Firefighters from the Moriah and Mineville/Witherbee Volunteer Fire Departments, along with Essex County Sheriff’s and Emergency Services departments, were on hand to present fifth grader Emery Tausinger with an award for his actions during the fire in the elementary wing of the school which took place Sept. 26.
The Week in Crime
Nine young ladies from the senior class at Ticonderoga Central School will take the stage Saturday, Nov. 1 to vie for the title of Distinguished Young Woman.
Chief Mark Johns of the Ticonderoga Police Department has announced the department is making the necessary steps to get a K9 unit on board.
The Valley News Editorial “Nonprofits: Should they pay their fair share?” implies that not for profits don’t create jobs; paralyze economic development; serve hobbyists and insular groups (many of which represent seasonal residents;) don’t serve the poor; and create towns “preserved in amber” (aka playgrounds for the rich).
Recently one of our community members had a serious heart attack.
With talented players on both teams, no one really seemed to have the upperhand. In the second half of the sectional face-off, Minerva-Newcomb found intensity and rallied over the Crown Point Panthers, 5-3, Oct. 23.
However, it was the Bobcats who found the net with 10 seconds remaining in the second of two 10-minute overtimes to advance past the Sentinels to the Section VII/Class C finals with a 1-0 win.
Keene scores seven, six in the first half, in strong performance
The Beavers put 15 shots on net against the Wildcats in the first 40 minutes only to enter halftime with a 1-0 lead. Little changed in the second—except Keene seemed unable to miss.
Art in Chestertown Gallery continues its series of offering intriguing artworks in a charming rural-town location.
A breakdown of the tax relief each non-profit receives would be educational for citizens and local governments in the North Country.
We would like to thank Dr. Mary Glickman and Vicki Savage; all the nurses, PTs, OTs, aides and hospital staff, and everyone else at the Elizabethtown Community Hospital, for the wonderful care and concern to our loved one, Nancy Morelli, and to us, her family, when she was hospitalized there in August.
To the person or persons who entered my garage on Oct. 14th, and took that which did not belong to them:
The Salvation Army is seeking volunteer Bell Ringers for its’ Red Kettle Campaign.
Boys, girls teams go .500 in sectional quarterfinals
Meghan Sullivan scored in the third overtime of a sudden-death quarterfinal game to give the Hornets the 2-1 win over the Red Storm Wednesday afternoon.
Tiny Tim’s Christmas wish program 2014 is now accepting applications.
United Way stakeholders met last week in Elizabethtown to discuss how they can better serve communities in Franklin, Clinton and Essex counties through volunteer efforts.
LaChute dinner at K of C Oct. 30
A spaghetti dinner to benefit the LaChute Road Runners Club will be held Thursday, Oct. 30, at 5:30 p.m. at the Ticonderoga Knights of Columbus.
I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to confront only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived” Henry David Thoreau
A few months ago I wrote about the impact that dams have on fish migration.