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New Kingston Post Office will be hosting Passport Day

New Kingston — The State Department announced that it is planning to raise passport fees, but customers can avoid the increase by getting their passports now. As a convenience to postal customers, New Kingston Post Office will host a passport day and accept passport applications on Saturday, March 27 from 8 a.m. to noon at the New Kingston Post Office.


Cows escaped serious injury when barn addition roof fell

By Brian Sweeney
The good news from last week’s historic snowstorm was that the predicted high winds never materialized. As a result, the broken trees and power outages that many had feared, were minimal.


New Kingston News: Dec. 9, 2009

New Kingston Valley Grange held its regular meeting Thursday night. Several members took a collection for the Food Bank. The Lecturer, Sandra Greene, announced the birthdays of Lynda Ploutz the 18th, Loretta Keator 29th, Sandra Greene 27th and Marian Schimmel 31st.


New Kingston News: Nov. 4, 2009

New Kingston Valley Grange held their Good Granger dinner Thursday night at the Inn Between. Master Edwin Vermilyea presented the Granger of the Year aware to Patrick Clark. Everyone enjoyed the meal.


Captain and Mrs. Casey Russell

Captain and Mrs. Casey Russell

U.S. Army Captain Casey Russell, son of Bill and Trudy Russell of New Kingston, and Jadelyn Baniqued, were married at the Paris Hilton in Las Vegas, Nevada on July 18, 2009.


New Kingston News: Sept. 23, 2009

New Kingston Valley Gange held their regular meeting last week Thursday night. The guest speaker was New York State Grange Master Oliver Orton. Master Edwin Vermilyea presented Ken Taylor his 25-year member pin.


New Kingston News: Sept. 2, 2009

There will be a New Kingston Grange meeting Thursday night and there will be a guest speaker from State Grange.


New Kingston News: August 26, 2009

Betty Elliott and Sue Buonocore attended the DAR meeting last week at the home of Zada All in Stamford.


New Kingston News: August 12, 2009

New Kingston Valley Grange held its regular meeting Thursday night, Aug. 6. They elected a new Flag Bearer, Patrick Clark as Bill Ruff is unable to do it.


"Whoop-de-Doo" exhibit at Middletown Town Hall

Margaretville — The New Kingston “Whoop-de-Doo,” a celebration of local food, fun and folkways that was held annually from 1969 to 1976, is the subject of a new exhibit in the history display case at the Middletown Town Hall.


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