Home » Millerton News Opinion/Viewpoint

Millerton News Opinion/Viewpoint

San Joaquin farmer: ‘This year was bad — next year may be worse’

As any New Englander will tell you — especially farmers — mitigation of risks, avoiding obvious pitfalls of pretending it’ll all be alright on the day, and especially assuming anything when it comes to outside influences (you know the saying… assume makes an “ass out of U and me”) — these are the only ways to keep your business thriving and your

Beware of the ‘anti-aging market’

While researching topics for “Golden Living” columns, an article crossed our path covering the massive growth expected over the next decade in something called “the anti-aging market.” This includes cosmetic products and procedures, medical tourism and the wide array of exotic-looking gadgetry supposedly involved in reducing the outward appearan

Wind farms — a brief history

Thirty years ago, Denmark was the first country to build offshore wind turbine farms. Fifteen years or more before that wind farms popped up all over America, Texas and California especially. In fact, it was the U.S. Energy Commission in 1975 that asked NASA to come up with a commercial design for wind turbines.

Millerton Lions Club no more

After more than seven decades of monthly dinners, holiday parties and silent auctions; years of planning and hosting carnivals and circuses for enthusiastic villagers and their guests; countless seasons of holding Little League practices and games; who knows how many hours preparing for bake sales, barbecues, flea markets, food drives and raffle


More Information

TriCorner News

Copyright The Lakeville Journal
PO Box 1688, Lakeville, CT 06039
All Rights Reserved