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Sharing poetry while isolated

COPAKE — At a time when many may feel isolated and alone due to the COVID-19 pandemic,  the Roeliff Jansen Community Library’s Virtual Poetry Open Mic Night, hosted by Copake published poet Karen Schoemer,  planned for Saturday, April 18, from 5 to 6:30 p.m., might be just what the doctor ordered.


A field hospital owned by the state Department of Public Health was constructed in the entry to Sharon Hospital on Friday by members of the Connecticut militia, under the guidance of Daniel Murphy, director of the New England Disaster Training Center. Photo by Cynthia Hochswender

The truth behind the Sharon Hospital rumors

Updated: April 15, 9:30 a.m.

SHARON — The rumors that Sharon Hospital will become an overflow facility for Norwalk Hospital are not exactly true. As is often the case with rumors, though, there are some true elements in the story.


Outstanding 4-H member Hunter Gardener posed with 4-H Youth Development Issue Leader Cornell Cooperative Extension of Columbia and Greene Counties Linda Tripp after receiving his award this January. Photo submitted

Taconic High School student honored by 4-H Club

HILLSDALE — Taconic High School senior Hunter Gardner, who was recently honored for his work with the 4-H program, hasn’t decided yet on what he’ll major in when he goes off to college next fall, but he already has great plans for his adult life.


Located at 32 Front St. in Millbrook, the staff at Marona’s Market has been taking the necessary precautions to keep safe and healthy as it continues working at the grocery store during the COVID-19 pandemic. Photo submitted

Grocery stores, pharmacies busier than ever as they deal with pandemic

HARLEM VALLEY — Supermarkets across the Harlem Valley are working overtime, trying to keep their staff and customers safe, their stores sanitized and their shelves stocked during the coronavirus pandemic.

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