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CORNWALL — Double the number of trivia competitors turned out for the second Trivia Night of 2019, held on Saturday, Nov. 23, at the Trinity Retreat Center, sponsored by the Cornwall Association to benefit the Cornwall Library.

The inaugural Trivia Night was held in April at the library and it drew about 50 competitors.

For the second go-round, about 100 hopeful intellectuals of all ages arranged themselves into teams to match their knowledge on all subjects and their powers of rapid recall. 

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Selectmen close books on after-school bills

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CORNWALL — The Board of Selectmen voted to deem uncollectable about $1,400 in unpaid fees for the after-school program held at the school until a year ago January. The program has been taken over by the Cornwall Child Center.

An account held by the town to operate the program was previously closed by the selectmen and a balance of about $2,000 turned over to the general fund. Finance Officer Barbara Herbst requested action be taken on the outstanding bills for eight families, so financial records could be closed.

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Art at the Dump fills pressing need in classroom

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CORNWALL — Art teacher Diane Dupuis ran her hand appreciatively over the new addition to her classroom. The new portable printing press is about to open up whole new directions for her students.
She is just as thrilled with how she was able to buy it: using five years of donations gathered from the Art at the Dump show and sale.

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‘War of Worlds’ dramatized

The Town Hall Players, posing after their curtain call March 24, presented the radio play “War of the Worlds.” The scene was set with the Town Hall theater mostly dark; actors ranged around the audience and flashlights were used to dramatically punctuate screams, sound effects and excerpts from the original Mercury Theatre on the Air production. A portion of proceeds from ticket sales was donated to the Cornwall Food and Fuel Bank.

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Nips, tucks, shifts as town seeks ways to pay bills

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CORNWALL — There are many pieces to the budget puzzle. What the Board of Finance will attempt to do at this point is get as clear a picture as possible of how the pieces will fit together as it works on a 2012-13 budget proposal. The goal, of course, is to cover expenses with revenues while assuring there are savings for planned (and unplanned) future expenses.
It will not be an easy year for budgeting. The grand list is down 13.5 percent after last year’s revaluation. That’s $61 million needed to make up at the current mill rate.

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Tribute to Marc Simont: The art of a life well-lived

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CORNWALL — Just past the appointed hour, Marc Simont made his entrance — certainly not contrived by him to be stylish — accompanied by his wife of 67 years, Bee, and his sister, Jenny Ireland. The Cornwall Library meeting room was packed. The room burst into applause.
Simont modestly accepted the accolades. An amazing career of roughly 75 years as an illustrator was what all had come to celebrate. But there was a much deeper tone to the reception. His admirers are also his friends, and the people with whom he has built a fine community.

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Town vault gets scrubbing along with new paint

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CORNWALL — A much-needed repainting of the Town Hall vault is done, under a modification of regulations aimed at preserving documents. Good thing, too, as it revealed a dangerous situation.
When Town Clerk Vera Dinneen proposed the work — the first repainting in more than 40 years — she consulted regulations and was dismayed to learn she would have to move all the land deeds and vital records to a vault elsewhere. It would be time-consuming and expensive, and there needed to be a way to maintain public access to records.

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Not-yet-spring fever at Mohawk

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CORNWALL — Things get a little crazy on Mohawk Mountain toward the end of the ski season.
March 10 brought crowds to Mohawk Madness, which featured a beach party and barbecue on the deck, relay races and a judged costume parade down the slopes, with the likes of Yeti, The Grim Reaper, the Blues Brother, Elvis and Captain Underpants.

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Principal defends budget with .03 percent decrease

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CORNWALL — Town and school budget proposals for 2012-13 have been presented to the Board of Finance, which will offer comment at its regular meeting March 15.
The Board of Selectmen is looking at a 1.65 percent increase. The Board of Education is proposing a slight decrease of 0.03 percent in the Cornwall Consolidated School (CCS) budget.
But what is driving budget discussions is a 13.45 percent increase to Cornwall’s share of the Region One School District budgets for the high school, Central Office and Pupil Services (special education).

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Stone Wall barn hit by truck (again)

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CORNWALL — At least this time, the cows were not put off their milking.
A wayward driver slammed into the corner of a barn at Stone Wall Dairy Farm on Route 7 in Cornwall March 5. Farmer and property owner Chris Hopkins said a support pole at the north end of the barn was hit and that the wall was moved about an inch to the west by the force of the impact.

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Mohawk Madness

There’s no mistaking “Jake and Elwood Blues” among the characters who made Mohawk Madness on March 10 a madcap ski outing in Cornwall.

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