By Judy Garrison
Richard and Diana Johnson, well known to many of our readers, live in the former hamlet of Tremperskill, across the road from the Tremperskill Store, a large row of solar panels bordering their prairie style stone and wood home, designed and largely built by Rich.
By Phyllis Galowitz
The sumacs are golden, bronze and bright red. The burning bush is flaming. The apple trees are heavy with their bright fruits. Some of the trees here in Palmer Hollow have already lost all of their leaves on this mid-October day, but as I look at the surrounding hills, the colors are brilliant!
News from the Andes Public Library
Rima Walker reviews Rules of Civility by Amor Towles
By Jack McShane Since the deer are few here in Bussey Hollow I have focused my attention on a small murder of crows that attend to the few pieces of stale bread that are presented on the front lawn every couple of days. Yes, I did say a murder of crows. You might want to
By Robert L Chakar, Jr., Superintendent of Schools
On October 6th Andes Central School celebrated its 3rd Annual “Evening of Excellence”, honoring the 13 students in grades 8-12 who maintained an average of 90% or higher for the four quarters of the 2010-11 school year.