Several area residents have been named to the Deans’ List for the fall 2013 semester at SUNY Oswego.
The school will present “Winnie the Pooh Kids,” based on the A.A. Milne story that has been retold in motion pictures and more starting Friday, Jan. 31, at 7 p.m. in the school auditorium. Additional performances will take place Saturday, Feb. 1, at 7 p.m. and Sunday, Feb. 2, at 2 p.m.
The following students have been named to the Dean’s List for the Fall 2013 Semester at Clinton Community College.
Members of the Willsboro Central School Chorus have the chance to take to the Flynn Center stage in Burlington, Vt., with 80’s rock band Foreigner as a finalist for a contest sponsored by local radio station WIZN as part of its 30th anniversary celebration.
The Scottish St. Andrew’s Society of the Adirondacks offers scholarships to pipers, drummers and highland dancers that may be used for lessons, band camp or competition fees.
Michael Graney, who has a strong background in secondary education in the region, has been chosen for the position of Superintendent of the Bolton Central School District.
Adriana Clark, Benjamin Karkoski, Joseph Gonyeau and Travis Nephew
The impact of climate change on Northern New York agriculture is on the agenda of the 2014 North Country Crop Congresses, Tuesday, February 18 at W.H. Miner Agricultural Research Institute, in Chazy.
Bolton Central School District principal Michael Graney has been chosen as the district’s next Superintendent of Schools.
Report shows district’s financial health is improving
The Ti district is “financially susceptible to financial stress,” according to a report by State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli’s Fiscal Stress Monitoring System. That’s not good news, but it’s better than an earlier report that listed the Ticonderoga district as having a “significant” likelihood of financial stress.
President and Dean's List Honors
Mountain Lake PBS is once again encouraging early elementary-aged students to stretch their creative wings by hosting the PBS KIDS Writers Contest.
Since 2010 the Foundation at CVPH has been helping to finance continuing education for registered nurses through a special in-house scholarship.
It took pleas from two state officials, a live demonstration and a crowd of people urging them on, but the Thurman Town Board finally voted Tuesday Jan. 14 to support their town supervisor's initiative and move forward with their pending grant-funded project to bring white-space broadband Internet access to their remote community.
Courses to be taught at NCCC campus
Job training will be available at the North Country Community College Ticonderoga campus this year. Work Readiness Credential and National Retail Federation Customer Service Credential courses will be taught in coordination with CV-TEC and OneWorkSource.