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ELIZABETHTOWN | More than 20 local libraries will participate in the North Country’s first-ever “Library Crawl” June 15. Organizers said this event is designed for local families to rediscover libraries in the area. Read more

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LAKE PLACID | Join renowned conservation biologist and photographer Larry Master to discover the birds and the butterflies of the John Brown Farm State Historic Site. Read more

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TICONDEROGA | In some ways, Inez Milholland was the Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of her day: An attractive, flamboyant, unabashed New Yorker — she would have been aces with a Twitter account. Read more

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RUTLAND | “Harry Potter Book Night” is coming to Phoenix Books at 2 Center St. in Rutland on Feb. 7. Read more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | Giving, thanks and kindness were words to talk about during Early Bridges reading class last week. Read more

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MOOERS | The grand re-opening and 101st anniversary celebration for the Mooers Free Library had some stiff competition. Read more

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MORIAH | Upon retirement, many people are able to sit back and marvel at how much their organization has grown. Read more

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KEENE VALLEY | A small child, eyes slowly drifting from one side of a color-splashed page to another, sat in a tiny sun-drenched nook at Keene Valley Library with a picture book poised against her folded knees. Read more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | A busy summer reading and activities camp at the Elizabethtown Library spent much of July looking back in time. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH | Local book lovers are ramping up for the first-ever Plattsburgh Big Read next month. Read more

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TICONDEROGA | With the start of the new Girl Scout year, southern Essex County Girl Scouts have hit the ground running with projects and events. Read more

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SCHROON LAKE | Schroon Lake Central School’s Big Read project will take on the classic Western novel “True Grit.” Read more

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SARANAC | In an age of blossoming e-book sales, technology ever-changing the way that readers consume media, one tradition — the book club — remains constant in Saranac. Read more

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SCHROON LAKE | Students at Schroon Lake Central School have become “Wild About Reading.” Read more

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RUTLAND | Banned Books Week has become somewhat of a pop culture happening in recent years. Read more

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MIDDLEBURY | While still of concern to teachers and school administrators in Vermont, new data indicates that the state may be turning the corner regarding student absenteeism. Read more

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CROWN POINT | Crown Point Central School received a grant from the International Paper Foundation to help support a new Family Literacy Program at the school, and they’re putting it to use. Read more

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CADYVILLE | The Town of Plattsburgh on Sunday turned the page on Clinton County’s first storybook trail. Read more

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PORT HENRY — Literacy Volunteers of Essex and Franklin Counties (LVEF) has been awarded $2,000 grant by the International Paper Foundation to underwrite printing costs for the organization’s brochures, annual report and newsletter. Read more

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ELIZABETHTOWN — The Elizabethtown Library launched summer Library Camp last week with a five-week focus on elements of nature. Read more

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