The Daily Mining Gazette
Barbara J. KastamoBarbara was born at home on August 30, 1933, in Raymbaultown. She was the daugh
Barbara J. Kastamo
The Daily Mining Gazette / Posted yesterday
Barbara was born at home on August 30, 1933, in Raymbaultown. She was the daughter of the late Hans and Martha (Maatta) Aho. She graduated from Calumet High in 1951.
Barbara was married to James (Jimbo) Kastamo in 1952, in Calumet at the First... Read more
Walk-in clinic nearing realityChildren’s Mental Health Services is inching closer to its goal to open a new w
Walk-in clinic nearing reality
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 7 days ago
Children’s Mental Health Services is inching closer to its goal to open a new walk-in counselling clinic this fall.
On Thursday, executive director Susan Sweetman confirmed CMHS is now looking at opening doors to the walk-in clinic in... Read more
Fredericksburg Standard Radio Post
Harper to run in Ingram CC event after competing at FHSThe varsity girls and boys cross country teams from Harper High School captured
Harper to run in Ingram CC event after competing at FHS
Fredericksburg Standard Radio Post / Posted 15 days ago
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The varsity girls and boys cross country teams from Harper High School captured fifth and sixth places, respectively, in Saturday’s Fredericksburg Cross Country Invitational held at Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park.
Top runners in each division were... Read more
Dig in, seek out help, have hopeNo matter how dark one’s world may seem, one local woman is urging people to di
Dig in, seek out help, have hope
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 28 days ago
No matter how dark one’s world may seem, one local woman is urging people to dig in, seek out help and hold out hope. Thursday, Sept. 10, is World Suicide Prevention Day.
Since 2003, the day has served as a call to action to individuals and... Read more
Adirondack Daily Enterprise
Red Storm drive past PatsThat certainly wasn't the case Friday as the Red Storm opened their Champlain V
Red Storm drive past Pats
Adirondack Daily Enterprise / Posted 1 months ago
That certainly wasn't the case Friday as the Red Storm opened their Champlain Valley Conference season under the lights on the Patriots field. This time around, Saranac Lake had to rally twice to win in a game that went down to the wire.
Playing in... Read more