World War II

Peace Poles, poles registered through The Peace Pole Project inscribed with "May Peace Prevail on Earth" in different languages, have been installed at both locations of the St. Kateri Tekakwitha Parish. Here Elaine Bair talks about how peace poles symbolize the oneness of humanity and the common wish for a world at peace.
Church members Ron Severson and Kris Rooney, are seen at center and right. (Marc Schultz/Gazette Photographer)

Parish joins global movement, plants peace poles

BY MICHAELA KILGALLEN For Your Niskayuna NISKAYUNA — May peace prevail on Earth. That is the message that St. Kateri Tekakwitha Parish and thousands of other organizations are spreading through The Peace Pole Project, a global peace initiative. The parish…

George Wallace salutes the flag

Veterans put a face to history

By REBECCA ISENHART Gazette Reporter NISKAYUNA — Students at Iroquois Middle School, dressed in patriotic red, white and blue, shared laughter and tears with six World War II veterans at the 18th annual Greatest Generation event on April 23. One student,…