Thanksgiving Day is again behind us.
The slippery time has started.
What a beautiful fall Saturday for being outside.
It was a very chilly Monday morning of 24 degrees. It is that time of year when most mornings will be frost on the pumpkins.
Don’t for get the time change on Sunday, Nov. 3. Be sure to go to the polls on Nov. 5 to vote.
Don’t forget, the yearly Hunters Breakfast will be Oct. 26 from 5 a.m. to 9 a.m. at the Wevertown Community Center.
Gore Mountain had a good turnout for their Harvest Fest over the weekend.
The Warrensburg World’s Largest Garage Sale started Friday and was packed through the weekend.
Kora Millington was the guest of honor on Wednesday evening to celebrate her 17th birthday.
What another beautiful week. Wish this nice weather could last for several more months. Hope everyone had a great Labor Day weekend.
It was another beautiful week, but the leaves are changing fast to let us know what is ahead.
Dezore Cleveland passed her permit on Aug. 5, her 16th birthday and the next day she drove Earl Allen to Northville to the calling hours of our dear friend, Bob Rockwell.
Wayne Stock VI, which benefits the Hardship Fund, was another great success.
What a beautiful Saturday for all the different events.
After a week of over 90-degree weather, it is much cooler today. Better for being out working.
According to the weather forecast, it looks like summer will be here for most of the week.
Enough is enough! Yet it keeps on raining.
Summer has finally arrived along with a lot of blackflies and gnats.
Still waiting for true summer to arrive. I started my wood stove last night.
It is hard to believe it is already June.
Is it really coming spring? This weekend did not prove to be the fact. Bitter cold, windy and rainy.
We are talking about the weather again. We know that May is a month of very mixed types of weather.
Another beautiful and very busy week and weekend. The flowers are beginning to bloom, and the leaves are starting.
What a beautiful weekend. Warm, nice breeze and NO bugs.
So sorry to hear about the death of Duane (Dewey) Millington.
What changeable weather we have been having. Friday was a very icy day and dangerous. Many accidents with the ice that even had some of the Northway closed.
It sure does seem great to see bare ground beginning to show. I was thinking we were going to have snow for a couple more months. We seem to get in a hurry when spring arrives.
Hope everyone had a wonderful Easter and enjoyed sharing a meal with family and friends.
Spring has arrived and also another snowstorm.
Winter is about to disappear as far as the calender. Well, take a ride to Bakers Mills and you will see it will be weeks before spring arrives.
Another up and down week. Guess we saw a little snow each day and a lot on Wednesday.
Many people plan attending the concert of “Third Day” at the Glens Falls Civic on March 1. Kathy Allen worked hard to get the tickets for about 30-plus seats.
It seems so good to have the days get a little longer, but by the temperature and the wind we sure do know that spring is not here yet.
Shannon Moffitt was able to go home from St. Peters but will have to have tests and wait about surgery.
Rob and Irma Russell are doing OK after being hit on Quaker Road one day last week.
It has been great to have a few days with warmer weather.
It seems pretty quiet now as far as finding out news. Please call or email me with your news.
I hope you all had a very Merry Christmas and will have a Happy New Year.
William Moffitt is a patient in Glens Falls Hospital.
Merle Coulter is home from being in rehab at Sunnyview. She is on the gain and is glad she is doing good.
Hope everyone had a great weekend with the high temperatures. Guess being in Bakers Mills area the high temps don't seem normal. Today is quite comfortable.