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Something to chew on

Something to chew on

The all-day conference on migration and mental health at SUNY New Paltz this Friday, October 11, is coming at an opportune time. Though American history records several eras when conflict raged over immigrants and immigration, there have been few more virulent than what’s going on now.

Saugerties Times letters (10/3-10/9)

Saugerties Times letters (10/3-10/9)

In this week’s letters to the editor, the town supervisor candidates trade barbs, Town Board candidate Michael Ivino promises to serve everyone, a few more candidate endorsements, crime forum scheduled, bail reform, and Trump’s policies.

Saugerties Times letters (8/8-14)

Saugerties Times letters (8/8-14)

Topics include: Keep the bluestone sidewalks; sharing nuclear tech with Saudi Arabia; new trees on Main St. didn’t cost village; thanks to a good doc; See movie on government’s mistreatment of Minnesota’s Somali community; Allen wants to debate; Saugerties public access channel needs help; message to Trump: leave.

Kingston’s on fire again

Kingston’s on fire again

Kingston’s burning, but this time don’t blame the British, embroiled as they are with Brexit issues. With median property prices increasing more than 20 percent in the first half of this year over last year’s first half, the market for Kingston real estate is hot.

The luck of the Vikings

The luck of the Vikings

Maybe badly buffeted Norwegian Air will experience a resurgence. Maybe it’ll thrive again. Maybe it’ll survive only in another form under another ownership. Maybe it’ll go bankrupt.