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.
James Wallace, 11, and Alex Wallace, 6 would like celebrate the arrival of their baby brother with a birth announcement.
Members of the Thurman Connections Snowmobile Club report that their trails are open and groomed.
Many Thurman residents have phoned me this week reporting their extremely high energy bills – nearly double or triple in some cases the total of prior years.
Groundhog Day is Sunday, Feb. 2 and tradition has had it that if the critter doesn’t see his shadow there will be an early spring.
Valentine’s for Vets is scheduled for Feb. 8 from 1 – 3 p.m. at the Thurman town hall with refreshments to follow.
While the Myrna Keeler has been on vacation enjoying much-needed rest and relaxation, several Thurman residents have stepped up to the plate to try as best they can to fill her shoes at the Food Pantry.
The Thurman Town Board meeting on Jan. 14 will feature a special presentation of how white space broadband Internet accesss will work for Thurman.
Embracing traditional values, residents of the mountain town of Thurman gather to celebrate Christmas with their children.
There was a report of a coy dog sighting last week on Dippikill Road.