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A legacy of fighting for justice

The loss of Lakeville’s Donald K. Ross this week has touched many lives in the Northwest Corner, including those who served with him on the boards of the Salisbury Association and the Salisbury Forum (see appreciations this week.) But none valued his support and dedication to shared ideals more than we at The Lakeville Journal.

Turning Back the Pages

100 years ago — May 1922

SALISBURY — A very ornamental fence has been installed at D.J. Warner’s new residence.

— Miss Mary Stanton is enjoying a few days’ vacation from her duties at the post office.

LIME ROCK — Wm. Tellerday and Fay Chaffee motored to Poughkeepsie Sunday.


A history lesson relevant to today

Until the last 40 years, most families always supplemented their food with hunting. Pre-World War II, there were less than 2,000,000,000 people on the planet (today there are 7,000,000,000+). Hunting and the wildlife food supply were a normal, regular, habitual part of families’ lives. Disrupting that often meant families went hungry.


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