•100 years ago - Nov., 1913•
The Thanksgiving holiday is just around the corner and here are a few tips to keep your family safe.
Have you ever considered fostering one of the North Country SPCA’s animals who are in need of some special attention before finding their forever home?
This Saturday night’s movie is “What Maisie Knew,” a drama from 2012 that’s a modern take on a novel by Henry James.
Here’s an update on the Senior Play at WCS (The Election, by Don Zolidis), which I wrote about a couple of weeks ago.
Well the report that I received on the election results after the absentees have been counted the winners remain the same as of the election night results.
The North Country Underground Railroad Historical Association will be hosting a special Local History Experience.
This Friday, Nov. 22, is Supervisor Margaret Bartley’s monthly town coffee hour at 8 a.m. which has been changed due to the Thanksgiving holiday.
The legal definition of the age of majority or being able to vote and sign contracts is 18 years of age.
“Dreams really do come true” might be part of a familiar tune, but for JOSUE CHANDUVI, his most recent venture did start with a dream.
Notes from the North Woods
I first took notice of the full power of a Full Moon during my two year stint working as a Residence Hall Director at Plattsburgh State.
The month began with 20 days in the 60’s and 70’s but ended with signs of the coming Winter, with snow and temperatures in the teens.
Calling all crafters
Mystery abounds in Loon Lake fire
The Thurman Volunteer Fire Co. was organized more than a half-century ago by a group of local volunteers who built the firehouse in 1955.