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The official newspaper of the towns of Bedford, Pound Ridge and Lewisboro, New York

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Inspiring!

Phoebe Skinner, a first-grader at Bedford Village Elementary School, spelling the word “inspire” to win first place in the 10th annual BVES spelling bee Feb. 8.

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Shoot, mourn, repeat

A gunman killed 17 people at a south Florida high school on Wednesday. We are shaken by the news, not only out of sympathy for the victims’ families and terrified survivors, but in the stark realization that murder on an unimaginable scale is possible anywhere.

Even in our schools. Even in our churches. Even in our movie theaters and concert venues.

The intractable problem of gun violence hits close to home no matter where the country’s latest mass shooting takes place. Every parent that says good-bye to their kids in the morning confronts fears for lapses in school safety. And it’s not just children who are at risk. One of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victims, Anne Marie Murphy, was a teacher from Katonah.

School administrators and public safety officials work hand in hand to do what they can.  Read more >

John Shearer honored at Black History Celebration

By JANE K. DOVE

John Shearer, a renowned photographer and longtime resident of Lake Katonah, is being honored for his outstanding contributions by the Westchester County Board of Legislators as part of its Black History and Heritage Celebration.

Mr. Shearer will be recognized at the County Board of Legislators meeting Feb. 26, at 6:30 p.m.

According to biographical information from the “Time Life Picture Collection,” Mr. Shearer is described as a true renaissance man, fashioned in the mold of his boyhood idol Gordon Parks. Gordon Parks was the first African-American staff photographer at Life magazine, and Mr. Shearer, just 17 when they met, became the second.

Also like Mr. Parks, the Lake Katonah resident has been a photographer, writer, producer, director, lecturer and professor.  Read more >

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