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CORNWALL — On an overcast but temperate day, the 27th annual Cornwall Agricultural Fair welcomed waves of enthusiasts to the town Green on Saturday, Sept. 8, to see live animal exhibits, buy from vendors and visit with people they had not seen for a spell.

Following a rousing welcoming speech by Bill Dinneen, president of the Agriculture Commission, the fair was underway. 

“I’m always excited about it,” Dinneen said, surveying the activity. “It’s a community fair. Neighbors visit with neighbors. It’s a good thing for the...

Cornwall

The way we were

Cornwall hosted an old-time agricultural fair (the 26th in the town’s history) on Saturday, Sept. 9, on the town Green. For a story, visit Cow chips, ahoy! Fun for all at Agricultural Fair

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West Cornwall restaurant to open

CORNWALL — A new American cuisine restaurant will open in September at the former location of the Wandering Moose restaurant, First Selectman Gordon Ridgway told the selectmen at their Aug. 22 meeting.
The new tenants will be moving to Cornwall from Marlborough, Mass., hoping to renovate the restaurant to offer “comfort food” throughout the day, including breakfast, lunch and dinner. 
“It sounds very positive,” Ridgway said, adding that he hopes that the town will turn out to support the business when it opens.

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French connection: style, skins, stingrays

CORNWALL — When Alexis Delletery displayed his work at Cornwall’s 58th Rose Algrant Show earlier in August, no one quite knew what to make of it. The objects were handsomely and professionally crafted — but what were they made of? Just what was that material, hard as ivory but textured like an unfamiliar animal? Not snake, not crocodile, not shark …
The answer is shagreen, the rawhide produced by another animal you probably wouldn’t want to get too friendly with: a stingray. 

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Cornwall Ag Fair Sept. 9

CORNWALL — Those who missed any of the traditional fairs over Labor Day weekend need not despair. The 26th annual Cornwall Agricultural Fair will be held this weekend on Saturday, Sept. 9, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the town Green.
The organizer this year is Bill Dinneen; anyone interested in entering some of their finest backyard or farm produce can call him with questions at 860-672-0035, or First Selectman Gordon Ridgway at 860-672-4959.

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Bustling and beautiful Algrant art show

CORNWALL — The 58th Rose Algrant Art show opening was bustling on Friday night, Aug. 11, in Cornwall. By 7:30 p.m., Alden Weigold, who was counting the number of people walking in, had counted 276 people. The opening was held from 5 to 8 p.m.; the show was also open Saturday and Sunday.
This is the second year the show (a Cornwall tradition) has been held at the Trinity Conference Center in West Cornwall. The show moved to Trinity after being held for many years at  Cornwall Consolidated School. 

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Flat Rocks Road will close on Sept. 11

CORNWALL — Replacement of the Flat Rocks Road bridge is scheduled to begin around Aug. 28. The road will be closed to motorists on Sept. 11.
Roger Kane, bridge adviser to the town, made a report at the Aug. 1 Board of Selectmen’s meeting. 

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Resurrection of Trinity center is almost complete

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WEST CORNWALL — The guest house at the Trinity Retreat Center in West Cornwall is now almost fully renovated, meaning the center could re-open as soon as this autumn.
The community was invited in on Saturday, July 29, to see the stately building and the adjoining historic stone chapel, to visit with a recently rescued family of donkeys (including a new baby, born after the rescue) and to listen to live music and eat handmade pizza cooked in a fire truck. 

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Some positive notes in a bad budget year

CORNWALL — Collection of overdue taxes brought greater-than-anticipated revenue to the town, as discussed by the selectmen at their Tuesday, July 18, meeting in reviewing year-end figures to be submitted to the finance board.
“The town clerk took in more fees than budgeted,” First Selectman Gordon Ridgway reported, reviewing the revenue side of the fiscal year that ended June 30, 2017.  

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Back in three sites, rummage sale is a huge hit

CORNWALL — During one of the busiest weekends of the summer in Cornwall, the 61st annual Woman’s Society Rummage Sale from July 15 to 17 went off without a hitch.
This year, shoppers hunted for everything from books and clothes to electronics and art in three different locations around Cornwall: the Congregational Church in Cornwall Village, Town Hall and Mohawk Mountain.

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Railroad sprays tracks again despite new bill

CORNWALL — More herbicide was sprayed on the railroad tracks last month, just days before a bill was passed at the state Legislature forbidding the railroad company from spraying herbicides without consulting towns first (see article, Page A1).
The selectmen discussed the issue at their July 5 meeting. 

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