The Ticonderoga Class of 2015 will be hosting a shopping extravaganza on Saturday, Dec. 6 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the high school gymnasium.
A pair of Section VII runners were able to score podium finished while the Seton Catholic Lady Knights and Lake Placid Blue Bombers ranked high in the Class D races at the NYSPHSAA cross country championships at SUNY Canton Nov. 8.
The report, issued by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), stated Ticonderoga had failed to provide proper treatment for Cryptosporidium at its Gooseneck Pond source, a single-celled protozoan parasite commonly found in lakes and rivers, especially when the water is contaminated with sewage and animal waste.
The new joint Bolton-Warrensburg Girls Soccer team battles its way into the New York State Final Four — and secures a place in Section II history as they do so.
“If you were a turkey, what would you say to convince someone not to cook you for Thanksgiving dinner?”
Question of the month
October 2014 was a pleasant Fall month with warmer than normal temperatures, but with a few colder days giving us a hint of things to come.
The 2014 holiday season opens with a gala celebration sponsored by the Johnsburg Historical Society on Monday, Dec. 1.
One Hundred Years Ago – November, 1914
The transfer station is open on Wednesdays from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Invocations for peace at a Veterans Day ceremony in Warrensburg had dual meaning — not only an end of war in the world, but recognition that two local veterans groups finally set aside their differences and held a joint ceremony for Veterans Day.
Lake George resident Jacqueline Sweet-McNeill has been promoted to chief master sergeant in the New York Air National Guard.
Brittany Maynard is a brave young person.
We the Johnsburg Emergency Squad wish to thank the residents of Johnsburg for their outpouring of support in favor of Prop 4 this past election.
The Week In Review
National Geographic Adventurers of the year Amy and Dave Freeman recently visited Ticonderoga on Monday, Nov. 5 with a canoe and a mission.
Although they fell short of winning office in last week’s state and federal elections, Green Party officials say the best is yet to come.
Today, the experiential landscape of most children has been transformed from the days of my childhood.
It has been an interesting week in the Adirondacks, and fortunately, I spent a fair portion of it in camp.
An old dirt road once snaked its way through the woodland between North Hudson and Keene, unrolling through the Adirondack forest like a crooked streambed.