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Post office inspectors, who for the past three years have been trying without apparent success to fasten upon H. Bernard Hawley, Lake George, the crime of stealing a registered mail pouch containing $22,500 in currency from a Hudson Valley... Read more

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One hundred years ago – August 1919 – Those with an adventurous spirit who desire the thrills of an airplane flight may enjoy a trip above the clouds in a Curtis plane at the Warren County Fair, piloted by an experienced aviator of the... Read more

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STONY CREEK | The remote Adirondack town of Stony Creek will be celebrating its rural traditions next weekend, as its Mountain Days festival is held Saturday, Aug. 3, and Sunday, Aug. 4. Read more

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Since June 20, 1919, nothing has been seen or heard from Maud Ryther, a Stony Creek girl who went to New York City early last spring to work as a domestic. Read more

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June 1, 1916 — John Noble Dalaba and Hester Rist were married by Rev. Frank Jackson. They later became the parents of nine children. They were Violet, Blossom, Pansey, (Rev.) Daisy Allen, Rose, Fern, Lynden, Oliver and Carnata Dalaba. Read more

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A Corinth boy, 23 years old, is under arrest, accused of misconduct with his sisters, 16 and 13 years old. Read more

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America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves. This quote is attributed to Abraham Lincoln. Read more

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When the ice went out of the Schroon River on Tuesday and Wednesday, March 26 and 27, 1919, it took with it six of 10 new piers and three old ones belonging to the Schroon River Pulp and Paper Company in Burnhamville... Read more

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STONY CREEK | An event celebrating the history of the Town of Stony Creek, scheduled for 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 1, is to feature a variety of activities for all ages, according to its sponsors. 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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This past winter might have possibly been a lot worse, but it is hard indeed to imagine just how much longer and harder it could possibly have been. Read more

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Ira Millington, of Bakers Mills, was severely injured in an accident there Friday morning, March 14, 1919. He was driving his team in front of the store of Morehouse & Lawrence and leading a horse behind his wagon. Read more

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America 22 trillion dollars in debt. Read more

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NORTH CREEK | Lack of internet connectivity has a huge impact on the lives of area residents, Laurie Arnheiter said this week as she announced an upcoming public broadband informational meeting scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 15... Read more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | Local residents are beginning to see the fruits of state-funded broadband expansion efforts. Read more

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In the beginning of this great experiment called the United States of America, it was not a partnership like a marriage or even business partners, but... Read more

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I read your opinion on “Love ‘em or hate ‘em” in the Dec. 29 issue. You’ve pointed out all the problems of the country and even the source of our problem, hatred. Where does this hatred come from? Read more

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NORTH CREEK | Prompted by complaints voiced Sept. 28 by Warren County supervisors, employees of an enterprise seeking to operate excursions on the county’s railroad tracks sent workers to the North Creek train station to clean up... Read more

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NORTH CREEK | The trash, construction debris and other refuse left behind around the North Creek Train Station by the former operator of the Saratoga-North Creek Railway is now gone. Read more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | Community stakeholders and local lawmakers continue to be hungry for details on the state’s universal broadband program. Read more

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