Monday, January 29

Kenneth Neil Ingersoll

September 10, 1937 ~ January 22, 2024

Kenneth Neil Ingersoll, age 86, passed away on January 22, 2024, after a brief illness. Kenneth was born September 10, 1937, to Norman and Elvira Ingersoll, formerly of Deansboro, NY. He graduated from Waterville Central School, attended the University of Maine at Orono and served in the United States Navy for four years. Kenneth graduated from Mohawk Valley Community College with a degree in Banking and Insurance and after that worked at his father’s chemical transportation company, Glenor Carting Inc. of Deansboro, NY. He married Ann Dudley Fleischmann on July 9, 1966. They lived most of their married life in Waterville, NY and raised two children, Suzanne Ingersoll Burrows of Washington, DC. and Barbara Ingersoll Foley of Madison, AL. Kenneth was devoted to his family, including his son-in-law Robert G. Burrows of Washington, DC. and four grandchildren – Kenneth P. Foley and Michael S. Foley Jr. both of Madison, AL., Nathaniel R. Burrows of Rennes, France and Abigail D. Burrows of New York, NY. He was active in the United Methodist Church of Waterville. Kenneth was known for his gentle spirit, his calm demeanor, and his compassionate disposition. Kenneth is survived by his wife of 57 years, Ann, his daughters, his grandchildren, his siblings Richard Wilford Ingersoll of Williamsville, NY and Donna Ingersoll Morelle of West Winfield, NY, and other beloved family members.



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Food Bank of CNY January Food Sense Menu:

Waterville First:

Thanks to all who came out to the Downtown Revitalization Initiative Grant meeting. Stay tuned for more!

Waterville American Legion:

Waterville United Methodist Church:

Waterville AYSO Region 492:

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

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Barton Hose Company:

Sangerfield Democratic Committee:

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Oriskany Falls Fire Department:

Last evening, the Oriskany Falls Volunteer Fire Department held our Biennial Banquet at the Skenandoa Golf Club in Clinton. The following individuals were recognized by the Firefighter of the Year Committee for their outstanding contributions and dedication to our department over the past 2 years. Congratulations to all of them on their WELL-DESERVED awards.

2022 Firefighter of the Year: Lieutenant Matthew Bowie

2023 Firefighters of the Year: Lieutenant Rob Crane and Ray Crane

Multiple length of service and top 10 responder awards were presented along with Unit Citations for a unique rescue at the Hanson Quarry and a lifesaving rescue of an individual overcome by carbon monoxide.

Oneida County Sheriff Deputy Ben Petrie presented Appreciation Plaques and Honorary Credentials to James Dowd and Reed Clair for 50 years of service, and to Robin Johnson and Ted Legacy for 55 years of service respectively. Garry Johnson with 54 years of service was absent. These individuals were also recognized by the Oneida County Volunteer Firefighter’s Association for their years of service.

Lastly, the Medals Committee presented the prestigious President’s Medal to Deputy Chief James Dowd for his dedication, commitment, and unwavering loyalty to our organization and community.

Congratulations to ALL

American Red Cross:

Donor Incentive: All who come to give Jan. 1-31 will automatically be entered for a chance to win an exciting trip for two to Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas! Includes travel, hotel, $1,000 gift card, pre-game activities, and more!

Mohawk Valley Astronomical Society:

Cornell Cooperative Extension:

U.S. Baseball Hall of Fame elects first members

“On January 29, 1936, the U.S. Baseball Hall of Fame elects its first members in Cooperstown, New York: Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth, Honus Wagner, Christy Matthewson and Walter Johnson. The Hall of Fame actually had its beginnings in 1935, when plans were made to build a museum devoted to baseball and its 100-year history. A private organization based in Cooperstown called the Clark Foundation thought that establishing the Baseball Hall of Fame in their city would help to reinvigorate the area’s Depression-ravaged economy by attracting tourists. To help sell the idea, the foundation advanced the idea that U.S. Civil War hero Abner Doubleday invented baseball in Cooperstown. The story proved to be phony, but baseball officials, eager to capitalize on the marketing and publicity potential of a museum to honor the game’s greats, gave their support to the project anyway.”

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A look back in the Village from 2013!


The price of gas today.
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