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Taking inspiration from the words and observations of Black writers and activists, Hotchkiss School students created works of art that were displayed in Troutbeck’s gallery as part of the Troutbeck Symposium. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

Troutbeck Symposium: Students create blueprint for region’s cultural renaissance

AMENIA — Honored to be stewards of the region’s hidden histories, area students presented their historical research into the early narratives of the Civil Rights Movement, the Harlem Renaissance, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and their connections to Troutbeck and the local region as part of the Troutbeck

Region One budget passes 298-87

The Region One budget for 2022-23 passed at a referendum vote May 2. Voters in the six Region One towns approved the budget by a wide margin, 298 to 87.


Photo by Bridget Taylor

On the hunt

Fox  on a morning hunt in East Canaan on Saturday, April 9. Later that day, this bushy-tailed predator absconded with chickens in the yard at the home of this newspaper’s editor, John Coston, and his wife, Bridget Taylor, in East Canaan.


Signs warning about eating fish are posted along the Housatonic River. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

EPA will now monitor PCBs along river in Northwest Corner

A “significant sampling” of PCBs from the Housatonic River along several Northwest Corner communities is slated to begin later this month and continue throughout 2022, according to Dean Tagliaferro, project manager of the Rest of River remediation plan for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

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