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by Our Man in Wyoming in Features
Mon Jan 25th, 2016

The Bighorn Basin is surrounded on all sides by mountains, a big ellipse 200 miles south to north. The Rockies are to the west, the Bighorns to the east. Bounding...

by Our Man in Wyoming in Features
Tue Jan 19th, 2016

I am a New Englander, now enduring a second winter living at the center of the Bighorn Basin of Wyoming. In many ways the Bighorn Basin represents the polar opposite...

Delavergne Hill inspires a landscape painter -- Trevor McWilliams captures the “way it was”
by Antonia Shoumatoff in Features
Mon Jan 18th, 2016

A painting of the view from Delavergne Hill came to our attention when our photo editor was seeking illustrations to go with a story about the impact of Silo Ridge...

by Stephen Kaye in Features
Tue Dec 15th, 2015

A non-exclusive special of The Millbrook Independent

Alex Shoumatoff, brother of our own Tonia Shoumatoff, played a round with candidate Trump long before he was a candidate.  It was back...

by Jim Klotsy in Features
Mon Dec 14th, 2015

Photo by Jim Klotsy

Tue Dec 8th, 2015

Millbrook’s Danielle Molella uses her hands to heal. As a licensed massage therapist, Professional Bowenwork Practitioner and Board Certified in Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork, Molella understands that touch can have...

Tue Dec 1st, 2015

During two Sundays in December the Millerton Business Group is celebrating the Christmas season with a variety of events around the village. 

On Sunday December 13 at 11:00 am. The...

New faces at Amenia farmers’ market
by Stephen Kaye in Features
Tue Dec 1st, 2015

New, but friendly faces appeared at Amenia’s indoor farmers’ market Saturday, beginning with a moveable donut factory that greeted us at the entrance door.  Great Cape Baking Company offers...