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Our flag stands for many things. The white stripes represent purity and innocence, the red are for valor and hardiness. The stars stand for each of the states that go to make up one country, indivisible, and the blue signifies diligence, perseverance and justice. During Memorial Day it also serves as a reminder of the men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice so that our flag may still wave.

 

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Memorial Day remembrance events are scheduled

Tuesday, May 19, 2015 - Updated: 10:08 AM

The annual American Legion Memorial Day Parade in Old Forge will begin at 10 a.m., on Monday, May 25. Those marching in the parade include the Covey-Pashley American Legion Post 893, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9314, the Old For ...

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Memorial Day weekend full of family fun events

Tuesday, May 19, 2015 - Updated: 10:08 AM

Old Forge will host the inaugural Red, White and Blue “Spring Into Summer” family festival Memorial Day Weekend, May 22-25. Friday, Saturday and Sunday are filled with activities and entertainment for the entire family ...

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Board supports shuttle program despite cost increase

Tuesday, May 19, 2015 - Updated: 10:08 AM

By MEGAN ULRICH Express News Staff  The Town of Webb Board held its regular monthly meeting at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, May 12, at the Town Offices. ––Nick Rose reported that there has been a significant increase in cos ...

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Annual Neighbor Day coming up at View

Tuesday, May 19, 2015 - Updated: 10:08 AM

View will host its annual Neighbor Day from noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday, June 7. This is an opportunity to discover or rediscover everything that View has to offer. View hosts local and national exhibits, performances, workshops and ...

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Eskimo Strong bracelets will raise funds and bring awareness

Tuesday, May 19, 2015 - Updated: 10:08 AM

By MEGAN ULRICH Express News Staff The Town of Webb School Eskimos are a tight group; whether sports teammates, neighborhood pals or classmates, they stick together. If there is a common goal, it’s a given that the Eskimos, ...

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Students win awards at art show

Tuesday, May 19, 2015 - Updated: 10:28 AM

By Robert Fountain, Art instructor, TOW school It is with excitement that I inform you of the awards Town of Webb Union Free School District art students have recently received at the 32nd annual Tri-County Art Show at the Dulles ...

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Sports

Sports reports

By Dave Clark

Girls track
The girls' varsity track team opened their week of action with a meet at Remsen last Monday, May 11, with Poland also participating. They got in a couple of events before rain and lightning put an end to ...

A long story short

By Mart Allen

Memories of mentors
My first mentor had to be my great-grandfather Allen. I never realized it until years after he had passed on and I became a man. Long before most people ever know what a mentor is they are attracted to an older person who commands their attention.
My earliest conscious years were the thirties and children had very little of the entertainment outlets today’s children have to occupy their time. The same was true for my great-grandfather who was in his late ...

Viewpoints

No trailer parking available causes concern

To the editor
My husband and I drove past the parking lot where we have stored our boat trailer for years during the summer. We noticed it is blocked off with large rocks and there are no parking signs posted there. This was done before the summer residents arrive.  
This is typical of the town to close this parking area without anyone knowing about it. We would like to know why and who came up with this not so brilliant idea. As tax payers we deserve an answer. We have paid school taxes an ...

Police Reports

Town of Webb Police reports

—On Friday, April 3, at approximately 1:04 p.m., Town of Webb Police arrested Clint E. Kadaronak, 36, of Johnson City. He was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation second degree and consumption of alcohol in a motor vehicle. Kadaronak was arraigned in the Town of Inlet Court and remanded to the Hamilton County jail in lieu of $600 bail.
—On Friday, April 3, at approximately 1:04 p.m., Town of Webb Police arrested Mark E. Stearns, 46, of Glen Aubrey. He was charged with unlawfu ...

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· Eskimo Strong bracelets will raise funds and bring awareness

  Tuesday, May 19, 2015 - Updated: 10:08 AM

  By MEGAN ULRICH Express News Staff T ...

· Students win awards at art show

  Tuesday, May 19, 2015 - Updated: 10:28 AM

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· June hikes with naturalist Gary Lee

  Tuesday, May 19, 2015 - Updated: 2:32 AM

  Come join Gary Lee, naturalist and a ...

· June hikes with naturalist Gary Lee

  Tuesday, May 19, 2015 - Updated: 2:32 AM

  Come join Gary Lee, naturalist and a ...

· No trailer parking available causes concern

  Tuesday, May 19, 2015 - Updated: 2:27 AM

  To the editor My husband and I drove ...

· Meet Me at the Library Gazebo at 5 program features the Tracys

  Tuesday, May 19, 2015 - Updated: 2:25 AM

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