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ATHOL | Al Mundy leaned against the kitchen sink in the Thurman town hall, watching fellow volunteers serve up portions of hearty food for dozens of people during the town’s legendary Jack Wax Party held Saturday, March 10. more

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THURMAN | It’s March, and Thurman maple producers have shifted into high gear. more

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PLATTSBURGH – Members of the Country Kids 4H Club recently participated in the Plattsburgh Relay for Life at the Clinton County Fairgrounds. more

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PLATTSBURGH — Giving back to the community means everything for six local seniors. more

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TICONDEROGA — A cancer awareness event and fundraiser for the American Cancer Society and Ronald McDonald House in Burlington is coming up in Ticonderoga. more

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Around 40 volunteers energetically stepped forward to support all aspects of the annual Jack Wax Party, our decades-old town cancer fundraiser, on March 11. more

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THURMAN — Area residents and visitors will be getting a taste of time-honored rural culture this weekend as they visit farms and a sawmill during the annual Thurman Maple Days. more

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We’d like to draw your attention this week to a somewhat taboo issue  — but shouldn’t be. more

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Annual event slated for June 17 at Clinton County Fairgrounds more

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THURMAN — With the sap in maple trees across the southern Adirondacks beginning to run, sugar-bush owners  are firing up their evaporators to produce maple syrup — just in time for Thurman Maple Days. more

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THURMAN — A campaign is now underway to enlist volunteers and raise money to pay costs of hosting the town’s beloved annual Jack Wax party, after the state Health Department has banned the practice of serving homemade dishes. more

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WADHAMS — Can you hear me now? more

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ATHOL — Town supervisor Evelyn Wood and councilman Jey Youngblood resigned this week, leaving three board members — Mike Eddy, Cynthia Hyde and Kathy Templeton — to manage and conduct town business on their own. more

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It all started as one man walking around a track in Tacoma, Washington in 1985. Now it has transformed into the world’s largest and most impactful fundraising event to end cancer. more

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ATHOL — Thurman’s 2016 Jack Wax party held recently had several new aspects this year — it accommodated the crowd more efficiently and had a wider variety of appetizing food for its 57th annual edition, attendees and organizers said. more

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THURMAN — The Thurman Maple Days got off to a bustling start, with all sites reporting that they were busy, some with record-breaking numbers of guests. more

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PLATTSBURGH — It started as a routine gynecological visit for Theresa Kempisty. But a digital exam revealed an abnormality that turned out to be colon cancer. more

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ATHOL — For generations, the annual Thurman Jack Wax Party has attracted hundreds of people from near and far to enjoy convivial socializing, hearty food and traditional mountain music while raising money for a purpose close to their hearts... more

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