You began your editorial concerning Common Core with “Everyone’s frustrated.” So it’s logical to surmise that if everyone is frustrated then all of us can’t be wrong.
Daniel Dimick, graduating senior from Bolton Central School, is receiving The Bolton League of Fine Arts/Soave Faire 2015 Art Award.
Springtime in Thurman brings some challenges.
One Hundred Years Ago – May, 1915
Almost a full page of one-sided propaganda for NYSUT (re: “NYSUT endoses opt outs following landmark education reforms”) How can everyone but NYSUT be so misguided?
First off, I must publically thank my friends (they know who they are) for dropping by with goodies while Kaye and I sniffled and coughed through our personal encounter with the horrible stomach flu that has assailed this region.
While the spring season has not yet arrived in all quarters of the region, it’s apparently on the way.
On Thursday Creative Healing Connections raised over $6000 to provide support for local women living with cancer and other chronic diseases, caregivers, and women veterans.
This past March, town officials in Lake George awarded a construction bid for a skateboard park first proposed seven years ago.
We’ve been hearing the trash talk for years now. You poor folks in the newspaper business. The Internet is eating your lunch.
My husband and I would like to most gratefully Thank our Minerva Fire Dept. and EMS Squad for their quick and professional response to our chimney fire on April 8.
One Hundred Years Ago – 1915
It has been a privilege to write this column for the near year that I have but it is with great pleasure I announce that Kathy Templeton has so generously decided to return to writing this column.
The editorial on seeking truth was a breath of fresh air for me. The Internet is an odd bird.
I know I’m older than dirt when I glance around our house on the river. Many of the items we have used daily for decades, are relatively unknown to our grandchildren and great grandchildren.