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Roeliff Jansen Historical Society Board member Nick Fritsch stood with his wife, Lesley Doyel, president of the society, before the altar railing at the Roeliff Jansen Historical Society Museum, which was a former church built in 1952 that has since been named to the National Register of Historic Places. It’s part of the current exhibit, Revived in Wood. The exhibit runs through October. Photo by Judith O'Hara Balfe

A look at the world of little wooden country churches in Copake Falls

COPAKE FALLS — As most know, art comes in many forms. And many are also aware that religion is the mainstay of communities around the world. 

Salisbury Central School faculty and staff got children sorted out and on their way as the first day of the 2021-22 school year got underway Monday, Aug. 30. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

Schools are open

On a warmish and cloudy Monday morning, Aug. 30, students arrived at Salisbury Central School for the first day of the 2021-22 school year.

Everyone was wearing masks, and the overall scene featured more organization and less cheerful hubbub than in previous years.

The Boston Globe newspaper has shared content with other publications around the U.S. that is meant to reassure Americans that vaccines are safe. Photo Boston Globe

COVID-19 Notebook: Myths and facts about the vaccination

Last Tuesday, Aug. 18, the Boston Globe newspaper published a special section dedicated to reassuring Americans that COVID-19 vaccines are both safe and necessary. Other newspapers across the country were invited to take part and to share some of the Globe’s content. 


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