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Jean Hadden

Many years ago — around the early 1960s and beyond — my husband Merv Hadden bought a small camp on the Schroon River from his good buddy, local barber Mitch Abood. more

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Fifty-five years ago – Winter 1963 more

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Fifty-five years ago – March 1963 more

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One hundred years ago: March 1918 more

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Fifty-five years ago – February 1963 more

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Owing to the extremely cold weather and over-abundance of snow of this record-breaking winter, things are in a bad way up in Sodom, a little hamlet in the Town of Johnsburgh. more

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Fifty-five years ago: Winter 1963 more

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It was just 50 years ago — around Feb. 10, 1913 — that a cold snap struck Old Mother Earth. more

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Did you ever look around the streets of Warrensburg and wonder to yourself: “Where have all the old-timers gone?” more

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It has been a miserable, cold winter. I wish I could think of a stronger word than “miserable,” but such a word escapes me. more

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One hundred years ago – January 1918 more

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These are modern times. I do not have to hope I chopped enough wood to keep warm on these frigid winter days and nights as my grandfather did more

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The year 1917 is finally at its end, one of the most fateful periods in the world’s history, it has brought to mankind a full measure of woe and suffering. more

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One hundred years ago — December, 1917 more

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The Horicon Hotel, a place once conducted by Mrs. Emma Brace and situated in the part of Horicon known as Bartonville, was destroyed by fire Thursday night, Nov. 15, 1917, with all of its contents. more

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Since Stony Creek was founded on Nov. 3, 1852, when it was separated from the Town of Thurman, it has been the average citizen for which the town is to be credited. more

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One Hundred Years Ago: December, 1917 more

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One Hundred Years Ago: November 1917 more

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Last fall at this time, I was confined to my home recovering from an operation. more

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A cold wave followed in the wake of the heavy rains as November labors onward in this area. more

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Many years ago — around the early 1960s and beyond — my husband Merv Hadden bought a small camp on the Schroon River from his good buddy, local barber Mitch Abood. more

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Fifty-five years ago – Winter 1963 more

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Fifty-five years ago – March 1963 more

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One hundred years ago: March 1918 more

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Fifty-five years ago – February 1963 more

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Owing to the extremely cold weather and over-abundance of snow of this record-breaking winter, things are in a bad way up in Sodom, a little hamlet in the Town of Johnsburgh. more

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Fifty-five years ago: Winter 1963 more

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It was just 50 years ago — around Feb. 10, 1913 — that a cold snap struck Old Mother Earth. more

Community Columnists

Did you ever look around the streets of Warrensburg and wonder to yourself: “Where have all the old-timers gone?” more

Community Columnists

These are modern times. I do not have to hope I chopped enough wood to keep warm on these frigid winter days and nights as my grandfather did more

Community Columnists

The year 1917 is finally at its end, one of the most fateful periods in the world’s history, it has brought to mankind a full measure of woe and suffering. more

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One hundred years ago — December, 1917 more

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The Horicon Hotel, a place once conducted by Mrs. Emma Brace and situated in the part of Horicon known as Bartonville, was destroyed by fire Thursday night, Nov. 15, 1917, with all of its contents. more

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Since Stony Creek was founded on Nov. 3, 1852, when it was separated from the Town of Thurman, it has been the average citizen for which the town is to be credited. more

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One Hundred Years Ago: December, 1917 more

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One Hundred Years Ago: November 1917 more

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Last fall at this time, I was confined to my home recovering from an operation. more

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A cold wave followed in the wake of the heavy rains as November labors onward in this area. more

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One hundred years ago ­— November 1917 more

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A glimpse of the past more

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