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Our featured pet this week is ROONEY, a 6-year-old, high-energy, lots-of-love-to-spare male dog. Read more

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We are at a pivotal time for the children of the Ticonderoga Central School District. Read more

Letters to the Editor

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Share in a celebration of the renewed Knabe grand piano at the Elizabethtown Social Center! Read more

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Adirondack Park Not Bad For Business. Bunk! Read more

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In the case of William Langworthy, of Warrensburgh, against Roy J. Hosley, of Schroon Lake, in the Supreme Court at Lake George, a second trial in the case has been concluded. Read more

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National Poppy Day is Friday, May 24. Show your support by wearing a red poppy to honor all veterans who died in the name of liberty, freedom and democracy. Read more

Letters to the Editor

The Elizabethtown-Lewis Emergency Squad will be holding the first of two public forums on May 21 at 6 p.m. at the Lewis Congregational Church. Read more

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So I continue to marvel at just how gullible the Essex County government is in going with the so-called flow? Read more

Letters to the Editor

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The generations before us built our communities from the ground up. Whether they founded the local businesses we know and love, helped us find our passion in the classroom or passed on immeasurable knowledge, we owe them a great debt of gratitude. Read more

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When Medicare was first conceived in the early 1960s, the public was deeply divided and similar warnings were voiced. Read more

Letters to the Editor

PITTSFORD | The Rutland County Humane Society (RCHS) is working with VT-CAN (a low cost spay/neuter clinic in Vermont) to host a low cost spay/neuter clinic for Rutland County cats on Monday, June 3, in Pittsford. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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Walking through the Diamond Run Mall, I noticed a man wearing a black tee shirt with white lettering approaching me. Nearing each other,, heading in opposite directions, I could finally read the large lettering: “WHAT COULD POSSIBLY GO WRONG?” Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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A proposed Vermont Senate change to a House tax bill could make timber harvesting more expensive, with serious longterm impacts on Vermont forestland sustainability and the state’s $1.5 billion forestry products industry. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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It’s ironic that, just weeks after firing journalists behind a broadcast critical of leftwing billionaire George Soros, the head of the U.S. government’s international media networks is proclaiming his support for press freedom. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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Vermont legislators are determined to get a grip on rental resources as well those home remodelers working across the state. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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I think of her often. However, Mother’s Day definitely brings me back in time remembering the person who is responsible for my existence. Read more

Community Columnists

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On behalf of the entire staff here at The Sun, we join with all the daughters and sons wishing mom a beautiful day. Read more

Guest Columnists

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This week’s featured pet is Parker, a handsome cat who is both loving and loveable. Check out Parker’s classy, black-and-white tuxedo style. Read more

Community Columnists

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On Wednesday, April 24, John Rassmusen and I traveled to Keeseville to Danny Kaifetz’s Adirondack Flagpoles Co. Read more

Letters to the Editor

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George Maxim, 18, who was nearly totally blinded as a young boy when it is alleged some older boys rubbed sand in his eyes while playing at school, helps his uncle Ransom Maxim drawing pulp wood. Read more

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