Daily Freeman (Kingston, NY) - 20 Jan 2019

Table of content - Daily Freeman (Kingston, NY) (20 Jan 2019)

3RD LOCAL MARCH DRAWS HUNDREDS
Hein reflects with pride
Democrats reject Trump’s proposal to end shutdown
Female factor undeniable in race for White House
Saints, Rams to show off best coaches
Lawmakers set to act on abortion rights
City Hall roof work nearing completion
Kingston to 12-2 after beating Troy
Short-term rental tax worries owners, visitors
The government that goes wrong
An icy mix
Man exonerated after 45 years sells his prison art to get by
TODAY IN HISTORY
TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS
Saturday
THOUGHT FOR TODAY
Eruption at illegal gas line tap kills dozens
TODAY IN HISTORY
Anxiety as endless aftershocks continue
United Airlines jet skids from Chicago runway
Trump honors remains of 4 killed in Syria
Survivors: Up to 117 missing from sunk boat
Students in ‘MAGA’ hats mock Indians
QUOTE OF THE DAY
Congressional roll call
Female factor undeniable in race for White House
State lawmakers set to OK abortion rights measure
President
Women’s March returns — scaled down but still angry
March
Paul T. Chmura, 94, of Kingston
June Marie Chase Marnell, 89, of Kingston
Shirley J. Heidcamp, 84, of the town of Ulster
Elizabeth E. ‘Betty’ Rinaldo, 91, of Kingston
Marilyn M. Koenig, 87, of Kingston
Patricia D. Brice, 89, of Saugerties
Helen G. Davis, 94, of Kingston
City starts grading food carts
DEATH NOTICES
Bernard ‘Bernie’ Wells Sr., 87, of Kingston
James Greig, 53, of the town of Ulster
WEATHER
Hein
Shutdown
Payton-McVay a meeting of the minds
Red-hot Chiefs ready for mighty Patriots
Gibson, Ducks stop Devils
Kingston 12-2 after nonleague win over Troy
Kingston closes out regular season with win
UConn won’t rule out cutting some sports to close budget gap
After hip replacement, Mancuso encourages Vonn and Murray
Special Olympics event in Queensbury called off due to storm
Prosecutor disputes reports on Oklahoma sex assault case
US striker Tim Weah, son of George, scores on Celtic debut
Fartlek and speedwork for the runner
WRESTLING Clubs
Recover from the Holidays
RUNNING CALENDAR
Highland bounces back from loss to beat Rondout Valley
Kingston
Coaches
Patriots
Devils
Kingston defeats Highland 135.55-111.70
Early struggles prove costly for Rhinebeck versus Onteora
Swimming
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
REVVED AND READY
City Hall roof work to be done by end of month
Town presses effort for improved access to riverfront property
City still working toward landmarks ordinance
Town gives utility OK to expand substation
Town aims to do business with local banks
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY
Law & disorder
Laquan McDonald verdicts spur call for political action
Firefighters extinguish chimney fire on Burroughs Drive
Banks
Landmarks
Substation
Tax on short-term lodging worries renters, owners
Products made from threatened wildlife sold at U.S. expo
Reality checks for House newcomers
The government that goes wrong
Silence is no solution in battle against racism
Cartoonist’s take
Trump is holding our nation hostage
Pelosi seizes initiative in trench warfare with Trump
What really matters to our state lawmakers
GROUPS
YOUTH ON THE GO
Graduated
‘An Affair to Remember’ screening free to seniors
Senior groups list meeting schedules
Re-enlisted
Promoted
Bulkeley Middle School
COLLEGIANS
Collegians
Youth
Groups
Small touches make a great bathroom
U.S. classrooms starting to resemble arcades
Calendar
Asteroids smacking Earth twice as often as before
TODAY’S BEST BETS
Crossword
A food weakness
Horoscope
WORD SCRIMMAGE
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
Family trip is spoiled rotten
The Book Sense National Best-Sellers
The Mid-Hudson Library System’s Most Requested
Bathroom Using stone
Asteroids
Classrooms
SPECIAL
REAL ESTATE

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