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By Katherine Clark NORTH CREEK — Five board of education positions in the News Enterprise readership area will see terms ending for the Johnsburg, Indian Lake, Minerva, Newcomb and Long Lake school districts. The deadline for submitting notices of intent to run for these elected positions is April 16 for all school districts. Voting will take place May 15.

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Minerva At the Minerva Central School District, one board of education position will be available, the one held by Lester Sternin. This position CONTINUED ON PAGE 10


By Mike Mender JOHNSBURG — The town of Johnsburg has 13 town-maintained cemeteries. That’s a lot of grass to cut; too much for the town’s Buildings and Parks Department’s one full-time employee and one part-time employee. The town has little control over the

















number of cemeteries it must maintain. As Deputy Town Clerk Jo Ann Smith explained to the Town Board at its meeting Tuesday, April 3, many of the cemeteries were long-ago abandoned by their original owners. By state law, the town is obligated to take care of them. That’s a situation that doesn’t sit well with some in the town. “This cemetery thing needs some historical perspective,” said resident Bob Nessle. “They were private … gen-

erated by either churches or families … and the state in its infinite wisdom decided that the taxpayers had to pay to take care of them.” Nessle suggested the town pass a law saying that any new cemeteries have to have a perpetual care fund set up so that the town doesn’t get stuck maintaining them at taxpayer expense. Town Supervisor Ron Vanselow CONTINUED ON PAGE 6

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Thurman supervisor drops out of race for Assembly




Johnsburg buried in cemetery grass

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Hudson River Trading Comp. expanding ATHOL — Town of Thurman Supervisor Evelyn Wood has announced that she’s withdrawn her candidacy for the state Assembly post now held by Teresa Sayward, who is retiring as of December. Wood sent a notice Tuesday April 3 to Warren County Republican Party


Chairman Mike Grasso officially declaring that she’d dropped out of the race. Wood’s exit from the race leaves two republicans seeking the seat: Warren County Board of Supervisors Chairman Dan Stec and former Glens Falls Mayor Robert Regan. Stec has been collecting endorsements from party organizations with ease, while other candidates have struggled to do so, prompting a num-

ber of them to drop out. The Assembly district presently includes all of Warren and Essex counties, and parts of northern Saratoga and northern Washington counties. The G.O.P. committees of these four counties have all endorsed Stec. He’s also won the endorsements of the Conservative party committees of Warren and Essex counties as well as the nod from the state Independence Party.

In her quest for the Assembly seat, Wood recently made presentations before the Republican committees of Warren, Washington and Essex counties. The momentum of Stec’s candidacy and a variety of other factors, she said, prompted her to withdraw her candidacy. Stec has been in public office for 16 years, compared to 15 months for Wood, who had run based on her deep local heritage and experience with Adirondack issues. CONTINUED ON PAGE 10


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At the Indian Lake Central School District, two board of education positions will be available, the five-year term held by David Harrington and remaining term of three years due to the resignation of board member Brian Wells. Anyone interested in running for the available seats should contact the district clerk at 648-5024.

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At the Johnsburg Central School District, two board of education positions will be available, those held by Mark Richards and Frank Morehouse Jr. These positions are three-year terms. Anyone interested in running for the available seats should contact the district clerk at 251-2921.

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NC Ministry to hold gala fundraiser April 27 NORTH CREEK — On Friday, April 27, North Country Ministry (NCM) will be hosting its 20th annual Spring Gala Fundraiser — the Roaring ’20s — at the Hiland Park Country Club in Queensbury. This is NCM’s major fundraiser of the year, and the public is invited to attend. The evening will begin at 6 p.m. with cocktails and a silent auction. The event also includes dinner, starting at 7 p.m., a live auction with Martin Seelye as auctioneer, and dancing with the Frank Conti Quartet. Tickets for the event are $50 each and may be reserved by calling Charlene at 240-6013. The deadline for reservations is April 20. Auction items will include Saratoga Race Track tickets; New York City Pizza Tour; Dinner for 10 with Doug Gruse, Food Editor at the Post-Star; a hot air balloon ride; and custom sealcoating. This year ’s event is underwritten by Stafford, Carr &McNally, Kay & Jim Morrissey, Trustco Bank, Barton International, Cronin Golf Resort, Community Bank, Be-

Celebrate Local Talent at Tannery Pond NORTH CREEK — The Upper Hudson Musical Arts presents their Celebrate Local Talent Benefit Concert on Saturday, April 28, at 7:30 p.m. in the Tannery Pond Community Center. Featured performers will include classical guitarist

han Communications, Glens Falls National Bank, Ross, Rigby & Patton, LLP, and NBT Bank. The event’s media sponsors are Adirondack Journal, News Enterprise, and Times of Ti, weekly newspapers of Denton Publications; and the Regional Radio Group (1450,96.5, 98,5). North Country Ministry is an ecumenical, not-for-profit 501(c) (3) outreach organization that provides services without discrimination to individuals and families in need in northern Warren County. The organization is based in North Creek and operates a Family Clothing Center in Warrensburg. North Country Ministry serves over 1,000 people monthly and covers an area greater than 600 square miles. Their services include: supportive counseling, advocacy and referral, lunches as The Gathering Place, a family clothing shop, furniture donations, an emergency assistance fund, the Baby’s Place, parenting support, and adult living units.

Sten Isachsen, the violin duo of Devin Camp and Ryan McDonnell, mezzo-soprano Heather Osowiecki, singer/songwriter Katy Cole, classical pianist Don Preuninger, and the Tony Jenkins Jazz Trip, with Frank Conti on sax, Tony Jenkins on guitar, Greg Brown on string bass, and Eric Hamell on drums.

Tickets for this exciting concert are $15 for adults and $5 for students. For advance tickets, please contact Denise Conti at 251-3911. Proceeds from this concert will be used to support a yearly Music Scholarship for a deserving local high school senior who is pursuing a college education in music.

The Easter Bunny greeted dozens of visitors at the annual Easter Egg Hunt at Minerva Central School Sunday, April 1, which was sponsored by It’s About Thyme Farm in Olmstedville. Photo provided

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Local students to attend conferences in June NORTH CREEK — Four Johnsburg Central School students will attend American Legion conferences in June.

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Girls’ State: Colleen Fuller and Kayla Williford have been selected as delegates to attend Girls' State which will be held from Sunday, June 24 to Saturday, June 30 at SUNY Brockport. This program is sponsored by American Legion Auxiliary Post 629.

Boys’ State: JCS students, Chet Prouty and Ethan Cooper, have been named as JCS's representatives to the 2012 New York State Boys' State Convention to be held at SUNY Morrisville June 24-29. This year's delegates are sponsored by the American Legion Post 629 and the Johnsburg Central School Teachers' Association. Boys' State is an educational program that focuses on participation and personal experience in a model state, complete with governing bodies and elected officials. Delegates receive training and the opportunity for practical citizenship, leadership, and working knowledge of the structure and operation of local and state government.

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Small Business Basics offered in Indian Lake fore putting up your “Open for Business Sign,” will be held on Tuesday, April 24, from 6 to 8 p.m. Participants will learn how to determine if a business idea is feasible, and if it would be profitable. Karen Stehlin, Regional Director, North Country Small Business Development Center, SUNY Plattsburgh, will lead attendees in an understanding of the rewards, opportunities and challenges of being a business owner. The program will be held at Indian Lake Central School. Pre-registration is required; call the Indian Lake Chamber of Commerce at (518) 648-5112. Additional business planning and financial sessions will be held in May and June. Visit for additional information.



INDIAN LAKE — The Indian Lake Chamber of Commerce has partnered with the Indian Lake Community Planning Committee and Indian Lake Central School to host three upcoming seminars to assist local small businesses and entrepreneurs in either expanding a current business or starting a new one. Each session will look at a different aspect of a business: feasibility, knowledge and skills for running a successful business, and financing available for starting or expanding a business. The seminars are geared toward anyone who would like to start their own business, or wants to improve their existing business practices. “Small Business Basics,” or what to do be-

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Horace Nye: It’s time to sell


he time has come for the Horace Nye Nursing Home in Elizabethtown to no longer be the responsibility of the Essex County taxpayer. The county-owned facility has been operating at a loss for more than the past decade, draining money from the county coffers and adding to a tax levy that is now made tighter by the restriction of the two-percent cap. It is clear that the most appropriate business decision is to cut the county’s losses and get out of the nursing home business, either through the sale of the facility to one of three interested bidders (Centers for Specialty Care out of New York City; Gerald Woods CPA, out of Nassau County; and Elliot Management Group out of Rockland County), or by shutting down the facility entirely. Since 2001, the Horace Nye Nursing Home has been over $21 million in the red, not good for a facility that was set up with the express purpose to make money for the county under an Enterprise Fund. It has not been enterprising at all. Washington County, which is similar in size to Essex, has already made the leap and is currently in negotiations for the sale of both its health care services and the Pleasant Valley Nursing Facility to National Health Care Associates Inc. The firm bid $6.56 million for both county health care packages. In Essex County, the home is the only item on the table, and has received three, matching, $4 million bids. Warren County is also discussing the issue as they face major budget decisions. While $4 million may be nothing compared to the $21 million in losses, at least it is something compared to the tax hole that would be sitting in Elizabethtown if the facility were to close its doors entirely. Don’t think that option is not on the table. County Manager Daniel Palmer has said that if the county continues on its present course with the money the home is hemorrhaging, closure would be a definite option. “It becomes unsustainable and at what point do you decide that you


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are going to stay in the business or completely shut the doors,” he said. With a sale, the county receives at least some financial return. It will also have controls in place over the facility to keep employees in their jobs and keep a percentage of beds reserved for county residents or low-income individuals. That seems a far better option than having no facility at all. We understand that this is a tough, controversial issue and that there are a lot of people who are invested in the outcome. Supervisors, county employees, nurses, staff, patients, seniors and families are all invested in this drama playing out before them. At the same time, it seems the most vocal opponents of the sale have been county employees who fear that privatization could impact their pay and benefits, or, worse — cost them their job altogether. While we cannot blame these employees for voicing those concerns, the supervisors cannot allow that to sway their vote, and we fear further dialogue in settings such as public hearings would be dominated by more of the same. The board of supervisors was elected to look out for county taxpayers as a whole, not a select few — it is time they step up and make the difficult decisions they were elected to make. If it is deemed through studying other private facilities that the quality of care will not suffer and that privatization will save taxpayers millions annually, then the decision is a no-brainer. And, in the final analysis, privatization is a much better option for those same employees and the patients they care for than not having a facility here at all.

This editorial is the collaborative opinion of a board comprised of Thom Randall, Fred Herbst, Keith Lobdell, Stephen Bartlett, Andy Flynn and John Gereau. Comments may be directed to

Layoffs at corporately owned daily newspapers nothing but greed


a time to hurt those you depend ’ve been accused over time of heavily on like staff, readers and adnot liking daily newspapers vertisers who will be affected by the and being overly bias toward cut backs and then pass out bonuses weekly newspapers. I’ve always and cigars to celebrate your shrewd been quick to point out, however, business ways. that it’s not the newspapers I don’t Interestingly enough, one of the like but rather the corporate culture seminars I attended this weekend in that is killing the sense of communiSaratoga Springs was about the ty these organizations once had. common qualities that exist among When these businesses were cash Dan Alexander successful newspapers. Here is the cows and the money was flowing, it Thoughts from list: was like a big Monopoly game, with Behind the Pressline 1. Loyalty to staff in tough times corporate buy-outs of long standing 2. Constant investment in quality family ownership and then swap3. Regular staff training ping and trading of properties to further enhance 4. Close relationships between management and the corporate grip on a region. staff Last week, while I and many of our editorial 5. Close ties to the community staff members were in Saratoga Springs at the New 6. Quality journalism York Press Association’s Spring Conference, the 7. Investments in technology, equipment and news broke regarding the Lee Enterprise/Postnew publications Star’s move to terminate about 30 percent of its edOur small rural weeklies don’t always get the reitorial staff, primarily in the Washington and spect nor prestige given to the Post-Star or some of Saratoga County areas. More shocking than the the area’s other corporately owned publications, cuts at the Post-Star and the 51 other Lee Enterbut we hope someday to alter that opinion when prise-owned papers who made similar large-scale the community realizes how things are changing. staff cuts across the country, was the announceDuring the last three years while the big guys have ment just days before that Lee CEO Mary Junck been cutting staff and furloughing employees, was awarded a $500,000 bonus and CFO Carl sending core services and jobs like the design of loSchmidt was awarded a $250,000 bonus. cal ads and the layout of the newspaper to distance Call me a crazy fool or completely out of step communities, we and other small, independent lowith capitalism but I see a community’s newspacally-owned publishers have been adding services per as its biggest cheerleader and one of its priand expanding staff with the displaced personnel mary guiding leaders. When times are tough, you cast off by the corporate giants. set some of your own priorities aside and lead Many members of our staff haven’t had raises in through example. It should be in times like these several years but they understand that as an organthat a steady hand on the wheel will set the ecoization we are fighting for our future and the funomic course for a community. A well run, well esture of the people and communities we serve. tablished company, should be positioned to set Maintaining your job and benefits while being foaside its appetite for making lots of money and cused on the future is a simple enough concept to sending it out of the community to its shareholdunderstand, but when greed overrides common ers, while having a long term strategy to recognize sense, that’s also a pretty simple concept that folks there will be time enough for making money when can see right through. During times like these we the economy has been corrected. need less self-serving companies and public serThere is something very wrong when making vants and far more teamwork and a sense of urmoney is your sole motive, over the primary congency to work together to solve the problems faccerns for your community and employees. That is ing our economy. If a community institution, like precisely what I see happening at the corporate your hometown newspaper, isn’t in this for the dailies that largely populate our region. My issue long haul, perhaps it’s time for the community to has never been about the daily newspaper instituseek out a new locally committed institution to tions themselves. It’s always been about the conlead the charge. trolling interests who put up a friendly facade but whose true colors come to light when the going Dan Alexander is publisher and CEO of Denton gets tough. This is a time to stand your ground and Publications. He may be reached at show you are a leader, especially when the health and welfare of your community is at stake. It’s not

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Rafting season begins


arch 31 begins our region’s whitewater rafting season. Coming off a light snow season has not diminished the whitewater experience for this spring. Rafting companies are ramped up and ready to go.  

$10 per two-person team. The prize for the winning team will be half of the total registration fees collected.  Pre-registration is required. For more information, contact the Chamber office at 251-2612 or    

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Adirondack Adventure Festival plans The Chamber is making preparations for its 3rd Annual AdironChamber Happenings dack Adventure Festival to be held on May 4-6 at Riverfront Park in North Creek.  This is the same weekend as the 55th Annual Whitewater Derby which has slalom races in North River on Saturday, May 5 and canoe/kayak races from North Creek to Riparius on Sunday, May 6. Each year, we add new activities and make improvements to the festival to attract more visitors to our region and showcase all that we have to offer.  This year, festival activities include:  50-mile and  20-mile bike tours; a 15-mile mountain bike ride; free river raft rides provided by SUNY  Adirondack Adventure Program students; a hike to Little  Rabbit Pond lead by the Cold River Chapter of the ADK Mountain Club; fly-fishing demonstrations; live music Saturday afternoon, Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon; a craft fair; pony rides; face-painting and children's games.  Coming back again this year will be wildlife exhibits from North Country Wild Care Birds of Prey, the Warren County Hatchery trout display and release into the Hudson River, and The Wild Center.   New this year, there will be spinning wheel exhibit  and demonstration,  the North Creek Depot Museum will be open and the Saratoga & North Creek Railway will have its coach and dome cars open for visitors. On Sunday, May 6, there will be a horseshoe tournament starting at 11 a.m.  North Creek shops and restaurants will be open for business as we all look forward to welcoming returning visitors and introducing new visitors to our region. For more information: and

Horseshoe tournament New this year, as part of the 3rd Annual Adirondack Adventure Festival, there will be a Horseshoe Tournament, starting at 11 a.m. May 6, at Riverfront Park, South Pavilion area. Registration fee is

Remember, the Gore Mountain Region Chamber of Commerce will host an Adirondack Economic Development Conference from 1 to 4 p.m. at Tannery Pond Community Center, 228 Main St. A panel of representatives from New York State Empire State Development, Warren County Economic Development Corporation, Adirondack Economic Development Corporation, North Country Small Business Development Center, New York Business Development Corporation and New York State Energy and Research Development Authority will present information on funding programs and other business and community development assistance.  The conference is being sponsored in part by the First Wilderness Heritage Corridor.   The program is open to all community officials and businesses located in the Adirondacks.     Reservations are recommended, however, walk-in registrations will be accepted that day based on seating availability.    For more information and to make reservations, contact the Chamber office at 518-251-2612 or via e-mail at      Chamber member fee is $5;  non-member fee is $10 payable by cash or check made out to Gore Mountain Region Chamber of Commerce.   

Chamber mixer On April 19, the Chamber will host a mixer at the Copperfield Inn, Main Street, North Creek, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. There will be light refreshments, a door prize and a 50/50 raffle.

Welcome new members Adirondack Pedal Cab: Proprietors Steve Tomb and Mike Smith will be bringing pedal cabs to North Creek this summer. These pedal-powered rickshaw  are sure to be a hit with visitors looking for a  unique transportation experience.  Visit online at   Izzy's Market & Deli: Dave and Kathy Waite have been busy renovating 282 Main Street, North Creek, the location of their new business, Izzy's Market, a gourmet food store and deli.   They will rent additional retail space on the second floor.  The store is expected to be open mid-May.  For more information, call 518-251-3000. Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce: Our Chamber is pleased to announce this new reciprocal membership with the Saratoga Chamber.  We look forward to working with them on SNCRR packages and other joint events.  Visit online at 

differences among healthy persons, it has been found that there are often abnormal bacterial communities in the bowels of peoith the recognition that our resistance to disease ple with such diseases as inis based on more flammatory bowel syndrome, than just our immune systems colon cancer, and irritable and often involves the activity bowel syndrome. Whether of the many different, usually these altered bacterial comsymbiotic, microorganisms munities are related to the that reside on and within us, incause of these illnesses or are creasing research is being foan adaptive change in recused on determining just what sponse to these diseases is unthese organisms are and what known at present. they do for us. Indeed, it is esOne’s genetic constitution timated that for every cell in our body carrying our human does not seem to determine genes there are about ten tiny the flora in one’s gut either as organisms carrying different even identical twins can have genomes all living comfortably by Wes Dingman widely different bacterial on our skin, in our various cavpopulations. However, reities, or within our gut. We search has shown that if we group our backnow that some of these are vital to our health as they produce some essential vita- terial colonists into genera (and not species) mins, aid in the digestion of foods, or help it can be shown that the bulk of the bacteria fight off invasion by disease producing or- in humans (including those with bowel disease) can be grouped into three different ganisms. Recently, there has been more effort to genera. In this context, a person’s diet does identify and characterize some of the trileffect the bacterial composition of his or her lions of protozoa, bacteria, and viruses that bowel. In particular, people on a predomilive in our intestines. For instance, it has nately saturated fat and animal protein diet been found that there can be large differhave mostly Bacteroides species, while those ences between the microbes found in the gut consuming a high carbohydrate, predomiof different individuals. In addition to these nantly plant-based, diet have bowel bacteria

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composed largely of Prevotella species. What this means, if anything, with respect to the long term health of individuals is not yet known. Short-term changes in one’s diet do alter the bacterial composition of one’s gut but apparently not in any stable way. In the small intestine, where an overgrowth of normal gut bacteria would interfere with the absorption of nutrients, our intestinal cells secrete an antibacterial protein to keep the resident bacteria under control and at a distance. A similar antibacterial compound is found in insects which functions to keep the insect’s symbiotic bacteria from multiplying to the extent that they would harm or kill their host. Indeed, current research seems to indicate that most all higher organisms are partnered with a host of microbes, and often larger organisms as well, whose symbiotic functions are just beginning to be unraveled. The word “biome” is used to describe a complex collection of plants, fungi, microorganisms, and larger organisms which live more or less compatibly in a specific habitat. Would it be too much of a stretch to refer to ourselves as biomes? Questions and suggestions from readers are welcomed and will be responded to, contact me at

Letters to the Editor Reader takes issue with editorial cartoonist To the News Enterprise: Your cartoonist loves to take shots at conservatives on a weekly basis. Last week he portrays the five Supreme Court justices has a bunch of heartless human beings who do not want to give the feds control over health care. Instead of blasting them, he should be praising them for doing their jobs of upholding the law and not basing their decision on political ideology. Which is more than I can say about the other justices on the court? They are there to uphold the law of the land, period. Hopefully they will decide that it is unconstitutional for the feds to make you purchase something that you do not want. Do you realize that if passed, the feds have the right to

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tell your employer that you will no longer be under the employee plan and from now on you will be under the government plan? Remember Pelosi "You won’t know what's in it until we pass it.” Believe me, it's in there. By the way, if you have individual coverage they can tell you that you must give that up and go on the feds plan. Is that what you want? The government can't do anything right, and you want to hand over the whole health care system to these clowns? God help us all. I hope I'm still alive for the next revolution. Bob O’Brien North Creek

Thanks for the column To the News Enterprise: I want to thank you for your recent editorial on the Beren’s Jewish Academy basketball

team. I am aware of and moved by their story, but more than that, I am moved by your public recognition of the commitment of observant Jews to the principles of their faith – my faith. To observe the laws of Torah in a secular and Christian culture is somewhat like living in a parallel universe, people operating in different value and time systems yet side by side. The Beren’s story illustrates that. Over the centuries, Jews have not gotten as much support from our Christian neighbors as we have gotten, in its most benign form, messages that we should come off of it and just go along with the majority. In times not so benign, we have been brutally persecuted for adherence to our beliefs and practices. When a public figure such as yourself, as editor of a relatively small rural newspaper and with no apparent motive other

than to call attention to the positive outcome of religious conviction writes what you wrote (I make the assumption you are not Jewish), it makes my heart swell with gratitude and a sense of security that even in this remote area where you and I live there are Gentiles who recognize and applaud the values of a committed Jewish life. It is people like you who throughout the ages have given Jews the comfort to know that we are not alone, and that there are people who will stand up and provide a haven from the influences that have tried to marginalize, if not destroy us. Thank you again for your insights and the courage of your words. God bless you. Bob Segall Upper Jay


dam and Matthew Roberts from California are spending a few days with their mother, Patricia Roberts in Chestertown. Rick Kenyon was happy to have so many of his family take him to Suzie Q's in Brant Lake to celebrate his birthday. Alonzo Conlon had his birthday supper with me after helping his grandfather, Earl Allen, saw in the sawmill Saturday. Aaron and Ian were happy to be with their greatgrandfather. In the evening Alonzo went to the Cinderella Play for Aaron and Ian at North Warren School. Aaron and Ian enjoyed the gathering on Sunday for the casting of the play. So many enjoyed going to see "The Beauty and the Beast" at the Johnsburg Central School. They, too, worked very hard and a great turn out. Keisha Sprague made another trip to New York City on Friday to consult with a specialist there. Yanden Cleveland was enjoying a 4wheeler ride when he tipped it over. It landed back on its wheels but Yanden was not on it. He with his helmet on was on the ground. He now has two broken collar bones. The Sodom Community Church had their yearly Palm Sunday dinner after the morning worship service. Good food and good fellowship. There will be a Good Friday Service at the Sodom Community Church on Friday at 2 p.m. The Sunrise Service will be at Gore Mt even though closed for the season. Be there at 6:30am. This is Holy Week and there is a lot going on at the different churches in the area. Happy Birthday to: Ben Zink, Jason Morehouse, Bruce Cleveland, Jeff Ordway, Ellen Maranville Millington, Clarence Davenport (92), Mark Millington, Matt Aldous, Sheridan Millington, Stephanie Cleveland, Andylynn Cleveland, Heather Allen, Emily Cleveland. Happy Anniversary to: Alvin and Jean Russell

Hester’s History (cont.) We had several school teachers through the following years of my childhood altho I d not remember each one in succession correctly. There were the Whitting girls- Addie and Matie. (Later Addie was Ada Swan, and Matie was a Montgomery. There were the Foley girls- Ella and Eva Foley, Emma Russell, Maude Taylor and Anna Davidson. Matie Montgomery was school teacher when my twin s and I received a working certificate and left school. We had finished the studies that were required in Dist. No. 7 grade school; the teacher was teaching us a higher grade on her own kindness, as we were not desirous to attend a high school farther from home; we obtained the working certificate and left school. Some of the teachers that taught at Dist. No. 7 before they took away our school were: Queena Cooper, Rose Jenks, Elizabeth Powers, Harold O'donnel, Clarence Swan, Ada Swan, Myra Magee, Ione Pelletier and I believe the Bennett girls, Eva and Iva. I hardly remember if one or both, at different times. I believe Nellie Ross was the last school teacher at Dist.No.7. We children went home for our dinner, while attending the little school so near to our home. (NOTE: Fred and Kjerstia were the last

Letter to the Editor to attend the school with Nellie Ross)

Volleyball Tournament Benefit To the News Enterprise: I would like to thank all those who played in the Indian Lake Volleyball Tournament as well as the spectators who participated in a night full of laughter and enjoyment. Thanks to you $132 were raised for the Hamilton County Community Action food pantry. This money will give us the ability to provide six hundred nutritionally balanced meals to residents within Hamilton County, who might otherwise go without. Thank you also to Vonnie Liddle and Berneice Cummins who thought of our agency when it came to benefiting from Indian Lake’s St. Patrick’s Weekend Celebration. For more information regarding Community Action or to make a donation you may call 518-648-5911; email:; or address PO Box 726, Indian Lake, NY 12842.

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Hudson River Trading Co. expands with Outlet Store By Andy Flynn NORTH CREEK — A broken leg wasn’t going to stop Laurie Arnheiter from expanding her shop, the Hudson River Trading Company. Not now, with big plans for the future. It was Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2011 and the sun was shining on Main Street. Laurie and her daughter, Megan Rein Shuman, walked next door to the vacant building she’d just bought, Laurie on crutches with a cast on her right leg and Megan in flip-flops, both smiling for the camera. With the removal of a “for sale by owner” sign on the window, history changed in an instant for the small resort community of North Creek. Two seasons later, the Hudson River Trading Company at 292 Main St. has a new sister business, the Main Street Outlet Store, located at 290 Main St. Eventually the two stores will be connected by a breezeway, but for now it is the land underneath that’s giving Laurie a chance to move forward with her master plan for expansion. “This building possesses a tremendous back yard, so when I bought this building, which had sat vacant for six years ... it gave me the back yard,” Laurie said. It also gives her a chance to install a new septic system for the building she wants to construct behind the Hudson River Trading Company. “The problem is the septic for this new building in back,” Laurie said. The health department did not approve the septic system she had proposed for the new building, which will go up once the barn in the back is torn down. Yet the Outlet Store’s back yard is ideal for the new septic. “I had to go sideways to go back,” she said. “Now that gives me a design center, a great new tenant in the back, and it gives me an outlet center.”

Sales clerk Rachael Shafer arranges clothing at the new Outlet Store at 290 Main St., North Creek. Photo by Andy Flynn

Laurie Arnheiter, right, and daughter Megan Rein Shuman remove the “for sale” sign after buying the building next to the Hudson River Trading Company in North Creek on Sept. 13, 2011. The new building is now the home to the Outlet Store. Photo by provided

With the new shop, Laurie now has three business locations, including the Hudson River Trading Company store on Route 9 in Queensbury, which specializes in fabric with fabric professional Dana Carvajal. The Outlet Store gives her a chance to move seasonal items out of storage. “Instead of packing away things to pull out for next season, I can put them on sale,” Laurie said. “I can create another shopping opportunity on Main Street.” The Outlet Store features men’s, women’s and kids’ clothing for all seasons, plus footwear and furniture. “What I brought over here is beautiful clothing — ISIS, Royal Robbins, ExOfficio, Woolrich — really tremendous lines, but I don’t have a full size run in them,” she said. “This is like a scavenger hunt. This is fun. Let’s see if I can find something that is really spectacular at a really great price.” The building is partially renovated already, including the apartment above the store, which will be rented out seasonally to visitors. The apartment will give Laurie an opportunity to show off designs — from fabric to furniture, fixtures and accessories — that work well in an Adirondack home. And it won’t be rustic. They do that next door. “When people come into Hudson River Trading Company, what they see predominantly is rustic, and rustic is a lot of what I sell,” Laurie said. “But I want them to see that we’re more than that.” The new design center helps Laurie achieve that goal, strategically placing new, unusual and unique things that fit into an Adirondack lifestyle. “A lot of people in this town come in and say, ‘Laurie, we really want to support local business, we really want to sup-

port you, but we don’t want twigs in our house,’” she said. “I have an alternative. I can share something with you that’s vintage, that’s Stickley-like, that’s Arts & Crafts ... that really works in an Adirondack home.” The fabric center in Queensbury can create whatever people need: window treatments, bedding, pillows and upholstery. As for the new building in the back of the Hudson River Trading Company, that’s where people will see the biggest change. The barn will come down, and a cafe/art gallery and garden center will be built in its place. There will even be room to park a motorcoach. “They’re going to be able to walk from a motorcoach in to my cafe, get a tray, and go sit in the garden surrounded by birdfeeders and chimes and plants,” Laurie said. “And I’ll have a vegetable garden stand down there where I’ll be able to sell local produce all summer long.” There’s still plenty of work to be done — with approvals, renovations and construction — but for now, Laurie is well on her way to expanding the Hudson River Trading Company, for her family and her hometown of North Creek. “This is exciting for me, and what’s even more exciting is where I’m going,” Laurie said. “I’m trying to build something that my daughters will be excited to come home to and take over.” For more information about the Hudson River Trading Company and the Outlet Store, call 251-4461 or visit online at The stores are open at 9:30 a.m. daily.

Post-Star lays off one-third of news reporting staff By Thom Randall GLENS FALLS — The Post-Star, the southern Adirondack region’s daily newspaper, has laid off one-third of its entire staff of news reporters, leaving people questioning their news coverage territory. Calls placed to Post-Star Publisher Rick

Emanuel and City Editor Bob Condon were not returned by deadline. Managing Editor Ken Tingley was on vacation, according to his voicemail message. Sources familiar with the Post-Star said the staff cuts were made by Wednesday, March 28. As of Thursday, March 29, the names of news reporters Thomas Dimopoulos, Jamie Munks and David Taube were removed from

Cemetery grass from page 1 agreed that the situation is an unfortunate burden on the taxpayers of the town. But he said his goal Tuesday was to come up with a plan to keep the grass mowed this summer and not take on the state over its abandoned cemetery law. Vanselow said it was critical that the town have a plan in place in time to get the grass cut before Memorial Day weekend when the cemeteries will see a relatively high number of visitors. In past years, the town has employed a variety of methods, including contracting the job out to a private entity, using temporary summer help to cut the grass and utilizing town staff from the Building and Parks Department to do it. Tuesday there was no shortage of ideas. Some suggested having town crews work at it and supplement their efforts with some parttime help, perhaps in the form of the town’s young people out of school for the summer. Others cautioned against that approach because of age restrictions for using power equipment. Councilman Peter Olesheski suggested trying to arrange for residents from the Moriah Shock Incarceration Facility to work for the town during the summer cutting the grass. Vanselow agreed that it could be a good idea and noted that all the residents at Moriah are non-violent offenders and have been used in other towns such as Minerva in past seasons to help with public works type projects. “But I’m not sure I want to put all my eggs in that basket,” Vanselow said, explaining that he thought there likely wasn’t sufficient time to arrange it before Memorial Day. “I think there may be a list you’d have to get on.” Councilman Gene Arsenault endorsed the notion of getting bids on what it would cost to have a contractor cut the grass. “Let’s at least see what the prices are,” he said. Councilwoman Kate Nightingale agreed that getting bids from a contractor was preferable than trying to hire the town’s young peo-

the Post Star ’s online staff directory, which the day before listed nine news reporters’ names. Dimopoulos covered Saratoga and Washington County. Both Munks and Taube covered Washington County. The cuts made this week apparently went beyond the news reporting staff. Also absent from the company directory Thursday were the names of copy editor

ple. “How are the kids going to get to the cemeteries with the equipment,” Nightingale asked. “Would (Building and Parks staffer) Matt (Olden) have to interrupt what he’s doing to go get them and bring them back?” After much discussion, a consensus coalesced around the idea of hiring a private contractor. “Bid it out for two times,” reasoned Jo Ann Smith. “Then Matt, if he had time, or if we had extra help, they could do it in between.” The town budgeted $11,500 in its line item for cemetery maintenance, Vanselow told the board. He learned there could be more money available during a recent session he had with the town bookkeeper in which they reviewed various accounts. The money could be used to hire some temporary help to supplement the efforts of the mowing contractor the town eventually hires, Vanselow said. A motion was put forth, and the board voted unanimously to solicit bids from contractors to mow the grass at all 13 cemeteries, once within two weeks before Memorial Day and a second time within two weeks before Labor Day. In other business Tuesday, the Town Board opened responses to its “Request For Proposal” for the Main Street North Creek streetscape project. The town sent out eight proposal packets and received four proposals back by Tuesday’s deadline. Responding were Chazen Companies, Synthesis, The LA Group and Behan Design. The Board scanned the proposals quickly and then voted to authorize Vanselow to share the proposals with Wayne LaMothe, Deputy Director of Planning and Community Development for Warren County. LaMothe helped create the “Request For Proposal,” and Vanselow said he’d like LaMothe’s input regarding the various proposals before the Board decides to whom it will award the bid. The Town Board next meets at 7 p.m., Tuesday, April 17 at Scout Hall, at the intersection of Route 8 and Peaceful Valley Road.

Christopher FitzGerald, photographer Aaron Eisenhauer and sportswriters Mary Albl and Larry Hall. Reporters remaining at the Post-Star refused to talk this week about the staff cuts. A visit to the Post-Star ’s Saratoga bureau early afternoon Friday, March 30 revealed it was dark and not staffed. Mark Wilson’s March 29 commentary on Brian Farenell’s blog — Musings of a Fairly Young Contrarian, — questioned whether the Post-Star was discontinuing coverage of the Saratoga Springs region and reducing its coverage of Washington County. Phone calls to Lee Enterprises, the parent company of the Post-Star, weren’t returned as of Saturday. Similar large-scale cuts in staff were made this past week at several of the other 51 daily newspapers that Lee Enterprises owns, entirely or jointly, across the U.S., according to news reports. Just days before these staff cuts, Lee Enterprises declared a $500,000 bonus for Chief Operating Officer Mary Junck, and a $250,000 bonus for Chief Financial Officer Carl Schmidt. Lee Enterprises went through Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings several months ago, although the top company officers had earlier assured investors it wouldn’t happen and the company had a financially solid future. Lee’s stock has fallen from a high of nearly $50 per share to its present range of 62 cents to $1.45. As of Friday, the closing price was $1.28. When the stock price was in the $35-to-$45 range, Lee Enterprises had enticed its employees, including Post-Star workers, to invest in the shares. The last substantial layoffs at the Post-Star occurred in March 2009, and at that time, the Post-Star printed a news release and answered questions about the staff reduction. In the 2009 staff-cut announcement, Emanuel had noted the declining economic conditions as a factor.

April 7, 2012

Town of Indian Lake to be decorated with Adirondack chairs this summer

ILCS in NYC! By Lauren Walker-Arsenault

INDIAN LAKE — It was a very proud moment me and for Indian Lake Central School when junior Miranda Aldous’s digital photography was shown along with artwork from around the country on a large LED screen in New York City. The event was organized by the online student gallery “Artsonia” and organized as part of the 2012 National Art Education Association Convention, which I attended. Miranda’s work was shown on a large LED screen on 6th Avenue. It was a pleasure to see our star student’s work on the big screen. The at-

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mosphere in the plaza was very exciting; young artists and their families and teachers had traveled from all over the United States to view their art showcased. There were teachers and families from Utah, Florida, California and many more states there to support their young artists. Each artist was showcased

one by one and had a few minutes of fame. This event was quite an honor for ILCS, and for Miranda, since only 500 works were chosen and Miranda’s was among them. After all, over 7,000 teachers attended the conference. (Lauren Walker-Arsenault is Miranda Aldous’s teacher.)

INDIAN LAKE — A new beautification project is planned for the town of Indian Lake this summer. “Have A Seat- Indian Lake” will showcase locally built and decoratively painted Adirondack chairs in the hamlets of Indian Lake, Blue Mountain Lake and Sabael. The brightly painted and artfully decorated chairs will be strategically placed within the hamlets, along the major byways of Routes 28 and 30. The project is intended to enhance the attractiveness of the hamlets and a means of inviting travelers and visitors to stop and enjoy the ambience of the town. Chair designs will reflect some aspect of life in the Town of Indian Lake and/or our region of the Adirondacks. The design may be a realistic or whimsical interpretation depicting the natural environment, the lives of our people, or other approved subject. Each chair will have a sponsor: a business, community group or organization, or private families/individuals. Sponsors, with assistance from the Have A Seat Committee (HASC), will obtain, design, decorate, care

and maintain their chairs. At the end of each summer season, the chairs will be stored and re-exhibited the following summer. Plans are to eventually exhibit as many as 40-50 chairs throughout Indian Lake and to become known for its artistic display of Adirondack chairs. Success is dependent upon the effort, commitment and talents of people in Indian Lake. Presently, HASC is actively searching for sponsors, chair crafters and artists interested in participating. Interested parties may contact the committee chair, Jack Valentine at (518) 648-5636 or email at The project is a part of the community revitalization efforts planned by the Indian Lake Community Planning Committee, a volunteer group active in planning and guiding the way towards a vibrant, sustainable community. Information about the Community Planning Committee and additional details of the Have A Seat-Indian Lake Plan are available at under Main Street Revitalization: March update.

Chestertown to host its own farmers’ market Warrensburg, Diamond Point and North Creek. A logo has been chosen for the Chestertown market through a contest among art students at North Warren High School. Votes from the market’s Facebook page provided input for Alliance group in selecting the logo to be used for the enterprise. A design drawn by North Warren student Martha Torres was chosen. Martha is to receive a $25 prize. The four runners-up in the contest will receive ice cream cones donated by Main St. Ice Cream. Also, Business owners and individuals are invited to become a “Friend of the Market” by donating funds to help with advertising, insurance, signage, postage and group affiliations. Mail donations to: P.O. Box 257, Chestertown, NY 12817. Details regarding donation levels and market operations are available on the website.





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A Day to Remember Abby & Jason The Ceremony The wedding invitations were printed on a home computer. The ceremony was at St. Michael’s Church in South Glens Falls. The vows were officiated by Father Tony Childs, and music was performed by Sally Scuderi. Decorations were by Murphy’s Cottage Crafts.

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Jessica Rubin, museum educator at the Adirondack Museum, has been visiting Johnsburg Central School monthly throughout the school year teaching students about the history of the Adirondacks. Here are Jessica and kindergartener Sean Bibby dressed as an Adirondack guide. Photo by Heather Flanagan

She lives on a farm that has been worked by her family since the late 1700s, prior to the formation of Warren County. She said she hopes that the successful candidate for the Assembly seat fully understands the concerns of Adirondackers and the hardships they endure. “I hope that the next Assembly representative concentrates on the pressing issues here in the Adirondacks, like broadband access, job development, economic prosperity, and keeping our sons and daughters from leaving the area,” she said April 3. “It is important to area families if their youth are able to stay here, work at good jobs, and are able to raise their families here.” She said that she is not ready to endorse any other candidate at this time, but may do so later on. She said that she hasn’t lost her interest in statewide political service. “I will be keeping my eye on higher public offices in the future,” she said. She also noted that some residents expressed relief that she’d dropped out of the race, because she could resume her concentration on local issues, which include extending broadband access through the mountainous, rural town — and rebuilding roads and bridges destroyed in last year ’s flash-flood episodes that caused about $7 million in damage.

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Area students take part in anti-bullying event

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the skits turned out to be a learning experience both for the students and the adults. “It seemed like the teachers learned more from the students about bullying and the way students interact,” said 17-year-old Aleynah Gardinier from Minerva Central School. It was clear that many adults aren’t aware of the scope or the intensity of the bullying problem in area schools. The students practiced the skits for the administrators of the three participating districts and it generated a lot of discussion. “I feel like it opened the eyes of the administrators,” said 16-year-old Emily Waters from Long Lake Central School.

Students also learned quite a bit from the experience. “I learned not only what bullying is but how adults think about this issue,” said Sara Pierson, 13, from Johnsburg Central School. Students appreciated the chance to learn about bullying and talk about their experiences. “It showed me different ways of bullying,” said Dylan Moore, a 15-year-old student from Johnsburg Central School. “This experience was a really good opportunity to explore what bullying can really be,” said 16-year-old Prudence Dechene from Long Lake. “Seeing people act as the bully or the victim really opened my eyes.” Meg Smith, a 16-year-old student from Long Lake Central School, also valued the experience. “The openness of the process and the interesting discussion has really helped me understand what bullying is and how we can change the bullying mindset ourselves in our schools,” Smith said. Many students felt they gained a great deal from the program. “I gained more knowledge about acting and bullying,” said Wesley LaBar, a 17-yearold student from Minerva Central School. “I also learned that I’m pretty good at acting.” Gillian Hayden, a 14-year old student from Johnsburg, added, “I thought it was fun and educational. I learned many acting skills.” Students were also excited to be participating in a program that could help their peers. “I really enjoyed being a part of the movement against bullying by the schools,” said 17-year-old Shasti Conlon from Minerva Central School. “I learned so much from the other students, the teachers, and Stephen.” Over the next few weeks, these students will perform their skits for teachers at Johnsburg Central School, Long Lake Central School, and Minerva Central School. Performances for with students as the audience will follow.


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(This article was submitted by Robert Kirker, a teacher at Minerva Central School.) WEVERTOWN — Students and teachers from Johnsburg Central School, Long Lake Central School, and Minerva Central School recently participated in a peer education program March 19 with the goal of using peer education to reduce bullying in area schools. Three students from each of the participating districts attended. One teacher from each district was also involved, including Jodie Seymour from Johnsburg, Nichole Meyette from Long Lake, and Robert Kirker from Minerva. The program, held at the Wevertown Community Center, was coordinated by Stephen Svobada, an experienced playwright and peer educator. He taught students playwriting and acting techniques that would allow them to portray scenes of bullying for their peers. These skits will form the foundation of a peer education program designed to increase awareness of bullying and build empathy to prevent bullying. Svobada began by educating students about bullying. Nearly every student in schools today has been involved in bullying. Some have been bullies. Others have been victims. But almost every student has witnessed bullying at some point in their academic career. These bystanders — those who have observed bullying — were the focus of the program. If bystanders feel empowered to speak out against bullies, it would help stop bullying in their school. The goals of raising awareness about bullying and building empathy among students were first addressed in a program last October in Lake George. As part of this first stage, Johnsburg, Long Lake, and Minerva students were educated about bullying and shared personal stories of their own encounters with bullying. These students then wrote skits incorporating reallife bullying experiences. During the second stage of the process on March 19, students revised their skits with guidance from Svobada and the teachers.

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