Jay Hebert, a former Ticonderoga High School track star and honor student, has been given the Duane Crammond Memorial Scholarship by LaChute Road Runners Club.
Erick DuShane, a student at Crown Point Central School, will travel to Harvard University to participate in a People to People Leadership Summit.
Hannah Archibald of Ticonderoga was honored at North Country Community College’s 32nd annual awards ceremony celebrating student excellence held on May 16 in Saranac Lake.
Squadron 224 Sons of the American Legion recently sponsored a writing contest in Ticonderoga Elementary school for grades 1-5.
Champlain National Bank gave five graduating seniors in Essex County the Champlain National Bank Scholarship Award at graduation ceremonies around the county in June.
West Carteret High School 2014 graduate Jon Buckland will join the South Carolina Corp of Cadets at The Citadel in Charleston, S.C. for the 2014 fall term.
The Schroon-North Hudson Historical Society announced the winners of the eighth annual Grace Hudowalski Essay Contest at its opening day and Strawberry Festival on Sunday, June 22.
Essex County lawmakers have approved a budget bump for North Country Community College
On Saturday evening, June 14, Mountainside Christian Academy held its 37th Commencement Exercises for the Class of 2014.
The Rev. C. Irving Cummings, President of the Founders’ Fund, announced that the following Putnam students have received scholarship grants from the Putnam Founders’ Fund:
Eighth grade students in Kari Trudeau’s French classes from Ticonderoga Middle School took a trip to Montreal, Canada on Saturday, June 14.
Local students spent the night recently locked in their school.
High school commencement ceremonies will be held this weekend at all regional schools with the exception of Mountainside Christian Academy, which held their ceremonies June 14.
ON THE STREET
A school that had 142 students enrolled in grades 7-12 as recently as 2011-12 is facing three straight years of declining numbers, preparing to be as low as an enrollment of 88 in 2015-16 and 89 the following school year.