Is your pet up to date on his vaccinations?
The Fifth Annual Keeseville Elk’s Lodge Pig n’ Swig is this Sunday, Father’s Day.
The long awaited chance to get a look inside the New Senior Assisted Living quarters is now available in the old local school is here, the open house to the public will take place on Saturday, June 15.
Time to start thinking about our upcoming Independence Day celebrations, which will take place this year on Saturday, July 6.
The Goff Brothers of Plattsburgh will present a benefit concert this Friday evening, June 14, at the Essex Community Church.
Fathers play a special role in the lives of children.
Water levels continue to rise all across the North Country, and fortunately so do the trout, especially on many of the smaller brooks and streams which tend to flush faster and return to normal levels more rapidly than the larger rivers.
June is graduation month for many of our family members and friends.
Sunday, June 9, the Kiwanis are hosting a breakfast fundraiser at the Deers Head Inn from 9 a.m. until noon.
Westport Central School Class of 2016 invites you to Willsboro Bowling Center this Saturday at 3 p.m. for 9 Pin Bowling to benefit the Christopher Emmet Hallowell Fund.
The spring barn dance at Black Kettle Farm will be this Saturday evening starting at 5:30 p.m. with the traditional chili dinner, which is still only $5.
Summer just jumped right out of Spring with a burst.
Another busy week in Keeseville with the second North Country Honor Flight flying out of Clinton County Airport on a Pen Air charter flight with sixteen World War II veterans from our area and sixteen volunteer Guardians on Saturday, June 8.
This past Sunday my daughter graduated from the University of Vermont. It was a day, both sweet and mildly bitter.
Notes from the North Woods
The spring season’s unpredictable weather has certainly provided some unique challenges for outdoor travelers with high temperatures in the 70’s and 80’s and lows dropping into the 30’s, with snow, rain and heavy winds.