I write to commend and support the Valley News editorial staff for their determination in exercising their right to an opinion.
This has been a very long hard week for so many people.
Seventy-six European conservation scientists from twenty-five countries have recently pooled their efforts and reported that the numbers of lynx, wolves, brown bears, and wolverines living in various regions of Europe (exclusive of the British Isles, Belarus, Ukraine and Russia) have stabilized and begun to increase in number.
After being asked to describe his 60-plus year career as an Adirondack guide, the late Tony Deepe of Lake George claimed simply, “It’s been a good life.”
Over 60 folks attended the NYS Department of Environmental Conservations Imperial Dam Fish Passage Project meeting held in Plattsburgh Jan. 21.
It may be the dead of winter, but that doesn’t mean we can’t give thought to all that can be gained (waistline being the exception) from moving toward a more local diet.
I am writing in regards to Veterans Exemptions on their homeowners taxes.
Superbowl weekend is finally upon us.
Kudos to George Canon and the Essex County Board of Supervisors for their unanimous stance against Protect the Adirondacks.
With the (rightfully deserved) ongoing furor over Denpubs’ Editorial Board’s recent editorial gaffe, let’s not forget that the real issue is the ACR project itself.
I recently realized the truth in the old adage, “What goes around, comes around”.
Barbara Ross is now a resident at the Countryside Adult at 353 Schroon River Rd in Warrensburg.
Barton Mines Corporation, now known as Barton International, is the featured photo exhibit at Town of Johnsburg Library in the Reading Room.
Bravo to Denton Pubs for their editorial exposing “Protect the Adirondacks” for the Adirondacker-hating, environment-destroying, economy-destroying group they are!
What follows is an abbreviated history of the litigation concerning the Adirondack Club.