This is to support the Essex County Board of Supervisor’s efforts to take back the cemetery that was used to inter residents of the former Essex County Home.
The Publisher’s Column in the Dec. 13, 2014 issue of the Journal confused and embarrassed me.
I don’t believe any of us realize how dependent we as a society have become on electricity.
As most of your readers will know, Hudson Headwaters will soon complete the building of a new, vastly improved health center in Warrensburg.
One Hundred Years Ago – December, 1914, January, 1915
The senior bus service to Glens Falls makes their trip twice a month on the second and fourth Friday.
Thank you to all who made the 49th Annual Minerva Christmas Bazaar a success.
In regards to your recent editorial, “Essex Co. Digging Own Grave With Cemetery Takeover,” it is obvious that you did not know Vicki Dickerson when you concluded that this is a debate between two private citizens.
Well, I finally got out there! I’d been patiently awaiting the first ski trip of the New Year, since the beginning of Big Game season,
I have coined this column for more than two decades and rarely have taken the opportunity to endorse a service or product.
If you ever need a barometer to gauge public sentiment, visit any gas station in the North Country between dawn and mid-morning and talk to the coffee-slugging chattering class.
This time of year we all think about others and putting a smile on the faces of those we love.
As close partners and co-investors in the Commission’s Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention Program, The S.A.V.E. Lake George Partnership calls on Governor Cuomo and the Commission to continue their outstanding leadership and commitment to the health of Lake George. S.A.V.E.’s public and private members.
One Hundred Years Ago – December, 1914