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TI Life in March 2019

Days are getting longer, school breaks come and go, clocks move forward... sure signs this winter will end; I promise! But it is a good time to enjoy our new TI Life.

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Susan W. Smith

Island of Strong Women

It goes something like this. Back in the mid-18th century, two Irish girls were given the choice to either marry or become nuns.

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Lynn E. McElfresh

Sport and Spectacle - Speedboat Racing on the St. Lawrence

Speedboat racing provides sport and spectacle to boat enthusiasts worldwide. Alexandria Bay has been the site of many of the greatest racing events in speedboat history.

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Martha Grimes

Early Families of Westminster Park... The Twichell's

Funny thing about personal histories… the story belongs to the teller. Have you heard someone proclaim, “My great-grandfather was the best fishing guide...

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Linda Twichell

Cole Shoal Lighthouse the Irony and the Rebuild

On July 23, 2018 the Cole Shoal Lighthouse west of Brockville was struck by lightning during a fierce storm and rapidly burned to the water line.

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Michael Milne

Guinness Book of Records Try...

Ever wonder what goes into those “Guinness Book of Records – records. Clayton’s Greg Pepe knows first hand as this winter...

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Jeff Staples & Susan Smith

A Well-Rounded Perspective

Global warming might be a lot more fun if it came with a thermostat.

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Paul Hetzler

River Rogues, Chapter 1

The last thing Walter was thinking about when the dark shape came lurching out of the thick, cold early-morning fog was murder.

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John Lefevere

An Augustus Hinckley Story

The captain guided his boat by dead reckoning while his crew prayed. It was eight days before Christmas 1902, and the ship was en route from Cape Vincent to its home port, Oswego.

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Richard Palmer

Depth of Field:The Story Behind the Image "Pine Needles on Snow”

I made this photograph the afternoon of the spring equinox two years ago as I explored the Macsherry Trail.

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Chris Murray

"It's Hard to be a Tern" Video by Elaine Tack

...for twenty years I have been searching for a way to get across the importance of helping to restore the habitat of these ubiquitous water birds in the St. Lawrence River Valley.

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John Peach

Sudoku Puzzle #50 by Dan LeKander

Dan LeKander's 50th puzzle is difficult. You may learn the most when you tackle it yourself before looking at his solution!

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Dan LeKander

The Marina - Rita

Captain Tom’s favorite blender drink is a frozen treat I have named THE MARINA - RITA (and sadly is the only way I can get my husband to eat fruit)

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Nicole Hartshorn

Tennessee Street by Marilyn K. Neulieb

It is this frigid winter that makes me most recall Those sun-drenched summer days at Grandma’s most of all Oh, Tennessee Street,

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Marilyn K. Neulieb