Thursday, February 10, 2011

It's Garbage Day again!

It's 12.4 degrees and cloudy, at 6:45, but...

it's getting light out!


The WKTV forecast: "Lake effect snow warning in effect for Oneida and Lewis County for today.

A band of lake effect snow continues to march south into Oneida county this morning. The heaviest bands will stay closer to the lake shore in Oswego and Western Oneida County. Still, briefly heavy snow showers and squalls are possible across Central Oneida County. A quick couple of inches are possible in these areas. Outside of the lake band, some clouds and a few peaks of sunshine. The lake band moves back to the north late this morning bringing the snow to an end.

Partly cloudy skies tonight with temperatures falling below zero in many areas. Another cold afternoon on Friday with a mix of sunshine and clouds.

A series of fast moving weak clipper systems will bring an opportunity for snow on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. An inch or two of snow are possible each of these days.

Mild weather expected by late next week, with temperatures climbing above freezing."


But there's good news!

From the Christian Science Monitor: About this winter weather!
"Snow storm routine getting old? No worries, the groundhog got it right. The weather pattern that sent snow storm after snow storm across the US is breaking down, leading to forecasts of one of the biggest snow meltdowns 'we have ever seen.' " (Read further. It'll make you smile!)


The question was: "Where did the sign go?"

According to Village Clerk-Treasurer Brenda Knoeller, "the DPW found it lying on the ground and have brought it back to the Village barn. They'll put it back in place when the snow's all gone."


It was fairly cold, yesterday, and the street of Waterville were pretty bare. One person who can always be found working SOMEwhere is Kevin Kelley, and he was shoveling snow off the porch of the Burback residence on Sanger Avenue.

The Sangerfield Highway Department had pushed back snowbanks all along
Brothertown Road South.

I wonder if LOOKING at pictures of snow is as tiresome as taking them is?

I went to Alcotts for a change of scenery!


African Violets!


Westmoreland 76, Waterville 61
Waterville 12 12 18 19 — 61
Westmoreland 12 25 17 22 — 76
Waterville (5-4, 9-6): Derek Schmidt 11, Jacob Murray 5, Jared Henderson 30, Jordan Henderson 8, Pat Zenon 2, Greg Elliott 5. Totals: 20-12-61.
Westmoreland (8-1, 9-6): Dan Smith 8, Marvin Sherman 29, Ryan Mathis 4, Ted Flint 5, Jason Colburn 28, Tyler Witter 2. Totals: 27-15-76.
3-point goals: Waterville 9 (Schmidt 2, Ja. Henderson 6, Jo. Henderson); Westmoreland 7 (Sherman 5, Colburn 2).

"NY gas drilling draft rules expected in June" by the Associated Press via WKTV.



Yes: Dr. Chabot & Co. are moving - but NOT out of Waterville!

The Barton Medical Building on West Main Street belongs to the Community Memorial Hospital in Hamilton, and they have other plans for Dr. Chabot’s current office space.

There is no exact time frame for the move, but one thing is quite certain; it won't be very far!


Village Elections will take place on March 15.

Mayor James Younes WILL run for another term. He is running unopposed, as are incumbent Trustee candidates Thomas McNamara and Bruce Treen.




Thursday, Friday and Saturday Games on Digital Sports.


at the Deansboro Fire House!


All-you-can-eat Omelet Station, too!


The Waterville Methodist Church Youth
Valentine Treat Sale at Food King
beginning at 10:00 A.M.



Saturday is Abraham Lincoln's Birthday



Sunday, 11:00 - 4:00



Have a Great Weekend, Everyone!

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