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Ticonderoga graduates help chamber for senior projects

Ticonderoga High School Senior Projects are a wonderful way for students to gain real life experience, knowledge, and provide a great service to the community.

SUNY Adirondack names assistant

Tressie LaFay of Saratoga Springs has been appointed assistant to the president at SUNY Adirondack.

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Experience mountain-town culture, art & music Saturday at 'Thurman Showcase'

Homegrown music, art and locally crafted food are featured in Saturday's Thurman showcase, an expo that reveals insights into mountain-town traditions and culture.

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Warrensburgh Farmers’ Market is spurring development of small local farms

With farmers' markets now proliferating in the southern Adirondacks, it's appropriate to review the market that lead the way and recognize the venue's founder Teresa Whalen and her tole in promoting fresh local, nutritious food for all.

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Town of Warrensburg updates its purchasing policy

The cheapest service doesn't always offer the best value, and the town of Warrensburg's new purchasing policy reflects this truism.

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Second farmers’ market to open in Warrensburg

Enthusiasts of fresh, local produce in the Warrensburg area will now have two local weekly markets to patronize.

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StreetFest returning to downtown Ticonderoga July 26

The Ticonderoga Montcalm Street Partnership is pleased to announce that they will host the sixth Annual StreetFest in Downtown Ticonderoga on Saturday, July 26, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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Six-story Lake George Marriott hotel project okayed by APA

A hotel and conference center development project predicted to change the ambiance of Lake George while boosting jobs and area commerce — as well as attracting upscale visitors — received a key permit approval from the Adirondack Park Agency.

Edible wild plants presentation to be held at Johnsburg Library

Yes, we live in (or visit) the beautiful Adirondacks, which is blessed with a great diversity and abundance of plants, often in lawns and fields. Did you ever wonder just what those plants are, and whether or not they are edible?

Electronics charge at waste collection

Effective July 1, all electronics that needs to be dispose of at the electronics waste collection site will be $.25 a pound.

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Haroff to oversee Clinton County auction

Clinton County Treasurer Kimberly Davis has announced that Clinton County will hold a Real Property Tax Foreclosure Auction of approximately 50 properties on Wednesday, July 23 at the West Side Ballroom, located at 253 New York Road in Plattsburgh, NY.

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Area leaders vow to solve rail freight hangups

Warren County's Economic Development czar Ed Bartholomew is frustrated about red tape involved with rail transportation, vital for moving area industries' products to national and international customers at a competitive price. His concerns have resulted in a task force being formed to address the issue, and area government leaders have now signed on.

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Fort Ticonderoga flexes economic muscle

At a special press conference July 1, President and CEO Beth Hill announced the historic site brings in almost $9 million annually in economic impact, factoring in visitor spending from tourists; spending by Fort Ticonderoga in its daily operations; the indirect and induced impacts created by labor income as it flows into the regional economy; and tax revenue generated by that spending.

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APA, residents, NYCO spar at public hearing over proposed mining expansion

Residents and environmental watchdogs had NYCO officials and Adirondack Park Agency reps up against the ropes during a public hearing July 2 designed to discuss NYCO’s plans to expand mining operations at their facility in Lewis.

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Northern Lake George Paddle to help local youth programs

Northern Lake George Paddle, located next to Eddie’s Restaurant between Ticonderoga and Hague, will host a Family Fun Day event from 9 to 11 a.m., opening to the public to offer free instruction and play with Patty Hogan, six-time national champion and member of the APTA Platform Tennis Hall of Fame.

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