Every community has something that is the backbone of it. For some it’s a church, a football team or a person. For New York State the SUNY system is its backbone. At a forum on Thursday, Sept. 26 at Clinton Community College a discussion was held about the opportunities that can be found in SUNY in the North Country. This particular event was part of a series of four discussions that will take place across the state. The discussion held at Clinton Community College was the first in the series.
Northern New York is getting on the Juneberry super fruit bandwagon. With funding from the farmer-led Northern New York Agricultural Development Program, one of the largest Juneberry research nurseries will be established at the Cornell Willsboro Research Farm in Willsboro.
Usually Westport wears blue and Schroon Lake white and red when they meet on the soccer pitch. On Sept. 25, both broke from their traditional uniform colors for something a little more pink.
‘School of Distinction’ award presented
After winning its fourth consecutive “School of Distinction” award, students at Crown Point Central School have a new slogan. Strive for Five!
IDA to use CV-Tech students in new construction
The Moriah Business Park is going to going to expand. The Essex County Industrial Development Agency, which owns and operates the Mineville facility, has plans to construct a new 3,000 square foot building at the site.
Walking along the main corridor of the Indian Lake Central School building is now a colorful and vibrant experience.
Family, friends and members of the Westport Central School community joined together Sept. 14 as the second Wall of Distinction induction ceremony and dinner added four new names.
Marissa Carey Titus of Crown Point received academic honors
Karl Friedricks and Zdenek Vhynls are Indian Lake Central School’s first international students, and during the Sept. 17 Board of Education meeting, the two young men had a chance to meet and get acquainted with the members of the School Board.
Elementary-middle school lock down slated Oct. 17
Ticonderoga Elementary-Middle School will be locked down as part of a safety drill Oct. 17. Students, faculty and staff will implement a new plan designed to protect them in the event of an emergency at the building.
Three of the four newest inductees to the AuSable Valley Hall of Fame took their place at the 50-yard line Sept. 20 in Clintonville.
Jennie Bensen is the new MCA principal
The new principal at Mountainside Christian Academy in Schroon Lake is no stranger. Jennie Bensen, a 1997 Mountainside graduate and former teacher at the school, is now the principal. She replaces Connie Phillips, who retired last spring.
Many famous works of literature have Adirondack links, some of them surprising.
Notice is hereby given that the annual Fire Inspection for 2013 of the Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School
Tutor taring slated in Port Henry
Literacy Volunteers of Essex/Franklin Counties is preparing to welcome adult learners this fall, according to Maria Burke, director.