We needed thoughtful debate in the wake of the Newtown and Webster tragedies about preventative measures to help thwart or lessen the severity of these type of incidents in the future.
Food, cash donations sought
Normally people come to the Moriah Food Pantry for help. Now, the tables have turned. Pantry officials are asking the public for assistance. The holidays are approaching and the Moriah Food Pantry is not prepared. Its shelves are near empty.
Viking keglers fall
Schroon Lake dispatched Wells, 38-22, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball action Dec. 17.
After reading your article in the Times of Ti, I was encouraged to also add my opinion to what is happening not only in our government but on our airways.
New union deals allow jobs to be reinstated
Ticonderoga Central School District voters approved a 2013-14 $18.5 million budget that cut employees and academic programs in May. Two months later, all programs and most staff have been reinstated.
Do you remember a song from the 70s called “The Candy Man?”
Why would the U.S. president attempt to diminish and insult those responsible for our economy?
Mr. Scott David Harris, in rebuttal to your article (letter to the editor) in the Times of Ti Nov. 24, I have
To the Times of Ti: Yes, I’m 61 years old. - No, I don’t have my head stuck in the sand. I keep up with current events and try to have my virtual finger on the pulse of those who are concerned citizens, young and old.
Kudos to the Valley News and Times of Ti for it’s editorial exploring key issues surrounding New York’s recent gun law which more accurately should be called the New York Citizen Disarmament Law.
Improvements needed at Protestant Cemetery
A historic cemetery in need of assistance is now the responsibility of Schroon taxpayers. The Protestant Cemetery on Hoffman Road has formally been abandoned.
Here we go again; the children have their hands in the cookie jar.
Trustee wonders if police are necessary
Is the Moriah Police Department a good investment? That’s the question Tim Garrison is asking. The town councilman has initiated a discussion on the future of the agency.
To the Times of Ti: A number of folks in the community shared their support of the editorial
Senior class plans event
Schroon Lake Central School’s senior class wants to leave a lasting impression. That’s why the class will sponsor an American Red Cross blood drive on Monday, May 7 from noon to 6 p.m. at the school auditorium.
Essential Piece Award presented
Two Inter-Lakes Health employees were recently recognized for providing exceptional patient care.
Plans being discussed for annual event
Star Trek fans maybe making the trip to Ticonderoga next year. James Cawley, a Star Trek enthusiast, actor and movie producer, wants to bring fellow Trekkies to his hometown.
Study completed; presentation Nov. 12 in Crown Point
If Crown Point and Ticonderoga school districts merge, taxpayers will save money and students will have more opportunities. That’s the conclusion of a report by Castallo & Silky-Education Consultants, a Syracuse-based firm hired by the two districts to study a possible merger.