01-18-2018 “Back on the Rack” forced to find another home; Ellie Troyer crowned Miss Watervliet; Loc
A REAL LIFESAVER… Nicole Burrows of Bangor Township was honored at the December 11 Hartford Township Board meeting with a plaque presented by Hartford Fire Department Captain Mike Chappell, as (from the left) Chief Robby Harting looks on along with Firefighters Steven Fry and Brandywine Harting. Burrow is credited with saving the lives of Brenda Rodriquez and her 11-year-old son who were sleeping on the evening of December 3 when their residence at 65266 Red Arrow Highway caught fire. Burrows spotted the flames, ran to the door and pounded until she awakened the pair just as the house became totally engulfed in flames resulting in a total loss. “Nowadays the term hero gets thrown around too often for just about anything… but when an individual risks their own safety to save another… that indeed is a true hero…” said Chappell. See the Township meeting report on Page 3. (TCR photo by Jon Bisnett)
“Back on the Rack” forced to find another home
By Annette Christie Back on the Rack, the upscale, resale, consignment, and tuxedo rental shop on Main St. in the City of Watervliet will be re-locating to a new location due to being evicted by the building’s owner. Jennifer Moore, the owner of Back on the Rack, has been renting the space since 2012.
2018 MISS WATERVLIET… and her court (from the left): Miss Congeniality Courtney Little; Second Runner-up Zoe Smith; Miss Watervliet Ellie Troyer; and First Runner-up Livia Boughner. The contest was held Saturday night at the Watervliet High School Auditorium. (TCR photo by Annette Christie)
Ellie Troyer crowned Miss Watervliet
By Annette Christie The Watervliet Community Pageant was held Saturday, January 13 before a packed audience at the Watervliet High School Auditorium waiting to see who would be crowned Miss Watervliet for 2018. At the end of the event it was Ellie Troyer who took the crown. Ellie, 17, is a senior attending Watervliet High School. She is the daughter of Kendall and Julia Troyer. In school she is involved in Pep Band, Marching Band, and Science Olympiad. She has received the Daughters of the American Revolution Award, was a Girls State Attendee, and has achieved academic excellence all four years of high school. She is on the National Honors Society and is a co-president