Research continues to confirm what most of us already knew as kids, that outdoor recreation provides a variety of important benefits that go well beyond the obvious fun and games.
Let’s talk shoes. I read somewhere Imelda Marcos had 3,000 pairs of shoes.
One Hundred Years Ago – July, 1915
I love music and enjoy a little trivia. As the years roll by, though, many lyrics have escaped me like a slow leak in your car tire.
In recent days, I’ve spent a fair share of time in the woods and on the mountains.
Most of these “Little Bits” are what I call fluff—light and fun. This one is not. It’s about vandalism in cemeteries and how I believe it to be abhorrent
Fifty Years Ago – July, 1965
For people who haven’t been paying attention, it’s time to get outside.
When we can’t think of anything else to jaw about, the weather is always a good topic.
When I am perusing old 50 or 100 years ago Warrensburgh newspapers, I often look for references to houses being built, cellar holes being dug and indoor plumbing being put in for the first time.
Hello Patrons and Friends of The Richards Library! In this week’s column we will tell you some general information about the library you should be aware of and some upcoming events to be held at the library in July.
It’s been an extremely, wet week to be in the woods, which is good for mushrooms, gardeners, whitewater paddlers and waterfall photographers, but not for much else.
A headline read, “It’s Over.” Like other traumatic events, most of us will remember what we were doing when the second of two Clinton Correctional Facility escapees was shot. This one lived.
Warren County Airport was renamed Floyd Bennett Airport in the fall of 1998 in honor of the pioneering Warrensburgh aviator, Floyd Bennett, who joined with Commander Richard E. Byrd on May 9, 1926 to make what is supposed to be the first flight made over the North Pole.
All of the Adirondack Park’s iconic trout and salmon fishing destinations and cold-water fisheries would disappear from the landscape by the end of the century without global action to prevent the climate from overheating the park’s rivers, lakes and streams, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reported late Monday.