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I would like to thank Regina Monthony, the Town of Warrensburg and the staff at Gore Mountain for providing an affordable opportunity for our local youth to learn to ski. more

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If you own it, you better take care of it or it will fade away. more

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LAKE GEORGE | With fanfare and plenty of praise, dozens of Lake George High School students, their parents, teachers, coaches and school administrators celebrated the varsity boys basketball team’s recent state Class C Championship. more

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NORTH RIVER | The Warren County Department of Public Works is trying to shore up a slope along 13th Lake Road in North River to stop large rocks from falling onto the roadway. more

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WARRENSBURG | With a memorial scholarship fundraiser approaching for beloved Warrensburg Central School teacher and coach Mary ann Bump, her former students and fellow teachers talked about her character and the positive impact she had on their lives more

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The U. S. Census Bureau announced a milestone that we should all take note of recently. In 2030, a mere 12 years from now, senior citizens will for the first time outnumber the children in this country. more

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bolton | When contacted on Thursday to ask about damage from high winds, April 4 and 5, Horicon Supervisor Matt Simpson said things were under control in Horicon, but Bolton Landing was without power. more

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LAKE GEORGE | Members from the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA), which makes its home in the Shire of Glenn Linn, mingled with more “modern” characters at the “Battles and Beverages” event at the Fort William Henry Museum in Lake George last... more

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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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QUEENSBURY | The chief executive of Saratoga & North Creek Railway has threatened to discontinue the train service soon between the two municipalities unless he and his associates are paid millions of dollars for the 30-mile stretch of track they... more

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Unless you can tell it’s a check inside the envelope, a letter from the IRS strikes fear in most Americans. more

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JOHNSBURG | The Ski Bowl Garden is seeking two summer interns to help with the Ski Bowl Garden and other beautification projects in town. more

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QUEENSBURY | Construction has begun on the Adirondack Welcome Center along the Adirondack Northway (I-87) in Queensbury, Warren County. more

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QUEENSBURY | Three new top executives in Warren County government were named March 16 — and one resignation was announced — as county supervisors held their monthly meeting. more

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NORTH CREEK | North Country Ministry’s annual spring gala will take place Friday, April 20 at the Fort William Henry Hotel and Conference Center in Lake George. more

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INDIAN LAKE | The student body at Indian Lake Central School has been busy painting a mural in the high school hallway on the second floor. more

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JOHNSBURG | The Town of Johnsburg has accepted from the Open Space Institute a 227-acre parcel known as Mill Creek/Sullivan’s Island. more

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LAKE GEORGE | The idea of stationing armed police officers in area schools gained momentum recently as dozens of area school leaders met with local law enforcement officials to discuss school safety. more

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CHESTERTOWN | The Chester Town Board is considering whether it should hire a new Loon Lake constable, who is a peace officer with the power to enforce the law, or just hire someone to educate the public on boater safety. more

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