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A choreographer, dancer and teacher from Liverpool, England, Pei Tong explored Chinese contemporary dance for the 2020-21 Virtual Salon Performance Series for Social Change on Thursday, April 1. Photo submitted

Dance group with Pine Plains roots Zooms worldwide

NEW YORK CITY — Offering an evening of original performances, Pine Plains native and part-time Ancram resident, New York City choreographer Mark DeGarmo of Mark DeGarmo Dance aired his 2020-21 Virtual Salon Performance Series for Social Change on Thursday, April 1, via Zoom.


A player for Dutchess County’s hometown baseball team, Diaz Pedro of the Hudson Valley Renegades readied himself at home plate with a bat in hand. The Renegades will now be a Yankees affiliate. Photo by Roy Notar

Stadium upgrades bring Yankees affiliate to bat

WAPPINGERS FALLS — The Dutchess County Legislature approved a $1.4 million bond resolution to fund critical improvements to Dutchess Stadium on Route 9D in Wappingers Falls on Feb. 4, in hopes of boosting the economy and improving county facilities.


They may be young, but the student athletes featured on this year’s Webutuck varsity girls soccer team have an abundance of talent to offer on the field as they take on their opponents this season. Photo submitted

Lady Warriors soccer team falls twice to Dragons, triumphs over Bombers

WEBUTUCK — Between the rainfall, high winds and COVID-19 restrictions, the Webutuck varsity girls soccer team has persevered, putting its best foot forward on the field during its past couple of games.


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Fishery and friends

Chris Gilette, left, and John Conklin of Lakeville, Conn., spent Saturday, Feb. 27, at a local hard water fishery in the Salisbury area as a fun way to spend a winters’ day during the coronavirus lock down, “enjoying nature, fresh air and good companionship while producing fine-table fare,” said Conklin.


For all four years of his collegiate career, Justin Cooper of Pine Plains competed as a high-scoring player on the SUNY Cortland basketball team, and his hard work was recognized in February when he was chosen for the State University of New York Athletic Conference Men’s Basketball All-Decade Team. Cooper is now a basketball coach at his alma mater, Stissing Mountain Junior/Senior High School. Photo submitted

Former Bomber Justin Cooper named to SUNYAC Men’s Basketball All-Decade Team

PINE PLAINS — Almost a decade since he competed as a student athlete for the Pine Plains Central School District, Justin Cooper, 25, has returned to  his alma mater, Stissing Mountain Junior/Senior High School, this time as a coach for the varsity boys basketball team and as an honoree of the State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUN

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