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WARREN COUNTY | Spooktacular activities are taking place in the next nine days in northern Warren County, as Halloween festivities are held and children are likely to be decked out in creative costumes for the events in each town. more

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When we are finally alone in the voting booth, what comes to mind just before we make our marks? more

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HORICON | As many as 2,000 plastic ducks will wobble their way through the sluiceway of the Brant Lake Mill Pond’s upper dam this Saturday swimming downstream to a finish line. more

The Sun

I love reading newspapers, everyday and especially on Sundays. more

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BRANT LAKE | Bicyclists of all ages and skill levels are invited to join a two-wheeled trip with a historical aspect this weekend through the scenic landscape of northern Warren County. more

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CHESTERTOWN | The exuberance, swagger and style of the Roaring Twenties will be celebrated in northern Warren County this weekend, as Rum-Runners’ Weekend returns with an array of activities planned for Friday Sept. 14 and Saturday Sept. 15. more

The Sun

Lorraine Duvall of Keene, thank you for being bold and humble enough to describe your change of heart in your letter to the editor published in the Aug. 11 issue. more

Letters to the Editor

QUEENSBURY | The charges continue to mount against Dylan T. Stolz, the suspect named in sexual abuse crimes in Brant Lake who remains free on a $200,000 bond. more

The Sun

BRANT LAKE | The Long Island teacher who is accused of sexually abusing five boys while working summers as a camp counselor posted an additional $100,000 bail bond to remain free last Thursday. more

The Sun

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CHESTERTOWN | The North Creek Business Alliance and Tri-Lakes Business Alliance decided it’s better to cruise together rather than go solo for their weekly Cruise Nights this summer. more

The Sun

BRANT LAKE | The New York State Police arrested a Long Island man who has been working as a summer camp counselor for 33 years, charging him with five counts of first degree sexual abuse. more

The Sun

QUEENSBURY | Patriotism, picnics, parades, festivals, fireworks and family fun will be prominent throughout the southeastern Adirondacks this week, as Fourth of July celebrations and other events are held with a hospitable hometown spirit. more

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Christopher South

CHESTERTOWN | When Theresa Andrew was a young girl, she spent most summers at her family’s camp in Newcomb. more

The Sun

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HORICON | The level of Mill Pond in Horicon was lowered about four feet last week to allow the county to perform an engineering assessment of the dam between the pond and Brant Lake. more

The Sun

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BRANT LAKE | A new mountain-bike park — believed to be the first of its kind in the region — is being launched this weekend with a Grand Opening celebration, and all are invited. more

The Sun

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CHESTERTOWN | The Chestertown Meal Site is looking for volunteer drivers to deliver meals to senior citizens in the Chestertown area, said Linda Lewis, the meal site’s manager. more

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WARRENSBURG | National pride and patriotism will take center stage across northern Warren County this weekend, as local citizens and area visitors unite to celebrate Memorial Day with parades and ceremonies. more

The Sun

Deadly viruses can kill. If delivered to others, it can kill others. If spread to large populations, it can kill massively. more

Letters to the Editor

I commend Raynard Corrow for standing up for common sense and what is leading to the spike in violence that we see today. more

Letters to the Editor

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