunter O. Lyle

Ride ‘em, cowboy!

To kick off the second annual Hudson Valley Rodeo’s main event at Keane Farm in Amenia, riders competed in bronco bustin’, where contestants tried to stay on a bucking horse for as long as possible. This year’s event, on Saturday, Sept.


The second heat of the Hudson Valley Rodeo’s competition was barrel racing. Female riders raced around three barrels in a clover formation as fast as they could. For another photo, see Ride ‘em, cowboy! Photo by Hunter O. Lyle

Hudson Valley Rodeo draws fan, riders and family from across the country

AMENIA — With the smell of barbecue rising through the air, people boasting belt buckles, boots and cowboy hats enjoyed music, food and the spectacle of the second annual Hudson Valley Rodeo on Saturday, Sept. 17, at Keane Farm in Amenia.

Critters delight children

AMENIA — On Monday, Aug. 29, the Two-by-Two Animal Haven paid a visit to Indian Rock Schoolhouse in Amenia.

The traveling zoo brought with it several baby goats, a dragon-like lizard, a tortoise who shared space with a furry bunny, some attractive chickens and an irresistible 8-month-old kangaroo named Macaroni.


This photo of Katharine Coon Dunlop was used on the cover of the service bulletin for her funeral, having been chosen by Katharine’s son, Robert. Dunlop passed away on Monday, Aug. 22, at the age of 87. Photo submitted

Remembering Katharine Coon Dunlop: Amenia’s stylish go-getter and wonderful girl

AMENIA — Having touched innumerable lives during her 87 years, Katharine Coon Dunlop left a positive impression on those who knew her, all witnesses to her steadfast belief in community betterment and just plain getting things done. Known by most everyone in the area, Katharine died on Monday, Aug. 22.

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