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February 16, 2018

My husband, Keith and I are owners of Elite Progression CrossFit in Pawling. The advice we give our athletes is the same advice I would pass onto anyone looking to get back into the fitness world or even just working on some at home exercises. We all take the time out...

February 16, 2018

On Monday, February 5, Pawling High School honored senior basketball players at Senior Night to celebrate their achievements on the court and wish them well as they move on. Pawling played Hawthorne Cedar Knolls and won the game, 53 – 24. All seniors participated in th...

The Pawling High School wrestling team has been riding a wave of success that has earned them a trip to the State Championship later this month. The honor of competing at States was earned following a dominant performance at the Section 1, Division 2 championships held...

Over the past month, an oft-discussed issue has been the Pawling Central School District’s decision to change the High School Football program from an 11-man team to an 8-man squad for the 2018 season. The decision was reached at the conclusion of last season, with dis...

February 16, 2018

Evalyn passed into the light January 9th with her husband, Doug, by her side. Evalyn and Doug had enjoyed 33 years of Wedded Bliss. Evalyn worked in education most of her life starting in Memphis, TN, then to Hanau, Germany, Mineral Wells, TX, Pascagoula, Moss Point, O...

February 16, 2018

When a stranger calls your house and tells you that your computer has a problem – Hang Up!

Or, if your computer screen suddenly fills with a “security warning” do the computer equivalent of hanging up – reboot the computer. (Don’t click on the warning window, and don’t...

On Saturday, February 3, the Pawling Fire Department (PFD) held the 21st annual Sportsman’s Night. The sold-out fundraiser saw the community turn out in droves for an elaborate game dinner, with proceeds going toward the purchase of equipment, training, and the departm...

Earlier this month, a group of Pawling High School students said goodbye to America and bonjour to Canada as they traveled north for an international field trip to Quebec City. Led by French teacher Mme. Mirela Spinelli, nearly 40 students and their chaperones embarked...

February 16, 2018

A secret garden is hiding in Poughkeepsie.

You don’t need to know Morse code or get your hands on a treasure map to find it. In fact, the secluded paradise is just off Route 9. That does not mean you will spot it from the roadside, however.

Need a hint? Try doing a quick...

February 16, 2018

As the weather gets colder, more and more people are coming down with some type of “bug.” With so many germs circulating around us, protecting ourselves from these unpleasant illnesses is a top priority. Thankfully, the most effective defense is one of the simplest. Ha...

February 16, 2018

What is the relationship between and among mind, body, spirit, food, inflammation and anxiety? This article will attempt to address that question, beginning with anxiety, what contributes to it and what may dissolve it. If you have “anxiety” it is likely not in your he...

“You are what you eat” or “food is medicine,” are two phrases you may have heard before. In our age of broad access to medications, it’s easy to overlook the power of diet in the prevention of chronic diseases like heart disease. While some of us may require more than...

February 16, 2018

Winter weather can certainly be a nuisance with its snow and below freezing temperatures, especially if you’re one of the unlucky ones who commutes to and from work in the dark. However, it’s worth considering adding outdoor exercise as another reason to look forward t...

February 16, 2018

Some say the brain is the final frontier of medical inquiry. With that said, much has been discovered in recent years that is leading to a greater understanding of why many of us, at some point in our lives, can experience the debilitating effects of anxiety.

Merriam-We...

February 16, 2018

Now that the holidays are over and the wrapping paper put away, the last thing on your mind is probably sending gifts. But by now, your college student has returned to school – and we’re still hungry. Care packages are always welcome, regardless what time of the year i...

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