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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe | Elizabethtown Social Center

“The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” will be presented by the Depot Theatre’s Apprentice Program on Tuesday, August 4, at 6:30 p.m. on the Center lawn.

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ELCS grad wins big in national cooking competition

Dominic DeMuro, a local culinary whiz kid, whipped up a recipe for success at a recent national cooking contest.

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Once to be developed, The Pinnancle is now a public preserve

A treasured natural landmark in the region, recently slated for development, is now to be a wild preserve with hiking trails, thanks to donations contributed by many area citizens as well as several prominent community and business leaders.

Bird Flu Devastating U.S. Egg Industry

The U.S. egg industry is reeling from a colossal outbreak of avian flu, mostly among egg-laying chickens.

Call to lawmakers to support Museum Education Act

I am writing to urge the elected officials in the Northern New York area to support the Museum Education Act (MEA) introduced by Senator Betty Little (Senate Bill 5001) and Assemblymember Mathew Titone (Assembly Bill 8199).

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OSHA investigation: International Paper death 'could have been prevented'

A federal agency has cited the paper manufacturer with "two willful, one repeated and three serious" violations of workplace safety standards after a fatal accident took the life of a Schroon Lake man in January.

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County clerk petition challenge enters courtroom

The petition challenge against Luke Hudak, the Democratic challenger attempting to unseat Essex County Clerk Joseph Provoncha, has entered the courtroom.

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Warrensburg Jamboree to feature auction, carnival attractions

The long-running traditional community carnival to benefit the Warrensburg Volunteer Fire Company is set to return this weekend.

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Mitchell court date set; escape investigation continues

The woman accused of smuggling tools to the pair of inmates who escaped from Clinton Correctional last month will appear in court next week.

Thanks to Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School supporters

Thank you to all those who supported the Elizabethtown-Lewis Central School music program benefit held at the Wooden Nickel on Friday, July 17.

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Nardozzi to speak at annual Garden Tour

The eighth annual Friends of the Schroon Lake Library House and Garden Tour will take place Sunday, July 26, from noon to 4 p.m., rain or shine.

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City to make big changes in Plattsburgh

The City of Plattsburgh is seeking funding to further priority projects to enhance the overall experience of residents, visitors and tourists in the city.

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Concerned with pollution, area officials seek to cut salt use in road de-icing

An estimated 33 million pounds of salt per year are spread on roadways in the Lake George watershed — killing plant life and altering the lake's chemistry. After many decades of the practice being taken for granted, local officials are concerned about the impact on the environment — and they're ready to consider changing their approach to de-icing roads.

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Iconic Lake George drive-in gutted by fire

Undoubtedly, area residents and tourists are disappointed they now won't be able — for at least the rest of this summer — to go to a Lake George drive-in for curly fries, cheese curds and fried clams.

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Patricia Higgins-Bollman a candidate for Chester’s town clerk post

A Pottersville resident whose family has a long tenure in public service announces her candidacy for the Chester Town Clerk post.

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August 2015 | Schroon Lake Senior Citizens Club

The Events Committee met recently to plan events for August for the Schroon Lake Senior Citizens Club.

Fear sweeps Horicon | Turning Back the Pages

One Hundred Years Ago – July, 1915

Essex County office-seekers step forward

Essex County voters will hit the polls this fall to sound off on their local officials, everyone from council members to supervisors.

Champlain National Bank awards grads

Champlain National Bank gave $4,500 in scholarship money to nine graduating seniors throughout Essex and Clinton Counties at graduation ceremonies in June.

Police find body of missing NYC man in Lake Champlain

New York State Police found the body of missing NYC man Tristan J. Metroze in Lake Champlain Tuesday, July 21.

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