Wave Farm Archive : Site-wide Organizational Archive Search
Use the form below to search the entire wavefarm.org site and archive. See also: Wave Farm's Transmission Art Archive, a specialized online resource of artists' experiments with the electromagnetic spectrum in form or concept. The Wave Farm Broadcast Radio Art Archive, an online resource and broadcast series that aims to identify, coalesce, and celebrate historical and contemporary international radio artworks created specifically for terrestrial AM/FM broadcast.
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Delaware County considers volunteer emergency response team news
Mar 04, 2016
Robert Cairns reports in The Watershed Post that Delaware County may form a Community Emergency Response Team, a volunteer group to help the emergency services provided by fire departments and emergen...
Delaware County passes new ethics policy news
Nov 04, 2015
Robert Cairns reports in The Watershed Post that the Delaware County Board of Supervisors updated the county's ethics policy at an Oct. 28 meeting, but has not added a local ethics board. New York Sta...
Delaware County to consider 'bed tax' news
Oct 09, 2015
Robert Cairns in the Watershed Post reports that Delaware County Economic Development Director Glenn Nealis said in Delhi Oct. 5 that on Oct. 14 Delaware County supervisors will consider a two-percent...
Solar gets taxed in Delaware County news
Apr 19, 2016
Is there now a war on solar energy? Or are towns regulating solar ahead of a rush of new installations? Cairo holds a public hearing May 2 on a solar moratorium, and Robert Cairns in The Watershed Pos...
Friday headlines news
Sep 23, 2011
Cuomo announces $175,000 for Greene farmers; $44,000 for Columbia County Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced $2.4 million from the state's Agricultural and Community Recovery Fund (ACRF) to 125 New Yo...
Delaware County groups working together on broadband news
Aug 09, 2015
[caption width="650" align="alignnone"] From the Delaware County Broadband Initiative Project website.[/caption]Robert Cairns in The Watershed Post reports about the Delaware County Broadband Initiati...
Closings and delays news
Mar 14, 2017
Closings and delays for Tue., Mar. 14: [Updated: 3.14, 8:55 a.m.] Cairo-Durham Central School District | Closed. Catholic Charities of Columbia County | Closed, for services and staff. Catholic Chari...
Three guilty pleas for planned Delaware County attack on Muslims news
Jun 28, 2019
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New York to upgrade weather forecasts news
Feb 09, 2014
[caption width="482" align="aligncenter"]Weather Radio coverage map for upstate New York.[/caption]When Vice President Joe Biden visited Gov. Andrew Cuomo in Albany Jan. 7, they unveiled “Reimagining...
Hochul and husband have potential conflict-of-interest news
Aug 12, 2021
Stephen T. Watson reports in the Buffalo News that Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul's husband will not step down as a top executive with a Buffalo-based concessions and gambling corporation that does business wi...
Closings and delays news
Mar 15, 2017
Closings and delays for Wed., Mar. 15: [Updated: 3/15, 7:45 a.m.] A State of Emergency continues in both Columbia and Greene counties. County offices in Greene County are closed. County offices will o...
Delaware County passes hotel tax news
Nov 26, 2015
Robert Cairns in The Watershed Post reports that the Delaware County Board of Supervisors voted for a hotel and motel occupancy tax on Nov. 24. The tax may raise $192,000 per year for the county's tou...
Confederate flag welcome at Delaware County Fair news
Jul 31, 2015
Robert Cairns reports in The Watershed Post that the Delaware County Fair is not just allowing, but encouraging vendors to fly the Confederate battle flag at the Aug. 17-22 event. At a Monday, July 27...
Delaware County horse patrols get training news
Oct 30, 2015
The Mountain Eagle reports that the Delaware County Sheriff's Office has six officers now trained on horseback. Delaware County returned mounted patrols in 2012, is made up of a team of officers from...
Confederate flags flying this week at Delaware County Fair news
Aug 18, 2017
Trish Kilgannon reports in Spectrum News that there are confederate flags for sale this week at the Delaware County Fair. On Aug. 15, Leslie Kauffman took pictures of a booth selling confederate flag...
Cuomo releases $9 million in flood relief news
Jul 13, 2012
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced $9 million in flood mitigation and flood control grants Fri., July 13, through the NY Works program to 23 counties to help restore and rehabilitate New York’s waterways tha...
Redistricting proposal draws criticism, laughter news
Jan 27, 2012
Ivan Lajara at The Daily Freeman thinks it is no joke that LAFTOR is the acronym for the New York State Legislative Task Force on Demographic Research and Reapportionment. Their "proposals are laughab...
Monday headlines PM news
Apr 18, 2011
MoveOn drops by Bank of America for Tax Day rally Casey Seiler reports in the Times Union on a protest out front of Albany's Bank of America offices on State Street for Tax Day, April 18. "Representa...
Faso, Delgado debate environmental issues in Callicoon news
Aug 31, 2018
The River Reporter writes about the candidate forum Aug. 29 in Callicoon with incumbent Republican Congressperson John Faso, and Democratic challenger Antonio Degaldo. Sponsored by the New York League...