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WARRENSBURG | The intermediate phase of Warrensburg Central School District’s multi-year, $11 million facilities renovation project is set to be accomplished by mid-September. Read more

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WARRENSBURG | Armed officers will soon be on duty in the local elementary and high schools, according to a decision reached last week by the Warrensburg Central School District Board of Education. Read more

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WARRENSBURG | During commencement exercises held June 28, graduating seniors of Warrensburg High School praised their teachers, parents and the area communities for their supportive, embracing spirit. Read more

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WARRENSBURG | A Warrensburg high school teacher beloved by hundreds of area residents for nurturing, challenging and mentoring students through their teenage years, passed away last week — and people of all ages shared their memories of her... Read more

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WARRENSBURG | With the full Warrensburg school board casting votes on May 13, the panel rejected a proposed resolution to hire two armed police officers to be on duty daily in the educational district’s two public schools. Read more

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WARRENSBURG | A proposed resolution to hire two armed police officers to be on duty daily in Warrensburg’s public schools failed to receive majority support from the Warrensburg school board at their monthly meeting held April 8. Read more

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WARRENSBURG | Impassioned pleas concerning whether or not to have armed law officers in Warrensburg’s two schools were voiced for about two hours March 25 by residents of the Warrensburg Central School District. Read more

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WARRENSBURG | A spirited debate is occurring in the Warrensburg Central School District community over whether or not police officers need to be stationed in the district’s two schools. Read more

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WARRENSBURG | Exhibiting a grim expression, Warren County Undersheriff Sean Lamouree looked toward dozens of faculty and staff members gathered in the cafeteria at Warrensburg High School. Read more

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QUEENSBURY | Students attending schools in Bolton and Lake George saw uniformed and armed school resource officers (SROs) patrolling the hallways when they returned to classes this week. Read 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. Read more

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WARRENSBURG — Students of Warrensburg High School saw their school district’s chief executive recently in a novel setting — they witnessed him taking on the role of a Ninja Warrior. Read more

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WARRENSBURG — The public vote on Warrensburg School District’s proposal for a $11 million capital improvement project — which includes converting an existing high school cafeteria to an auditorium — has been delayed to May 16. Read more

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WARRENSBURG — The fond dreams of many local advocates of the performing arts may become a reality if voters of the Warrensburg Central School District approve a capital project referendum set for 7 a.m. to 8p.m. Tuesday March 14. Read more

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WARRENSBURG — Officials of Warrensburg Central School District are seeking to renovate and upgrade their two schools, and they are seeking public input to determine the scope of the project. Read more

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WARRENSBURG — Nostalgia, gratitude and a dose of comedy accompanied the more customary advice contained in speeches delivered June 24 at Warrensburg High School’s 2016 graduation ceremony. Read more

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WARRENSBURG —When voters in May vote to approve the Warrensburg School District’s 2016-17 budget, they’ll be looking at no increase in spending or taxes, according to Superintendent John Goralski. Read more

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