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ELIZABETHTOWN | Farm goods and local agricultural businesses set up stalls on the Essex County courtyard last week for annual Agriculture Day outreach. more

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WHITEHALL | Lavenlair Farm, which produces Lake George Lavender, has opened its Whitehall farm for tours for the 2018 season - but growing lavender wasn’t an immediate success in the North Country. more

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WESTPORT | Essex County leaders are looking to develop marketing tools to expand use of the Essex County Fairgrounds. more

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WESTPORT | Environmental Field Day last week brought hundreds of school kids to the Essex County Fairgrounds. more

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WARRENSBURG | Before investing a lot of time putting in a garden full of your favorite fruits and vegetables, home gardeners should check with the Cornell Cooperative Extension to see what grows best in the Adirondacks. more

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LAKE GEORGE | The Warren County Board of Supervisors is asking the state to double the appropriation for the Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) system from $4 million to $8 million per year. more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | AuSable Echoes 4-H Club member Conor Bushey was honored for exemplary volunteer service with a President’s Volunteer Service Award presented at an Essex County Board of Supervisors meeting. more

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RAY BROOK | The state Department of Environmental Conservation has begun a third year count of the Adirondack moose population. more

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ESSEX | A proposed series of cuisine trails in and around the northern Adirondacks has passed a major hurdle. more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | County lawmakers have authorized the relocation of county employees from the Cornell Cooperative Building in Westport to the Jehovah’s Witnesses Kingdom Hall in Lewis. more

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WESPORT — While several towns in Essex County received an early present from the state’s economic Santa Claus, others found a lump of coal in their stockings. more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | Essex County won big with the state Regional Economic Council Awards. more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | Essex County will pay $165,000 for the Jehovah’s Witnesses building in Lewis to be used for office space. more

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ELIZABETHTOWN |A county taskforce has proposed to lawmakers a spate of formal options to the Essex County Board of Supervisors regarding the future of the building. more

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An Essex County Board of Supervisors subcommittee tasked with detailing the fate of the county-owned CCE Building in Westport has released their long-awaited formal report. more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | The county’s fairgrounds subcommittee on Monday rolled out their long-awaited report on the ailing Cornell Cooperative Extension Building in Westport. more

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WESTPORT | While workers continue to bring new life to the WADA building in the heart of Westport, two more buildings in desperate need of repair — or even replacement — are on top of the town supervisor’s to-do list. more

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WESTPORT | Nerves are fraying in Westport over the fate of the CCE Building. more

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WESTPORT — For the 169th time, farmers, food and thrill seekers will come together for the Essex County Fair, held from Aug. 16-20 at the fairgrounds here. more

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WARRENSBURG — Within several weeks, the town of Warrensburg is likely to have a new town board member after the municipal council chose a local citizen to fill a vacant seat. more

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