October 22nd, 2014

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Walden fire house bid rejected again

Yet again, the vote was turned down, with residents taking a firm stance against the referendum with a 187 to 42 vote against the renovations, according to Denise Miller, district secretary. Full article

City tobacco ordinance stirs up emotions

The smoke coming out of Newburgh City Council Chambers Oct. 14 was symbolic — it represented the heated feelings of retail tobacco dealers throughout the city. Full article

A native son remembered

On Sunday, family, relatives and friends of the late Michael Canosa (1920-2013) gathered at the Cluett Schantz Park in Milton to unveil a stone monument and plaque and to dedicate the park pavilion in his honor. Full article

Panthers improve to 6-1, eye Cornwall

Wallkill will step off for its quest for a Section 9, Class A title Friday, Oct. 31, and Saturday the Panthers pushed aside another divisional rival as they wind down the regular season. Full article

Goldbacks thrash Kingston, 68-14

The easy part of Newburgh’s schedule is over, and the Goldbacks made the most of their last three games with runaway thrashings over Valley Central, Pine Bush and Kingston.Read full article.

Huskies making move toward playoffs

Highland’s boys’ soccer team had a 1-0 lead at the half at home Thursday, Oct. 16 before Saugerties tied it 1-1 in the second half. But after putting pressure on the Sawyers’ goalie, Ben Ratick found the net for a goal as Highland won 2-1.Read full article.

Landscape photos at Gardiner Library

The Gardiner Library is hosting an exhibit of landscapes by Andrea McFarland. An artist’s reception will be held on Friday, Oct. 24 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. in the library community room.Read full article.

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Wallkill Valley Times

• Walden fire house bid rejected again
• Crawford begins Community Visioning Sessions

Mid Hudson Times

• City tobacco ordinance stirs up emotions
• Task force addresses distressed properties

Southern Ulster Times

• A native son remembered
• Castellani on the way out?

Sports

• Panthers improve to 6-1, eye Cornwall
• Goldbacks thrash Kingston, 68-14
• Huskies making move toward playoffs

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