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SCHROON LAKE | The Schroon Lake Association held its annual “State of the Town and State of the Lake” meeting at the Schroon Lake Central School auditorium recently. The summer’s end gathering of local officials and experts invested in the Schroon... Read more

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KEENE VALLEY | When the Northway was chiseled into the Adirondack wilderness a half-century ago, something material changed. The influx of cars and tourists put pressures on the woods that had not been there before. Read more

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MINERVA | Around 60 people gathered at the Minerva Town Hall and Senior Center Aug. 13 to listen to propositions to change the current volunteer EMS and fire squad system that serves the ever-aging population of Minerva and surrounding Adirondack... Read more

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PLATTSBURGH | Representatives from the Adirondack Region Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) Coalition said they recently completed a successful income tax assistance program that proved beneficial for many low- to moderate-income people... Read more

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I live on a dead end road in the town of Horicon. The road has not been paved since the original paving very long ago. Read more

Letters to the Editor

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SCHROON LAKE | Eric Bright is someone who not only plays guitar, but he makes them out of logs found in places such as Schroon Lake and the Hudson River. Read more

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LAKE GEORGE | The Adirondack Wine & Food Festival returns to Lake George Village this weekend with food and wine sampling, the official launch of the Adirondack Craft Beverage Trail, cooking demonstrations by celebrity chef William Cornelius... Read more

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ADIRONDACK | A little over four years ago, Edna Trumble’s husband of 33 years, Ande died, and she found herself alone. Read more

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BRANT LAKE — The Town of Horicon is continuing to post a “Notice of Non-Potability” on the town’s website, warning residents and visitors the state Department of Health is strongly recommending people not drink water from the “Watering Tub.” Read more

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BRANT LAKE — For the fourth year in a row, the Hub will be raising money for Hudson Headwaters by sponsoring “Ride for the Well of It” on Saturday, June 17. Read more

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ESSEX – Throughout last week, College For Every Student connected rural students to a series of learning experiences and career resources in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Read more

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POTTERSVILLE — Patriotism flourished May 30 in northern Warren County as the municipalities of Chester, Horicon, Pottersville and Adirondack celebrated Memorial Day. Read more

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CHESTERTOWN — Hundreds of residents in northern Warren County have been helped through tough times by a local independent organization, which is now seeking donations as well as trying to get connected with more families in need. Read more

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ADIRONDACK — “We are tougher (Brother)/Than you can put us to’t” (The Winter’s Tale). There’s no more apt line to describe the resilience of the Adirondack Shakespeare. Read more

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Young athletes from Northern Warren County competed last weekend in the Pitch, Hit & Run competition sponsored by Major League Baseball — and the winners are now poised to compete in a regional contest in Syracuse. Read more

Sports

A children's educational day camp held in an old schoolhouse in the hamlet of Adirondack has been hailed by parents, but volunteers who rehabilitated the structure as a community center aired a grievance with the Horicon Town Board that the summer school's use of the structure is hampering its use by civic groups. Read more

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A children's educational day camp held in an old schoolhouse in the hamlet of Adirondack has been hailed by parents, but volunteers who rehabilitated the structure as a community center aired a grievance with the Horicon Town Board that the summer school's use of the structure is hampering its use by civic groups. Read more

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Mark and Brenda Carpenter of Adirondack are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Sarah Marie Carpenter, to Timothy Patrick Latchford, son of Jack and KC Latchford of Chestertown. Read more

Public Notices

The East Shore Schroon Lake Association recently hosted 13 students and their chaperones from the West Michigan Academy of Environmental Science. Read more

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On Saturday, Aug. 13, the quiet hamlet of Adirondack on the east shore of Schroon Lake will be bustling with people, as dozens of families will be offering household goods, tools, crafts, and collectibles for sale in Adirondack’s annual community yard sale. Read more

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