Last week ground was broken on a $5.3 million project to create a new health care center in North Canaan that will serve all Northwest Corner residents with a range of services, including primary care and behavioral health services.
Diet of fear and anger can be countered by joy
Like everyone else, during quarantine, I wanted a dog. But unlike some people, I had owned dogs before. This wouldn’t be a venture into the romantic unknown. I had had dogs for years and years, and the last three had all been the same breed and the same gender, so, if I got another, I would know exactly what I was getting.
The baby-boomers are aging. The bulk of the baby-boomers are reaching the point where they are officially “old.” And old people, elders, need help: sometimes just a little, sometimes a lot. And, boy, do they resent it. These are the people who raised families, built businesses, and ran the country.
The U.S. Energy Department has reported that the Chinese scientists did not make the Wuhan-1 version (as it was then called) of the SARS-Cov-2 coronavirus. This conclusion is the most important, but least remarked. Virologists, Chinese or American, would not have known how to create such a virus.
The great Russian novelist Ivan Turgenev wrote “Fathers and Sons,” taking place in 1859, two years before the serfs were freed.
The Emancipation Proclamation, 1863.
100 years ago — March 1923
Miss Mary Menary is ill with pneumonia at White Hart Inn and a trained nurse is in attendance.
Miss Belle Adams, who has been ill for some time with the grippe and an abcess in one ear, is again on duty at Roberts’ store.
Last week the NorthEast-Millerton Library’s Annex on Century Boulevard was the setting for Expo ‘23, an exhibit that focused on housing challenges for people of moderate incomes. The multi-day event attracted more than 50 attendees.