Century-old Ti — Soldier buried on Memorial Day

  • International Paper Co. on May 28 made a new offer to the company’s unionized workers that had been on strike, including at its Ticonderoga mill, since May 1.
  • Three long-standing trees, two elms and a poplar, were removed in preparation for construction of the new Knights of Columbus Hall.
  • A new 8.02-mile road to be constructed from Ticonderoga to Hague was estimated to cost $385,300 — the equivalent of nearly $5.9 million in 2021 dollars.
  • The Ticonderoga High School track team, with 26 points, placed third in the annual regional track meet at Silver Bay.
  • Youth at Ticonderoga Baptist Church were learning about serving — pun intended.
  • June 3 was “Send-A-Bundle-Day” in Ticonderoga.
  • Mrs. F. L. Brust donated canned fruit and pickles to Moses-Ludington Hospital.

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Freelance history writer and documentary film producer from Ticonderoga, NY

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