As a consumer I have to be skeptical of Big Oil and what will happen once the Keystone Pipe Line is finished and oil is flowing to the gulf.
The North Country Hardship Fund would like to extend a sincere thank you to all who came out to support our recent fundraiser the “3rd Annual Cabin Fever Party.”
The news that Greens will try to stop the NYCO land swap should show everyone the main goal of Greenism: preventing economic development.
We would like to thank the Warrensburg Volunteer Fire Department, Warrensburg Rescue, the EMT’s and the North Warren Rescue Squad who aided us after a very serious vehicle accident on Jan. 14.
On Jan. 3, we lost our home and all of its contents to a structure fire.
The Towns of Long Lake and North Hudson, two of the Five Towns that have joined together as the Upper Hudson Recreation Hub and located in both Essex and Hamilton Counties, are pleased to learn of the Governor’s new initiative to grow Upstate tourism by opening nearly 50 state properties for recreational activities.
The committee of the Distinguished Young Women of Moriah would like to offer sincere gratitude to all of the individuals and businesses that made the recent program a huge success.
“LOL!” as they say in internetease. The little front page article in the Jan. 18 issue of the Valley News immediately reminded me of the situation that many feel exists in our society today.
The Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign had many wonderful donations to the kettles this past Christmas season and very generous donations to our toy drive with Wal-Mart! T
In April 1775 Paul Revere famously rode his horse to Lexington, Mass., to warn of a British invasion.
I offer anecdotal evidence regarding the intoxication by marijuana and therefore suggest that people wait for properly prepared weed before imbibing.
In early 2013, High Peaks Hospice & Palliative Care got permission from Jody Olcott, from Essex County IDA, to have a Blue Clothing Donation Box placed on the corner of Tom Phelps Way and Plank Road in Mineville.
We would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to the entire community for their generous contributions to our toy drive.
The need for the services that the United Way of the Adirondack Region, Inc. helps support has never been greater.
It has been said that our true character is demonstrated when times are tough.