This was the week of the epic story, with all the headline news pieces well over 1,000 words, describing in full Technicolor a variety of issues.
It all began Monday, where , the spot of a ceremony last Saturday to honor the completion of bathrooms at the field. The field, which is named after a , was built by dozens of volunteers giving money and their time. Gene Sutera, who was perhaps the most dedicated volunteer, is also remembered at the field with the Gene Sutera Memorial Playscape. Sutera died unexpectedly in 2003.
Then on Tuesday, of Kobyluck Brothers LLC proposal to install a stone processing facility at 28 Industrial Drive – and Kobyluck’s subsequent four appeals. Kobyluck Brothers owner Matt Kobyluck has alleged in his four appeals that the town was against his application since the beginning, and his race (Kobyluck is a Native American) played a part into the denial.
On Thursday, we had a full story on , largely because the federal government continues to break its promise and not open a national repository. We also had a story on Wednesday about how , and from the famed Firemen’s Fair at Goshen Fire Company.
In other news, summer concerts (and picnics) , a new , we looked how Olympians have and one of the . Also, in perhaps the biggest story of the week,
I also wanted to take a minute to honor our blogging platform, local voices. In just the last week or so, we’ve added the , , the , the and as Patch bloggers. And while those are all great, we still have just , who to me are always more interesting. So again, if you’d like to sign up to blog, feel free to e-mail me at anytime at email@example.com and I’ll get you started.