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From left, bosom buddies Fiona Whalen and Mia Miles enjoyed the summer sunshine together among the flowers  (and corn) at McEnroe Organic Farm in Millerton. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

Story time at the farm

MILLERTON — It was a beautiful summer day for the NorthEast-Millerton Library and the Amenia Free Library to host Story Hour at McEnroe Organic Farm in Millerton on Friday, Aug. 6. 


Friends of the Irondale Schoolhouse Board Trustee John Brunese, center, congratulated Daisy Matus and Liam Lynch as the recipients of this year’s Irondale Schoolhouse Scholarship in front of the one-room schoolhouse at the head of the Harlem Valley Rail Trail in Millerton. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

Webutuck graduates thankful for their Irondale Schoolhouse Scholarships

MILLERTON — Two local scholarship winners of the Irondale Schoolhouse Scholarships have simple but important advice for rising seniors who will soon be facing a year of college applications quickly followed by hefty tuition bills — the cost of pursuing their dreams. 

Both winners said: Think scholarships. 

Pulver to re-run for Legislature

NORTH EAST —  An article ran last week erroneously stating the North East Republican Committee had nominated Gregg Pulver, chairman of the Dutchess County Legislature (District 19), and Ola Nesheiwat Hawatmeh, who lost the 2020 Republican Primary for U.S. Congress (District 19) to Millbrook attorney Kyle Van De Water, to join its committee.


During their nature walk on Thursday, July 15, a group of children from the area stopped to inspect a snake skin that had recently been shed near Rudd Pond in Millerton. Photo by Kristin McClune

Nature Scouts on the hunt at Millerton’s Rudd Pond

MILLERTON — Summertime has been both educational and fun for several dozen children between the ages of 3 and 12 who were able to learn more about creatures living in the wild through Nature Scouts at Rudd Pond. 


Stopping by Daisey Hill Farm in Millerton on Monday afternoon, July 26, Millerton resident Bob McGhee Jr. was drawn to the supply of bi-color sweet corn available at the farm. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle​

Heat helps corn grow tall and sweet at Daisey Hill Farm

MILLERTON — The silky stalks of bi-color corn are starting to climb ever taller at Daisey Hill Farm at 438 Indian Lake Road in Millerton, according to farm worker Karen Conners, who gave The Millerton News an updated corn report on Monday morning, July 26.

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