Strange week for me as I started it by losing an argument with my bathtub.
My apologies on the lack of a column last week – I was downstate racing to beat the storm back home.
My heart goes out to the Doner family who lost their home to a fire on Friday, Jan. 23.
January is tax season. Don’t forget the library is a wonderful source for tax forms and tax resources.
I was reminded of how lucky we are while reading a national magazine that had a small feature on four places to go to see bald eagles.
On Tuesday, Jan. 13, children are encouraged to attend the first story time of the New Year at the library.
Happy New Year.
This is the last column of 2014.
The exhibit and sale of the photography of the late Andrea Knight is still going on at the Keeseville Free Library until Dec. 24 during regular library Winter Hours.
In this month’s water bill is some important information.
Well, my cat is in seventh heaven as the tree went up this past weekend.
Very quiet week for this column.
I received an email from Mary Anne at the library concerning the upcoming art show:
Not many trick or treaters this past weekend in my neck of Keeseville.
I received a delightful email from a reader with an important reminder.
On Saturday, Oct. 25, the North Country Underground Railroad Historical Association will host their last mini-bus tour with Keeseville and Peru Tour, who are members of the North Country Underground Railroad Historical Association.
On Saturday, Oct. 18, the North Country Underground Railroad Historical Association will host another mini-bus tour with Keeseville and Peru Tour who are members of the North Country Underground Railroad Historical Association.
Keeseville Free Library will be having their free story time Tuesday, Oct. 14 at 10 a.m. with “Creepy Crawlers” as the theme.
On Oct. 4, the North Country Underground Railroad Historical Association will host the first of their two mini-bus tours of Underground Railroad sites in Keeseville and Peru.
I had a chance to visit the War of 1812 Quilt Exhibit at the Anderson Falls Heritage Society Museum on 96 Clinton Street.
As part of the 200th anniversary celebration of the Battle of Plattsburgh, the Anderson Falls Heritage Society is hosting The War of 1812 Quilt Exhibit.
I received an email regarding this week’s first-ever ATV/UTV Poker Run.
The Farmers’ Market is finished for another year.
The Anderson Falls Heritage Society will be hosting Peter Slocum for the next part of their summer lecture series.
The Book sale at the Keeseville Free Library is this week.
Nothing new to report this week, but I do have a bunch of reminders.
August is the time for the Keeseville Free Library annual Book sale.
Unfortunately, I have not been able to get to the market due to the demands of my day job.
The Art Sale and Show featuring local artists Gary Bezio and Lorna Hohn is going on now in the Library on Front Street during regular library hours.
The Keeseville Free Library is having its opening reception for the annual Art Show and Sale this Thursday July 10 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Summer is officially here and there are several exciting news items to report.
My congratulations to all area graduates.
The flag ceremony on Flag Day was well done and a beautiful event.
June 14 is Flag day.
Busy weekend for Keeseville residents.
I received an email from the Elizabethtown Community Hospital informing me that the Hospital has reached an agreement with Dr. Richard Bremer to assume his practice in AuSable Forks pending his retirement this summer.
I managed to see the sendoff of the World War Two Veterans on May 17th from the Plattsburgh Airport.
The Children’s Development Group has opened a new facility at 1717 Front Street offering many great services including tutoring, preschool, educational activities and more to our local families.
I am happy to report that the North Star Underground Railroad Museum has opened this past weekend for its fourth season.
This is the weekend that the Chesterfield Rod and Gun Club will be hosting their annual Sportman’s Show Saturday April 26 from 9 a.m. to 4 in the afternoon and Sunday from 9 a.m. until 3.
I’m very happy to report that the Anderson Falls Heritage Society will be opening on April 15 from then until late Fall.
The Chesterfield Rod and Gun Club, 59 Green Street, in Keeseville, will be having their annual Sportman’s Show at the end of this month.
I got a quick reaction to last week’s bit on the spelling of “Ausable” from my editor here, Keith Lobdell, who as the editor for a local paper should know town spellings.
The Wednesday March 12 meeting of the North Country Honor Flight was postponed along with pretty much everything else going on in the North Country due to Winter Storm Vulcan.
The Curling tournament hosted by the American Legion to benefit North Country Honor Flight has been canceled.
Don’t forget to turn your clocks ahead this Sunday, March 9, as Daylight savings starts again for another year.
The final film in the “Created Equal: America’s Civil Rights Story” series “The Loving Story” will air this Saturday, March first at 1 p.m. in the Plattsburgh Public Library with a community discussion to follow afterwards
This week the feature film in the “Created Equal: America’s Civil Rights Story” series is “Slavery by Another Name.”
Received an email from the North Country Underground Railroad Historical Association concerning a new film series at the Plattsburgh Municipal Library located at 19 Oak Street for the next five Saturdays starting with Feb. 1.
My heart goes out to all the families that lost so much during last Friday’s fire in Port Kent.