MINERVA— After the Dec. 2 forum at Minerva Central School, it was difficult to determine who would become the newest member of Minerva Central School’s Board of Education, which was decided by a Dec. 11 vote. However, one candidate had to come out on top and after the vote, as Ron Sanalitro beat out opponents Hayley Killon and Karen TenEyck to earn his spot on the board.
GLENS FALLS — Everyday it seems as if more and more things are making the move online. People can get news digitally, go shopping without leaving the couch, and now buy cookies. The Girl Scouts have been knocking on doors and selling Thin Mints since 1917, making mouths water when that time of year rolls around. This January, the area’s cookie selling season, consumers will be able to visit their favorite girl scout’s website and click for cookies.
LAKE GEORGE — The FUND for Lake George has been persevering to protect the Queen of American Lakes since 1980; their newly opened “Center for Lake George” features visualization technology to bring new understanding to the science behind the lake’s biggest threats. In a Dec. 15 interview, the FUND’s Corrina Parnapy, Water Quality Outreach Coordinator, opened up the center’s doors and revealed everything that was waiting inside.
Albany agendas for North County officials include mandate relief, increased infrastructure funding and rollbacks of some of the state's most controversial policies
This time of year we all think about others and putting a smile on the faces of those we love.
There will be an early dismissal for students in the Ticonderoga Central School District and St. Mary’s School Friday, Dec. 19. T
The Adirondack Common Ground Alliance (CGA) has released the updated Blueprint for the Blue Line, a set of legislative priorities for the Adirondack Park for 2015 and beyond.
Local author Jean Arleen Breed is one of the featured authors that was interviewed for the ALVA Axiom Anthology of Author Interviews now available on amazon.com, and Kobo.com.
A multi-agency drug sweep netted 13 suspects on felony drug charges across the county this morning. Investigations are ongoing and additional arrests are anticipated, say state police.
The annual celebration of all things Christmas will again be held in the Schroon Lake community Saturday, Dec. 13.
The new Crown Point Art Gallery is hosting the works of North Country Community College students over the winter months.
The “ugly sweater party” craze has gained in popularity in the past few years, now becoming a fundraiser at Moriah Central School.
A significant upgrade at the Ed Weed Fish Culture Station in Grand Isle is expected to pay dividends for the health of the salmon population in Lake Champlain.
When so much of our attention and news is centered on financial despair, arguably created by greed and mis-conduct, I believe that a little good news goes a long way during this season of Joy and Hope.
The children and teachers of the First United Methodist Church Sunday School invite everyone to their annual Christmas play and reception Sunday, Dec. 14, during the 10:30 a.m. service.
Former Cougars track, soccer standout Molly Roush found herself competing at the national level on a different stage
After four seasons playing varsity high school soccer for the Northeastern Clinton Cougars in Champlain, Molly Roush saw herself playing at the next level for St. Michael’s College across Lake Champlain in Colchester, VT.
For the past 80 years, agriculture has been virtually dormant in the southern Adirondacks. Recently, with the interest in building a sustainable economy and consuming fresh local high-quality foods, farming in the area has re-emerged. Making a living in agriculture here, however, has been a formidable challenge — and ideas are now being shared on how to do it.
Men and Womens League Results
Begun in 2009 with a few students from St. Mary’s and Ticonderoga Middle School, the Kiwanis Bridge Building Contest has grown each year.
Concerning the letter presuming to bring “flawed assumptions of the facts” to light from a previous Op-Ed piece, I would simply point out that the author states only conclusions in opposition without pointing out any facts at all, much less flawed ones in the op-Ed piece.