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.
Heidi Treadway and Kelly Dunn
There will be no school for students of Ticonderoga Central School District Monday, Nov. 10, due to staff development activities that day for the entire staff.
The Port Henry High School Alumni has elected their new officers for the period of 2014 thru 2016 years.
Ticonderoga High School students have been taking advantage of internships and job experience opportunities throughout the community.
The class, led by teacher John Lemieux, started planning and building the shed over the first weeks of the school year. It is a 10-by-12 foot shed with a six-foot door opening in the front. The floor will be pressure treated and the shed was created with conventional framing.
As the North Country comes alive with the sound of gunshots, the state’s Department of Conservation has launched a publicity campaign to remind the public of a pair of hunting-related initiatives designed to broaden interest in the state’s sporting industry.
Cumberland Farms announced 130 talented high school seniors from 11 states have been awarded Believe and Achieve Scholarships to help them attend college in the fall of 2014.
A group of anonymous residents in Ticonderoga have banded together funds to help authorities find the person or persons who were behind the September fire at St. Mary’s School.
The future of administration at Schroon Lake Central School will be brought to the community Oct. 7.
Four former Sentinel athletes will be inducted into the Ticonderoga High School Sports Hall of Fame on Friday, Oct. 10, during half time at the Ticonderoga Sentinel’s homecoming football game against AuSable Valley.
President Joyce Cooper announced that the Ticonderoga Alumni Association presented $18,500 in scholarship awards to forty eight members of the class of 2014.
For Moriah Central School seventh grader Alethea Goralczyk, art is in her blood.
Father Kevin McEwan said St. Mary’s Church is hopeful the Catholic elementary and middle school will be back to normal one year after a suspected arson swept through the facility Sept. 5.
The New York State Council of the Knights of Columbus has long been an ardent supporter of the Catholic Schools in New York State, and has for many years matched monetary donations from local councils to Catholic schools in their vicinity.