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“Steady Eddie” is hiking a 700-mile stretch of the Appalachian Trail. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

AT season has begun

A steady trickle of Appalachian Trail hikers is already coming through the Northwest Corner. Some are doing short distances, some are doing day hikes, but the ones with large packs and walking sticks are likely making the pilgrimage from the head of the trail in Georgia to the terminus of the trail in Maine.

Thanks to reader Betsy Knight, we learned that photos we ran in our issue of April 29 were originally published in the Sept. 17, 1970, Lakeville Journal. The front page story featured the photo, above, which was recently digitally scanned for us by Perry Gardner. Photo by Stewart Dean

An antique photo of a venerable antiques sale

In the April 29 issue of The Lakeville Journal, we shared a few photos from an antiques fair that was held for many years in Salisbury.

The ceremony honoring James Mars on Sunday, May 2, ended with drumming led by Angaza Mwando, at right. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

Paying tribute to the life of James Mars at a witness stone ceremony in Norfolk

NORFOLK — The life of James Mars was celebrated at the Norfolk Congregational Church on Sunday, May 2, with a ceremony marking the unveiling of a witness stone honoring Mars, the last slave bought or sold in Norfolk.

The Village of Millerton has changed greatly in the past 146 years since it was incorporated in 1875. Pictured here are various scenes from around Millerton, including a 1995 parade (in black and white). Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

The evolution of Main Street

With so many changes taking place in the world today, including in our local business communities, The Millerton News is taking a closer look at how the village of Millerton has changed in the years leading up to the present day.


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