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NORTH CREEK | Nearly two dozen northern Warren County residents Have revealed much more of themselves to their neighbors than ever before — in a campaign to benefit several charitable causes — in a calendar of near-naked local residents. Read more

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JOHNSBURG | New Johnsburg supervisor Andrea Hogan has broken with tradition and named someone not on the town board as her deputy town supervisor. Read more

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JOHNSBURG | Johnsburg Councilwoman Katie Nightingale let out a whoop of celebration last week when Acting Supervisor Gene Arsenault announced a resolution allowing Time Warner Cable TV to acquire Hamilton County Cable TV in Johnsburg. Read more

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JOHNSBURG | The Johnsburg Town Board has agreed pay half of a $35,000 salary for a future, full time executive director for Tannery Pond Read more

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JOHNSBURG | The Johnsburg Town Board passed the $4.5 million 2018 municipal budget Nov. 9 by a 3-0 vote. Read more

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JOHNSBURG | The Town of Johnsburg and the Olympic Region Development Authority (ORDA) have come to a 20-year agreement to allow the authority’s use a portion of the Ski Bowl Park for the cost of $1 plus services and other considerations. Read more

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JOHNSBURG | Johnsburg residents got another chance to hear from local candidates Oct. 24 as the Gore Region Chamber of Commerce sponsored a second candidates forum at the Tannery Pond Community Center. Read more

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JOHNSBURG | The Johnsburg Town Board election has a bit of a twist this time around, with incumbent Councilwoman Katie Nightingale running as an independent after she was beat out by Laurie Prescott Arnheiter in the Sept. 12 primary election. Read more

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JOHNSBURG | Former Johnsburg supervisor Sterling Goodspeed told the Johnsburg Town Board it should “think outside the box” in order to get a $15 million impact from expanded Gore Mountain project. Read more

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JOHNSBURG | As much as it would like to see an agreement with Olympic Regional Development Authority (ORDA) for the use of the Ski Bowl area, the Johnsburg Town Board said no to a proposal for in-kind payments for use of the town-owned park. Read more

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JOHNSBURG | Newcomer Laurie Prescott Arnheiter received 99 votes in the Sept. 12 Republican primary for Johnsburg Town Board member and will join top vote-getter Arnold Stevens (103 votes) as Republican candidates in the general election. Read more

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JOHNSBURG | Johnsburg town clerk Jo A. Smith said she would like it to be made clear that supervisor Ron Vanselow has been medically unable to work or attend town board meetings for most of the year. Read more

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JOHNSBURG | The Johnsburg Town Board voted to accept the bid of Kasselman Solar to install a solar array on the Town Hall/Town Library building. Read more

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QUEENSBURY — An early look at the field for local elections is coming into focus with the filing of designated party petitions in Warren County. Read more

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WEVERTOWN — Sewer Commission Chairman Matt Parobeck presented the Johnsburg Town Board last month with the engineer’s report containing options and the recommendation for a centralized wastewater system in the Hamlet of North Creek. Read more

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NORTH CREEK — The region’s premier whitewater derby event has reached a critical milestone this year. Read more

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    Gathering, fully clothed, at the ‘reveal’ party Sept. 29 for the Adirondack Exposure 2020 near-naked calendar are area citizens who posed for illustrations in this ‘cheesecake for charity’ fundraiser. The models autographed calendars for the dozens of people who attended and enjoyed the music of the local band Finger Diddle. Among the models at the party are: (front and middle rows, left to right): Katie Nightingale, Jeff Smith, Karen Hanley, Carolyn Bischoff, Marlene & Jay Forbes, and Nancy Beaudin; (rear): Andy Jackson, Greg Leigh, Geoff Merrett, Franky Jebb and Tom Badgley.