After 34 years in business at their shop in Olmstedville, Bob and Floss Savarie are calling it quits with their business, Board n’ Batten Antiques.
The third meeting of the new Minerva Bicentennial Committee met the evening of Aug. 18 with a good crowd of folks in attendance.
It’s been a long and very close relationship between Father Richard Sturtz and his parishioners in Minerva and Schroon Lake, but after 19 wonderful years, he’s decided to retire.
Yes, we live in (or visit) the beautiful Adirondacks, which is blessed with a great diversity and abundance of plants, often in lawns and fields. Did you ever wonder just what those plants are, and whether or not they are edible?
Looking for a great place to bring your bowser for a fun day of canine-oriented events? Or, perhaps you’d like to spend quality time with plenty of dogs and dog owners who feel strongly about how great their own pooches are?
There was a fashion emergency on June 20 at Riverfront Park in North Creek – thank goodness the Johnsburg Rescue Squad ambulance, a paramedic and driver were on-hand to handle it. There was an issue with this situation, however: personnel from the squad were a cause of the emergency.
On June 17, the Minerva Central School budget again apparently failed to result in the 60 percent “yes” vote result needed to pass it; instead, it received a total of 59 percent yes votes.
As a science teacher at Minerva Central School, Sarah Fink works closely with students, engaging them, instilling interest in the subjects she teaches, helping them be successful, and evaluating their progress.
MINERVA — Yes, there will be dogs. Lots of them – all sizes, ages, and breeds. They will be at Minerva Beach Saturday, July 12, for the second annual “All breed Fun Dog Show,” and (with a new twist this year) the, “Adirondack Iron Dog Challenge.”
You are in the beautiful Town of Minerva, checking out the hiking options. It’s a fine day, and you need a nice full- or half-day hike. The weather’s great, so any length of time would work.