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To the editor:The truth: Josh Riley, the Democratic candidate for Congress in the 19th CD, strongly supports the National Alliance for Mental Illness's concept that... [Read More]
To the editor:No, Richard Graham, it's the wrong time to 'vote for the other guy' as you stated in your letter dated 10/04/22. Not now,... [Read More]
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Zonta International commemorates the 10th anniversary of the International Day of the Girl on Oct. 11. In the last decade, opportunities have increased for girls... [Read More]
The New York State Gaming Commission's Division of Lottery announced the launch of new training for Lottery retailers to reinforce the importance of age verification... [Read More]
Columbia County's deer population causes damage to cars, forests, and crops every year. To responsibly manage the deer population at Public Conservation Areas, the Columbia... [Read More]
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EDITOR'S NOTE: Most events and meetings are cancelled or have been moved online due to the virus outbreak. Please call ahead to confirm.Monday, Oct. 10■... [Read More]
ALBANY –Gorgeous peak fall colors are expected in the Adirondacks this weekend, with beautiful near-peak leaves to be found throughout most of the Catskills, plus... [Read More]
The Ashokan Center in Ulster County is gearing up to celebrate the season of harvest, and bounty of the region, with its annual Fall... [Read More]
Columbia County American Legion Oratorical Scholarship Program has started. This program is a constitutional speech contest, provides the opportunity to practice public speaking, learn about... [Read More]
Greenville's Ryan Arp was the A Flight Medalist at the Patroon Conference Medalist Tournament at Rainbow Golf Course on Thursday. [Read More]
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It's the Columbia County equivalent of a mysterious and insidious invasion of creatures without form or substance. Several Chatham village residents found small plastic bags... [Read More]
Ten months after the town board opted out of marijuana dispensaries, Cairo officials Monday reversed their decision and voted to accept them, becoming the first... [Read More]
Shelves at the Pet Food Bank at the Columbia-Greene Humane Society were filled Saturday, thanks to the generous donations the shelter received from the public. [Read More]
A Catskill man was arrested for the sixth time since June after Saugerties police took him into custody on a warrant Sept. 30. [Read More]
Hudson High School has canceled the remainder of its 2022 varsity football season. [Read More]
The laundry industry would have you believe that in order to get brilliant, clean laundry, you need to use powders, liquids and pods that are... [Read More]
If you're asked for names of well-known entrepreneurs, a few obvious contenders might come to mind, like Bill Gates or Steve Jobs. A recent survey... [Read More]
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