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CHESTERTOWN | One day each winter, the creativity and humor of area residents is showcased as bizarre contraptions glide down Chestertown’s Dynamite Hill ski slope and spectators cheer. Read more

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LAKE GEORGE | People from all over northeastern New York and beyond are expected to enjoy an array of family-oriented activities this weekend at the third installment of the 2019 Lake George Winter Carnival. Read more

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GLENS FALLS | Cody York, a high-school senior on the Hadley-Luzerne/Lake George wrestling team, is finally a Section II champion. Read more

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STILLWATER | Employing a total-team effort, the storied Lake George boys basketball team defeated Granville, 73-52, to win the Adirondack League championship Feb. 9. Read more

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STILLWATER | The Lake George girls basketball team combined solid playmaking, efficient rebounding and tough zone defense to win the Adirondack League Championship by defeating Warrensburg, 68-51, Feb. 10. Read more

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GLENS FALLS | For the third year in a row, the Warrensburg-Bolton wrestling team won the Section II Division 2 team championship — the hard way. Read more

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CHESTERTOWN | Government watchdog Travis Whitehead, a professional engineer who for years has challenged decisions and expenditures of Warren County, has announced his candidacy for supervisor of Queensbury. Read more

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WARRENSBURG | The North Warren Boys Basketball team put forth a remarkable collaborative effort as they battled Fort Edward Feb. 1 without their offensive star, sophomore point guard Anthony Girard. Read more

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LAKE GEORGE | Gaining momentum as post-season play approaches, the Lake George Girls Basketball team extended their winning streak by beating two Adirondack League opponents. Read more

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WHITEHALL | The Hadley-Luzerne-Lake George wrestling team closed out their 2018-19 schedule with a convincing victory, completing the most successful season ever for their wrestling program. Read more

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WARRENSBURG | In front of a capacity crowd in their own gymnasium, Warrensburg-Bolton wrestlers battled competitors from 10 other teams to earn their team a regional Class D championship by a wide margin. Read more

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LAKE GEORGE | Competing against 10 teams representing 14 mid-size area schools, the Hadley-Luzerne/Lake George WarEagles won the team championship of the Section II Class C tournament held Feb. 2 at Corinth High School. Read more

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BRANT LAKE | Northern Warren County’s premier outdoor winter event returns next weekend with an array of family-oriented activities. Read more

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LAKE GEORGE | Whether it’s witnessing a canine talent show, singing at an open mic session, gathering around a bonfire on the beach, or gazing at fireworks, there’s an array of family-oriented activities planned for this weekend at the... Read more

The Sun

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WARRENSBURG | Exhibiting a grim expression, Warren County Undersheriff Sean Lamouree looked toward dozens of faculty and staff members gathered in the cafeteria at Warrensburg High School. Read more

The Sun

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WARRENSBURG | Enduring sub-zero temperatures, firefighters from Warrensburg and neighboring towns battled a fire Jan. 31 that caused substantial damage to Bob Griffin & Sons Automotive on Main Street in Warrensburg. Read more

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LAKE GEORGE | A number of organizations and promoters will be receiving occupancy tax funding for their 2019 events and initiatives after the joint Lake George Occupancy Tax Committee decided how to divvy up $157,600 in bed tax revenues. Read more

The Sun

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LAKE GEORGE | Mayor Robert Blais voiced a plea last week in person to state officials, telling them that the taxpayers of Lake George would be undertaking a crushing debt load if the state doesn’t direct at least $6 million more towards... Read more

The Sun

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WARREN COUNTY | Aerial surveillance of ice buildup on the Hudson River is now being conducted in Warren County to detect the formation of ice jams. Read more

The Sun

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LAKE GEORGE | Area basketball teams continued to accumulate key victories as the conclusion of the 2018-19 regular season approaches. Read more

Sports

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Photo by Brandon Himoff

CHESTERTOWN | One day each winter, the creativity and humor of area residents is showcased as bizarre contraptions glide down Chestertown’s Dynamite Hill ski slope and spectators cheer. Read more

The Sun

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Photo by Tim Weatherwax/One Shot Photography

LAKE GEORGE | People from all over northeastern New York and beyond are expected to enjoy an array of family-oriented activities this weekend at the third installment of the 2019 Lake George Winter Carnival. Read more

The Sun

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GLENS FALLS | Cody York, a high-school senior on the Hadley-Luzerne/Lake George wrestling team, is finally a Section II champion. Read more

Sports

2018WS_LG_BoyBskB.jpeg

Photo by Thom Randall

STILLWATER | Employing a total-team effort, the storied Lake George boys basketball team defeated Granville, 73-52, to win the Adirondack League championship Feb. 9. Read more

Sports

2018WS_LG_GBskB.jpg

Photo by Thom Randall

STILLWATER | The Lake George girls basketball team combined solid playmaking, efficient rebounding and tough zone defense to win the Adirondack League Championship by defeating Warrensburg, 68-51, Feb. 10. Read more

Sports

wcswrestlersinsection2tourney.jpg

Photo by Kim McKenna

GLENS FALLS | For the third year in a row, the Warrensburg-Bolton wrestling team won the Section II Division 2 team championship — the hard way. Read more

Sports

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Photo by Thom Randall

CHESTERTOWN | Government watchdog Travis Whitehead, a professional engineer who for years has challenged decisions and expenditures of Warren County, has announced his candidacy for supervisor of Queensbury. Read more

The Sun 1 Comments

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WARRENSBURG | The North Warren Boys Basketball team put forth a remarkable collaborative effort as they battled Fort Edward Feb. 1 without their offensive star, sophomore point guard Anthony Girard. Read more

Sports

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Photo by Thom Randall

LAKE GEORGE | Gaining momentum as post-season play approaches, the Lake George Girls Basketball team extended their winning streak by beating two Adirondack League opponents. Read more

Sports

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Photo by Lauren Wittenberg

WHITEHALL | The Hadley-Luzerne-Lake George wrestling team closed out their 2018-19 schedule with a convincing victory, completing the most successful season ever for their wrestling program. Read more

Sports

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Photo by Kim McKenna

WARRENSBURG | In front of a capacity crowd in their own gymnasium, Warrensburg-Bolton wrestlers battled competitors from 10 other teams to earn their team a regional Class D championship by a wide margin. Read more

Sports

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LAKE GEORGE | Competing against 10 teams representing 14 mid-size area schools, the Hadley-Luzerne/Lake George WarEagles won the team championship of the Section II Class C tournament held Feb. 2 at Corinth High School. Read more

Sports

OuthouseRaceBrantLake2018.jpg

Photo by Brandon Himoff

BRANT LAKE | Northern Warren County’s premier outdoor winter event returns next weekend with an array of family-oriented activities. Read more

The Sun 1 Comments

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Photo by Tim Weatherwax/One Shot Photography

LAKE GEORGE | Whether it’s witnessing a canine talent show, singing at an open mic session, gathering around a bonfire on the beach, or gazing at fireworks, there’s an array of family-oriented activities planned for this weekend at the... Read more

The Sun

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WARRENSBURG | Exhibiting a grim expression, Warren County Undersheriff Sean Lamouree looked toward dozens of faculty and staff members gathered in the cafeteria at Warrensburg High School. Read more

The Sun

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WARRENSBURG | Enduring sub-zero temperatures, firefighters from Warrensburg and neighboring towns battled a fire Jan. 31 that caused substantial damage to Bob Griffin & Sons Automotive on Main Street in Warrensburg. Read more

The Sun

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LAKE GEORGE | A number of organizations and promoters will be receiving occupancy tax funding for their 2019 events and initiatives after the joint Lake George Occupancy Tax Committee decided how to divvy up $157,600 in bed tax revenues. Read more

The Sun

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Photo by Thom Randall

LAKE GEORGE | Mayor Robert Blais voiced a plea last week in person to state officials, telling them that the taxpayers of Lake George would be undertaking a crushing debt load if the state doesn’t direct at least $6 million more towards... Read more

The Sun

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WARREN COUNTY | Aerial surveillance of ice buildup on the Hudson River is now being conducted in Warren County to detect the formation of ice jams. Read more

The Sun

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LAKE GEORGE | Area basketball teams continued to accumulate key victories as the conclusion of the 2018-19 regular season approaches. Read more

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  • Adirondack Gateway Council CEO Ed Bartholomew talks to members of the Warrensburg economic development committee this summer about approaches to building commerce and building a local sustainable economy.

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    Lake George Wastewater Treatment Plant supervisor Tim Shudt explains the steps of processing sewage during a 2012 tour of the facility. Monday, the village board enacted a moratorium on sewer hookups for commercial and multi-family developments while local officials pursue plans for a major renovation or replacement of the treatment plant.

  • During the 2013 edition of the World’s Largest Garage Sale, bargain-hunters walk up Main St. in Warrensburg. The sale offers virtually everything from dollar-store items, tools and household goods to valuable antiques and rare collectibles. This year’s great sale, officially to be held Saturday Oct. 3 through Sunday Oct. 4, is to offer train rides for visitors seeking to avoid the traffic and parking woes — as well as the ‘Family Fun Zone’ which features free entertainment and activities for those weary of shopping.

  • This three-bedroom ranch home assessed at $121,600, was among 65 or so properties sold at a previous tax-sale auction.

  • Bob Roberts of Queensbury talks to Warren County supervisors July 28 about his late daughter’s service to area communities — and to the nation — as a paramedic. Listening (rear) are Queensbury at-large Supervisor Mark Westcott and Roberts’ wife Cindy. The Roberts couple’s request to have a local pedestrian bridge named in memory of Kristie was endorsed by the supervisors that serve on the county Public Works Committee.

  • One of Warren County’s dozen-plus emergency response vehicles sits outside the county Municipal Center. With the vehicles left outside through the winter, emergency personnel might not be able to respond in a timely manner to a calamity occurring during a major snowstorm, the county Emergency Services Services Director Brian LaFlure warned this week. Also, the equipment, worth over $1 million, is degrading due to its exposure to the weather. LaFlure suggested that a garage be built to house the vehicles and equipment.

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