The water level in the Schroon River was raised considerably by the heavy rains last month and has been furnishing excellent power for the industries on its banks which have previously been so hampered by low water.
It was 20 degrees below zero in Minerva Feb. 7, 1910 and due to the poor conditions of the roads, the North Creek high school pupils did not attend school. It was 24 degrees below zero in Johnsburgh.
The blizzard made drifts as high as fences. It took two men who live on Edwards Hill, Bakers Mills, all day to shovel their way to town to use the scraper. At The Glen, snow had so drifted that the roads were near impassible. They were so bad in Hague that the mail carrier was unable to do his route.