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Compost Happens: tips for making it happen right
This undated photo shows sprinkling soybean meal on the hay within this compost pile is one way to add nitrogen for quicker composting, in New Paltz, New York. Photo: Lee Reich, AP That problem usually can be traced to some limiting factor in what a pile is fed, or to issues of moisture or aeration.
Mon Sep 15, 2014
Catskill confidential: Fallsburg gets $10M loan for wastewater treatment plant
A $10.8 million no-interest loan was awarded to the eastern Sullivan County Town of Fallsburg last week so it can upgrade a wastewater treatment plant.
PHOTOS: 24th Taste of New Paltz
Sure, the food was delicious at the annual Taste of New Paltz, but there was even more to be had this year.
Get on the bus to the New York City Climate March on September 21
At least five buses from the New Paltz area will be heading to New York City on Sunday, September 21 for what some are calling "the biggest environmental march in history." Two years ago, Dan Guenther journeyed to Washington, DC to what was then the largest environmental rally, protesting the XL Pipeline.
Sun Sep 14, 2014
3-D printed home planned in Ulster
If all goes according to his audacious plan, Adam Kushner will design and build the world's first 3-D printed estate - in Gardiner - within the next two years.
Fri Sep 12, 2014
Blue Devils volleyball drops two
The Blue Devils fell in a non-conference matchup against SUNYAC rival New Paltz 3-1, with set scores of 18-25, 25-21, 23-25 and 20-25. The team got its offensive production from Sara Madison, who finished with 14 kills while Jessica DiChristopher added 11 kills and Megan Collins finished with nine kills.
The "They May Take Our Lives, but They'll Never Take Our Freedom" Edition
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Thu Sep 11, 2014
Steve Israel: Time cannot dispel Morris' legacy of caring
Lynne Morris, who went to work at the World Trade Center on that impossibly blue Sept.
New Paltz employees to be moved out of Town Hall
Town officials expect to be able to move all employees at Town Hall into modular housing units by next week.
Wed Sep 10, 2014
Double bank robber pleads guilty in Ulster County Court
The Greene County man who police arrested for a pair of bank robberies in Ulster County last year has pleaded guilty to robbery charges.
Mon Sep 08, 2014
Kingston teacher back in district after felony guilty plea
Suspended Kingston High School teacher Matthew DiDonna is back working in the district after pleading guilty to possessing magic mushrooms, a felony.
Sun Sep 07, 2014
HITS horse show wraps up Saugerties season with $1M prize
Todd Minikus sat on Struzzieri's right, his tanned face wreathed in a smile above the formal brown jacket and pants, white shirt and tall boots of an equestrian.
Writer/activist Bill McKibben to lecture on climate change
Environmental writer and activist Bill McKibben will deliver a lecture at SUNY New Paltz in support of a mass gathering in New York City about climate change slated for later in the month.
Thu Sep 04, 2014
Zephyr Teachout speaks at SUNY New Paltz anti-fracking rally
Gubernatorial candidate Zephyr Teachout and her running mate for lieutenant governor Tim Wu made a stop on their "Whistleblower Tour" this past Friday to speak at a rally against fracking at SUNY New Paltz. Teachout, a professor of Constitutional Law at Fordham University, announced at the rally that she had just received the endorsement of the National Organization for Women along with the Sierra Club, The Nation and a plethora of unions throughout the state.
Wed Sep 03, 2014
New Paltz may move Town Hall to office park
Town officials are hoping to eliminate environmental health problems at Town Hall by moving to the office park that's already home to the town's police department.
Ulster P-TECH gives students hope for future
The new Hudson Valley Pathways Academy opened its doors on Wednesday. The day began with a bit of introductory martial arts.
The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York
Jean Ada Ambrosini- Gollnick
Jean A. Ambrosini-Gollnick, 85 of Tanglewood Manor, formerly of 9 Orchard St., Jamestown, passed away peacefully Sunday, Aug. 31, 2014, in WCA Hospital.
Tue Sep 02, 2014
Norwalk Citizen News
Garlic chives: ornamental, tasty, sometimes weedy
This undated photo shows garlic chives which is ornamental, tasty, and -- when grown at an appropriate location, such as the one depicted in New Paltz, New York -- does not threaten to become weedy.