Selections from this week’s print edition.
VanBlarcum deserves your support; Saving Private Francis.
Facing the facts on the Vietnam War; Saugerties solar project; concentrate power locally; worrying about children.
Where should solar panels go?…Clarification from artist on bows…Figueroa for Sheriff…Scott for Library Board.
It was another great festival, but unfortunately we brought in $4,000 less at the gate this year than last year. Right now we are struggling with the fact that we may not be able to pay our bills.
Selections from the July 26 issue of Kingston Times.
Additional surveys have found therapeutic, appetite enhancement, relaxation and aiding sleep as dominating factors (See: Marist Poll “Weed and the American Family” April 17, 2017).
Term limits being pushed by Mercer family, enough with Hugh Reynolds, Delgado’s socially conscious rap, Saugerties solar installation is an industrial use, Friends of Historic Saugerties mourns Myles Putnam, kelp/seaweed farming good for planet.
Topics include: Saugerties tourism, opposition to Title IX gag rule, hats off to DPW, no solar farm.
Congressional endorsements; treatment of children and families at border shames us all; successful golf fundraiser.