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.
The War of 1812 Museum, operated by the Battle of Plattsburgh Association, will be ringing in the New Year with a new museum manager.
In his State-of-the-State speech Jan. 8, Cuomo proposed a wide array of initiatives — many of them targeting vital upstate issues.
Question of the month
Former Ti High runner receives $1,000 grant
Hannah Herbst, a former Ticonderoga High School distance runner and honor student, has been given the Duane Crammond Memorial Scholarship by LaChute Road Runners Club.
The school recently earned membership into the No Excuses University Network of Schools, an organization that strives to build a bridge for all students to attend college as it begins promoting a comprehensive college readiness model starting in pre-kindergarten. Keeseville Elementary is only the second school in the state to earn membership.
A public referendum will be held for district voters Thursday, Feb. 6, from noon until 8 p.m. in the school lobby to consider a pair of propositions that would lead to the purchase of two new buses.
The acclaimed Queensbury High School Madrigal Singers have enchanted audiences not only locally but across Europe — They just embarked on a concert in Italy, with performances scheduled in Florence, Siena and Rome.
Living history event slated Jan. 11
“Carillon’s First Winter” will depict the lives of French soldiers garrisoned at Fort Ticonderoga during a living history event Saturday, Jan. 11, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The fort was named Carillon by the French.
Aaron R. Connor, Joshua Pierce and Jack Austin Newberry
Proceeds to assist whale watch trips, Ti celebration
A pair of Ticonderoga Middle School students earned a Christmas bonus of sorts this holiday season. Caitlin Myers and Carson Reeves, seventh grade students, were the top sales people in a promotion sponsored by the First 250 Years Committee of Ticonderoga.
Middle school continues charity effort
The Giving Thanks to Our Community program at Ticonderoga Middle School provided three Christmas presents each to 27 elementary school students this holiday season. Students raised the money for the gifts, which were then purchased, wrapped and delivered.
Luis Perez, Dillon Goodrow and Autumn LaBrake, recently presented a check for $196 to Cindy Murphy of the M&M Diner in Au Sable Forks to go towards the annual Jay and Black Brook town toy drive.
Combining creativity with concern for others, a classroom of north Warren fourth graders designed and produced holiday cards which they sold as a fundraiser to aid Philippine families enduring the devastation of the recent destructive typhoon.
The Westport Central School Wall of Distinction Committee is excepting nominations for individuals to be considered for induction.