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RAY LENARCIC: Thanks for giving

Have you ever been walking or driving along or just lounging at home when for no apparent reason you think of a song and suddenly memories come flooding back? Some good, some bad. Happens to me all the time. "You'll Never Walk Alone" reminds me of former Herkimer County Community College men's socce

TIMESTELEGRAM.COM - 2017-11-22 18:58:01

Dolgeville considers changing graduation attire to gender-neutral gowns

DOLGEVILLE, N.Y. - Officials with Dolgeville Central School District are considering changing graduation attire to one uniform outfit, rather than separating gown colors by gender. For the past several decades, male students have worn blue gowns, while female students wear white. The school board

WKTV - 2017-11-22 07:02:00

Hunger coalition recognizes coordinators, volunteers

HERKIMER - The Herkimer County Hunger Coalition recently held its Thanks For Giving awards banquet at the Italian Feast in Little Falls. The award is presented to individuals, organizations or churches that have over a long period of time made significant contributions in waging the non-ending war a

TIMESTELEGRAM.COM

Security, technology part of Little Falls capital project

LITTLE FALLS - The last major capital project in the Little Falls City School District was 20 years ago - which included the transformation of the Benton Hall Academy building and improvements at the Little Falls Middle and High School buildings. Now, the district is considering upgrading facilities

TIMESTELEGRAM.COM - 2017-11-21 23:25:10

Free community meal to be served Thanksgiving Day

HERKIMER - Some in the community will be thankful Thursday to receive a free Thanksgiving meal at the Herkimer United Methodist Church. Rev. Kyle Nesbitt, pastor of the Herkimer Reformed Church, said during a telephone interview Wednesday preparations have been underway to serve the turkey dinner to

TIMESTELEGRAM.COM - 2017-11-22 21:14:44

Basloe Library seeks expanded space

HERKIMER - The Frank J. Basloe Library Board is working to develop a master plan and wants to know if expansion into the former museum space at the rear of the library building is a possibility. Paul K. Mays, of Butler Rowland Mays Architects, of Ballston Spa, who has been working with the board to

TIMESTELEGRAM.COM - 2017-11-21 23:14:29

2017 young volunteers recognized at Littauer

GLOVERSVILLE - Nathan Littauer Hospital & Nursing celebrated its 41st annual Candystriper/Jr. Volunteer 2017 Awards Ceremony in September. The Alice Paula Muskin Memorial Award was given to Gloversville High School student Hanna Fountain. The award is given annually to a candystriper who demonstrate

RECORDERNEWS.COM - 2017-11-22 08:00:00

Rowback won't contest results

William Rowback Jr. (The Leader-Herald/Kerry Minor) GLOVERSVILLE - Mayoral candidate Bill Rowback has stated on social media that he will not contest the results of the city's mayoral race. Rowback said in a Facebook post on Monday evening that after making many inquiries into disputing the electio

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Christmas parade of lights comes Dec. 8

More than 30 floats will fill the streets of Wickenburg for the 22nd annual Parade of Lights Dec. 8. The parade starts at 6:30 p.m. at Yavapai St. and continues down historic Frontier St. The parade route will cross Tegner and will end at the Wickenburg Community Center at 160 N. Valentine St. Entry

WICKENBURG SUN - 2017-11-22 15:00:18

Getzwiller entertains crowd at DCWM

Editor/Photographer Steve Getzwiller is not only a master collector of Western art, he can keep a crowd entertained and asking for more, just by sharing his experiences as a collector. Eyes are repeatedly drawn to the images of artists Getzwiller has encountered on his quest to acquire unique pieces

WICKENBURG SUN - 2017-11-22 15:00:30

It's turkey time!

Recently I saw a study that highlighted the number of jobs in Arizona, which were both well paid and did not require a college degree. We are seeing a shift in the workplace where it is becoming more about certifications and micro credentials in certain fields than about college degrees. The questio

WICKENBURG SUN - 2017-11-22 15:00:28

Black Friday Turkey Enchiladas provide break from traditional Thanksgiving left-over boredom

Soon we Americans will have the Thanksgiving dinner of roughly 535 million pounds of turkey under our belts. The easy and practical thing to do with the remaining turkey, or leftovers is to heat it up or make a sandwich. However, some readers may not want to revisit Thanksgiving so quickly. Since 18

WICKENBURG SUN - 2017-11-22 15:00:19

Boogie Stomp presents lively treat

More than 200 music-lovers attended the most recent installment of the Friends of Music concert series last Sunday. Musicians Bob Baldori and Arthur Migliazza entertained the large crowd with boogie-woogie piano mixes as part of the nationwide tour, which runs from New York to Arizona. The pair ente

WICKENBURG SUN - 2017-11-22 15:00:17

Inside look at Valley rehab center that's hosted several Hollywood celebrities

WICKENBURG, AZ - Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey, two big Hollywood names, have traded the bright lights of Tinsel Town for rooms at The Meadows. A rehab facility with locations in Wickenburg and North Scottsdale. "No one comes into treatment for the most part wanting to be here," explained Sean

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Congress students go out to eat healthy

Reporter/Photographer In an effort to get more involved in the community, Congress Elementary School's kindergarten -second grade classes visited Nichols West last week for a lesson on nutrition. The teachers have been working with Yavapai County Community Health Services to teach students about nut

WICKENBURG SUN - 2017-11-22 15:00:30

So many want to adopt this husky pup, county says you'll need to apply

Embed x Share CLOSE HUMANKIND: ACTS OF KINDNESS Teen holds back tears as teacher tells him he is graduating | 0:44 High school senior Jamias didn't think he would graduate. His special education teacher, Ms. Wimbish, never gave up on him. HUMANKIND 1 of 9 Skip in Skip x Embed x Share CLOSE HUMANKIN

AZCENTRAL - 2017-11-22 22:32:53

Two arrested on drug charges

BULLHEAD CITY - Two people have been arrested in connection with a recent drug search warrant, authorities announced Tuesday. Arizona Department of Public Safety Gang & Immigration Intelligence Team Enforcement Mission detectives reportedly learned Nov. 15 that Chase Robert Salveson, 46, was selling

MOHAVE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-22 07:01:00

California man killed in wreck

NEEDLES - A California man died Sunday night after suffering injuries in a head-on vehicle collision on Needles Highway near the Nevada-California state line. Avetis Karamusan, 65, of Canyon Country, was taken to Valley View Medical Center in Fort Mohave, where he later died, said Officer Joseph Med

MOHAVE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-23 07:39:00

CAP mission driving effort to secure water rights

BULLHEAD CITY - Mohave County is the latest target in Central Arizona Project's statutory mission to secure the water future of Phoenix and Tucson. "Our program has been structured in a way to acquire a variety of different kinds of water supplies for a couple of purposes," said Perri Benemelis, Cen

MOHAVE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-23 07:32:00

Needles man charged with assaulting cellmate

KINGMAN -A Needles man, already in custody at the Mohave County Jail for his alleged role in a Bullhead City opioid ring, is facing another charge after allegedly assaulting his cellmate Monday night. Gaven Timothy Robel, 25, of Needles, was charged with aggravated assault. Additional charges may be

MOHAVE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-23 07:40:00