Clowning around at the Millerton Lions carnival

The Millerton Lions Club held its annual carnival at Eddie Collins Field from Thursday, June 2, to Sunday, June 5. The event is the club’s largest fundraiser of the year, and always draws a good crowd from around the area. This year was no exception. An adventurous boy zipped down the popular giant slide while at the carnival on Saturday, June 4.

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Legals Notices - 7-18-24

Legal Notice

ATTENTION: Are you holding Hylton Hundt Salon gift certificates pre-dating 2017? We invite you to use them before September 1, 2024, after which time they will be remitted into the custody of NYS as abandoned property. Please call 518-789-9390 for an appointment.

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Classifieds - July 18, 2024

Help Wanted

FAMILY RESOURCE ASSISTANT: To support North East Community Center Family Programs. Focus will be on Case Management and Family Support Resources (food, housing, utilities, etc.) for immigrant community. Associate’s or Bachelor’s in social work, human services, or related OR minimum 2 years experience required. Spanish language proficiency required. Please email resume and cover letter to info@neccmillerton.org. For more information, visit neccmillerton.org/
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THE TOWN OF SALISBURY Seeking a full-time Assistant Town Clerk: For more information or to send a cover letter and resume, please email: townclerk@salisburyct.us. You may also view a full job description on the Town website: www.salisburyct.us and click on Employment Opportunities. Applications must be received by July 26, 2024. The Town of Salisbury is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Fall's Village Selectmen appoint Dick Heinz to Housatonic River Commission

The Fall's village Board of Selectmen met Monday, July 8.

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FALLS VILLAGE — At the July 8 meeting for the Board of Selectmen, the board accepted the resignation of Matt Gallagher as an alternate on the Housatonic River Commission and appointed Dick Heinz to the position.

The selectmen voted to send $1000 from federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds to the Northwest Connecticut Transit District.

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Summer sizzle puts trout in hot water

This smallmouth bass ignored the tempting green Gurgler and instead took a reverse-hackle wet fly typically used in Tenkara angling. Fish are funny that way.

Patrick L. Sullivan

The dog days have arrived.

This phrase refers to the summer, which brings heat, which makes trout unhappy.

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