North Country parents, do you know that your child is a source of data and dollars?
Question of the month
There sure is a lot of conversation about the winter we are having and the price of fuel and electric.
World War II Veterans are dying at a rate of 700 to 800 a day, they are in their late eighties and early nineties, there are less than one million left, soon there will be none of us left.
Congratulations to the Indian Lake/Long Lake Boys and Girls Varsity Basketball Teams for qualifying for the winter Scholar Athlete Teams.
Emergency and fire services in the North County need a jumpstart.
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I saw the headline from a distance, and I rushed to grab a copy of the newspaper.
Week by week we continue to see and hear more head scratching stories coming out of government.
When it comes to gun safety laws I find myself divided about what’s right and what’s possible.
Question of the Month
Glacial/interglacial cycles, at least those that have occurred over the past million years, have been considered to be largely the result of the natural increases and declines in solar radiation striking the higher latitudes on Earth (those regions closer to the North and South Poles).
A powerful power point show on winter “irruptive” birds brought out a crowd from far and wide to the Tannery Pond Community Center on Feb. 22 for a “Cabin Fever” lecture sponsored by the Adirondack Museum.
I was saddened to read your recent Op-Ed in support of repeal of the SAFE Act, because it seemed to me that it quite clearly missed the point on what this legislation is trying to do and at the same time you seemingly glossed over the problem of gun violence in America today.
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.