May 30, 2014
Albany Times Union
No medical emergency in boat crash that killed builder
Prominent home builder and philanthropist John Michaels did not suffer a heart attack or other catastrophic medical emergency before he crashed his 21-foot powerboat into the Lake George shoreline last Friday night, and he died of massive internal injuries after he was thrown from the vessel, according to the coroner who performed an autopsy.
Hundreds attend wake of homebuilder John Michaels
Hundreds of people showed up Tuesday at the funeral wake for homebuilder John H. Michaels in Queensbury, New York, many waiting up to two hours in line outside on a hot afternoon to pay their respects to his family.
Going Back In Time
A variety of antique postcards, necklaces, comic books, children's toys and artifacts were put on display Saturday at Mayfield's Elementary School for the 16th annual Antique Show and Sale.
Peninsula Daily News
Skeleton found at Diamond Point, may be 200 years old
Investigators Tuesday were processing a site off Diamond Point Road where the skeletal remains of a Native American were found last month, Clallam County Sheriff Bill Benedict said.
Geary Gallery art exhibit ushers in spring and summer
"The Garden Door," one of the works by Marianne Kuhn, who will be exhibiting in "Spring and Summer: A Study in Contemporary Realism" at the Geary Gallery.