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Adirondack Foundation can help

Paying for college is one of the most consistent and persistent financial challenges faced by students and families across the Adirondack region.

Thanks for support

The Moriah Chamber of Commerce thanks all the sponsors, vendors, volunteers, and organizations that participated in the Port Henry Labor Day Celebration, as well as everyone in the community that came out to enjoy the festivities.

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Gore area organizations receive grants from Adirondcak Foundation community fund

The Community Fund for the Gore Mountain Region (CFGMR) awarded $12,530 in grants to 17 organizations at an Aug. 29 ceremony at Garnet Hill Lodge.

Ticonderoga defense, zone read down Moriah in round 1

On Sept. 19, it was Garrison Hughes' turn to run the zone read himself as the Ticonderoga Sentinels used it to spur a pair of big drives en route to a 31-0 win over rival Moriah.

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Structure fire in Elizabethtown leaves home with substantial damage

A mid-morning blaze has left a home at 7771 Route 9 with substantial interior damage, emergency service personnel said.

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North Hudson votes 80-52 to kill proposal to purchase former theme park

Voters torpedoed the town’s purchase of Frontier Town on Thursday in a vote of 80 to 52. Town officials, who voted unanimously to use funds from their general reserve fund to purchase the park earlier this year, hoped their acquisition of the former Wild West theme park would act as a catalyst for an economic resurgence.

Thank you Kiwanians!

The Elizabethtown-Lewis Library Association wishes to acknowledge a generous gift from the local Kiwanis Club and to thank the Kiwanians for the gift.

Thoughts on fire

I wanted to share a few thoughts that I have had regarding the recent “tragedy” at St. Mary’s School.

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Local food producer? NYS wants you

New York State Commissioner of Agriculture Richard A. Ball encouraged companies that make food, drink, and other agricultural products in New York on Monday, Sept. 15 to consider exhibiting their products at the Taste NY Harvest Fest at the New York State Fairgrounds on Saturday, Nov. 1.

Site of Wilderness Act signing turned over to Adirondack Park

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced the family of Howard Zahniser has granted New York State a conservation easement on the cabin where much of the Federal Wilderness Act of 1964 was drafted, allowing for the site to be protected as part of the Adirondack Forest Preserve.

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NY21: Candidates, incumbent spar over Sept. 11 comments, House vote to arm Syrian rebels

Wednesday's House vote to equip Syrian rebels has entered the discussion in the race for New York's 21st Congressional District

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GOP gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino: Bring back the Olympics!

Rob Astorino, the Republican running to unseat Gov. Andrew Cuomo this fall, has called for Lake Placid to be the epicenter of a transnational Winter Olympic Games

School Starting | Bakers Mills News

It seems like weeks since I have sent the news but know it hasn’t been that long.

Baby girl killed by train | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – September, 1914

Denise Winslow retiring | Stony Creek

Barb DeVoe passed away on Aug. 6 of this year.

Columbus Day weekend plans | Bolton Column

The Fall Festival is set for Saturday, and Sunday, Oct. 11 and 12 with 40 to 50 vendors at Rogers Memorial Park.

My favorite season | Athol-Thurman

The beautiful and brisk autumn weather has finally made its presence here in Thurman!.

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Keeseville man arrested for rape

State Police arrested 23-year-old Derrick J. Terry of Keeseville for the rape of a 30-year-old female victim.

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AARCH announces awards for local organizations

The Adirondack Architectural Heritage (AARCH) Awards Program annually recognizes exemplary historic preservation work throughout the Adirondack Park.

Antique shows set in Indian Lake, Blue Mountain Lake

Antique dealers all across the U.S. are carefully packing up items they’ve been saving just for this week and converging on the Adirondack wilderness for two signature antiques events, the Adirondack Mountains Antiques Show in Indian Lake, held through Sunday, Sept. 21, and the Adirondack Museum Antiques Show and Sale, held Saturday, Sept. 20, through Sunday, Sept. 21.

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