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Poughkeepsie is “Center of Universe” for IBM’s New Flagship Product, Molinaro meets team behind the new z13 mainframe system

Poughkeepsie is “Center of Universe” for IBM’s New Flagship Product Molinaro meets team behind the new z13 mainframe system Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro and IBM’s General Manager zSystems Ross Mauri in front of IBM’s new flagship product – the…

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Free Rabies Clinic Scheduled

Free Rabies Clinic Scheduled The Dutchess County Department of Health in partnership with the Dutchess County SPCA will hold a rabies vaccination clinic for dogs, cats and ferrets that are at least three months of age on Saturday, April 11,…

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Pawling School Board Business Meeting Agenda 3/9/2015 – 7:30 PM

Pawling School Board Business Meeting 3/9/2015 – 7:30 PM Elementary School Multi-purpose Room 7 Haight Street, Pawling, NY 12564 1. Business Meeting Called to Order by Board President 1. Roll Call by Clerk pro tem 2. Pledge to the Flag…

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Elizabeth Blejwas of Poughquag Earns Scholarship for Alvernia University

News from Alvernia University Elizabeth Blejwas Earns Scholarship for Alvernia University READING, PA (03/09/2015)(readMedia)– Hard work in high school has paid off for college-bound seniors. Elizabeth Blejwas, of Poughquag, N.Y., has been granted the Veronica Founder’s Scholarship to study at…

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In New York and now 24 other states bats are dying in droves

In New York and now 24 other states bats are dying in droves Since white-nose syndrome first was discovered in Schoharie County in upstate New York in 2006, about one million little brown bats have died in New York alone….

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Appalachian Trail launches voluntary thru-hiker registration

Appalachian Trail launches voluntary thru-hiker registration HARPERS FERRY, W.Va. – The Appalachian Trail Conservancy has launched a voluntary registration system for people attempting to hike the entire trail. The conservancy says the goal is to protect the 2,185-mile-long trail from…

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Pet of the Week: Hendrix

Hendrix is a young male Orange Tabby looking for a family. He’s a gorgeous kitty who is ready for Spring training. He’s polydactyl which means he has extra toes on his paws. He looks like he’s ready to field some…

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Dutchess County Department of Human Resources Exam Announcement

Dutchess County Department of Human Resources Exam Announcement Exam Title: Public Health Education Coordinator State Exam Number: 60594 Exam Date: 5/2/2015 Last File Date: 4/1/2015 A civil service exam has been announced in a title you indicated interest in. If…

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Kelly Anne Stathis of Poughquag named to Dean’s List at Washington University

News from Washington University in St. Louis Kelly Anne Stathis named to Dean’s List at Washington University in St. Louis ST. LOUIS, MO (03/06/2015)(readMedia)– Kelly Anne Stathis of Poughquag, NY (12570) was named to the Dean’s List for the fall…

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PANCAKE BREAKFAST AT THE AMENIA FIREHOUSE

PANCAKE BREAKFAST SUNDAY, MARCH 15, 2015 AT THE AMENIA FIREHOUSE 36 MECHANIC STREET 7:30 TO 11 A.M. ALL YOU CAN EAT! ADULTS: $7.00 SENIORS/UNDER 12: $6.00 INFO: 373-8352

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The Webutuck Class of 2020 is selling great coffee and tea as a fundraiser this winter

THE CLASS OF 2020! The Class of 2020 is selling great coffee and tea as a fundraiser this winter. Giving Bean offers quality coffee (and tea) and provides eco-friendly packaging with custom labels for The Class of 2020. Sales will…

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PAWLING PART-TIME ZONING ADMINISTRATOR

PART-TIME ZONING ADMINISTRATOR The Town of Pawling is seeking applications from individuals interested in serving as a part-time Zoning Administrator. This position is responsible for administering the provisions of the zoning ordinances and issuing land-use permits, sign permits, and special-use…

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Lumber Liquidators sold illegal flooring, ‘60 Minutes’ says

Lumber Liquidators sold illegal flooring, ‘60 Minutes’ says Lumber Liquidators Holdings Inc. sold flooring containing levels of formaldehyde higher than California health and safety standards, according to the television news program “60 Minutes.” The flooring comes from mills in China,…

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Luminary Publishing and Putnam County Wine & Food Fest Announce Partnership

Kingston, NY — Luminary Publishing, a leading provider of media services in the Hudson Valley and beyond, and Putnam County Wine & Food Fest, a popular two-day event now in its fifth year, announce a strategic event production, media, and…

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