Autumn leaves of red and gold are this year’s story, nearly told. The trees now sleep, in dreams of glory, to awaken next Spring, with next year’s story. Daily temperatures get a little cooler each morning, and don’t get quite as high each afternoon. This past week saw a few days with highs in the […]
The first week of the New Year has been accompanied by mild temperatures, mostly in the teens and 20’s, but occasionally bumping up over the 30 mark, with a few bright and sunny days interspersed with a few days of fog and overcast to accommodate those who prefer gloomy conditions during the depths of winter. […]
Snow started on Monday, December 14 with a light dusting that turned to a light rain, then to ice and back to snow again, increasing gradually but steadily through Tuesday, December 15 and into Wednesday morning. Weather forecasts claimed that there would be 3 to 5 inches of the wet white stuff to move around […]
This week in The Rooster Crows: Rifle-hunting whitetail deer season ends; annual Open House held at The Old Parsonage; Jim & Mary Breker of Cayuga celebrate 65th wedding anniversary; 26th District Democratic-NPL Party fundraiser held in Lidgerwood; locals travel for the Thanksgiving holiday; and other area news.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Hunters head to Rutland for pheasant and duck; Farmers Inn Cafe reopens in Havana; American Legion members attend the 10th District Fall meeting and, additionally, meet to plan the pancake breakfast; news received of passing of Marjorie Alice (Bergman) Wohler; results of the Uffda Day Pedal Pull event; Sargent Central School holds sports co-op meeting and agrees to join with Oakes for 2016-17 sports; early trick or treating planned by the Rutland Raiders 4-H and American Legion Auxiliary; Rutland Community Club to discuss Uffda Day 2015 – and plan for 2016; Sargent County Ambulance to provided training on the AED in Rutland; and other area news.