It seems that this election will be about two competing philosophies.
Persistent rain on Saturday Oct. 29 didn't deter bargain hunters from flocking to Warrensburg for the town's 33rd annual World's Largest Garage Sale -- one of Warren County's three most popular events.
AspecMaple sugaring, specialty farming, sawmill operations and the rural lifestyle were all explained and explored Oct. 6 and 7 during Thurman's Fall Farm Tour.
Indian Lake Town Supervisor Brian Wells noted the larger-than-usual attendance at the Town Board’s Aug. 13 meeting at the Blue Mountain Lake firehouse and thanked all for coming out.
Cure cancer, save the world, eat cotton candy every day and play roller derby.
Pipe line coming to Ti from Vermont
International Paper will sign a long-term lease agreement with Vermont Gas to connect its Ticonderoga mill to the natural gas pipeline the company is developing.
The latest estimate of the world’s demise has humanity’s fate sealed on Dec. 21, the Winter Solstice.
Viking keglers fall
Schroon Lake dispatched Wells, 38-22, in Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference girls basketball action Dec. 17.
I am worried that Mr. Fenimore’s misinformation and incorrect data in his recent letter may cause concern for some Elizabethtown residents.
Essex County Manager Daniel Palmer said he would let the board decide if he would return to the position for the next two years. Indeed, he will.
David Patrick likes to spend his time examining old documents and newspaper articles and connecting the dots. “A lot of historical information has been lost or forgotten about as people have died,” Patrick said. “Many people today do not know much about the Town of Champlain’s history, yet there are hints all around us of what people did 100 or 200 years ago.”
Squad to host meeting to hear ideas, gain support
Although payroll is now non-existent, Thurman EMS is continuing to operate with volunteers — while the ambulance squad seeks to line up financial support to avoid closure.
In regards to the Feb. 1 article in the Post-Star about Thurman EMS — It’s disheartening that so much unsubstantiated information could be printed as news, without the necessary fact-checking which should accompany such accusations.
For decades, a former Lake George Town Board member has been reaching out and helping others. This week, he was recognized for his deeds, as the town board presented him with the first annual Lake George Community Stewardship Award.
Since the mid-1930s, Thurman residents have demonstrated their community spirit and charitable character through their involvement in the annual Jack Wax Party — a hometown fest that features maple syrup drizzled over shaved ice or snow.
Spotlight on Finance
The real estate industry has been much maligned in recent years. That’s not breaking news. In fact, even real estate tycoon Mortimer Zuckerman has lamented the current state of the housing market, stating that “the most critical factor subduing the demand for housing is that home ownership is no longer seen as the great, long-term buildup in equity value it once was.”
I understand that Samuel Palmisano, CEO of IBM, has offered the services of the company to the president to save the health care system several billion dollars FREE by rooting out inefficient methods but the president has turned him down.
After reading your article in the Times of Ti, I was encouraged to also add my opinion to what is happening not only in our government but on our airways.
We’re all comfortable with what we know. It’s change that we fear. But change is happening all around us, every minute of every day.
Here we go again; the children have their hands in the cookie jar.