Monday, February 12

Vivienne G. McCoach

August 22, 1929  ~  February 9, 2024

Vivienne G. McCoach, 94, of Hubbardsville, passed away, on Friday, February 9, 2024, at Community Memorial Hospital, in Hamilton. Vivienne was born August 22, 1929, in Algonac, Michigan, the daughter of the late Herbert G. and Vivienne (Romain) Gerding. She was a 1947 graduate of Rumson High School in Rumson, NJ. On April 5, 1953, in Middletown, NJ, she was united in marriage with Donald S. McCoach, this April would have been their 71st wedding Anniversary celebrated together. Vivienne worked as a secretary for AT&T Bells Labs, Holmdel, NJ, until her retirement in 1989. After retirement, Mr. and Mrs. McCoach moved to Hubbardsville, NY to spend time tending to the farm they purchased in 1985. She was highly involved in Scouts, serving 22 years as a registered Scout leader with Monmouth Council, Oakhurst, NJ, she was a den mother, and district commissioner, and received many training awards throughout her involvement. In 1974, Vivienne was awarded the District Award of Merit, in 1980, she received her Wood Badge Beads as a member of the Fox Patrol, in 1981 was selected Boy Scout Volunteer of the Year and in 1985, she was awarded the Silver Beaver by the Monmouth Council. Vivienne was also a long-time member of the Earlville Senior Citizen Center, having been their treasurer since 2003. Her dedication and involvement throughout the years to the organizations she was so passionate about were truly valued by those around her.



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Food Bank of CNY February Food Sense Menu:

Village of Waterville:

Do you have a veteran that you would like to honor? The Village of Waterville is now part of Mohawk Valley’s Home Town Heroes. For more information on the program and how to order a banner, go to Applications can also be picked up at the Village of Waterville Municipal Hall.

Waterville American Legion:

Waterville Agricultural Education Program:

Waterville FFA students in Albany for FFA lobby day. They learned about the govt process, heard from some of the “key players”, had their photo taken with Governor Hochul, and thanked our Assemblypersons and Senator for supporting Agricultural Education

Waterville Minor League Baseball- tee/coach pitch/minor:

Girl’s Softball Sign Ups:

Where: Waterville Library

When: Feb 15th, 2024 from 5-7 pm

Who: Waterville School District girl ages 9-12

Waterville United Methodist Church:

Thank you to everyone who entered and attended the Chilli cook-off today! Congratulations to Pastor Jim first place, Jared 2nd place, and Seth 3rd place.

Waterville AYSO Region 492:

Spring 2024 Registration is Open! Please register by April 1st. We are in need of coaches and referees!

Visit to register!

Barton Hose Company:

Deansboro Library and Reading Center:

Sangerfield Democratic Committee:

Mohawk Valley Astronomical Society:

Cornell Cooperative Extension:

Former Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic goes on trial for war crimes

“On February 12, 2002, former Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic goes on trial at The Hague, Netherlands, on charges of genocide and war crimes in Bosnia, Croatia and Kosovo. Milosevic served as his own attorney for much of the prolonged trial, which ended without a verdict when the so-called “Butcher of the Balkans” was found dead at age 64 from an apparent heart attack in his prison cell on March 11, 2006. Yugoslavia, consisting of Croatia, Montenegro, Slovenia, Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Macedonia, became a federal republic, headed by Communist leader Marshal Tito, on January 31, 1946. Tito died in May 1980 and Yugoslavia, along with communism, crumbled over the next decade.”

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“Here are a few old look-back pictures of Waterville’s past on Super Bowl Sunday.”


A gloomy Day on Main Street.

The Price of Gas Today.

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