Riddle #1 - What do the following establishments have in common:
As I finished the Thanksgiving meal, my wife and I prepared for our family, I couldn’t help noticing the empty plate that is placed on our table every year.
Readers aware that Indian Lake Dam (elev. 1660’) notched 103F on July 2, 102 the next day and 102 again on the Fourth...back in 1911...must have found mystifying that with just “three 90-degree days in a row” Paul Little’s Riparius site had the “warmest on record” July this year.
The Essex County Board of Ethics has existed for only a few years and as of Oct. 12, 2013 has publicly reprimanded four Republicans over various issues.
When the high school students attended Les Miserables at the Theatre Institute on Oct. 4, they learned Indian Lake had lost a good friend.
Many of you have called my office to inquire about a mailing from the New York State Sheriff’s Association requesting a donation.
I find it interesting that the Cornwall Vermont selectboard wants to stop the pipeline of natural gas from reaching International Paper in Ticonderoga!
A draft of the Elizabethtown Comprehensive Plan is now available.
It seems we Americans have lost sight of what (Thanksgiving) is all about.
As part of the tradition with all organizations that have an Angel of Hope statue, CVPH Medical Center in Plattsburgh will be having its annual Candlelight Ceremony on Friday, Dec. 6 at 4 p.m. at the Circle of Healing & Hope.
The Ticonderoga Food Pantry volunteers wish to express sincere appreciation to the Knights of Columbus for their recent “Wing Wars” fund raiser.
The decision to go out to eat was an easy one, but the question of where was a tricky one.
As the 2013 fundraising season comes to a close, I would like to take a moment to recognize a friend, Rotarian and a very talented artisan, Syd Ward.
I represent the United Way Campaign Team for the Adirondack Region.
The Hague Boy Scouts, Troop 73, would like to thank everyone for making our first auction a huge success.