Congratulations to the Indian Lake/Long Lake Boys and Girls Varsity Basketball Teams for qualifying for the winter Scholar Athlete Teams.
Another year has passed and I am always impressed by how much support I receive from the community.
North Country projects funded
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has announced Empire State Development (ESD) has approved more than $9 million in New York State Broadband Grants to support five projects.
At the end of each of the first three quarters, Adam Jaquish had both outscored and out-rebounded the defending NYSPHSAA Class D state champion Argyle Scots single-handedly.
Alexis Thomas connected on her second three-pointer of the quarter as the buzzer sounded to end the third, pushing the Fort Edward Lady Forts out to a 41-37 lead they would not relinquish in defeating the Section VII/Class D champions, 53-45, March 5.
Since Aaron Woolf was selected by Democratic officials to run for the congressional seat being vacated by Bill Owens on Feb. 12, the candidate has not publicly spoken with the press.
Girl Scouts in the region are engaged in a wide variety of activities that build confidence, character and leadership, while contributing to their communities and making the world a better place.
Moriah school to host Jazz Ambassadors
A world-class jazz band is coming to Port Henry. The U.S. Army Jazz Ambassadors will perform at Moriah Central School Saturday, March 29, at 7 p.m.
Four years ago, a group of North Warren Central basketball players endured a woeful 1-17 season. Undeterred, they set their sights on lofty goals, practiced hard, and now they're one of the top Class D teams in the region -- although they are from a school with quite small enrollment. The players talked this week about their odyssey to the top — and their expectations for next year.
A Plattsburgh man has been arrested and charged in connection with a Ticonderoga burglary.
On the Himalayan Mountains, the sound from a Dranyen, a traditional Himalayan lute, fills the air as it’s strummed by a Tibetan folk singer and songwriter known as Techung.
Called 'the mother of all parties,' Bands & Beans fest is an annual rite of late winter for the southern Adirondacks, with people from their 20s to their 70s gathering in Lake George to socialize, dance, groove to the music of a lineup of bands and taste a wide variety of specialty chili concoctions brewed up by local restaurants. The event is a major fundraiser for the Lake George Arts Project.
Facing the world in his Mini Cooper, Robert Reich drives his way to communities around the world, including Plattsburgh, discussing economic fairness and inequality.
The North Country Chamber of Commerce hosted a standing-room-only crowd of local business people and politicians for their annual New York State Legislative Breakfast Feb. 28.
The Skidmore College Athletics Department inducted 89 student-athletes into the college’s Thoroughbred Honor Society in a Feb. 3 ceremony on campus.
The North Country SPCA would like to announce an upcoming benefit bowling tournament on March 22 at 1 p.m.
Don’t forget to turn your clocks ahead this Sunday, March 9, as Daylight savings starts again for another year.
Naturalist and environmental educator Connor Stedman will give a talk this Friday evening at the Whallonsburg Grange on the voices and behavior of birds.
Here we are starting the season of Lent, this week with Ash Wednesday and then for the next several weeks that leads up to Easter.