fallen soldiers


Photo by Megan Pierce

LAKE GEORGE | Local citizens should urge their federal politicians to fully fund ongoing efforts to recover the remains of soldiers killed overseas in combat, the leader of Warren County’s annual P.OW.-M.I.A. ceremony said June 2. Read more

The Sun


Photo by Kim Dedam

ELIZABETHTOWN | The bronze plaque in the front hallway at Keeseville Elementary has a dark patina, burnished deep brown by time. Read more

The Sun


File photo

GOSHEN | Willard Birchard, sergeant in Company F, Fifth Vermont Infantry, died in 1907 in Goshen with only a $15 gold pocket watch to his name. He was a four-year veteran of the Civil War. Read more

The Vermont Eagle


Thom Randall

LAKE GEORGE | Pleas for unity, peace and responsible citizenship were heard by about 120 area residents recently as they witnessed the dedication of the new Lake George Veterans Memorial plaza. Read more

The Sun