Undersheriff Mac R. Smith, woke Saturday morning, March 14, 1914, from a night of sound and undisturbed sleep at his home in Lake George,and was horrified to find that he was totally blind in his left eye.
I have received some calls and been stopped in town by some folks who were curious how the tradition of the Maple Sugar Party began.
North Country Ministry is now seeking donations of firewood.
If following the white lines of the freeway is your style, then check out the following programs!
I saw the headline from a distance, and I rushed to grab a copy of the newspaper.
Students and teachers at Warrensburg High School will soon be competing in Donkey Basketball.
•100 years ago — March 1914•
All are welcome to attend the ever-popular annual Cabin Fever Party, which offers hearty pot-luck food, great socializing, and dancing to live music.
James Wallace, 11, and Alex Wallace, 6 would like celebrate the arrival of their baby brother with a birth announcement.
I stopped in for fuel one day, to satisfy my thirsty 6 liter V-8 engine and got talking to a fellow at the local CITGO gas station in Port Henry.
As the cold winds of winter continue to whip across the region, it is difficult to conjure up the image of kids enjoying themselves at a Summer Camp.
Amber Grace of the Plaza Salon will be holding an crafts instruction session entitled Crafts and Carafe on Tuesday Feb. 25 in Lizzie Keays’ banquet room.
•100 years ago — February - March 1914•
Members of the Thurman Connections Snowmobile Club report that their trails are open and groomed.
Notes from the North Woods
Well, it was bound to happen sooner or later, and the timing couldn’t have been better.