On Jan. 29, Carol and Ed Sheridan of Bolton presented a slide show depicting their lengthy hike last summer over a famous trail through the northern Spanish countryside.
A snow storm which in widespread severity rivaled the big blizzard of March 12 and 13, 1888 began at 10 p.m. Feb. 12, 1914 and continued until 4:30 p.m. Feb. 13.
Many Thurman residents have phoned me this week reporting their extremely high energy bills – nearly double or triple in some cases the total of prior years.
The North Country SPCA would like to announce our February adoption special, “My Furry Valentine.”
Are you interested in local lore and the history of our community?
The regular monthly meetings of the Essex Town Board are now on the second Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Town Hall.
Received an email from the North Country Underground Railroad Historical Association concerning a new film series at the Plattsburgh Municipal Library located at 19 Oak Street for the next five Saturdays starting with Feb. 1.
The weather is like a January thaw, but more winter is predicted on this Groundhog Day.
Most of us do not have the opportunity to travel to Sochi, Russia to support our USA Olympic Athletes, but we have the next best thing.
Maya and Castor
Many “Out of Town” Folks have been enjoying their winter vacation at many rentals in the Bakers Mills Area.
A few weeks back, I published a story titled The Outdoor Gym.
The weather is starting to break and I will be out with the dogs, bird hunting soon.
Recently filed lawsuits, in three New York counties, have the potential to interrupt a variety of biomedical research programs.
For winter newcomers to the Upper Hudson, and you who have not read or understood my many attempts to explain this before: That brilliant white stuff that sometimes fills the Hudson from Thurman to The Glen is not snow, and has nothing to do with it.