David Patrick likes to spend his time examining old documents and newspaper articles and connecting the dots. “A lot of historical information has been lost or forgotten about as people have died,” Patrick said. “Many people today do not know much about the Town of Champlain’s history, yet there are hints all around us of what people did 100 or 200 years ago.”
David Patrick has covered Champlain’s history for some time.
The North Country Mission of Hope was founded in 1998 to empower the people of mission communities in Nicaragua through education, health care, and ecological and community development projects.
County Legislator Harry J. McManus is reexamining plans for a multi-use trail linking the villages of Champlain and Rouses Point.
The walls in the ROTA Gallery are always adorned with artwork, but on Friday, May 31, the space was nothing short of a spectacle.
I don’t want to appear that I’m deliberately trying to hog your Letters to the Editor feature, but I can speak both as a 50-year Adirondack trout fisherman, and as a website creator with 14 years of experience with WiFi in the Adirondacks.
On behalf of Northeastern Clinton Central School, we would like to thank all of the area businesses who contributed to our 2nd-annual After-Prom Party.
I am a 79-year-old military retired veteran. I served my country to the best of my ability. At that time, I had great respect for our United States Government.
Redford Picnic fun
Book donations are needed for the Chazy Friends of the Library Book Sale, an annual fundraiser to support Chazy Public Library.
The Clinton County Legislature has heard from a Rochester-based company interested in purchasing the county’s home healthcare service license and taking over its services.
Organizers of the Friends of NCCS Golf Tournament are looking for a few good golfers.
Happy Pike Ice Cream and Snack Bar is open for business and business is going well.
The North Country Association for the Visually Impaired makes it its business to help those who suffer from vision problems — even those who sometimes fall between the cracks when it comes to qualifying for services.
On a visit to my mom’s last week, I shared my abundance of summer squash with her.
As a St. John Feral Cat Fund, Inc. (SJFCF) volunteer, I was heartened to read that the City Council is considering budgeting funds for animal rescue.
Business giving away a Dillion guitar Sept. 2
Dick’s Country and Music Oasis is shining a spotlight on local talent.
The Saranac Central School District is again looking for a buyer for the former Cadyville Elementary School.
North Country Gardening
My vegetable garden is in full swing right now. Just this morning, I piled my harvest of carrots, tomatoes, onions, broccoli, cucumbers, fennel, and eggplant onto the counter.
Local woman battling stage 4 lung cancer
When Eva “Penny” Parker was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer, it was something she said came completely of out left field.