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October 20, 2020

As Waterville Central School District comes close to two months of in-person classes, the Brothertown Music Boosters said it’s time for more than just virtual music classes.

Jamie-Lee Broedel, speaking for the Boosters at last week’s WCS Board of Education meeting, said the group had waited patiently for changes to instruction. “It appears we have t...

October 20, 2020

A new restaurant is set to open Sunday, Nov. 1 in the Village of Clinton. The Compound is updating the spot previously rented by The Village Crossing. The eatery at 11 W. Park Row will serve grilled cheese with a twist. Those walking on West Park Row will also notice a new boutique open in the former spot of the Adirondack Cheese Company. The name...

October 20, 2020

It was a packed house at last week’s Kirkland Town Board meeting.

Residents of the Town filled the municipal building to voice concerns over the proposed local law dealing with Farm and Fowl.

With social distancing practiced in the meeting hall, residents had to line up in the hallway and wait for their turn to voice their issues. Three letters of co...

October 20, 2020

About all that’s known of the new fire truck purchased by the Village of Waterville is that it has returned to South Dakota.

As of last week’s Village Board meeting, the manufacturer, Rosenbauer, had not communicated with either the village or the Waterville Fire Department. The truck was towed back to South Dakota at the end of September because of...

October 20, 2020

With a limit of raising the tax levy 1.56 percent, the Town of Brookfield budget might require an override by the board of the tax cap.

At last week’s Town Board meeting, Supervisor Loren Corbin outlined the scenario for 2021. Because of significant reductions in revenue from the Covid-19 impact this year, and projected out to next year, Brookfield’...

October 20, 2020

Over 50 area residents and Hamilton College students attended a Kirkland-Clinton Community Climate Meeting last week via Zoom.

The online forum was hosted by the Clinton-Kirkland Climate Smart Task Force. The reason behind the meeting was to gather information from Clinton and Kirkland residents about impacts of climate change in this area.

The meeti...

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Inside This Week

Editorial -

A Good Start

Throughout the Inside -

•In Times Past

•Covid-19 Information

•New York State News

•Official Opening

•Warriors beat Mustangs 2-0

•Warriors Shut Down

New Hartford

•Inside Clinton Elementary

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Photo By Zach Lewis

In spring, when Covid-19 guidelines were starting to be enforced, I didn't take as many photos as usual. I didn't leave my house much.  As a way to continue taking photos, I would snap photos through the windows. I was staying at home, and I was socially distancing. Although it's summer and more places are opening again, I'm still staying at home more. So, I continue to take wildlife photos from my window from time to time. This photo was taken from my window on Tuesday, Aug. 4 during heavy rainstorms. 

 

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