Once again we want to say what a priviledge it is to live in the town of Johnsburg.
The area news media recently covered the tragic story of Clifford Burns, a man who had a long history of committing abuse, culminating in his commission of homicide to a family member.
Shame Mr. Richard Wray? (“Shame on Crown Point” letter Dec. 28)
Each holiday season, I find myself in complete awe and appreciation of how this magical time of the year brings out the characteristic of giving among North Country residents.
Adirondack Treks would like to thank the folks that stepped up and contributed door prizes for our annual Warren Miller Film fundraiser on Dec. 27:
I appreciate the opportunity to say thank you to the voters of the Town of Essex for allowing me to work as their Supervisor for the past four years.
I have read with interest Mr. Douglas’ frustration with the lack of public input to the county budget, and also the letters it provoked.
The Willsboro Community Housing Assistance Taskforce – Food Shelf and Emergency Fund would like to sincerely thank all of the individuals, organizations, and businesses that helped to supply food for the Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets this 2013 holiday season.
The cartoon published in the 12/20 edition of the North Countryman was unusually ignorant and stupid.
Thank you to all the Town Board members for their work this year and a special thank you to the following:
Back in November I read an article from the Adirondack Daily Enterprise about the Veteran’s Memorial Highway on Whiteface Mountain getting $12 million in repairs.
Willsboro has lost yet another icon: Ralph Marcotte.
We’d like to express a big Thank You from Timothy Lucid for all those who participated in the recent Cut-a-Thon for RSD — to boost awareness of the syndrome and help others who are enduring the extreme-pain disease.
While the DNC (Do Nuttin’ Club) was shocked to hear that we have been accused of launching a conspiracy to defeat a candidate in the recent Essex Election, we were more upset at the accusation that our attendees are a cabal of old, dirty, subversive conspirators, misogynists prone to Comstockery, favor agonistic attitudes, and assume basilisk postures.
The Elizabethtown Thrift Shop, located upstairs at the Deer’s Head Restaurant, benefits the community in many ways.