News article

"Bigger is Better"

TILT's Founder, Ken Deedy, once said that “when it comes to preserving habitat, the rule of thumb is ‘bigger is better.'"

Volume 16, Issue 2, February 2021
Aliana Young

Save The River’s 2021 Friends of the River Award

Every winter Save The River awards its Friends of the River Award to people who have made significant contributions. This year's recipients were Susie Smith and STR teachers

Volume 16, Issue 2, February 2021
John Peach

Withington's 2020 Review

The first major event was the structure fire at Tennis Island in June.

Volume 16, Issue 1, January 2021
Richard L. Withington

STR Reimagines Education

COVID-19 may have cancelled STRs On the Water and In the Schools programs... but not for long. See how they are reimaging education.

Volume 15, Issue 12, December 2020
John Peach & Lauren Eggelston

First Annual Trash Free River Cleanup!

90 volunteers helped STR haul more than three dump truck loads of plastic and trash from the River bottom and shoreline.

Volume 15, Issue 11, November 2020
John Peach

Gato Diablo

Did you know Gato Diablo specialty Coffee Roasters is right here in Cape Vincent...

Volume 15, Issue 9, September 2020
Kristie Stumpf Rork

TI Life News in July '20

Border, Masks, COVID-19, Ships colliding, Past comments... and lots of stories... Yes, July may be quiet on the River, but lots to tell you about.

Volume 15, Issue 7, July 2020
Susan W. Smith

Ferry Boats: "James W. Curran" and "John A. McPhail" Lost at Sea

The mate grabbed the brake wheel and started leaning on it. “Billy!” he yelled above the din, “Tell the skipper to back down! We’re gonn’a lose ...”

Volume 15, Issue 6, June 2020
Brian Johnson

NNYCF Making a Difference

Who is stepping up and helping when some can’t help themselves? The answer is, of course, the Northern New York Community Foundation

Volume 15, Issue 6, June 2020
Susan W. Smith

Quick Guide to Tracking Ships on the Seaway

A quick guide has been put together to outline how you can find and navigate the ship tracking system on your own,

Volume 15, Issue 5, May 2020
Michael Folsom

Seaworthy Spring Rolls from the River Gal's Galley

FACT#10 I have a new springtime recipe to share, named SEAWORTHY SPRING ROLLS!

Volume 15, Issue 5, May 2020
Nicole Hartshorn

COVID Hell or High Water?, Canadian Property Tax Discussion

...Paying less tax because the cottage or business has been damaged or made unsaleable by flooding is a small consolation.

Volume 15, Issue 4, April 2020
Peter VanSickle

COVID-19 & High Water - US Property Tax Discussion - April 2020

What are the ramifications for challenging your US property taxes during the peak of the pandemic and high water?

Volume 15, Issue 4, April 2020
Mike Franklin

Supporting Those We Appreciate

All non-profits need our financial and moral support so when the time comes and you can see that light at the end of the tunnel, please contact your friends here, those who work so hard to make our communities special.

Volume 15, Issue 4, April 2020
Susan W. Smith

February 2020 News & Photographs

News, Photographs, Water levels Petition and Lorraine Payette - all featured for our February issue.

Volume 15, Issue 2, February 2020
Susan W. Smith

2019 Seaway Recap

With high water levels on Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River, the 2019 navigation season caused for much discussion and arguments

News article
Michael Folsom

River Emergencies

We all see our fireboat, the Last Chance resting quietly at the pier, and it is easy to assume that it rarely leaves the dock. But that is not the case. This article gives a 2019 review.

Volume 15, Issue 2, February 2020
Richard L. Withington

How Do You See Back Issues?

Can I look up an article written by a particular author (there are over 300 of them)? 2. What about looking up an article by topic? 3. Will Google find an article for me?

Volume 15, Issue 2, February 2020
Susan W. Smith