Hall family appreciates the thoughtfulness
Carol Hall has expressed heartfelt thanks to everyone who showed the Hall family compassion and gave so much understanding in their recent loss of Hial Hall III. Special thanks go to the hospice girls, the local emergency squads, to neighbors for trays of food, and to all who sent cards and prayed for the family, she said. Everything was very much appreciated.
Useful coupons should be resumed
A reader this week called in the gripe that the Post-Star Sunday newspapers which once carried much-needed coupons for all careful shoppers, are not very helpful anymore - unless you can eat make up, eye shadow, pet foods, razors, shampoo, hair coloring, skin-care lotion, and various cleaners, etc. We used to get coupons for meats, vegetables, canned goods and even ice cream. The person calling in the gripe noted while folks with computers at home can download extra coupons, those who do not have access to computers are missing out. We want the newspaper coupons back!
A gentleman living in the foothills of Crane Mountain has a frequent evening visitor which surprised him last week in the early morning. A big black bear must have known new birdseed had been put out and he wanted it for a breakfast treat.
Ambulance squad schedules car wash
The Thurman Emergency Medical Services agency will be conducting a car wash Saturday, July 3, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at their High Street headquarters. Cars will be washed for $3 donation, so stop by with your limousine or your V.W. bug and get them sparkly clean - plus meet some of your volunteers who are donating their time to help out neighbors in times of need.
Town hires new bookkeeper/clerk
According to the town board minutes, the special meeting held June 11 was convened to appoint a new bookkeeper, and there were six applicants for the position, which was advertised in the newspaper.