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JAY | New York Times best-selling author Tim Rowland’s newest book confirms what many have suspected: politics is a weird business. Read more

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LAKE GEORGE | The 2019 Lake George Jazz Weekend, considered one of the premier festivals of its kind nationally, will be featuring a lineup of internationally acclaimed musicians when it returns to the village Saturday Sept. 14 and Sunday Sept. 15... Read more

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NORTH CREEK | A graveyard walk, a radio re-enactment of a stagecoach robbery and a presentation of personalities from the past are featured in the fourth annual Johnsburg History Days celebration, set primarily for Friday Sept. 6 through Sunday... Read more

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The first Democrat presidential debates for 2020 have been announced, and it sounds more like a 2-card, free-for-all mud wrestling event than a professional interview process for selecting the party’s ultimate candidate. Read more

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Just last week, the ‘smart money’ in Montpelier was saying the ‘tax and regulate’ marijuana legalization train couldn’t be stopped. No matter how many real-life problems were raised, the momentum was said to be unstoppable. Read more

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MIDDLEBURY | Frank Bruni, an op-ed columnist for the New York Times, discussed the effects of identity politics and the importance of free speech in a free lecture on Jan. 9, at 7 p.m., in Wilson Hall... Read more

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Six months after a pair of tariffs imposed by the Trump administration raised Canadian newsprint imports prices by roughly 30 percent, the ill-advised policies have begun to extract some scalps. Read more



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We used to get an endorphin rush from watching likes, follows and shares stream in on social media. Read more

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The second presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton on Oct. 9 was among the most dark and dreary we’ve ever seen, and we admit we were sitting on the edge of our seats for the first 15 minutes watching this surreal spectacle. Read more

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