Sept. 9 is the 15th International Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Awareness Day.
I was happy to see the letter about the new health center in Warrensburg penned by three prominent women from that town, one a former Hudson Headwaters’ board member, another the wife of a former board member.
The 12th running of Race the Train was filled with excitement on a beautiful day.
To our Friends, Neighbors and the Johnsburg Community at large:
This is response to your editorial, “Ebola makes its way to the U.S.” I was disturbed by the blatant inaccuracies in this editorial.
The North Country Hardship Fund would like to extend our sincerest gratitude to all who participated and supported Wayne Stock VII.
Your recent editorial about the expense of quarantining two American victims of Ebola virus was thought provoking.
Our Town Theatre Group sends a hearty thank you to those in our community who helped make our second summer Children’s Musical Theatre Workshop at Tannery Pond Community Center a huge success.
I suggest that before you publish the editorial, you do the research for the correct facts.
As residents and taxpayers, we have been watching the large new building being built to house the Warrensburg Health Center.
Our Town Theater Group would like to thank the community for supporting the recent Seagle Music Colony performance of “Side by Side By Sondheim” at Tannery Pond Community Center.
The Town of Warrensburg has done a great job improving the the water quality for those of us getting town water.
Your editorial, July 17 claiming “statistics prove that guns can and do save lives” requires some close examination.
Finally!! Someone gets it right.
The members of the North River United Methodist Church would like to thank all who stopped by our car wash and bake sale on July 5th.