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What a fantastic front page.

What if no one came…

I came home from a fire department training last night and thought all night long about what if we have a full-blown disaster in our little town.

Please support Westport vets memorial

The Westport Bicentennial Veterans Memorial Sub-Committee is undertaking a very special project: building a Veterans Memorial to be located within a site that has been provided by Ballard Park Foundation.

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Thank you for support

Our Town Theatre Group would like to thank the many folks who came out to support our recent production of Barefoot in the Park.

Denton should host community event

In your editorial of March 3, 2015, you chose to question if our local school districts are doing enough for their communities.

Donations sought for veterans park

A committee made up of veterans and interested residents from Lewis have formed to work on creating a veterans memorial park in Lewis.

Community spirit abounds

Jason Kelley and I were recipients of a tremendous fundraising event Saturday, March 21, at the Minerva Firehouse.

Cheers to Stefanik for accessibility

Accessibility is one of the key factors you look for in a Congressional representative.

Relocation well Intentioned, bad idea

In August of 2014 I read the following prepared statement before the Ticonderoga Town Board, “My name is Bill Barnhart.

Kudos to Elizabethtown board

Kudos to the current Elizabethtown Town Board and bookkeeper for recovering $157,000 of missing CHIPS money from years 2012 and 2013.

Water temp clarification needed

I enjoyed the Adirondack Outdoors article titled “Ice/cold water training in Bulwagga Bay,” but it does contain an error, where it states “...cold water isothermic temperatures, which maintains the water at 39.2 degrees under the ice, ...”

Salvation Army says ‘Thanks’

Thank you for publishing all the press releases regarding the Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign, in Ticonderoga and the Times of Ti this past Christmas Season!

“Thank you” caring people heroes

This is an open letter to the Care Givers at the Elizabethtown Community Hospital.

Slighted

In the beginning of this year I e-mailed the Ticonderoga Chamber of Commerce to discuss the possibility of doing a show for the best of the fourth and I was told that person I would donate my time (no Charge at all).

Thankful

I would like to say thank you to all of you for your support and generosity following the fatal house fire that took the life of my beloved husband Robert, our dog, and home.